Good morning everyone, we have some exciting news, including a world record bid for Brazilian ace, Neymar, thought to be from a Premier League giant, as well as all of the rest of today’s news and rumours in today’s Newspapers and online media sources.
Here is the Paper Round-Up for Thursday 4th February 2016.
Neymar’s dad has told a Spanish courtroom that there has been a staggering £144m bid made for his son, and it’s believed to be from Manchester United. [Sun]
Manchester Cuty directors Txiki Begiristain and Ferran Sorriano were the main men involved getting Pep Guardiola to the Etihad [Telegraph]
Alexander Kolarov is set to turn his back on a potential Manchester City departure as he wants to work with Guardiola [Manchester Evening News]
Arsenal and Tottenham target, Victor Wanyama, is stalling on a new deal at Southampton [Mirror]
Atletico Madrid are planning on re-signing Chelsea striker Diego Costa after the departure of Jackson Martinez [Mail]
Asmir Begovic is considering quitting Stamford Bridge due to a lack of first team opportunities [Sun]
Former Chelsea left back, Ashley Cole is earning just £4,000-a-week at LA Galaxy, to ensure the club meets strict MLS salary wage caps [LA Times]
West Ham are trying to arrange a friendly against Barcelona as their first match at the Olympic Stadium [Sun]
Liverpool will not sell Lazar Markovic according to Fenerbahce [Independent]
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has returned to full training [Liverpool Echo]
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy was almost sold to Sheffield Wednesday 6 months ago [Football Insider]
Meanwhile, Leicester made a bid to sign Brazilian superstar Ronaldinho in January [Mundo Deportivo] (Spanish)
Aston Villa are making contingency plans in case Remi Garde quits as manager [Birmingham Mail]
Sunderland on loan striker Dame N’Doye says his relegation experience with Hull will help him to keep Sunderland from relegation themselves [Mirror]