Paper talks: Wilfried Zaha takes legal actions against his agent for failing to materialize a deal out of Crystal palace last summer

Paper talks Wilfried Zaha takes legal actions against his agent for failing to materialize a deal of Crystal palace last summer
LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 05: Wilfried Zaha of Crystal Palace reacts during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Crystal Palace at London Stadium on October 05, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Paper talks: We take a look at the headlines for today as Wilfried Zaha angrily sues his agent for failing to manufacture a deal for him to leave the club during the summer transfer window.


  • Sean Longstaff has been greatly applauded by former Manchester United midfielder, Michael Carrick for his recent performance against the Red Devils.
  • Juventus defender, Matthijs De Ligt debunks claims of Maurizio Sarri having told him to lose weight.
  • Manchester City’s Ilkay Gundogan admits Liverpool’s lead can still go further as he fears the Citizens might lose yet another point.


  • England medical team to keep an eye on Marcus Rashford’s fitness ahead of Qualifying Euro 2o20 clash against Czech Republic.
  • Unique Sports Management’s Will Salthouse who is also Wilfried Zaha’s agent has been slammed legal actions by the Ivorian for failing to force a move out of the Eagles last summer.


  • Manchester City’s Ederson has admitted Aymeric Laporte’s injury would only worsen issues at Etihad stadium.
  • “You’re going to get me the sack” – Ole Solskjaer tells his flop squad after losing to relegation prone Newcastle United.


  • Amendments on the ‘leave via nearest line’ policy as Referees have been updated not to order player to leave near nearest line, if it can cause quarrel with opponents.


  • Chelsea’s Fikayo Tomori disclosed that before signing England National team he had given his national duty a great thought.

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