Newcastle manager change, Man United mega deals, Wenger out? Sunday paper news

first_img Take a look at today’s newspaper stories Here is a selection of stories from Sunday’s papers…Manchester United want to sign Cristiano Ronaldo this summer (Sunday Express) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Mail on Sunday)The Red Devils also linked with a £40m offer for Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos. (Daily Star on Sunday)Jose Mourinho expects Ryan Giggs to succeed Louis van Gaal as Manchester United manager. (Sunday Mirror)Chelsea want Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino to take over at Stamford Bridge. (Sunday Times)Chelsea also want to sign Everton striker Romelu Lukaku this summer, but would face paying double the £28m they received from the Toffees for their old player in 2014. (Sun on Sunday)Bayern Munich sent technical director Michael Reschke to watch Lukaku in Everton’s win against Aston Villa. (Sunday People)Steve McClaren will be sacked by Newcastle, with David Moyes expected to open talks about taking the job. (Sunday Telegraph)Arsene Wenger will be asked to step down at the end of the season if the Gunners fail to beat Hull in their FA Cup replay in midweek – Patrick Vieira is favourite to replace him. (Sunday Express)Manchester City and Chelsea both want Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, and have offered both him a salary of £300,000 a week. (Daily Star on Sunday)Pep Guardiola wants to sign three world-class players this summer and has a budget of over £150m to be spend. (Sunday Mirror)Jurgen Klopp will be allowed to spend £100m to reshape Liverpool in his image. (Sun on Sunday)Saido Berahino will complete his move to Tottenham in the summer. (Observer)Antonio Conte will meet Roman Abramovich in Monaco next week as talks over the Italy coach taking the Stamford Bridge job accelerate. (Mail on Sunday) 1last_img read more

THE TRAILER FOR THE HARRY MEGHAN MOVIE IS HERE

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Metis candidate has two battles to fight

first_imgAPTN National NewsKimball Cariou calls himself “the peace candidate” for Vancouver-Kingsway in the 2011 federal election, but the Communist Party candidate is dealing with many a public misconception out on the campaign trail.APTN National News reporter Rob Smith catches up with Cariou in this story.last_img