Manchester United set price for Nani in transfer round-up (1)

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With the summer transfer window now in full swing, speculation over the futures of hundreds of players continues to fill column inches in national newspapers.

Unsurprisingly, it’s the big clubs who dominate, with Manchester United at the forefront of it all following the arrival of Louis van Gaal.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has suggested that his side’s business is done, but that won’t stop the transfer links coming before the window slams shut on September 2nd.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has already drafted in a couple of big names, but there might be more on the horizon at the Emirates Stadium, whilst Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur are both expected to be busy for different reasons.

Over in Europe, Real Madrid and Barcelona are looking to close the small gap to Atletico Madrid in La Liga, and it all means fun and games for fans both in England and Spain.

And so, without further ado, here are what the papers are saying today…

The Sunday Express

AC Milan want to sign Luis Nani from Manchester United, but are unhappy at the asking price.

The Red Devils want £11million for the Portuguese winger, and the Italian giants are ready to play the waiting game in order to see the price lowered.

Chelsea have been dealt a potential blow with news that Mohamed Salah may have to complete military service.

The Egyptian Minister of Higher Education has rescinded his registration for an education scheme, which subsequently allows the player to travel abroad.

If the 22-year-old does have to return to his homeland, then manager Mourinho may have to reconsider his decision to not sign any more players this summer.

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