Papers: Man Utd ready to sign Ighalo

Backpage headlines and transfer rumours from Tuesday’s national newspapers…… Read More

  • Manchester United are ready to sign Odion Ighalo for up to £15m this summer after it emerged the Nigerian striker’s loan runs out on May 31.
  • The Premier League has sent a seven-point plan to club doctors in a bid to combat coronavirus – and warned players who disregard advice and leave the country that football will go on without them should they be unable to return.
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko has criticised Britain’s response to the coronavirus crisis and given an insight into how Manchester City players are shielding themselves from the pandemic.
  • Premier League stars are warming to the idea of playing the remaining games of the season behind closed doors in order to complete the campaign.
  • Chelsea have been offered the chance to sign Philippe Coutinho this summer by Barcelona.
  • Players from all levels of the game are ready to revolt over plans to stage games behind-closed-doors.
  • Chelsea face a problem in their pursuit of Ben Chilwell in this summer’s transfer window, with Leicester expected to play hardball over the fee for the defender.
  • Premier League stars are being kept apart until May 1 at the earliest with a lockdown lasting for at least six weeks.
  • Bournemouth defender Simon Francis says Eddie Howe is finding a positive solution amid the coronavirus, using it to learn lessons and reflect upon the Cherries’ tough Premier League campaign to date.
  • Manchester United have been handed a massive boost in their bid to sign Birmingham City wonder-kid Jude Bellingham, with Borussia Dortmund putting their transfer business on hold.
  • Derby County are in advanced talks with American billionaire Michael Dell over a major financial injection.
  • Premiership Rugby is considering a raft of measures to help complete the season, including playing games behind closed doors, staging multiple matches at single venues and scheduling midweek fixtures.

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