Paper round-up: Arsenal boss Emery could get extra money to spend - London Football News

Paper round-up: Arsenal boss Emery could get extra money to spend

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A new kit deal could give Arsenal boss Unai Emery more money to spend in the January transfer window, according to The Times.

The deal with Adidas is apparently worth £250m and The Times believe that could enable Emery to further bolster his squad.

The newspaper say the money will provide “a much-needed financial boost” for the Gunners after they missed out of Champions League revenue two years in a row.

Meanwhile, Tottenham have been linked with Bournemouth’s former Chelsea defender Nathan Ake.

The Daily Star say Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino and Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho have been keeping track of the Dutchman in recent weeks.

The newspaper claim Ake, who played under Mourinho at Chelsea, has been identified as a potential replacement for Toby Alderweireld at Spurs.

The Daily Mirror say Tottenham are among Premier League clubs showing an interest in Sunderland forward Josh Maja.

Manchester City and Southampton are also said to have been watching 19-year-old from Lewisham, who was previously on the books of City, Crystal Palace and Fulham.

The Mirror also say Spurs fear Jan Vertonghen could be out for up to two months with his hamstring injury.

West Ham have offered Declan Rice a contract worth £46,000 a week, the Daily Star say.

It comes amid much speculation over the 19-year-old’s club and international future.

He has been involved in contract negotiations for some time and the Star say West Ham have made him a final offer – for the time being at least.

He has apparently been told that talks will be put on hold until the end of the season unless he accepts the offer.

The Star also suggest the Hammers have concerns about paying Rice too much in light of fellow youngster Reece Oxford’s career stalling since he was given an improved deal.

And Palace are tracking Den Haag defender Wilfried Kanon, The Sun say.




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