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Broadcaster Kweku Afari and The Times chief sports reporter Martyn Ziegler discuss the biggest headlines in today's newspapers

All the top stories and transfer rumours from Thursday's newspapers...

THE SUN

Arsenal have shortlisted Palmeiras' Danilo, Shakhtar Donetsk's Mykhaylo Mudryk and Villarreal's Yeremy Pino as potential transfer targets.

Deontay Wilder would knock Anthony Joshua out cold if the long-time rivals were to ever share the ring, the American's coach has claimed.

Mauro Icardi has reportedly sacked estranged wife Wanda Nara as his agent after she demanded £870,000 for his Galatasaray loan.

Mikel Arteta believes Arsenal could still finish in the top four on the final day

Erling Haaland is sweating on his fitness after visiting a hospital to check on his foot injury.

Ex-Premier League star Moussa Sissoko must cough up more than £60,000 after failing to pay his energy bills.

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Manchester United could "cut their losses" on £40m forgotten man Donny van de Beek.

DAILY STAR

Liverpool are plotting an audacious move to land Heung-Min Son after reports emerged suggesting that the Premier League Golden Boot winner is eager for a new challenge.

THE MAIL

Jude Bellingham has insisted that he can strike up a perfect partnership with Declan Rice at the World Cup.

Former Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick revealed he 'identified Erling Haaland, Dusan Vlahovic, Christopher Nkunku, Josko Gvardiol, Luis Diaz and Alvaro Morata as transfer targets - but the club refused winter signings'.

Unai Emery has made his first major decision since being named Aston Villa manager by offering Pako Ayestaran the opportunity to become his assistant.

Investigators have reportedly discovered secret documents signed by Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus, which show the club promising their former striker almost €20m (£17m) during the Covid-19 pandemic.

LaLiga president Javier Tebas has launched yet another attack on Paris Saint-Germain, publicly reiterating that the French giants should be sanctioned for their frivolous use of finances.

Ian Poulter has shrugged off claims from Rory McIlroy that he felt 'betrayed' by Ryder Cup team-mates who defected to the LIV series.

New Zealand Rugby admitted they had forgotten about the World Cup they are hosting after they were criticised for a scheduling clash between their All Blacks and Black Ferns sides.

DAILY EXPRESS

Tottenham are reportedly prepared to pay £26.1m for Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie as Antonio Conte looks to add to his midfield.

DAILY MIRROR

Thierry Henry has revealed his old team-mate Zinedine Zidane is holding out to be the next manager of the France national team.

Barcelona fans chanted for former star Lionel Messi as they watched their side crash out of the Champions League group stage again on Wednesday night.

Aston Villa's Philippe Coutinho takes a tumble against West Ham

Philippe Coutinho is set to be axed from Brazil's squad for the World Cup next month due to his poor form for Aston Villa.

Ellis Genge has emerged as the leading contender to captain England if Courtney Lawes and Owen Farrell are not passed fit to face Argentina on Sunday week.

Former United States president Barack Obama is reportedly involved in talks over a deal to buy the Phoenix Suns from disgraced owner Robert Sarver.

THE INDEPENDENT

Claudio Bravo has said that he had a "marvellous time" at Manchester City, claiming his spell at the club to be "successful in every sense".

THE TIMES

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg celebrates his goal for Spurs vs Everton

Tottenham Hotspur are ready to offer Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg an improved contract to reward the midfielder for his impressive performances this season.

Unai Emery is hoping to bring some of his Villarreal staff with him to the Premier League when he takes charge of Aston Villa.

Australia have become the first team competing in next month's World Cup to collectively condemn human rights abuses in the host country Qatar.

The former coach of Emma Raducanu has revealed that his decision to leave the former US Open champion's support team this month was due to "red flags that just couldn't be ignored".

Racing 92 are "shocked and surprised" to have Finn Russell available this autumn after his Scotland omission.

Sergio García admitted that he saw "no point" in extending his Ryder Cup career after becoming the focus of ire among European players, but denied the outburst supposedly at the root of that animosity even occurred.

THE GUARDIAN

Harry Maguire is back in contention for Manchester United after injury and may get the game time to be match fit for the World Cup because of Raphaël Varane's hamstring problem.

THE ATHLETIC

New West Ham signing Naycef Aguerd

David Moyes has said he is close to handing Nayef Aguerd his West Ham United debut as the defender prepares to make his comeback from three months out injured.

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says he hopes technical director Edu will stay at the Emirates "for a long time".

SCOTTISH SUN

Josh Ginnelly is convinced the Hearts can turn their European campaign around.

DAILY RECORD

Former Hearts captain Perry Kitchen has retired aged just 30 after more than a year on the sidelines with injury.

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