There’s transfer gossip and reaction to Manchester City’s recent signings in Saturday morning’s newspaper round-up.

One media outlet claims Pep Guardiola’s side are interested in a young goalkeeper, while elsewhere, former Tottenham boss, Tim Sherwood, has been full of praise for City’s approach to the transfer market.

So, let’s see what’s been written…

Transfer gossip

Goal: Liverpool & Man City eye Fenerbahce goalkeeper Ozer

Writes Emre Sarigul: “Manchester City, Liverpool and Basel are monitoring Fenerbahce goalkeeper Berke Ozer, a source close to the player revealed to Goal.

“The three clubs have made enquiries to Ozer's representatives regarding his current situation and availability.

“Ozer is viewed as an investment for the future and would be loaned out if he were to leave Fenerbahce to gain first-team experience.

“The 19-year-old joined the Turkish club from the highly-acclaimed Altinordu academy as one of the top talents in Turkish football.”

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Daily Star: How much Everton will pay for Brazil ace Reinier - Man City and Real Madrid also keen

Writes Rhys Turrell: “Globo Esporte report European giants AC Milan, Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid are all keen, along with Premier League champions Manchester City.

“Reinier is said to have a €70m (£63m) release clause in his Flamengo contract.”


Premier League: Rodri reflects bright future for Man City

Tim Sherwood: “It's so good, the way they do their business. They're going to miss Vincent Kompany now but they've already bedded defenders in.

“It's like with Bernardo [Silva]. We know David Silva can't go on for ever, it's going to be his last season. But Bernardo's already established himself as a world-class player in the Premier League.

“They do it so well. They've got a plan and they've got the best manager I've ever seen orchestrating it.

“[Rodri] is going to be a replacement for Fernandinho eventually. I think [Guardiola] will bed him in very slowly, like he did with Bernardo. But this guy is cultured.”

That’s all for today, but we’ll be back with more newspaper talk at the same time tomorrow.