Paper Talk: April 21

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GiveMeSport takes a look at the major transfer headlines involving the biggest clubs in English and Spanish football on Monday, 21st April...

The Daily Mirror

Manchester United have been told that summer transfer target Adam Lallana will not come cheap because of a sell-on clause in his contract.

The England international played for Bournemouth as a junior, and the Cherries will receive 25% of any fee that the Saints receive if he leaves the club.

The Daily Mail

Tottenham Hotspur boss Tim Sherwood fears that the club may well lose Christian Eriksen at the end of the season.

The Danish international has been in fine form at White Hart Lane, and with Spurs set to miss out on the Champions League, he fears clubs might come calling.

TV3/Sky Sports

Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu has revealed that the club are ready to offer Lionel Messi a new contact - despite his current deal running until 2018.

The Argentine superstar has been linked with the likes of Manchester City, but the La Liga giants have no plans to let the player leave the club for a European rival.


Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are the latest European clubs to join the race for Hakan Calhanoglu, according to the player's father.

Both Arsenal and Chelsea have been linked with moves for the Hamburg star, but now clubs in Spain are starting to take notice of his performances for the Bundesliga side.

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