John Lundstram Talk Regional Blades Planning

John Lundstram Talk Regional Blades Planning.

John Lundstram Talk Regional Blades Planning Sheffield United plans to open contract talks with John Lundstram shortly, following the midfielder incredible starts.

John Lundstram Talk Regional Blades Planning

THE STAR

  • Sheffield United plans to open contract talks with John Lundstram shortly, following the midfielder’s impressive start to the Premier League campaign.
  • Sheffield Wednesday manager Garry Monk has revealed he has held “preliminary talks” with the club’s recruitment team on their plans for the January transfer window.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

  • Manchester United has tasked Juan Mata with helping to ‘reshape the culture’ of the squad.
  • United’s former head scout Javier Ribalta has backed Paul Pogba to leave if the club fails to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has suggested Marcos Rojo is all but certain to stay at Manchester United for the remainder of the season following another secure performance.
  • Joao Cancelo has revealed he is already learning a lot from Pep Guardiola after joining Man City.

John Lundstram Talk Regional Blades Planning

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

  • Kepa Arrizabalaga has hailed Frank Lampard’s impact at Chelsea and claimed: “I am lucky to have him as a coach”.
  • Arsene Wenger has suggested Unai Emery was right to strip Granit Xhaka of the Arsenal captaincy, stressing the importance of protecting the club’s values.
  • England defender Demi Stokes has hailed the achievement of selling out Wembley for Saturday’s friendly against Germany as a victory for all of the women’s sport.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

  • Joey Barton has apologized to Jurgen Klopp for branding him “a giant German cheerleader” and has admitted he wrong about the Liverpool boss.
  • Marco Silva and several members of the Everton squad are planning to visit the injured Andre Gomes at home.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

  • Jamaal Lascelles has revealed Newcastle United players are desperate not to let Steve Bruce down this season.

EXPRESS & STAR

  • Head coach Slaven Bilic has welcomed Manuel Pellegrini’s comments that he would like Grady Diangana to remain with West Brom for the entire season.

THE DAILY ECHO

  • Ralph Hasenhuttl insists he has no problem playing Cedric Soares or Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg despite the fact their contracts are running down.

WATFORD OBSERVER

  • Quique Sanchez Flores says he has no regrets about accepting the Watford head coach job despite his team sitting bottom of the league two months after he took charge.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

  • Eddie Howe heaped praise on loan star Harry Wilson’s impressive start to life in the Premier League.
  • Eddie Howe insists England boss Gareth Southgate “will be watching” in-form Bournemouth star Steve Cook, after he was not included in the latest squad.

John Lundstram Talk Regional Blades Planning

HUDDERSFIELD EXAMINER

  • Huddersfield Town head of football operations David Webb has echoed Danny Cowley’s sentiment the club are not worried about rumoured Premier League interest in Karlan Grant.

WALES ONLINE

  • DC United is planning to send players to train with Swansea City, joint majority shareholder Jason Levien has revealed.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

  • Wayne Rooney is likely to attend Derby County games before he officially joins the club as player-coach in January.

EVENING GAZETTE

  • Peterborough chairman Darragh MacAnthony says it would take a record bid for Posh to even think about selling star striker Ivan Toney in January.

HULL DAILY MAIL

  • Grant McCann has praised the “key” role played by Hull City’s head of recruitment Lee Darnbrough as plans continue to be drawn up for the January transfer window.
  • Grant McCann insists Matthew Pennington remains happy at the KCOM Stadium, despite playing only 17 minutes of Championship football since arriving on loan from Everton.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

  • Blackburn Rovers will look at left-back as an area to address in January having lost loanee Greg Cunningham for the remainder of the season.

EVENING TIMES

  • Scott Brown admitted Celtic’s win over Lazio in Rome ranked alongside the best European results of his entire career.

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