Kylian Mbappe: Real Madrid ready to spend £1bn to sign Paris Saint-Germain striker – Paper Talk | News from the transfer center

Kylian Mbappe: Real Madrid ready to spend £1bn to sign Paris Saint-Germain striker – Paper Talk | News from the transfer center

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All the top stories and transfer rumors from Thursday’s newspapers…


Real Madrid ready to spend almost €1bn

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Former France striker Louis Saha has been full of praise for Kylian Mbappe and believes there is no limit to his abilities

Argentina could put Lionel Messi on one of their banknotes as part of plans to celebrate their first World Cup final success.

Thomas Tuchel has left the UK and is improving his Spanish in preparation for his next role, according to reports from Germany.


Barcelona sporting director Jordi Cruyff now says midfielder Frenkie de Jong is one of the club’s “untouchables” ahead of the January transfer window.

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Image: Frenkie de Jong was a target for Manchester United last summer


Tottenham have been warned they could derail the UK’s Euro 2028 bid if they strike a stadium sponsorship deal with Google or another company that doesn’t allow them to take the name off during the tournament.

Paul Farbrace believes Ben Duckett should retain his place as England’s opener for the Ashes after a superb return to Test cricket in the one-sided series against Pakistan.


England weirdo Adil Rashid felt pressured by Azeem Rafiq to support allegations of racism he does not recall, according to a senior figure in Yorkshire in signed testimony provided to the ECB to support its case against Michael Vaughan to support.

Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter has criticized Gianni Infantino’s plans to reform the Club World Cup and expand the World Cup to 48 teams.

Eintracht Frankfurt bosses claim they have been offered the chance to sign Cristiano Ronaldo and joked “he’s probably been offered to every Champions League club” as the Portuguese striker continues to move onto his next club following his departure from Manchester United waits.

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The departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United is mentioned briefly in the matchday program ahead of the Carabao Cup game against Burnley, but not in manager Erik ten Hag’s notes

Arsenal and Tottenham are both showing interest in Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister but appear to prioritize positions other than midfield, which could allow Atletico Madrid to remain in pole position to make their move.

Leicester City would be happy to make a move for Angers and Moroccan midfielder Azzedine Ounahi if their transfer budget allows, but their potential £39m asking price and their interest in also signing Sassuolo’s Jeremie Boga could complicate that.

Alice Pignagnoli, a goalkeeper for Italian third division club Lucchese, claims to have been sacked after telling the club she was pregnant.


Gallagher Premiership clubs are at risk of being “headed for disaster” as their collective net debt has hit £300m over the past six years.


Mark Wood and Rehan Ahmed are both expected to sit out England’s Test series with New Zealand in February as management juggle their resources ahead of a busy Ashes and World Cup year – Ahmed could switch to the Indian Premier League instead.


Olympiacos B team refused to return to the pitch during their clash with Athens’ Kallithea in protest at a series of questionable decisions by the referee, with the game ultimately being abandoned. A later statement also criticized the Greek referee chief, former PL official Steve Bennett.

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