Paper round-up: United reportedly ready to activate Pochettino release clause

Manchester United are reportedly ready to activate a £32m buy-out clause in Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham contract.

There continues to be speculation over the future of the Spurs boss, who was linked with United prior to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being given the manager’s job at Old Trafford.

With Solskjaer under pressure and Spurs having also made a poor start to the season, there are again reports that Pochettino could be in the frame for the United job.

And The Sun declare that United are ready to pay Spurs the sum it would take to secure Pochettino’s release.

Meanwhile, Crystal Palace are considering a move for Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Taras Stepanenko, again according to The Sun.

Stepanenko, 30, was linked with an £8m move to Selhurst Park in the summer and is now said to be in line for a January switch.

Arsenal’s players held a blind vote to decide who will be the club’s captains, the Daily Telegraph reports.

Fulham want compensation in the region of £7m from Liverpool for 16-year-old midfielder Harvey Elliott, according to The Times.

And Chelsea star Tammy Abraham”not happy” with his FIFA 20 rating.

The Daily Star have run a story based on a Chelsea Twitter post revealing that Blues players had been sent the new version of the popular game.

England international Abraham has been in superb goalscoring form but seemingly his early-season performances have not been reflected in his rating.




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