Chelsea plan £60m move for Crystal Palace winger Michael Olise – Paper Talk | football news

The main transfer news and rumors from Saturday’s newspapers…


Chelsea are making a £60million move for Michael Olise, regardless of who their new manager is.

The Football Association will offer assistance to the England team at Euro 2024 if they wish to vote in the general election in July.


Manchester United have decided to sack Erik ten Hag after the FA Cup final against Manchester City.

Crystal Palace co-owner John Textor has confirmed that he is attempting to sell his stake in the club and would consider investing in Everton.


Manchester City want Pep Guardiola to sign a new long-term contract that will allow him to extend his trophy-laden stay at the Etihad Stadium beyond a decade.

Pep Guardiola led Manchester City to their fourth consecutive Premier League title

Wolves have told their Premier League rivals that VAR is putting their players at greater risk of injury as they try to scrap the controversial system in time for next season.

Nottingham Forest know they have to sell players by June 30 if they are to meet the Premier League’s profitability and sustainability rules this time around.


Erik ten Hag believes he will be sacked after Manchester United refused to back him ahead of the FA Cup final.

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Sky Sports News’ Kaveh Solhekol outlines who could replace Mauricio Pochettino as Chelsea manager

Chelsea have held talks with Leicester City manager Enzo Maresca as they step up their search for a new manager.


Kieran McKenna will wait for Manchester United before making a decision on his next move, and Erik ten Hag expects to be sacked after Saturday’s FA Cup final.


Rishi Sunak will hope England do well at Euro 2024 because an early exit could be the final nail in the coffin of his moribund government.


Chelsea have not yet ruled out the possibility of signing Roberto De Zerbi as they work through the club’s shortlist of four candidates to succeed Mauricio Pochettino as head coach.

Brighton and Hove Albion manager Roberto De Zerbi after the Premier League match at the Gtech Community Stadium, London.  Photo date: Wednesday April 3, 2024.

Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah will be Bosman’s free transfer targets next season, with Saudi Arabian clubs willing to wait for two of the Premier League’s biggest stars if they cannot land them this summer.

Bruno Fernandes has insisted he does not want to leave Manchester United but wants to ensure the club shares his ambitions after admitting his “frustration” at another troubled season.

Bruno Fernandes regrets a missed opportunity against Burnley


Bologna have joined Southampton in the pursuit of £6million Aberdeen striker Bojan Miovski.

Bojan Miovski celebrates after putting Aberdeen up 3-0 against Hibernian


Fenerbahce flop Ryan Kent looks set to repeat his Rangers exit and become a free agent just 12 months after bringing the curtain down on his Ibrox career.


Liam Kelly has broken his silence on his departure from Motherwell as he closes in on an impressive Rangers return.

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