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Rooney set to strike in final game

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Football Paper Talk: Latest football transer talk & rumours

The latest from the back pages
The latest from the back pages

Harry Maguire is close to agreeing a new £75,000-a-week contract with Leicester, according to the Daily Telegraph.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

  • Harry Maguire is close to agreeing a new £75,000-a-week contract with Leicester, following Manchester United's failed bid to sign the England defender.
  • Maurizio Sarri has relaxed his Chelsea predecessor Antonio Conte's rules on diet and nutrition as well as the stipulation that players had to stay together in a hotel the night before home games.

DAILY MIRROR

  • Unai Emery has been told Arsenal must cut their wage bill - and that could impact on his rebuilding plans.
  • Premier League clubs could vote to change the summer transfer deadline back to August 31 after just one window.
  • Diego Godin has revealed he turned down a deadline day move to Manchester United for "personal reasons".
  • N'Golo Kante insists his World Cup medal and Premier League titles mean nothing ahead of the new season with Chelsea.
  • Sergio Ramos has taken a swipe at Jurgen Klopp following the Liverpool boss' criticism over his challenge on Mohamed Salah in last season's Champions League final.

DAILY MAIL

  • Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw has taken his fitness regime to a new level after signing up with Kevin De Bruyne's nutritionist.
  • Burnley have complained to UEFA about the conduct of Thursday's Europa League visitors Istanbul Basaksehir.

THE SUN

  • Manchester United star Juan Mata could be set for an emotional return to his former side Valencia.
  • Serge Aurier reportedly saw a move from Tottenham to Atletico Madrid collapse this summer.
  • Arsenal striker Joel Campbell has finally found a permanent home at Serie A minnows Frosinone, according to reports.
  • Napoli are hoping to conclude a deal for Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet before the Italian transfer window closes on Friday.
  • Middlesbrough want Le Havre's £10m-rated centre-half Harold Moukoudi.
  • Sunderland starlet Elliot Embleton is hoping to beat Cristiano Ronaldo to the UEFA Goal of the Season gong.

DAILY STAR

  • Tottenham must tell UEFA where they intend to play their Champions League games by the end of the month.
  • Angelo Ogbonna claims West Ham will not push the panic button after their 4-0 humiliation by Liverpool.
  • Chelsea want to offload Danny Drinkwater abroad.

DAILY EXPRESS

  • Steven Gerrard expects fit-again Ryan Jack to drive Rangers towards the Europa League play-offs.
  • Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is ready to let Danny Drinkwater go out on loan in the next two weeks if a European side come in for him.

THE TIMES

  • FIFA has introduced new rules making it possible to ban critics of the organisation from working in football.

DAILY RECORD

  • Rangers have reopened transfer talks with Hearts over Kyle Lafferty and are confident the striker will be on his way to Ibrox in the next 48 hours.
  • The SFA is set to roll out a new look disciplinary system after recruiting former refs to study incidents missed by match officials.
  • Brendan Rodgers admits Celtic's failure to strengthen has proved costly after their Champions League hopes crumbled in Greece.

SCOTTISH SUN

  • Arthur Numan is backing Rangers to take a giant step towards the Europa League group stages by seeing off Maribor on Thursday night.
  • John McGinn has admitted he was in a comfort zone in Scottish football and moved to Aston Villa because he is ambitious.

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Most Read Football

Our best bets for England v USA1

Rooney set to strike in final game

It's all about Wayne Rooney in his final game for England, and there is value to back him to strike against the United States.

Get all the football gossip from the National Papers2

Paper Talk: Roma tracking Young

Roma are looking at Ashley Young while his Manchester United team-mate Chris Smalling is wanted by Everton - all in today's newspapers.

VAR is set to be used next season in the Premier League3

Premier League signs up for VAR

Premier League clubs have agreed in principle to introduce Video Assistant Referees from next season.

England v USA: International friendly taking place on November 154

England v USA match preview

With England hosting USA in Thursday's international friendly, our match preview features Gareth Southgate, Wayne Rooney and more...

Test your Wayne Rooney knowledge with our Sporting Life quiz5

Rooney quiz: Test yourself!

Wayne Rooney will have a hero's send off when he represents England for the final time in the Three Lions' friendly with USA on Thursday.

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Our best bets for England v USA

Rooney set to strike in final game

It's all about Wayne Rooney in his final game for England, and there is value to back him to strike against the United States.

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