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Mourinho to Man Utd? Chelsea star to China? Yarmolenko to Liverpool? Friday's back pages

Rippa Staff 29 Apr 2016
Jose Mourinho (credit:Credit by Rippa.com)

The top stories making the back pages of Friday's newspapers in the United Kingdom...

The Sun: Jose Mourinho has been assured in the last 48 hours that he will be Manchester United’s new boss.

Also: Michael Owen has questioned Jurgen Klopp’s controversial decision not to play Daniel Sturridge against Villarreal.

And: Kolo Toure thought he had seen the back of Denis Suarez when they were both at Manchester City.

Plus: Leicester are facing a big fight to sign the NEW Jamie Vardy. The Foxes want whizkid Charlie Coppola, who plays for non-league Lewes.


Daily Mirror: Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez has brought belief back to Toon, says Cheick Tiote.

Also: Liverpool must come from behind again if they are to achieve European glory this term.

And: Claudio Ranieri is monitoring Southampton’s Victor Wanyama as a possible replacement for N’Golo Kante.

Plus: Chelsea winger Willian is a £50million target for Chinese Super League club Guangzhou Evergrande.


Daily Star: Harry Redknapp is in line to be the next Nigeria manager, Starsport can exclusively reveal.

Also: Fraser Forster says he's flattered by Chelsea's interest in him.


Daily Mail: Swansea City will move to re-sign Joe Allen from Liverpool this summer, setting up a potential reunion with Brendan Rodgers.


Daily Express: Andriy Yarmolenko's agent has dropped a massive hint that his client could be on his way to Liverpool in the summer.

Also: Aston Villa striker Gabby Agbonlahor has quit as the club's captain and has been fined £110,000 for his bad boy ways.

And: Jurgen Klopp warned Villarreal the “race is not over” as he vowed to make them pay for their frenzied celebrations at the last-gasp winner that left Liverpool requiring another Anfield comeback in order to reach the Europa League final.


Daily Telegraph: Everton are due to hold a board meeting on Friday in which the future of manager Roberto Martinez will be discussed with the Spaniard on the brink of being sacked.


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