What the papers say Ryan Fraser looks likely to be leaving Bournemouth but his destination is not north London, as had been predicted. The Daily Mirror, which cites TalkSport, says Liverpool are in advanced talks to secure the Scotland winger in the January transfer window. Arsenal had been interested in the 25-year-old after he had the second-highest number of assists in the Premier League last season. But his form has not continued this season and Bournemouth are keen to trade him before his contract expires next summer, with a swap with on-loan Reds winger Harry Wilson rolled into the deal.
Captain Andy Robertson is among a trio of withdrawals ahead of Scotland’s Euro 2020 qualifying double-header against Cyprus and Kazakhstan.
What the papers say Arsenal have been linked with Paris St Germain defender Thomas Meunier after the Belgian admitted he was “frustrated” at his lack of game time, Inside Futbol reports. The right-back scored in PSG’s 3-0 Champions League win over Real Madrid on Wednesday night, but has sat on the bench as an unused substitute for the club’s past three league games. With Arsenal still needing to shore up their defence, and with Meunier’s contract expiring next summer, he has been tipped to leave Paris in January.
What the papers say Manchester United are moving closer to bidding for Jadon Sancho as Borussia Dortmund’s England forward refuses to rule out a move away from the Bundesliga next summer, the Metro reports. United attempted to sign the 19-year-old last close season, but Sancho opted to stay with Dortmund for another year of development. However, United’s interest has not waned, and the club are reportedly keen to sign the winger next summer, hoping they can offer him the lure of Champions League football.
What the papers say Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson is being watched by Manchester United as part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s strategy to recruit young British players, according to The Sun. The United manager is also interested in England internationals including Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho, 19, and Leicester’s 22-year-old attacking midfielder James Maddison. Wilson, 27, has plenty of strike power of his own, having scored 17 goals since the start of 2018-2019.
What the papers say Willian has told Chelsea that he wants to stay at Stamford Bridge where he has enjoyed a “perfect” career, the Daily Express reports. The Brazilian is in the final year of his contract and had been linked to numerous European clubs as he has not been offered a new deal by the Blues. But the forward, 31, has been told by manager Frank Lampard that he is an important part of Chelsea’s future. The winger said: “From my side, I want to stay. I have one year left and I want to stay because I like to play for Chelsea.”
Everton manager Marco Silva admits he is concerned by the club’s poor away form in the Premier League.
Callum Wilson sent a timely reminder to England manager Gareth Southgate with a brace to help earn Bournemouth a much-needed 3-1 win over Everton in the Premier League.
Former Aberdeen winger Ryan Fraser calls on Tartan Army backing for Scotland’s crucial Hampden tie with Russia
Ryan Fraser admits it is imperative Scotland take points off Russia at Hampden to keep their Euro 2020 automatic qualification hopes alive.
Steve Clarke’s new rule about Scotland players eating together has given Ryan Fraser food for thought.
Ryan Fraser is destined to be an outstanding player for one of England's top clubs.
Ryan Fraser reckons Kris Boyd’s comments have added extra spice to Aberdeen’s upcoming trip to Rugby Park
Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser believes Kilmarnock forward Kris Boyd will regret criticising the Aberdeen trio who were selected for Scotland.
Bournemouth midfielder Ryan Fraser hopes winning a first Scotland cap against Canada tonight will go some way to repaying his parents for the sacrifices they undertook to help him become a footballer.
Bournemouth midfielder Ryan Fraser says his first call-up to the Scotland squad felt like further vindication that he made the right decision to leave Aberdeen.
Aberdeen forward Jayden Stockley insists Ryan Fraser is something special as the Bournemouth midfielder prepares to make his international debut tomorrow.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Fraser is confident he can replicate his success at Premier League newcomers Bournemouth by helping Ipswich Town into the top flight of English football.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Fraser's hopes of making his Premier League debut with Bournemouth have been dashed after he was sent on loan to Championship club Ipswich Town.
Former Aberdeen youngster Ryan Fraser is set to join English Championship side Ipswich as part of the deal which will see Bournemouth sign promising full back Tyrone Mings.
Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee believes former Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Fraser can force his way into the senior squad by continuing to impress for the under-21s.