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TOP STORY: Fed to the Wolves? The men of the Black Country want Felix
Wolves are planning a shot for the Benfica miracle Joao Felix, says the mirror. Felix has emerged as one of the hottest prospects of European football since he made his Benfica arc in August.
Since then, he has beaten in goal and head for the Portuguese giants – all before making 20. The wolves will not be short of competition for his signature, with some of the continent's biggest names jostling for a place in the queue.
Manchester United, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are all believed to be interested in signing a player who is unlikely to go cheap, especially as his contract with Benfica will not end before 2023.
But the mirror is convinced that the well-publicized link between the wolves and the agent Jorge Mendes could give the Premier League advantage in the fight for his signature.
14.02 GMT: Leicester's manager, Claude Puel, told Sky Sports he was not surprised by reports that the Spurs remain interested in the midfielder James Maddison, who joined from Norwich last summer, saying that Leicester can see them "with a good feeling" because he shows the progress he is making in the Premier League.
13.45 GMT: Some news on contracts from Old Trafford:
✍️ Ashley Young signed a one-year extension of his contract with #MUFC.
– Manchester United (@ManUtd) 11 February 2019
13.30 GMT: Bayern Munich keep an eye on the future and consider a move for midfielder Red Bull Salzburg Dominik Szoboszlaiaccording to reports in Germany.
13.15 GMT: Following his appointment as director of the league Two Old Athletic, former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes will be "100% supported", says club owner Abdallah Lemsagam. A summer engaged in the transfer market calls?
12.45 GMT: And standing with the Newcastle players, the mirror reports that Chelsea's striker on loan Kenedy "He had individual meetings with Rafa Benitez to get his career back on track," but Benitez pointed out that his loan will not be over before.
12.15 GMT: The signing of the Newcastle record Miguel Almiron faces "a big step" after moving to the Premier League from the MLS club in Atlanta, the Mexican national team of Wolves Raul Jiminez he said. Jiminez told Sky Sports: "It's a very big step, it's very, very different, I was not in MLS but it's more or less like Mexico and I think it's a big step for him, he's a good player. to take him to the Premier League ".
10.49 GMT: Barcelona still believes that the signing of the records Philippe Coutinho has a long-term future in the club, while pressure continues to rise on the Brazilian out of shape, sources told ESPN FC.
Coutinho was sent off in each of Barca's last three games and his position in the starting lineup is now in danger following the return of Ousmane Dembele.
Dembele replaced Coutinho for the last 15 minutes of Sunday's goalless draw at Athletic Bilbao. Prior to the injury of the Frenchman, the former Liverpool director had started four consecutive league games on the bench.
The sources admit that there are doubts as to where exactly Coutinho is part of the team of Ernesto Valverde, but has asked to demonstrate the patience with the signature of 160 million euros.
10.23 GMT: Stop if you've heard this but Calciomercato says that Juventus is in the front row for Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt, despite the fact that Barcelona, Manchester City and Liverpool are chasing the 19-year-old's signature.
09.25 GMT: ICYMI – Minnesota United announced on Sunday that it signed the former Arsenal goalkeeper Vito Mannone on a season-long loan from the Reading club championship.
08.53 GMT: evidently Marouane Fellaini he had a choice and opted for China in Paris.
Marouane Fellaini confirms that he could sign for PSG last summer. https://t.co/GvkKZymkjV
– Jonathan Johnson (@Jon_LeGossip) 10 February 2019
08.30 GMT: The Superdeporte reports that the Levant is close to selling the Ghana striker Emanuel Boateng to the Chinese Dalian Yifang dress.
The 22-year-old Ghanaian international went to Madrid on Sunday evening and on Monday will undergo a medical examination in the Spanish capital with the intention of joining Dalian Yifang in a transfer of 11 million euros. According to Superdeporte, if the agreement were to be completed, it will be the second largest transfer in the history of the Levant following the sale of Jefferson Lerma in Bournemouth for € 30 million in the summer of 2018.
PAPER TALK (by Richard Edwards)
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The Sun signals it Ole Gunnar Solskjaer full-time work as a manager of Old Trafford will be delivered. Solskjaer has transformed United from a dysfunctional team to the form side in Europe since he took the place behind the wheel by Jose Mourinho.
United is firmly convinced that the search for a new permanent leader is still ongoing, but Solskjaer's incredible breakthrough means that any move to nominate someone else to the role could end up being deeply unpopular with fans.
The manager met the co-owner Avram Glazer after Saturday's 3-0 win at Fulham, the club's tenth win in 11 games under Solskjaer.
Any move to name it will be welcomed by Spurs fans, with the London boss Mauricio Pochettino being widely considered to be United's main goal.
Milan eye discount Bakayoko
Chelsea Tiemoue Bakayoko he had a torrid moment in London, so it should come as no surprise that the former Monaco midfielder is desperate to make his temporary transition to Milan.
Getting a deal on the line could be difficult, though. Calciomercato reports that the Italian giants are looking at a commission discount of 35 million euros that they have already agreed with the Blues and plan to start playing hardball in April.
The player is planning a future away from Stamford Bridge and has instructed his management team to do everything possible to make the transfer a reality.
– La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Inter is ready to make a move for the Barca star Ivan Rakitic – and that the international of Croatia would prefer to move to Italy compared to the Premier League. He has been connected to a number of English clubs, including Everton, in recent days.
– Edin Dzeko could be on the way to West Ham for £ 15m according to Calciomercato, which reports that the former Manchester City star could join the Rome.
– He could Kasper Schmeichel Are you looking for a move to Leicester? The Sun certainly thinks, citing his father, Denmark and the Manchester United legend, Peter, who said that the Foxes did not have a manager who could get the best out of the club's players. Denmark's number 1 has been linked to moves with Chelsea and Rome in the recent past.