Good Morning Faithful. It’s the morning after the day before. The window is closed. A window full of excitement, disappointment, expectation and surprise. Yesterday was the finale of the window, with a number of deals being finalised whilst others fell by the way side. You can still visit our Transfer Deadline Day: LIVEblog to check out all of yesterday’s action.
The window may be closed, but the rumour mill is still turning, as well as all the talk about Guardiola’s appointment at Manchester City.
Here is the Paper Round-Up for Tuesday 2nd February 2016.
Guardiola will be given £150million to spend at Manchester City [Guardian]
City are willing to spend £105million on Neymar [Express]
Manchester City also want to re-unite Lionel Messi with Pep Guardiola [Sun]
City will also target Paul Pogba (£80m) and John Stones (£50m) [Mail]
Outgoing City manager Pellegrini could take over at Chelsea [Express]
John Terry has been offered a contract to play in the Middle East [Mirror]
Although the former England captain has been offered £20m to play in China, but the MLS is also an option [Telegraph]
Radamel Falcao spent deadline day in Madrid as he tried to seal a deal to Atletico Madrid or Valencia [London Evening Standard]
Aston Villa manager Remi Garde is considering his future at the club after the club made no signings [Star]
Arsenal blocked a loan move from Manchester United for Mathieu Debuchy [Mirror]
Swansea were approached over the signing if free agent, and former Manchester City player, Robinho [South Wales Evening Post]
Lazio blocked moves from Aston Villa and Bournemouth for ex-Manchester United starlet, Ravel Morrison [Talksport]