Football rumours: Phil Foden agrees new deal with Manchester City

What the papers say

Phil Foden and Manchester City are said to have agreed new contract terms for the 22-year-old midfielder. The Daily Mail says the two sides have negotiated a deal worth around £225,000 a week – more than seven times his current salary. The contract is rumored to have a six-year term, with the official announcement expected to take place in the coming days.

Staying with City, The Times reports club bosses have opened talks with Belgian side Anderlecht over the defender Sergio Gomez. The 21-year-old is seen as a potential backup should City fail to target their main target, Brighton’s Marc Cucurella.

RB Leipzig’s Angelino (Nick Potts/PA) (PA Archive)

According to the Daily Mail, Brighton have arranged a replacement for Cucurella, should he leave, in RB Leipzig’s Angelino. Citing Sky Sports Germany, the newspaper said the move would make sense for the 25-year-old, after the Bundesliga club bought Germany international David Raum on a five-year contract from Hoffenheim.

The Guardian reports Chelsea are interested in signing the 25-year-old Southampton defender Kyle Walker-Peters.

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James Maddison plays for Leicester (Mike Egerton / PA) (PA wire)

James Maddison: Sky Sports reports Leicester have turned down a second offer from Newcastle for their England midfielder.

Mikkel Damsgaard: Sky also reports that the Sampdoria midfielder is going to Brentford in a deal worth £16.7m.

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