Paper round-up: Trippier linked with Juventus move

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Tottenham defender Kieran Trippier could be Maurizio Sarri’s first signing as Juventus boss.

Sarri is set to leave Chelsea and take over at Juve, who have agreed a compensation deal with the Blues.

He could be joined in Turn by England international Trippier, according to the Sunday Times.

The newspaper say Juve could target Trippier in a £30m deal if they sell Portugal right-back Joao Cancelo, who has been linked with a move to Manchester City.

Meanwhile, Swansea want Chelsea youngster Reece James on loan, according to the Mail on Sunday, while The Observer say Aston Villa are targeting a loan deal for Chelsea’s Ethan Ampadu.

Amid reports that Frank Lampard is in line to replace Sarri, the Sunday Telegraph reports that any move by Chelsea for the Derby boss would have to be sanctioned by Roman Abramovich.

A mystery Chinese businessman is discussing a £220m takeover of Crystal Palace, according to The Sun on Sunday.

The Sunday Mirror claim comments recently made by Wilfried Zaha were him hinting that he could stay at Palace.

He said: “I’m proud to be from here and I’m glad that I’m still here because it’s like, I’ve reached my dream.

“I’m still around my people, still around my friends, so I feel like you can do it too, you know what I mean? That’s why I’m proud to be from here.”

The Mail on Sunday claim Harvey Elliott – who recently became the Premier League’s youngest ever player – is set to leave Fulham, with Barcelona and RB Leipzig keen to sign the 16-year-old.

The Mail on Sunday also say Charlton manager Lee Bowyer is set to sign a new contract.

And The Sun on Sunday say Huddersfield are looking to tie up a deal to sign Leyton Orient striker Josh Koroma.




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