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Alan 1:58 Tue Feb 15
Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger, 28, says the club will decide whether he stays or goes when his present deal ends in the summer. The Germany international has already received offers to join Real Madrid and Paris St-Germain. (Athletic - subscription)

Newcastle will return to Sevilla in the summer with a fresh offer for their Brazil defender Diego Carlos, 28, who they missed out on in the January transfer window. (Marca - in Spanish)

Paris St-Germain are assembling a lucrative package to sign France midfielder Paul Pogba on a free transfer this summer. However, the 28-year-old has not ruled out staying at Manchester United, with Juventus, Barcelona and Real Madrid also monitoring his situation. (Mail)

Manchester United have added Christopher Nkunku, 24, to their list of summer targets after interim manager Ralf Rangnick urged the club to step up their interest in RB Leipzig's French midfielder. (ESPN)

Cristiano Ronaldo and several other Manchester United players do not believe Ralf Rangnick has the ability to manage the club and is out of his depth at Old Trafford. (AS - in Spanish)

Rangnick's personal intervention persuaded Edinson Cavani, 35, to change his mind about leaving Manchester United in January. However, the Uruguay forward will depart in the summer when his contract expires. (Fabrizio Romano)

Manchester City are among a posse of Premier League clubs keen on Barcelona and Spain Under-21 midfielder Nico Gonzalez, 20, who has established himself at the Nou Camp this season. (Marca - in Spanish)

Arsenal turned down the chance to sign Argentina forward Mauro Icardi, 28, from Paris St-Germain during the January transfer window. (Athletic - subscription)

Chelsea and Albania forward Armando Broja, 20, is not ruling out a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer with Arsenal interested in signing him due to his impressive performances at Southampton on loan. (Express)

Crystal Palace fear losing 29-year-old Ivory Coast international Wilfried Zaha for a bargain price as they look to tie down the forward, whose current contract runs out in the summer of 2023, on a new deal. (Mail)

Chelsea forward Callum Hudson-Odoi, 21, is weighing up a switch of international allegiance from England to Ghana, despite having won three caps for the Three Lions. (Mirror)

Serie B side Como and teams in the Greek Super League are interested in signing midfielder Jack Wilshere, 30, who has been training with former club Arsenal and last played for England in 2016. (Football London)

Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kessie, 25, has not decided which club he wants to join when his AC Milan contract runs out in the summer with Barcelona also now interested. (Fabrizio Romano)

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince says the club should sign Brighton and Mali midfielder Yves Bissouma, 25, to replace Brazil international Fred, 28, in their engine room. (Metro)

Evening Standard

West Ham plotting Jarrod Bowen contract talks in bid to fight off Liverpool interest in star winger

By Jack Rosser

West Ham are planning summer contract talks with Jarrod Bowen in a bid to tie him down to a new deal amid interest from Liverpool.

The 25-year-old winger has been in sensational form, with only Mohamed Salah managing more Premier League goals and assists this season.

Bowen has scored seven times in his last seven games in all competitions and is under consideration for an England call-up. His form has caught Liverpool’s attention and West Ham want to reward him plus secure his long-term future.

Bowen still has three-and-a-half years left on the contract he signed when he joined West Ham from Hull for £20million in January 2020.

Tomas Soucek is another West Ham player who could be in line for a new deal, with talks over a fresh four-year contract expected to be concluded in the summer, while Moyes would like to see Declan Rice sign an extension, having rejected two contract offers this season.

Moyes has pushed for West Ham to change their approach to new contracts for players, with Michail Antonio’s extension kept under wraps for a number of months before being announced in January.

It is thought that further contract discussions will be left until the summer, when West Ham will know if they are in European competition next season.

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ted fenton 3:28 Tue Feb 15
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bill green 2:27 Tue Feb 15

Mr Logic 3:12 Tue Feb 15
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Thanks Alan

Texas Iron 2:48 Tue Feb 15
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Lee Trundle 2:46 Tue Feb 15
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What goes on with Salah and his contract situation should be an interest to us all.

I think Liverpool sell him this summer.

bill green 2:27 Tue Feb 15
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Thanks Alan 2:22 Tue Feb 15

Thanks Alan 2:22 Tue Feb 15
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Thanks Alan

Irish Hammer 2:10 Tue Feb 15
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Top Man Alan, thanks very much

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