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Paper Talk: Failure in the European Super League was a factor in Fenway Sports Group’s decision to sell Liverpool | News about Transfer Center



All the top stories and transfer rumors from the newspapers on Tuesday…

DAILY LETTER

The failure of the US-led European Super League in 2021 and Todd Boehly’s multibillion-dollar purchase of Chelsea are believed to have been key factors in Fenway Sports Group’s decision to sell Liverpool on Monday.

The news that Fenway Sports Group is selling Liverpool has excited Red Sox fans, as the Bostonians are hoping the sale will free up resources for their struggling team.

Eden Hazard’s time at Real Madrid appears to be coming to an end after both sides agreed that the end for three years was unfortunately premature, according to reports in Spain.

Manchester United defender Raphael Varane was tipped to be fit for the World Cup despite limping to tears during a game against Chelsea last month.

Arsenal defender Takehiro Tomiyasu should return in time to represent Japan at the World Cup, and is not a long-term absentee for the Gunners.

According to Javier Zanetti, negotiations over a contract extension with Milan Skriniar at Inter Milan are ‘going well’.

DAILY MIRROR

John W Henry has put Liverpool on the market and will demand a staggering £4billion for the club.

SUN

Omari Hutchinson is likely to make his Chelsea debut on Wednesday after being told he would not have to report international obligations to Jamaica.

Graham Potter is preparing his Chelsea squad for a warm-weather training camp just down the road from the World Cup.

FEMALE TIME

Premier League clubs want rules on signing foreign players relaxed but are facing a battle with the FA, fearing doing so would have a negative impact on the England squad. .

THE ATHLETIC

Manchester City have secured the services of highly regarded Brentford analyst Jack Wilson, with a focus on set-pieces.

Manchester United have undergone a huge amount of change in recent times and that will continue as the chief executive of football, Alan Dawson, is expected to leave Old Trafford.

One of the first decisions Julen Lopetegui faces as the new head coach of Wolves revolves around Fabio Silva’s immediate future.

JOURNAL

Liverpool are said to be ‘very optimistic’ about signing Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund during the summer transfer window, according to new reports.

INDEPENDENT PEOPLE

The South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) echoed Fifa’s message to focus on football at the World Cup in Qatar, saying it was time for “disagreements to step back” as the tournament kicks off in two weeks. again.

Oleksandr Zinchenko wants to “remove the stereotype” that Arsenal are the team that should only have to compete for a place in the top four in the Premier League when the title challenge is unlikely to continue.

DAILY RECORDS

Rangers fans will get a chance to ignite Ibrox’s board once the annual shareholder meeting date is confirmed next month.

Martin Boyle will fly to Qatar in an attempt to make Australia’s World Cup camp.

The town of Luton ruled Motherwell star Max Johnston again on Friday night.

SCOTTISH SUN

Leeds are looking to extend the deal with Stuart McKinstry.

DAILY CELEBRATION

Courtney Lawes’ return date remains uncertain after the England captain was dropped from Eddie Jones’ 36-man squad for a game against Japan this week.

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