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A look at the main transfer stories making Monday’s local

Postby Forever Blue » Mon Jun 10, 2019 6:53 pm

REGIONAL PAPER TALK 10/06/19




A look at the main transfer stories making Monday’s local back pages…



Chelsea are having second thoughts about signing Mateo Kovacic now that Maurizio Sarri is on the verge of joining Juventus. (Evening Standard)



Jurgen Klopp is ready to hand Harry Wilson the chance to be a part of the long-term future at Liverpool. (Liverpool Echo)



Sunderland midfielder Bali Mumba could be set for a loan move away from the Stadium of Light next season. (Newcastle Chronicle)



Besiktas have registered their interest in free agent Yoann Barbet amid reported interest in the defender from Wolves and Aston Villa. (Birmingham Mail)



Watford are one of five British clubs to have had bids for Mainz striker Jean-Philippe Mateta rejected, reports suggest. (Watford Observer)



Ryan Fraser says he "hasn’t got a clue" if he will still be at Bournemouth next season. (Bournemouth Echo)



Adnan Januzaj was the subject of a rejected €20million bid from Leicester in January, according to a Spanish report. (Leicester Mercury)
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