Everton manager Frank Lampard awaits fate after defeat at West Ham – Paper Talk | Transfer Center News.

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The Daily Telegraph

Everton have held talks over the future of manager Frank Lampard as the 44-year-old waits to find out his fate. Sources believed on Sunday that Everton were preparing to sack Lampard, but there was no confirmation of their plans from the club.

Tottenham Hotspur are anxiously waiting to find out whether the club’s managing director of football, Fabio Paratici, will be banned from handling transfers.

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Everton boss Frank Lampard says his side will ‘have to dig in’ and made it clear they are ready to do just that.

Brendan Rodgers is targeting two new signings this week as he prepares for a potentially crucial month in Leicester’s season.

A British shot put champion has slammed leaked plans to allow transgender women to compete in the women’s category at international track and field, saying it could lead to a “free-for-all”. Which would “spoil” biological women like her.

Daily mail

Former Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has suggested the Bundesliga giants cannot afford Tottenham’s £130million asking price for Harry Kane.

Fabio Paratici’s future at Tottenham is under increasing scrutiny after allegations he offered to pay more than the odds to sign Cristian Romero from Atalanta to solve a problem for his former club Juventus. .

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Highlights of the Bundesliga match between Borussia Dortmund and Augsburg

Frank Lampard is waiting to hear that he has been sacked as Everton prepare to begin the search for another new manager.

Former Chelsea and Derby boss Lampard spoke to owner Farhad Moshiri and chairman Bill Kenwright along with director of football Kevin Thelwell at the weekend and accepted things are looking up after Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at West Ham. Will change.

Brazilian winger Tate is targeting a move to the Premier League this month, with clubs from Leicester showing strong interest in the Lyon player.

Tottenham are interested in signing the Belgian before he completes a £27million move to north London rivals Arsenal, Leandro Trossard’s agent has revealed.

the sun

Hakeem Zech could become the first casualty of Chelsea’s January transfer campaign by joining Roma. The winger has been targeted by the Italians as he finds himself squeezed at Stamford Bridge.

Soon Arsenal’s Jacob Cuvier was spotted in the directors’ box for Sunday’s Premier League clash with Manchester United.

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A round-up of Sunday’s games in the Premier League

Everton are considering a £15m move for Sheffield United star Aleman Ndaya. Senegal international Ndiaye has 10 goals and seven assists for the Blades this season in the Championship and has caught the attention of Premier League strugglers Everton.

Southampton are planning to make another move to Chelsea for young full-back Silco Thomas. The Blues youngster, 18, has attracted attention at youth level but is out of contract at the end of the season.

Manchester Evening News

Manchester United are monitoring Harry Kane’s situation at Tottenham.

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Jurgen Klopp will ‘sit tight’ until the summer and likely spend up to £200m on a summer rebuild of the squad, under new investors, says Gary Neville.


Chelsea and Liverpool players have condemned the decision-making spree that led to Chelsea’s match against Liverpool being postponed six minutes into the game due to a frozen pitch which manager Emma Hayes described as an “ice rink”. was declared as

World athletics is set to keep the door open to transgender women competing at the highest level under controversial new proposals to be voted on in March.

Novak Djokovic has added his voice to calls for changes to the Australian Open schedule amid growing concerns over player welfare and fairness at this year’s tournament at Melbourne Park.


Antonio Conte and Tottenham Hotspur have put contract talks on ice, threatening his future as head coach. Conte, whose contract expires at the end of the season, will prefer to focus on turning the team around after three defeats in four Premier League matches rather than discussing his long-term position.

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Gary Neville says Erling Holland may not be a perfect fit for Manchester City’s style of play but would not swap him for another striker.

Seb Coe has not ruled out a bid to become the first British president of the International Olympic Committee. Thomas Bach has only two years left in office, with elections expected in 2025.

Jamie George’s inclusion in the fortnight’s Calcutta Cup clash with Scotland has been thrown into doubt as England’s Hooker is forced off the field at half-time with a hiccup after a 12-day stand-down period. have to face.

The Daily Mirror

Roma winger Niccolo Zaniolo is understood to be keen on a move to Spurs.

The 23-year-old wants out of the Italian club this window and, with his contract expiring next year, Roma are ready to cash in. Roma are understood to want £35million for the Italy international who also has interest from West Ham.

Bournemouth midfielder Philip Billings is considering a shock January exit from the Vitality Stadium amid interest from Valencia.

Daily record

Rangers midfielder Charlie McCann has completed his £350,000 move to English League One side Forest Green Rovers.

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