Good Morning football lovers. It’s Saturday and that means there is a full day of football ahead of us. To set the day off, here is a round up of the news and rumours making the headlines in today’s newspapers, including a rival for Manchester Uniteds attempts to sign Neymar.
Here is your Paper Round-Up for Saturday 6th February 2016.
Pep Guardiola would like to take Neymar to Manchester City, but will need to activate his £145m buyout clause [Mirror]
Chelsea have held talks with Antonio Conte as they search for their next manager [Express]
Eden Hazard sent Jose Mourinho a text message saying “sorry” on the day the Portuguese was sacked [Guardian]
Chelsea fear new signing Alexandre Pato is SIX weeks away from being match fit. [Telegraph]
Despite being close to joining Manchester United, Jose Mourinho is wanted by Chinese Super League clubs [London Evening Standard]
Louis van Gaal disagrees with Wayne Rooney and Jesse Lingard when they say he allowed them to play more freely [Manchester Evening News]
Juventus striker Simone Zaza denied that he almost join Crystal Palace [Talksport]
Everton are to offer Ross Barkley a new contract in the summer [Telegraph]
Arsenal have scrapped planned ticket price increases due to a backlash they faced over extra charge for Barcelona clash [Mail]
Stoke are prepared to make a fresh bid for Saido Berahino [Sun]
Watford striker Odion Ighalo turned down a move to China [Mail]