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Raheem Sterling and David de Gea lead the transfer speculation on Wednesday.

What the papers say

Real Madrid are ready to swoop for Raheem Sterling after his impressive England display in Seville, the Mail reports. The Manchester City forward bagged a brace in the 3-2 Nations League victory over Spain on Monday, putting Madrid on alert. Sterling has 18 months remaining on his contract at the Etihad Stadium, with negotiations said to be continuing with the Premier League club.

Players to watch

Angel Di Maria: The 30-year-old could be open to a return to the Premier League, The Sun reports. After departing Manchester United for Paris St Germain in 2015, the midfielder is said to be ready to leave Ligue 1 at the end of his contract next season, with negotiations with foreign clubs a possibility in January, the paper says.

Angel Di Maria, right, could return to England (Martin Rickett/PA)

Marcos Alonso: The 27-year-old is near to completing a contract extension at Chelsea, the Evening Standard reports. The defender has impressed at Stamford Bridge under both former coach Antonio Conte and now in Maurizio Sarri’s set-up, with a deal set be finalised in the next few days, the paper reports.

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