Robbie Brady for Leicester? And other football rumours from the media

Robbie Brady for Leicester? And other football rumours from the media

The Sun claims Leicester are in pole position to sign Ireland winger Robbie Brady from Norwich.

German publication Kicker reports that Manchester United have made an improved offer of £35m to Borussia Dortmund for attacking midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola will try to complete moves for Everton defender John Stones and Celta Vigo striker NOLITO, claims the Manchester Evening News.

The Liverpool Echo reports that new Everton boss Ronald Koeman is interested in signing Rennes winger Kamil Grosicki.

Inter Milan honorary president Massimo Moratti has called on the club to sign West Ham's Dimitri Payet after new Chinese owners handed the club huge transfer funds, according to the Daily Mirror.

More in this Section

Laois's one-point win keeps them in Division 1 hurling for another yearLaois's one-point win keeps them in Division 1 hurling for another year

Dublin sucker Donegal with late onslaught stealing one-point winDublin sucker Donegal with late onslaught stealing one-point win

Cork footballers make it four from four after tight Tipp tussleCork footballers make it four from four after tight Tipp tussle

Jesus spares Aguero’s blushes as Manchester City edge victory at LeicesterJesus spares Aguero’s blushes as Manchester City edge victory at Leicester


Lifestyle

Another episode, another incredible Cork woman. The tale of Mother Jones, the famous union organiser and activist against child labour in 19th century America.Five things for the week ahead: RTÉ showcase another incredible Cork woman

Holger Smyth part-owns and runs Inanna Rare Books, which has recently opened a ‘rare book lounge’ at the former Hawthorn creamery near Drimoleague, Co Cork.We sell books: Cream of the book crop sold from former co-op

Milton Jones talks hecklers, Hawaiian shirts and the world’s favourite clever Irishman with Richard FitzpatrickMilton Jones: When one line will do just fine

After almost 70 years of trying the search goes on, but so far nothing has been found.Sky Matters: Whether we are alone in the Universe has exercised many great minds

More From The Irish Examiner