Manchester United takeover: Qatar and Saudi Arabia among interested parties – Paper Talk | Transfer Center News

All the best stories and transfer rumors from Monday’s papers…

THE TIMES

Gareth Southgate changed his mind about continuing as England manager for Euro 2024 after being overwhelmed by the support of his staff, players and the Football Association.

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Gareth Southgate will be in charge of England until Euro 2024

Manchester United will consider a move for Ajax midfielder Mohammed Kudus in January, although they remain interested in adding Jude Bellingham to an already crowded engine room list next summer.

THE ATHLETE

Manchester United co-owner Avram Glazer has held talks with potential buyers for the club during a trip to the World Cup, with interest from host nation Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

DAILY MAIL

Mikel Arteta says Arsenal’s January transfer plans will not be altered by Reiss Nelson’s apparent hamstring injury sustained against Juventus on Saturday.

Newcastle United are considering possible loan destinations for highly-rated midfielder Jay Turner-Cook in January.

Mikel Arteta oversees Arsenal training
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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is reportedly sticking to his transfer plans

Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay has come under fire from animal rights charities after he was pictured tug-of-war with a tiger cub visiting a private exotic farm while on holiday in Dubai.

Chelsea have made an offer to buy £50m of land next to Stamford Bridge as club owner Todd Boehly continues his work to upgrade the club’s home stadium.

England remain unsure whether Jonny Bairstow will be available for the two-Test series against New Zealand in February as he continues to recover from a broken leg.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

West Ham are keen on a loan deal with Manchester United for out-of-favour full-back Aaron Wan Bissaka, who has played just four minutes under Erik ten Hag this season.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Bath are set to sign Scotland star Finn Russell on a £1m-a-year deal, which will make him one of the highest-paid players in Premier League history, and also end a deal with South Africa prop Thomas du Toit.

DAILY RECORD

Celtic’s interest in Tunisia midfielder Aissa Laidouni could bear fruit in January after Ferencvaros president Gabor Kubatov admitted the Hungarian club could be ready to cash in on him following a string of fine displays at the World Cup.

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