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15/02/2019

What the papers say Son Heung-min is set to sign a new deal worth £150,000-a-week as reward for his impressive season with Tottenham, according to the Daily Mail. The South Korean only signed a five-year contract last July, with his current deal worth around £110,000-a-week, but Spurs are ready to offer the forward another new deal before the start of next season, the paper says.

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Football rumours from the media

14/02/2019

What the papers say Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany appears set to sign a contract extension at the club on reduced wages, the Daily Mail says. Discussions have been ongoing over a new one-year deal, with the 32-year-old expected to agree a wage cut in order to stay at the Etihad Stadium amid injury struggles, the paper adds.

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Shelvey hands Newcastle fitness boost

13/02/2019

Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey has stepped up his efforts to play a part in the club’s fight for Premier League survival after re-joining his team-mates in training.

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Football rumours from the media

13/02/2019

What the papers say Ivan Perisic reportedly wants a move to Tottenham – and could see his hopes realised this summer. The Sun says reports in Italy suggest the Inter Milan winger was keen to sign for Spurs ahead of Arsenal during the January transfer window, but Mauricio Pochettino failed to make a big move for his signature. Things are set to be different this summer, however, with a potential cash plus player deal in the offing, the paper adds.

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Football rumours from the media

12/02/2019

What the papers say Maurizio Sarri‘s fate as head coach at Chelsea is set to be decided in the next fortnight, according to the Daily Telegraph. The Italian is facing increased scrutiny since Chelsea’s 6-0 loss at the hands of Manchester City, the paper reports, with the club said to be facing a season-defining run of fixtures in the coming weeks.

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