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All the news and rumors from Thursday’s newspapers…

Daily Telegraph

Ralph Hessenhuttl’s time approaches in Southampton as the club ponders the timing of the Austrian coach’s departure.

Everton will have to pay just £4.5m to sign England international Conor Cody from Wolverhampton next summer.

Steve Cooper is set to remain as Nottingham Forest’s head coach, with Filippo Giraldi joining as the new sporting director, following board talks on Wednesday.

the sun

Southampton manager Ralph Hessenhuttl is said to be on the verge of being sacked after a poor start to the Premier League season.

New York Red Bulls coach Gerhard Strooper is one of the candidates Nottingham Forest is considering.

Manchester City’s Jack Grealish has revealed that the Copenhagen goalkeeper has told him goal star Erling Haaland is “not human” after scoring twice in the first half.

daily expression

Spurs are said to be interested in signing Ajax playmaker Mohamed Kodos, although they face stiff competition in their pursuit of the versatile striker.

Chelsea had been hoping to capitalize on their match against Milan on Wednesday night by holding talks with the club after the Champions League match over Hakim Ziyech.

Players and staff from Paris Saint-Germain and Benfica were battered after full time in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

times

Declan Rice, captain of West Ham United, described the number of matches he played last season as “outrageous”.

Atletico Madrid are close to agreeing a new €25m (around £22m) deal with Barcelona for Antoine Griezmann. This would enable him to play full games after Atletico were forced into the peculiar situation of using the striker primarily as a substitute this season to avoid buying him for €40m (around £35m) next summer.

The nephew of George Soros, one of the world’s richest men, has shown an interest in buying Everton.

Ukraine joined Spain and Portugal in their bid to host the 2030 World Cup, with bid leaders confident that the war-torn country would be able to host the tournament despite the Russian invasion.

daily mirror

Mikel Arteta has confirmed that Reiss Nelson will be given a chance to prove he can take him “to the next level” at Arsenal.

Luis Suarez is said to be set to join the LA Galaxy after this winter’s World Cup, just weeks after returning to Uruguay with Nacional.

Shakhtar Donetsk told Arsenal they would have to “pay a lot of money” if they wanted to sign winger Mikhailo Modric from the Ukrainian giants.

independent

Mikel Arteta says Arsenal are planning ahead and has suggested new deals are in the pipeline for some of the club’s most promising stars. William Saliba, Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka have two years left on their current contracts, but Arsenal are looking to tie the trio, who could have a long future at the club.

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk insists the players are not immune to criticism of their performance, but believes Trent Alexander-Arnold is handling the scrutiny directed at him the right way.

daily Mail

Anthony’s £85m contract with Manchester United “ignored Eric ten Hag’s orders to come back and help the defence” during Manchester City’s 6-3 defeat on Sunday.

daily star

This season’s FA Cup final is under threat due to a possible coronation of King Charles III on the same day.

Everton have reportedly entered preliminary talks with a US-based company that tried to buy Tottenham earlier this year.

Chelsea are “ahead of all” in the race to sign Rafael Leao after already relegated Christopher Nkunku.

daily log

Robbie Nelson insists Hearts are ready to take the fight to Fiorentina in an effort to reignite their campaigns at home and abroad.

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