IT’S fairly quiet on the transfer rumours front today.
But Manchester United’s transfer dealings or rather lack of them have come under scrutiny, according to reports.
United’s owners, the Glazer family, want an explanation from executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward about what went wrong in the summer transfer market, despite signing 25-year-old midfielder Marouane Fellaini from Everton for £27.5m – Full story: Sunday Mirror
Manager Arsene Wenger is set for talks over a new contract at Arsenal – Full story: The Sun
Manchester United remain interested in re-signing 28-year-old Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo. The Old Trafford club had set aside £80m to complete the deal in the summer –– Full story: Mail on Sunday
Southampton striker Billy Sharp is wanted by Reading, Leeds, Ipswich, Sheffield Wednesday and Doncaster when the loan transfer window opens up this week. But the 27-year-old fears he may have to stay as the Saints are refusing to subsidise his £18,000-a-week wages – Full story: Sunday Mirror
Bolton are interested in Crystal Palace’s 25-year-old Ireland midfielder Owen Garvan, who could leave Selhurst Park after he posted a message on Twitter, which appeared to criticise Eagles manager Ian Holloway – Full story: The Sun (subscription needed)