Manchester United want Kante as Ten Hag draws up shortlist – Paper Round

Kante targeted by Ten Hag

Manchester United’s new manager Erik Ten Hag is looking to next season and drawing up his plans – much of which we will discuss later – but The Mirror has one surprise suggestion. The Dutchman is keen to bring in N’Golo Kante from Chelsea. The 31-year-old French international has a year left on his current deal and Thomas Tuchel may let him go to rebuild the side.

Transfers

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Paper Round’s view: Kante is clearly a class act and a popular player everywhere he goes – United need to change the mood at Carrington if recent reports are to be believed. It is a gamble to bring in a player the wrong side of 30 though and the key would be to give him a relatively short contract – but it is not clear if a player of Kante’s standing would need to stoop.

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Ten Hag to keep Ramsay

Manchester United’s incoming new manager Erik ten Hag is finalising his plans for next season and has met with John Murtough, the club’s Football Director to discuss them. The Telegraph reports that he has made the decision on his coaching line up, and the Dutchman is keen to retain the side’s set-piece specialist, Eric Ramsay.

Paper Round’s view: United aren’t especially impressive at set pieces, but most clubs tend to struggle unless they put hours in on the training ground. Given the vast scope of the problems at the club that Ten Hag has to address, perhaps it is simply easy to retain a coach with limited responsibilities and focus first of all on the defence, passing, attacking and morale.

Read the full story

Seven options for Ten Hag

The Mail reports that Erik ten Hag and prospective assistant manager Steve McClaren attended a meeting in the Netherlands to discuss next season at Old Trafford. Seven potential transfers are listed. One is Chelsea midfielder Declan Rice, and another is Barcelona’s Frenkie De Jong. In attack, Darwin Nunez and Victor Osimhen are possibilities, and there are three names for a defence that has struggled to keep clean sheets: Jurrien Timber, Paul Tores and Tyrell Malacia.

Paper Round’s view: United will lose Edinson Cavani, Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic, Juan Mata, Lee Grant, Jesse Lingard and very possibly more players this summer, including Phil Jones, Eric Bailly and Mason Greenwood. While that presents a huge challenge for Ten Hag to kick-off with an extensive rebuild, it is probably what the club need to sort their future out.

Read the full story

PSG consider three options

Paris Saint-Germain have lined up three managers to potentially replace Mauricio Pochettino in the capital. Pochettino struggled to get his team to compete in the Champions League and the club want a rebuild. Spanish newspaper Marca reports that Thiago Motta at Spezia is one option, former Germany coach Joachim Low is another, as is River Plate manager Michel Gallardo.

Paper Round’s view: It’s always a risk appointing a manager from another continent and it doesn’t seem that PSG can afford more gambles – Gallardo would be that. However Low is far from perfect given he is not used to the day-to-day pressure of club management, and Motta might not have the experience. However, he used to play for PSG so at least could slot in swiftly.

Read the full story

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Manchester United want Kante as Ten Hag draws up shortlist – Paper Round

Kante targeted by Ten Hag

Manchester United’s new manager Erik Ten Hag is looking to next season and drawing up his plans – much of which we will discuss later – but The Mirror has one surprise suggestion. The Dutchman is keen to bring in N’Golo Kante from Chelsea. The 31-year-old French international has a year left on his current deal and Thomas Tuchel may let him go to rebuild the side.

Transfers

Man City give United boost in chase for De Jong – Paper Round

YESTERDAY AT 22:04

Paper Round’s view: Kante is clearly a class act and a popular player everywhere he goes – United need to change the mood at Carrington if recent reports are to be believed. It is a gamble to bring in a player the wrong side of 30 though and the key would be to give him a relatively short contract – but it is not clear if a player of Kante’s standing would need to stoop.

Read the full story

Ten Hag to keep Ramsay

Manchester United’s incoming new manager Erik ten Hag is finalising his plans for next season and has met with John Murtough, the club’s Football Director to discuss them. The Telegraph reports that he has made the decision on his coaching line up, and the Dutchman is keen to retain the side’s set-piece specialist, Eric Ramsay.

Paper Round’s view: United aren’t especially impressive at set pieces, but most clubs tend to struggle unless they put hours in on the training ground. Given the vast scope of the problems at the club that Ten Hag has to address, perhaps it is simply easy to retain a coach with limited responsibilities and focus first of all on the defence, passing, attacking and morale.

Read the full story

Seven options for Ten Hag

The Mail reports that Erik ten Hag and prospective assistant manager Steve McClaren attended a meeting in the Netherlands to discuss next season at Old Trafford. Seven potential transfers are listed. One is Chelsea midfielder Declan Rice, and another is Barcelona’s Frenkie De Jong. In attack, Darwin Nunez and Victor Osimhen are possibilities, and there are three names for a defence that has struggled to keep clean sheets: Jurrien Timber, Paul Tores and Tyrell Malacia.

Paper Round’s view: United will lose Edinson Cavani, Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic, Juan Mata, Lee Grant, Jesse Lingard and very possibly more players this summer, including Phil Jones, Eric Bailly and Mason Greenwood. While that presents a huge challenge for Ten Hag to kick-off with an extensive rebuild, it is probably what the club need to sort their future out.

Read the full story

PSG consider three options

Paris Saint-Germain have lined up three managers to potentially replace Mauricio Pochettino in the capital. Pochettino struggled to get his team to compete in the Champions League and the club want a rebuild. Spanish newspaper Marca reports that Thiago Motta at Spezia is one option, former Germany coach Joachim Low is another, as is River Plate manager Michel Gallardo.

Paper Round’s view: It’s always a risk appointing a manager from another continent and it doesn’t seem that PSG can afford more gambles – Gallardo would be that. However Low is far from perfect given he is not used to the day-to-day pressure of club management, and Motta might not have the experience. However, he used to play for PSG so at least could slot in swiftly.

Read the full story

Transfers

United chase De Jong, Nunez and Richarlison ahead of Ten Hag arrival – Paper Round

13/05/2022 AT 05:48

Transfers

Arsenal ready for Tielemans bargain transfer this summer – Paper Round

11/05/2022 AT 05:37

Manchester United want Kante as Ten Hag draws up shortlist – Paper Round

Kante targeted by Ten Hag

Manchester United’s new manager Erik Ten Hag is looking to next season and drawing up his plans – much of which we will discuss later – but The Mirror has one surprise suggestion. The Dutchman is keen to bring in N’Golo Kante from Chelsea. The 31-year-old French international has a year left on his current deal and Thomas Tuchel may let him go to rebuild the side.

Transfers

Man City give United boost in chase for De Jong – Paper Round

YESTERDAY AT 22:04

Paper Round’s view: Kante is clearly a class act and a popular player everywhere he goes – United need to change the mood at Carrington if recent reports are to be believed. It is a gamble to bring in a player the wrong side of 30 though and the key would be to give him a relatively short contract – but it is not clear if a player of Kante’s standing would need to stoop.

Read the full story

Ten Hag to keep Ramsay

Manchester United’s incoming new manager Erik ten Hag is finalising his plans for next season and has met with John Murtough, the club’s Football Director to discuss them. The Telegraph reports that he has made the decision on his coaching line up, and the Dutchman is keen to retain the side’s set-piece specialist, Eric Ramsay.

Paper Round’s view: United aren’t especially impressive at set pieces, but most clubs tend to struggle unless they put hours in on the training ground. Given the vast scope of the problems at the club that Ten Hag has to address, perhaps it is simply easy to retain a coach with limited responsibilities and focus first of all on the defence, passing, attacking and morale.

Read the full story

Seven options for Ten Hag

The Mail reports that Erik ten Hag and prospective assistant manager Steve McClaren attended a meeting in the Netherlands to discuss next season at Old Trafford. Seven potential transfers are listed. One is Chelsea midfielder Declan Rice, and another is Barcelona’s Frenkie De Jong. In attack, Darwin Nunez and Victor Osimhen are possibilities, and there are three names for a defence that has struggled to keep clean sheets: Jurrien Timber, Paul Tores and Tyrell Malacia.

Paper Round’s view: United will lose Edinson Cavani, Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic, Juan Mata, Lee Grant, Jesse Lingard and very possibly more players this summer, including Phil Jones, Eric Bailly and Mason Greenwood. While that presents a huge challenge for Ten Hag to kick-off with an extensive rebuild, it is probably what the club need to sort their future out.

Read the full story

PSG consider three options

Paris Saint-Germain have lined up three managers to potentially replace Mauricio Pochettino in the capital. Pochettino struggled to get his team to compete in the Champions League and the club want a rebuild. Spanish newspaper Marca reports that Thiago Motta at Spezia is one option, former Germany coach Joachim Low is another, as is River Plate manager Michel Gallardo.

Paper Round’s view: It’s always a risk appointing a manager from another continent and it doesn’t seem that PSG can afford more gambles – Gallardo would be that. However Low is far from perfect given he is not used to the day-to-day pressure of club management, and Motta might not have the experience. However, he used to play for PSG so at least could slot in swiftly.

Read the full story

Transfers

United chase De Jong, Nunez and Richarlison ahead of Ten Hag arrival – Paper Round

13/05/2022 AT 05:48

Transfers

Arsenal ready for Tielemans bargain transfer this summer – Paper Round

11/05/2022 AT 05:37

Lewandowski confirms intention to leave Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandowski has paved the way for a move away from Bayern Munich by saying the draw with Wolfsburg on Saturday was likely his final game for the club.

Bayern director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic said on Saturday morning that the Poland international, who is heading towards the final year of his contract, had asked to leave the club.

Barcelona are reported to be keen on signing the forward, although Salihamidzic said no offer had been tabled by the Catalan club.

Bundesliga

Lewandowski hits 50-goal mark as Bayern sign off season with draw at Wolfsburg

12 HOURS AGO

Following the 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg to conclude the Bundesliga season, Lewandowski went to applaud the travelling Bayern fans – and it was widely interpreted as him saying goodbye.

Following the game, Lewandowski said his contract would not be renewed and that his desire was to move on.

“Today was probably my last game with Bayern,” Lewandowski told Viaplay, as reported by Eurosport Germany. “I can’t say for sure, but it’s very likely.

“I will not renew my contract.”

Commenting on the prospect of moving to Barcelona, Lewandowski added: “I have not received any proposal.

“We want to find the best solution for both parties – for me and for the club.”

Lewandowski joined Bayern from Borussia ‘Dortmund in 2014 and took his career to new heights.

He ended the 2021/22 campaign as the Bundesliga’s top scorer for the fifth campaign in a row, but it seems he has his sights trained on a fresh challenge at the age of 33.

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Lewandowski confirms intention to leave Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandowski has paved the way for a move away from Bayern Munich by saying the draw with Wolfsburg on Saturday was likely his final game for the club.

Bayern director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic said on Saturday morning that the Poland international, who is heading towards the final year of his contract, had asked to leave the club.

Barcelona are reported to be keen on signing the forward, although Salihamidzic said no offer had been tabled by the Catalan club.

Bundesliga

Lewandowski hits 50-goal mark as Bayern sign off season with draw at Wolfsburg

12 HOURS AGO

Following the 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg to conclude the Bundesliga season, Lewandowski went to applaud the travelling Bayern fans – and it was widely interpreted as him saying goodbye.

Following the game, Lewandowski said his contract would not be renewed and that his desire was to move on.

“Today was probably my last game with Bayern,” Lewandowski told Viaplay, as reported by Eurosport Germany. “I can’t say for sure, but it’s very likely.

“I will not renew my contract.”

Commenting on the prospect of moving to Barcelona, Lewandowski added: “I have not received any proposal.

“We want to find the best solution for both parties – for me and for the club.”

Lewandowski joined Bayern from Borussia ‘Dortmund in 2014 and took his career to new heights.

He ended the 2021/22 campaign as the Bundesliga’s top scorer for the fifth campaign in a row, but it seems he has his sights trained on a fresh challenge at the age of 33.

Liga

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YESTERDAY AT 09:28

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Araujo taken to hospital and conscious after sickening clash of heads

10/05/2022 AT 21:59

Lewandowski confirms intention to leave Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandowski has paved the way for a move away from Bayern Munich by saying the draw with Wolfsburg on Saturday was likely his final game for the club.

Bayern director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic said on Saturday morning that the Poland international, who is heading towards the final year of his contract, had asked to leave the club.

Barcelona are reported to be keen on signing the forward, although Salihamidzic said no offer had been tabled by the Catalan club.

Bundesliga

Lewandowski hits 50-goal mark as Bayern sign off season with draw at Wolfsburg

A DAY AGO

Following the 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg to conclude the Bundesliga season, Lewandowski went to applaud the travelling Bayern fans – and it was widely interpreted as him saying goodbye.

Following the game, Lewandowski said his contract would not be renewed and that his desire was to move on.

“Today was probably my last game with Bayern,” Lewandowski told Viaplay, as reported by Eurosport Germany. “I can’t say for sure, but it’s very likely.

“I will not renew my contract.”

Commenting on the prospect of moving to Barcelona, Lewandowski added: “I have not received any proposal.

“We want to find the best solution for both parties – for me and for the club.”

Lewandowski joined Bayern from Borussia ‘Dortmund in 2014 and took his career to new heights.

He ended the 2021/22 campaign as the Bundesliga’s top scorer for the fifth campaign in a row, but it seems he has his sights trained on a fresh challenge at the age of 33.

Liga

‘It got too much’ – Toxic Mourinho relationship played part in Guardiola’s Barca exit, says Pique

13/05/2022 AT 09:28

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Araujo taken to hospital and conscious after sickening clash of heads

10/05/2022 AT 21:59

Lewandowski confirms intention to leave Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandowski has paved the way for a move away from Bayern Munich by saying the draw with Wolfsburg on Saturday was likely his final game for the club.

Bayern director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic said on Saturday morning that the Poland international, who is heading towards the final year of his contract, had asked to leave the club.

Barcelona are reported to be keen on signing the forward, although Salihamidzic said no offer had been tabled by the Catalan club.

Bundesliga

Lewandowski hits 50-goal mark as Bayern sign off season with draw at Wolfsburg

A DAY AGO

Following the 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg to conclude the Bundesliga season, Lewandowski went to applaud the travelling Bayern fans – and it was widely interpreted as him saying goodbye.

Following the game, Lewandowski said his contract would not be renewed and that his desire was to move on.

“Today was probably my last game with Bayern,” Lewandowski told Viaplay, as reported by Eurosport Germany. “I can’t say for sure, but it’s very likely.

“I will not renew my contract.”

Commenting on the prospect of moving to Barcelona, Lewandowski added: “I have not received any proposal.

“We want to find the best solution for both parties – for me and for the club.”

Lewandowski joined Bayern from Borussia ‘Dortmund in 2014 and took his career to new heights.

He ended the 2021/22 campaign as the Bundesliga’s top scorer for the fifth campaign in a row, but it seems he has his sights trained on a fresh challenge at the age of 33.

Liga

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13/05/2022 AT 09:28

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Araujo taken to hospital and conscious after sickening clash of heads

10/05/2022 AT 21:59

Lewandowski confirms intention to leave Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandowski has paved the way for a move away from Bayern Munich by saying the draw with Wolfsburg on Saturday was likely his final game for the club.

Bayern director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic said on Saturday morning that the Poland international, who is heading towards the final year of his contract, had asked to leave the club.

Barcelona are reported to be keen on signing the forward, although Salihamidzic said no offer had been tabled by the Catalan club.

Bundesliga

Lewandowski hits 50-goal mark as Bayern sign off season with draw at Wolfsburg

YESTERDAY AT 12:33

Following the 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg to conclude the Bundesliga season, Lewandowski went to applaud the travelling Bayern fans – and it was widely interpreted as him saying goodbye.

Following the game, Lewandowski said his contract would not be renewed and that his desire was to move on.

“Today was probably my last game with Bayern,” Lewandowski told Viaplay, as reported by Eurosport Germany. “I can’t say for sure, but it’s very likely.

“I will not renew my contract.”

Commenting on the prospect of moving to Barcelona, Lewandowski added: “I have not received any proposal.

“We want to find the best solution for both parties – for me and for the club.”

Lewandowski joined Bayern from Borussia ‘Dortmund in 2014 and took his career to new heights.

He ended the 2021/22 campaign as the Bundesliga’s top scorer for the fifth campaign in a row, but it seems he has his sights trained on a fresh challenge at the age of 33.

Liga

‘It got too much’ – Toxic Mourinho relationship played part in Guardiola’s Barca exit, says Pique

13/05/2022 AT 09:28

Liga

Araujo taken to hospital and conscious after sickening clash of heads

10/05/2022 AT 21:59

Lewandowski confirms intention to leave Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandowski has paved the way for a move away from Bayern Munich by saying the draw with Wolfsburg on Saturday was likely his final game for the club.

Bayern director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic said on Saturday morning that the Poland international, who is heading towards the final year of his contract, had asked to leave the club.

Barcelona are reported to be keen on signing the forward, although Salihamidzic said no offer had been tabled by the Catalan club.

Bundesliga

Lewandowski hits 50-goal mark as Bayern sign off season with draw at Wolfsburg

8 HOURS AGO

Following the 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg to conclude the Bundesliga season, Lewandowski went to applaud the travelling Bayern fans – and it was widely interpreted as him saying goodbye.

Following the game, Lewandowski said his contract would not be renewed and that his desire was to move on.

“Today was probably my last game with Bayern,” Lewandowski told Viaplay, as reported by Eurosport Germany. “I can’t say for sure, but it’s very likely.

“I will not renew my contract.”

Commenting on the prospect of moving to Barcelona, Lewandowski added: “I have not received any proposal.

“We want to find the best solution for both parties – for me and for the club.”

Lewandowski joined Bayern from Borussia ‘Dortmund in 2014 and took his career to new heights.

He ended the 2021/22 campaign as the Bundesliga’s top scorer for the fifth campaign in a row, but it seems he has his sights trained on a fresh challenge at the age of 33.

Liga

‘It got too much’ – Toxic Mourinho relationship played part in Guardiola’s Barca exit, says Pique

YESTERDAY AT 09:28

Liga

Araujo taken to hospital and conscious after sickening clash of heads

10/05/2022 AT 21:59

Lewandowski confirms intention to leave Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandowski has paved the way for a move away from Bayern Munich by saying the draw with Wolfsburg on Saturday was likely his final game for the club.

Bayern director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic said on Saturday morning that the Poland international, who is heading towards the final year of his contract, had asked to leave the club.

Barcelona are reported to be keen on signing the forward, although Salihamidzic said no offer had been tabled by the Catalan club.

Bundesliga

Lewandowski hits 50-goal mark as Bayern sign off season with draw at Wolfsburg

8 HOURS AGO

Following the 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg to conclude the Bundesliga season, Lewandowski went to applaud the travelling Bayern fans – and it was widely interpreted as him saying goodbye.

Following the game, Lewandowski said his contract would not be renewed and that his desire was to move on.

“Today was probably my last game with Bayern,” Lewandowski told Viaplay, as reported by Eurosport Germany. “I can’t say for sure, but it’s very likely.

“I will not renew my contract.”

Commenting on the prospect of moving to Barcelona, Lewandowski added: “I have not received any proposal.

“We want to find the best solution for both parties – for me and for the club.”

Lewandowski joined Bayern from Borussia ‘Dortmund in 2014 and took his career to new heights.

He ended the 2021/22 campaign as the Bundesliga’s top scorer for the fifth campaign in a row, but it seems he has his sights trained on a fresh challenge at the age of 33.

Liga

‘It got too much’ – Toxic Mourinho relationship played part in Guardiola’s Barca exit, says Pique

YESTERDAY AT 09:28

Liga

Araujo taken to hospital and conscious after sickening clash of heads

10/05/2022 AT 21:59