Sadio Mane says Cristiano Ronaldo told him that leaving Liverpool for Bayern Munich was a ‘great step’ – Paper Talk | Transfer Centre News

All the top stories and transfer rumours from Wednesday’s newspapers…


Sadio Mane has revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo told him that leaving Liverpool for Bayern Munich last summer was a “great step”.

Sam Allardyce has claimed that he had a deal “done and dusted” to become Manchester City manager instead of Sven-Goran Eriksson.

N’Golo Kante has rejected summer transfers away from Chelsea in favour of staying at the club, according to reports.


Liverpool hero Steven Gerrard has been bizarrely backed to become the new manager of Paris Saint-Germain despite his Aston Villa sacking just four months ago.

Jamie Carragher believes Pep Guardiola will “never sell a player to Arsenal again” due to the Gunners’ impressive form this season.


Liverpool’s owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) are looking at major media companies as potential investors to take a minority stake in the club.

Reading are facing the threat of a second points deduction in 18 months by the Football League.


Arsenal have made their next priority – after they tie down Bukayo Saka to a new deal – securing William Saliba’s future.

William Saliba’s new contract is the next priority for Arsenal


Liverpool will have their ticket allocation cut by 20 per cent when they travel to the Etihad Stadium to face fierce rivals Manchester City.

The Premier League has launched an investigation into allegations of internal racism made by a former member of their diversity and inclusion team.

Gary Neville believes Brentford goalkeeper David Raya could be the perfect replacement for David de Gea when he leaves Manchester United.

Two Bundesliga clubs are reportedly attempting to lure Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita to Germany in the summer.


Luis Enrique is said to be focused on the Chelsea job as Graham Potter fights to remain at Stamford Bridge, according to reports from Spain.


Rangers icon Barry Ferguson reckons his old club blew it by not trying to sign nephew Lewis from Aberdeen last summer.

Celtic have been presented with a major logistical challenge after the dates for next year’s Asian Cup were unveiled.

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