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Alan 1:08 Tue Oct 11
Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Atletico Madrid are interested in signing Liverpool and Brazil 31-year-old forward Roberto Firmino. (Todo Fichajes - in Spanish)

Leicester City are keeping tabs on Manchester United and Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek, 25. (Ekrem Konur)

Brazil forward Gabriel Martinelli, 21, says he wants to sign a new long-term contract with Arsenal and is in talks about doubling his current wage of about £50,000 a week. (Times - subscription required)

Martinelli wants parity with the Gunners' top earners - around £200,000 a week - before he commits to a new deal. (Mail)

Liverpool have no intention of triggering the option-to-buy clause in Arthur Melo's season-long loan deal from Juventus. The Brazil midfielder, 26, needs surgery on an injury sustained in training. (CBS Sports)

Brentford are set to hand striker Ivan Toney, 26, a new contract to fight off interest from Manchester United, Leeds, Newcastle and West Ham. (Mirror)

Everton have opened preliminary talks with Nigeria midfielder Alex Iwobi, 26, over a new contract. (Football Insider)

France midfielder N'Golo Kante, 31, wants to stay at Chelsea despite being linked with Paris St-Germain. (Le10 Sport - in French)

Chelsea and Italy midfielder Jorginho, 30, could move to the Nou Camp on a free transfer next summer after his agent was seen in Barcelona. (Tuttomercato - in Italian)

Newcastle remain interested in Leicester and England playmaker James Maddison, 25, and Bayer Leverkusen's France forward Moussa Diaby, 23. (i News)

Middlesbrough are in advanced talks with Michael Carrick about becoming the club's manager. (Football Insider)

Chelsea have made fresh contact with ex-Liverpool sporting director Michael Edwards about filling that position at Stamford Bridge. (90min)

Tottenham are in talks with Google over naming rights for their stadium. (Athletic - subscription required)

Romeo Beckham, son of former England captain David, is set to make his debut in English football when Brentford's B team take on Crewe in a behind-closed-doors friendly on Saturday. (Mirror)

Former Huddersfield boss Carlos Corberan is an early frontrunner to become West Bromwich Albion manager after the club sacked Steve Bruce. (Mirror)

Next month's World Cup could face disruption as Qatar's main airport is not ready to cope with the mass influx of passengers travelling to attend the tournament. (Mail)

Chelsea's 18-year-old American goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina, who has been on loan at Chicago Fire, will train in London for two weeks while they decide whether he will link up with the squad permanently in January or return to MLS for a second loan spell. (Football.London)

PSV Eindhoven winger Cody Gakpo is no longer interested in a move to Leeds despite agreeing personal terms over the summer. Manchester United, Arsenal and Real Madrid have also shown an interest in the 23-year-old Netherlands international. (Mirror)

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Newcastle retain an interest in Leicester playmaker James Maddison and Bayer Leverkusen's Moussa Diaby among others.


Gabriel Martinelli says that he wants to commit to a new long-term contract at Arsenal.

Mako Vunipola will need maximum leniency from an RFU disciplinary hearing on Tuesday evening if he is to avoid missing a chunk of England's autumn international campaign.


Arsenal will have to give Gabriel Martinelli pay parity with the club's top earners as talks over a new deal get under way.

The Football Association has spoken to Arsenal defender Gabriel after the governing body opened a probe into his confrontation with Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson on Sunday.

Arsenal are reported to be monitoring Nicolo Zaniolo's contract talks at Roma, with a view to signing the attacking midfielder.

Kazuyoshi Miura has rewritten his own record as the oldest active professional footballer by playing aged 55 years and 225 days old.

There's more unsettlement at Barcelona after president Joan Laporta criticised players for not taking a salary cut, according to a report.


David de Gea admits he wants to remain at Manchester United "for more years" as a decision looms on his future.

Romeo Beckham is set to make his debut in English professional football. The 20-year-old is training with the Brentford B team, who will meet Crewe in a specially-arranged behind-closed-doors game on Saturday.

Thiago Silva has told Chelsea they are approaching crunch time in talks about a new contract.

Wolves chief Jeff Shi is in Julen Lopetegui's native Spain to try to persuade the coach to finally come to Molineux.

West Brom are looking at former Huddersfield boss Carlos Corberan as they formulate a list of possible replacements for Steve Bruce.

Former Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has held talks with Wasps about a potential takeover of the cash-strapped Gallagher Premiership rugby union team.

Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson is considering quitting the Yorkshire board after just five months due to the club's failure to act on a mental health crisis report.

England team-mates Ben Stokes and Alex Hales held serious talks with each other after arriving in Australia in a bid to mend old wounds.


Sarina Wiegman has denied she has signed a new contract with the Football Association to extend her time with the Lionesses beyond 2025.

Chelsea summer signing Gabriel Slonina will fly into London this week to begin a two-week training block with the club. The goalkeeper was loaned back to MLS franchise Chicago Fire after signing for the Blues in August and will join up with the US National Team after his spell in London.


Scottish footballer Zander Murray reckons Iker Casillas and Carles Puyol 'never intended to hurt anyone' after the former Spain goalkeeper's 'coming out' tweet.

Lionel Messi has been slammed by former Liverpool player Jerzy Dudek as being "provocative".

Lucy Bronze reckons talented English aces who get to play for a top club abroad "would be crazy" to turn the opportunity down. The Lionesses star, 30, says her Barcelona switch has given her a "new lease life".


Leading bidders to take over Wasps would reluctantly accept relegation in the event of administration as long as the stricken club is able to retain its lucrative "P share" which entitles them to payouts from central funding and voting rights on league matters.

England captain Courtney Lawes remains sidelined due to a concussion suffered three weeks ago and is unable to take part in full contact training, but he has resumed non-contact activities and running.

British Cycling is facing fierce backlash on social media after announcing a lucrative sponsorship deal with oil giants Shell on Monday.


Iker Casillas lost over three million followers on Twitter after he was "hacked" on Twitter - leading to a tweet reading: "I hope you respect me: I'm gay."

Erling Haaland has revealed his bizarre diet that has defenders terrified of facing him this season for Manchester City. Powering the formidable forward are meals consisting of hearts and livers as part of a 6,000 calories-a-day diet that also includes a special drinking system through filtered water.


Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly interested in the prospect of potentially making a move to David Beckham's Inter Miami in the MLS.


Arsenal have a deadline to activate the two-year option they have to extend Charlie Patino's contract, according to reports. The 18-year-old's current deal expires at the end of the season and Arsenal must decide whether to trigger the clause in the coming months.

Leeds United director of football Victor Orta has been informed that Cody Gakpo is no longer interested in joining the Whites in the January transfer window.

Arsenal have been tipped to rival Liverpool and Real Madrid for Jude Bellingham if they manage to hold on to a spot in the Champions League next season.


Gio van Bronckhorst has performed a Rangers striking U-turn as he now believes he can play Antonio Colak and Alfredo Morelos together.

Scottish FA chief Ian Maxwell has warned of a "horrendous" few months for Scottish football and asked for patience from players and supporters as the country gets ready to introduce VAR.

Glasgow Live

Partick Thistle starlet Aiden McGinlay 'watched' by West Ham as he impresses with double

David Moyes' side looked on as the youngster fired a brace against Livingston in the youth ranks. The Hammers are believed to have been impressed with the left-sided player.

By Alan Galindo

Partick Thistle starlet Aiden McGinlay has been 'watched' by West Ham United, according to a report.

David Moyes' English Premier League outfit looked on as the youngster fired a brace against Livingston in the youth ranks. The Hammers are believed to have been impressed with the left-sided player - who is a regular at Under-16 level - and plan to watch him again over the coming weeks say the Daily Record.

The Firhill side have produced a number of top talents in the last few years with Rangers snapping up Cameron Cooper from the Scottish Championship side in the summer. They also sold Aidan Fitzpatrick to Norwich City when they were in the English Premier League although he is now back at Jags for a new stint.

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West Ham need to fight to secure signing, already made offer – Competition getting impressive

West Ham will need to put up a fight if they want to secure the signing of Jakub Kiwior.

The Hammers already made an offer for the player in August, only to see that rejected by Spezia Calcio. Putting forward €12m for the defender, it was said the Premier League club had been rejected, with Spezia wanting to keep hold of the player for the current season.

They were open to a deal, but a club would have had to agree to loan Kiwior back to Spezia, and David Moyes’ side didn’t seem keen on that scenario. There was later talk of AC Milan agreeing a deal worth around €18m, including the loan, but that slipped away.

Calciomercato now report on the big competition for the signing, with West Ham again getting a mention. It’s insisted the interest from England remains, and the Rossoneri also remain in the picture.

In addition to the Hammers and AC Milan, Barcelona, AS Roma and Juventus are all said to be keen. Whilst interest from the Catalan side may be overstated, and isn’t really being covered in their local media, it seems clear West Ham will face a fight with multiple Serie A sides for the Polish defender.

Football London

Nikola Vlasic’s near miss, Arthur Masuaku stars, Manny Longelo’s role - West Ham loan latest

A look at seven of West Ham United's players that are currently out on loan who were in action for their loan clubs across England's lower leagues and Europe over the weekend

By Jonty Colman - West Ham United FC writer

West Ham United currently have ten players out on loan in teams in England’s lower leagues and across Europe.

Of those ten, seven of West Ham's out-on-loan players were in action over the weekend, while Daniel Chesters (Colchester United), Joseph Anang (Derby County), and Jacob Knightbridge (Harrow Borough) were all not involved for their current loan clubs.

While that trio were all left out, here is the latest on the seven that did feature for their clubs over the weekend.

Nikola Vlasic (Torino)

Croatian attacker Nikola Vlasic played for Torino for the duration of their 1-1 draw at home to Empoli on Sunday lunchtime, taking up the attacking midfield role in Torino’s 3-4-1-2 formation. While Vlasic did not score, he did have one shot that was denied by the woodwork.

Arthur Masuaku (Besiktas)

Left-back Arthur Masuaku played a big role for Turkish side Besiktas during their 1-0 win away at Giresunspor on Saturday evening, helping to keep a clean sheet, making two key passes, two tackles, and two interceptions in the victory. As per WhoScored.com’s match ratings, only goalscorer Tayyip Sanuc and midfielder Josef from the Besiktas side had better performances than Masuaku.

Nathan Trott (Vejle)

Vejle kept their place at the top of the Danish second division with a 1-0 win over Helsingor. Goalkeeper Nathan Trott played for the duration of the tie, keeping a clean sheet in his third league appearance for Vejle. He now has two clean sheets in three league games, conceding just once in that time.

Manny Longelo (Birmingham City)

Featuring as a left wing-back in Birmingham City’s 3-0 win over Bristol City on Saturday was Manny Longelo. Making three clearances and winning three aerial duels, Longelo was among Birmingham City’s best-rated players, beaten only by their goalscoring defenders Aaron Trusty and Dion Sanderson and striker Tahith Chong, who got two assists. At Birmingham, Longelo has helped his side pick up four points from nine in his three appearances so far.

Mipo Odubeko (Port Vale)

Mipo Odubeko featured as a late substitute for Port Vale in a midlands derby away at Derby County. Port Vale were 2-1 winners at Pride Park, with Odubeko playing the final three minutes of the win against a Rams side who ended the game with ten men.

Armstrong Okoflex (Swansea City)

Swansea City are currently in great form in the Championship, winning each of their last four league games, which has helped them rise to sixth in the league table. However, it has limited the game time of Armstrong Okoflex, who played for just three minutes off the bench during their 2-1 win over Sunderland on Saturday. He is yet to make his full debut for the Swans.

Thierry Nevers (Newport County)

Forward Thierry Nevers played for the duration of the second half of Newport County’s 1-0 home defeat to League Two strugglers Rochdale. While on, Nevers won three tackles, completed one dribble, and made one key pass.

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