Transfer rumours and paper review – Thursday, September 14: Real Madrid join race for Sanchez, RB Leipzig ace wants to join ‘big club’, Wilshere to leave Arsenal? Transfer rumours and paper review – Thursday, September 14: Real Madrid join race for Sanchez, RB Leipzig ace wants to join ‘big club’, Wilshere to leave Arsenal?
Listen back to Thursday’s breakfast paper review with Adrian Clarke iTUNESSUBSCRIBE VIA RSS By talkSPORT – @talkSPORT Thursday, September 14, 2017 Here are the... Transfer rumours and paper review – Thursday, September 14: Real Madrid join race for Sanchez, RB Leipzig ace wants to join ‘big club’, Wilshere to leave Arsenal?

Transfer rumours and paper review - Thursday, September 14: Real Madrid join race for Sanchez, RB Leipzig ace wants to join 'big club', Wilshere to leave Arsenal?

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Here are the top football headlines and transfer-related stories in Thursday’s newspapers…

Real Madrid have joined the race to sign Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez, who can leave the Gunners for free next summer. (Don Balon)

Barcelona have dropped their interest in Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho and have moved on to other targets – FULL STORY HERE

Reds target, RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner, has said he wants to move to a ‘big club’ and has pointed out there are more of them in England than in Spain. (Bild)

The Diego Costa saga could soon come to a conclusion, with Atletico Madrid set to finalise a deal for the absent Chelsea striker within the next fortnight. (Daily Mail)

Inter Milan will offer top striker and captain Mauro Icardi, 24, a new contract with an increased release clause of more than £100m to try to ward off any approaches from Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United – FULL STORY HERE

New Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson is looking to make a bid for the Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere in January. (Daily Mail)

Palace have reportedly promised new manager Roy Hodgson £40million to spend in January. (Daily Star)

Hodgson rejected an £8m offer from another club to take on the rescue mission at Selhurst Park. (The Sun)

Tottenham, Everton and Burnley are all interested in Werder Bremen midfielder Thomas Delaney – FULL STORY HERE

Burnley have taken former Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard, 33, on trial. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Real Madrid are interested in signing Manchester City’s promising 18-year-old midfielder Brahim Diaz – FULL STORY HERE

Former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti will be looking to return to the Premier League in the summer if Bayern Munich trigger a break clause in his contract. (ESPN)

It has been suggested Julian Nagelsmann, currently at Hoffenheim, could replace the former AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain boss at the Allianz Arena.

Sporting Lisbon’s William Carvalho is optimistic about joining West Ham in the January transfer window, having seen a summer move break down. (Daily Mirror)

‘Overweight’ Carlos Tevez will not play again until he improves his fitness, says Shanghai Shenhua’s coach. (Tele Football)

Everton may look at making a move for the Celtic right-back Anthony Ralston after scouting him since the end of last season. (The Sun)

Harry Redknapp’s reign as Birmingham City boss could soon be at an end. The veteran manager saved the Blues from the drop last season but the side sit 22nd in the Championship table having lost four on the bounce. (Daily Mirror)

Here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines:

Former Manchester United defender Paul Parker has hailed Jose Mourinho for bringing the fear factor back to Old Trafford, after the Red Devils swept aside FC Basel on their return to the Champions League

Roy Hodgson has told talkSPORT he has ‘empathy and sympathy’ for Frank de Boer after replacing the axed Dutchman as Crystal Palace manager

New Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has told talkSPORT he is proud of his record as England boss, despite the manner of his exit

Alex Neil has told talkSPORT the squad he inherited at Preston is ‘better than he expected’ – but he is refusing to set his sights too high this season

RB Leipzig are lining up a new contract for Liverpool target Timo Werner – but insist they are under no pressure to sell him

Edin Dzeko has confessed that Roma are missing the creative influence of new Liverpool star Mohamed Salah

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