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Brendan Rodgers close to Leicester exit with admiring owners of Thomas Frank – Paper Talk | Transfer Center News

ByDebra J. Aguilar

Sep 17, 2022

All the headline stories and transfer rumors from the national Sunday papers…

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Brendan Rodgers is set to be sacked by Leicester City after their latest heavy defeat at Tottenham on Saturday.

Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea are set to open a battle to sign Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar in January, with his contract expiring in the summer of 2023.

Newcastle United are looking to hijack a transfer from Arsenal for Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhaylo Mudryk.

Graham Potter has been impressed with striker Armando Broja’s training performance since joining the club.

Romelu Lukaku is unlikely to be a Chelsea player next season, with the club considering extending his loan spell with Inter Milan for a further year.

EFL and National League clubs have been told they will be allowed to reschedule matches which oppose England or Wales fixtures during the World Cup.

Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool are all hoping to sign Cole Brannigan, a young talent from Linfield.

Netherlands Under-21 goalkeeper Jay Gorter has missed a call to his team after failing to promptly respond to messages on WhatsApp while visiting his sick mother in hospital.

Sunderland will hand Tony Mowbray more transfer funds in January if he is able to keep them in the hunt for Championship promotions.

Mick Schumacher’s future at the Haas F1 team is in question, with team principal Gunther Steiner worried about his lack of consistency.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

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Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers admits his team’s poor results are his fault and says he will respect any decisions the owners make for his future.

Leicester City management are in awe of Brentford manager Thomas Frank as they consider relieving Brendan Rodgers of his job.

EVENING STANDARD

PSV Eindhoven director of football Marcel Brands claims Cody Gakpo never wanted to leave the club this summer and no Premier League club have met their asking price.

Carney Chukwuemeka scored a few goals as Graham Potter gave his Chelsea side a run in a behind-closed-doors clash with former club Brighton.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Barcelona are planning another raid on Chelsea this summer as they seek to entice midfielder Jorginho to move to Camp Nou as a replacement for Sergio Busquets.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Jannik Vestergaard has no idea why Brendan Rodgers dropped him from his Leicester City first-team plans.

Mario Balotelli is already in hot water at his new club Sion, with the Swiss side issuing a statement after a viral video of him partying and reporting that he failed to show up in training.

SUNDAY HOURS

Wayne Rooney after his first DC Utd win against Orlando
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Wayne Rooney says there aren’t enough England managers ready to go overseas

Wayne Rooney says he was delighted to have the opportunity to manage abroad and few English managers are willing to take such a risk.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Summer signing Neal Maupay is confident Everton have everything they need to get their Premier League season back on track.

Liverpool are putting on the deadline day to sign Arthur Melo through a rigorous training program to catch him up with the rest of the team’s fitness levels.

Hansi Flick is worried about Marco Reus’ availability for the World Cup after suffering a potential ankle ligament injury in Borussia Dortmund’s clash with rivals Schalke on Saturday.

A Serbian referee who used the ‘VAR budget’ while watching a disputed decision on a mobile phone to overturn an offside call has reportedly been banned for life.

THE SUNDAY MAIL

Hibernian demanded answers from rivals Aberdeen after their manager Jim Goodwin denounced Ryan Porteous and called him a cheater.

Maccabi Tel Aviv teenager Oscar Gloukh is on Celtic’s radar as they seek to bolster their squad in January.

THE SUN OF SCOTLAND

Ange Postecoglou has revealed he is at Celtic for the long term as he is already planning the next four transfer windows.