For years, the tabloids have lied to us that Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale are about to leave Real Madrid and return to the Premier League, and then, when both players finally say it's true what the Sunday papers are, give us the next morning? Nothing.
The red tops have been caught cold. There is not even a symbolic effort around Paris Saint-Germain "planning a blow" because Ronaldo or Gareth Bale are lined up for a "sensational shift to money-bags of wolves".
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The best we've got is Manchester Eveni ng News claiming Manchester United was "on alert" after Bale's vows "sit with my agent" to discuss his options – an assertion made by the Welshman in the brief moment in which he did not complain "to be disappointed to start on the bench".
As for the poor old Sunday Express, they are limited to searching through old copies of Don Balon to write a story about Ronaldo to Old Trafford. 19659014] "Ronaldo points to the outcome as Manchester United links emerge," they claim, citing an article on Don Balon earlier in the week, where it was suggested that Cristiano's move to United would be funded by club sponsors Chevrolet.
She also mentions the possibility that United could offer Paul Pogba in exchange for Ronaldo, according to "other reports in Spain". Then they go and take a look at Betfair and write an article about Chelsea, who is 7/1 "favorites" to be the next club of the Portuguese striker. Bad show, guys. At least design your own mindless speculations.
The Sun on Sunday do just that by targeting Joe Hart as "Exclusive," targeted by Man Utd. Jose Mourinho apparently wants to have England's number four "substitute for David de Gea" because current second division side Sergio Romero will leave. It's just one humiliation after another for Hart is not.
The sun also says United's cool interest in Danny Rose could make Everton leap for the unexplained left-back.
With the Red Devils seemingly focused on signing Alex Sandro of Juventus, the Toffees were able to march their northwest rival by submitting a £ 40m bid for the 27-year-old Tottenham man, though moving to Goodison Park probably was not what Rose had in mind first began to fish for a transfer.
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Manchester City joins Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez with a £ 75m mark, the Sunday news reported. This would make the Algerian the most expensive ninth grader in the history of the world. Elsewhere, Arsene Wenger is considering returning to Japan to resume his career as a manager (Mail on Sunday), striker Jordan Ayew of Swansea City is being sought The Scottish champion Celtic (record) and the contract rebel of Man Utd, Marouane Fellaini, have "picked" oneself from Marseille (Sunday Mirror). The Belgian midfielder reportedly wanted £ 160,000 a week, plus a statue of him in front of the Velodrome and a 20% reduction on all Fellaini wigs that were sold in the drawers.