Everton will make a move for West Ham striker Michail Antonio if he stays up – Paper Talk

All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Monday’s papers…


Everton will make an ambitious move for West Ham striker Michail Antonio if he beats the drop.

Chelsea and Newcastle are keeping tabs on former Manchester City striker Brahim Diaz.


Former Newcastle defender Jetro Willems was hit by a fan as tensions rose when Gronignen welcomed Heerenveen into the Dutch top flight.


Chelsea are in talks with Premier League rivals Fulham over a four-year-old piece of land as they redevelop Stamford Bridge.

A friendly between England and Italy fans has been targeted by hooligans in a chilling development ahead of this week’s European Championship qualifiers in Naples.

England fans have been left stranded after the FA’s official travel partner canceled their trip to Napoli days before Gareth Southgate’s side face Italy in a rehearsal for the EURO 2020 final.

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Jamie Redknapp and Karen Carney discuss Antonio Conte’s outburst after Tottenham’s 3-3 draw with Southampton in the Premier League.

Tottenham and Antonio Conte have held crisis talks following an astonishing verbal assault on their players with chairman Daniel Levy set to weigh opinion before deciding his head coach’s future.

Franck Kessie came off the bench to score an injury-time winner as Barcelona came from behind to beat Real Madrid and take a 12-point La Liga lead.

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Clinton Morrison and Danny Cowley assess the impact Antonio Conte’s scathing criticism of his squad will have on Tottenham players.


Manchester United and Liverpool could be set to compete for the signing of Ruben Neves this summer.


Bayern Munich plan to send Joao Cancelo back to Manchester City at the end of the season.


James Tavernier called on Rangers to produce an impressive April as they look to make amends for the Old Firm flop in February


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