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PAPER ROUND-UP: News from Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and much more Premier League news

Good morning again everyone, we have more details about a £145 million bid for Brazilian superstar, Neymar, as well as much more news from around the Premier League, Europe and details of the latest big bid from China.

Here is your Paper Round-Up for Friday 5th February 2016.

Manchester United are the club that bid £145m for Barcelona and Brazil superstar, Neymar [Mail]

Jose Mourinho has signed an agreement to become the next Manchester United manager [Express]

However the club are set to close parts of Old Trafford for their upcoming Europa League game due to a lack of interest [Mirror]

Chelsea turned down a £57million bid from China for Oscar. [Sun]

Chelsea forward Diego Costa is wanted by Atletico Madrid, in an attempt to prevent Diego Simeone heading to Stamford Bridge [London Evening Standard]

Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge will leave Anfield in the summer after becoming fed up with criticism of his injury woes [Mirror]

Former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers met with Jurgen Klopp and offered him “any help he needed” [Liverpool Echo]

Manchester City captain Vincent Komoany has returned to training [Mail]

Stoke City could lose Marko Arnautovic for just £12.5million this summer [Telegraph]

Porto and former Real Madrid goalkeeper, Iker Casillas, is a target for MLS side, New York City [ESPN]

Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe says he has nothing to prove when he faces former club Arsenal. [Bournemouth Echo]

Watford striker Troy Deeney branded his team mate Juan Carlos Paredes, “pathetic” [Talksport]

Leeds manager, Steve Evans will resign if he can not drive the club on a promotion push [Yorkshire Post]

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