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Liverpool is preparing a clever plan to win the Spanish star race at £ 74m

Release date: Sunday, March 22, 2020, 8:25 am

Liverpool is preparing a £ 74m bid for a star who appears to be at the top of Jürgen Klopp's wanted list, while Arsenal is keen to sign a Celtic striker on Sunday, according to Paper Talk.

LIVERPOOL OUT TO PIP RIVALS AT FABIAN RUIZ

Liverpool are ready to make a £ 74m offer to Fabian Ruiz to beat a variety of rivals against Napoli's midfielder.

Ruiz has been one of the best midfielders in European football since swapping Real Betis for Stadio San Paolo. He has scored 10 goals in 70 games for the club and generally dominates in the middle of the park.

However, Napoli's slump this season – the club was sixth before the games were canceled – means that it is unlikely that he will qualify for the Champions League next season are ready to use a number of stars to help with a reconstruction program.

And while Ruiz is one that you might want to keep, Liverpool believes that a large supply can now persuade them to sell and could allow them to plan their summer expenses in advance.

According to the Sunday Express, Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp has put the Spanish midfielder at the top of his summer wanted list, and the club is preparing an approach to beat Real Madrid and Barcelona.

The 23-year-old has a three-year contract with Napoli and His agent this week says that renewal talks with the club will take place as a reward for his good shape.

"There have been many changes in the club this season. It has been a difficult year for Napoli," said Agent Alvaro Torres.

"A renewal? We stopped negotiations for a while until the end of the season.

“There are very important clubs that have asked for information and we have already informed Napoli. There is no release clause in his current contract. I really don't know what Ruiz's value is right now. "

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Paul Pogba's controversial agent Mino Raiola and Manchester United boss Ed Woodward talk again (Sunday Mirror)

The Manchester United stars will return to training on April 10th to be active again in May (Sunday Mirror).

Arsenal is considering a summer change for Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard to build before the next season (Sunday Mirror).

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Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are among a number of top Premier League clubs that could narrow their transfer window (Sunday Mirror).

Representatives of Parisian Saint Germain striker Neymar have told Barcelona that the Brazilian wants to leave France and return to the Nou camp (Daily Star Sunday).

Arsenal was encouraged to sign Burnley New Zealand striker Chris Wood (28) to replace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang should the Gabonese international leave this summer (Daily Star Sunday).

The Premier League is planning a tentative schedule for the games to begin after June 1, so that the season ends within six weeks and the 2020-21 campaign can begin on August 8 (Daily Telegraph).

UEFA will simplify financial fair play rules for this and the next season – but Manchester City remains suspended (Sunday mail).

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The world's best medical football expert hit the top European leagues for the resumption of the games in mid-May, asking them not to put financial considerations before life (Mail am Sonntag).

A small pre-season and a social contact to training and fan welfare are among the "incredibly complex" challenges to get football going again (mail on Sunday).

Tottenham's Dele Alli celebrated for two nights when the Premier League games were postponed (The Sun on Sunday).

The future of Jesse Lingard and Andreas Pereira is balanced at Manchester United (The Sun on Sunday).

Chelsea midfielder Willian's public plea to fly back to Brazil to join his family has highlighted a major problem that our elite teams are facing (The Sun on Sunday).

Derby faces a fight to preserve the prospects of stars Jason Knight and Louie Sibley in the current financial crisis (The Sun on Sunday).

Gillingham owner Paul Scally is in talks with an American buyer and hopes to make a deal (The Sun on Sunday)

Crystal Palace and Celtic watch Aaron Hickeys future at Hearts – and the chance of a cheap theft (The Sun on Sunday)

Borussia Dortmund's winger Jadon Sancho would be a "great addition" to Chelsea's squad, according to former captain John Terry, but Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is also interested in the 19-year-old England international (various)

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