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Press Gossip - 2023

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Manchester United have started to make attempts to find out what it will take to sign Harry Kane with expectation increasing that the striker will not sign a new Tottenham contract this summer.
Mauricio Pochettino is in final negotiations with Chelsea to become the club's permanent head coach with the Argentine set to be followed into Stamford Bridge by his four-man brains trust.
Steve Cooper ordered Jonjo Shelvey to stay at home last weekend after the Nottingham Forest midfielder's furious reaction to being named as a substitute.
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is to host next season's European rugby finals.
Mens' tennis is planning to emulate the PGA Tour by bringing in a new payment structure, with bands of guaranteed income for the top 250 or 300 players in the world.

THE SUN
Sky Sports senior reporter Melissa Reddy explains how Mauricio Pochettino has become the frontrunner to become Chelsea manager and believes the move makes sense for both parties

Mauricio Pochettino is hoping to land the Chelsea job this week.
Alejandro Garnacho could miss Manchester United's FA Cup final to play in the U20 World Cup for Argentina.
Manchester United are keeping tabs on Neymar, French reports say.
Bruno Fernandes' wife Ana Pinho has posted a picture of the Portuguese star with a protective boot and crutches.
Manchester City will battle Premier League rivals to sign £40m Napoli centre-back Min-Jae Kim - dubbed 'The Monster'.
Newcastle are reportedly plotting a move for Barcelona star Raphinha as they target "three or four" major transfer signings.

DAILY MAIL
Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Newcastle are chasing 16-year-old Croatian wonderkid Luka Vuskovic.
171 Juventus supporters have been banned by Italian police after an investigation into the racist abuse directed at Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku during the Coppa Italia semi-final first leg earlier this month.
Over 30 representatives from different clubs went to Blackburn Rovers' 1-1 draw with Coventry City last week - and many had eyes on one man, Adam Wharton.
Liverpool scout Paul Goldrick, who was in the stands on Friday, has been a regular at Inter Milan games this season reporting on Nicolo Barella.
Leeds United, who have looked at a number of Barcelona fringe players, may boost Barca's finances slightly as they are keen on 19-year-old Spain youth international Ilias Akhomach.
Newcastle have joined the queue for Celta Vigo prospect Gabri Veiga.
Aston Villa are keeping a watchful eye on Giovani Lo Celso's performances at Villarreal.
Crystal Palace had a delegation in Brazil last week to discuss a potential move for Flamengo midfielder Matheus Franca.
Blackpool, Birmingham, Wigan and Portsmouth are keeping an eye on Larne striker Lee Bonis.
Manchester United scout Tommy Moller Neilsen ran the rule over 17-year-old Djurgardens midfielder Lucas Bergvall on Sunday during his side's win over Gothenburg.

DAILY MIRROR
Manchester United striker Wout Weghorst has admitted he felt sorry for Solly March after the Brighton winger missed from the spot following his 'kiss of death' in the FA Cup semi-final shoot-out.

THE ATHLETIC
The FA Cup final between Manchester City and Manchester United is set for an earlier kick-off time, with the Football Association and the Met Police due to hold talks this week.
Southampton academy director Matt Hale will leave at the end of the season.
FIFA has received four expressions of interest from prospective host nations for the 2027 Women's World Cup - Brazil, South Africa, a joint bid from Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany and a joint bid from the United States and Mexico.
Caglar Soyuncu is expected to sign a pre-contract agreement to join Atletico Madrid at the end of the season.

THE GUARDIAN
Wilfried Zaha is weighing up a new four-year contract offer worth more than £10m a season to stay at Crystal Palace amid interest from Arsenal, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain but wants assurances over the club's ambition to qualify for European competition before signing.
The president of LaLiga, Javier Tebas, said the European Club Association does not represent the best interests of domestic leagues as he helped to launch a union that will aim to "give a voice" to more than 1,000 clubs across the continent.

EVENING STANDARD
Mason Mount has resumed talks with Todd Boehly over his Chelsea future.

DAILY RECORD
Motherwell have turned down a significant six-figure offer for red-hot striker Kevin van Veen from Chinese side Changchun Yatai.
Wigan Athletic have opened the door for Aberdeen to sign captain Graeme Shinnie on a permanent basis.

SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers are closing in on a deal for goalkeeper Jack Butland.
Rangers are considering a move for Nigerian prodigy Miracle Oguduba after he impressed in a behind-closed-doors match against Chelsea's development squad, reports suggest.



Manchester United are ramping up their efforts to sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane this summer, with the 29-year-old England captain expected to not sign a new contract with his boyhood club. (The Telegraph)

United will increase Kane's current £200,000-a-week contract at Spurs to £300,000 if he moves to Old Trafford this summer, with the club also trying to tie down fellow England forward Marcus Rashford, 25, to new terms by also offering a £300,000-a-week deal. (Sun)

Crystal Palace and Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha has been offered a new contract worth £200,000 a week by the Eagles. The 30-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season, attracting interest from Arsenal, Chelsea and Paris St-Germain. (Guardian)

AC Milan have put a price tag of £35m on Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana, with Chelsea reported to be targeting the 27-year-old. (Goal)

Manchester United have joined Chelsea in monitoring Brazil forward Neymar, with the 31-year-old expected to leave Paris St-Germain this summer. (Foot Mercato - in French)

Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 33, is Barcelona's top target for a Nou Camp return this summer to provide back-up for Poland's Robert Lewandowski. (Sky Sports)

Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino, 31, is keen on joining Barcelona when his contract expires at the end of the season - but the Spanish club are not interested in signing the Brazil international. (Marca)

Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, 24, will leave the Seagulls this summer but plans to stay in the Premier League. Liverpool lead the chase for the Argentina World Cup winner, but Tottenham, Chelsea and Newcastle have also registered interest. (90 Min)

Borussia Dortmund are keeping tabs on 23-year-old Chelsea and England midfielder Conor Gallagher who is valued at around 50m euros (£44m). (Sky Sports Germany)

Spain midfielder Gavi, 18, has reassured Barcelona he has no plans to leave the Nou Camp this summer, despite not yet agreeing a new contract and being watched by a number of clubs across Europe, including Chelsea. (Sport)

Manchester City will compete with Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham to sign South Korea centre-back Kim Min-jae, 26, from Napoli for £40m. (Sun)

Spain defender Aymeric Laporte, 28, is unhappy at Manchester City after struggling for regular starts and wants to join Barcelona. (Relevo - in Spanish)

Newcastle United are planning to bring Barcelona's former Leeds United winger Raphinha back to the Premier League. The 27-year-old Brazil international could be joined at St James' Park by Turkey defender Arda Guler, 18, and his midfield team-mate Ferdi Kadioglu, 23, from Fenerbahce. (Mirror)

Aston Villa are keen on signing Argentina midfielder Giovani lo Celso, 27, who is on loan at Villarreal from Tottenham and played under Villa boss Unai Emery at the Spanish club. (Daily Mail)

Brighton have been joined by Aston Villa in scouting Valencia's Portuguese midfielder Andre Almeida, 22. (Daily Mail)

Newcastle United and Borussia Dortmund are among the clubs monitoring the situation of Leeds' Dutch winger Crysencio Summerville, 21. (Football Insider)

Chelsea are close to finalising the signing of Portuguese winger Diego Moreira, 18, from Benfica. (90min)

Newcastle and Manchester United scouts were watching Slovenia forward Benjamin Sesko, 19, play for Red Bull Salzburg at the weekend. (90min)

Liverpool and Chelsea have joined Manchester City in the race to sign 16-year-old Croatian centre-back Luka Vuskovic from Hajduk Split. (Daily Mail)

Arsenal are set to revive their interest in Wolves' Portugal forward Pedro Neto, 23. (TeamTalk)
 

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Liverpool want to sign Manchester City midfielder Kalvin Phillips in the summer and the 27-year-old England international is open to the move. (Star)

Chelsea will hold talks with Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, who is on loan at Inter Milan, and will ask the 29-year-old if he wants to revive his Blues career under prospective new manager Mauricio Pochettino. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Interim Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is open to speaking to Pochettino about the Blues squad to help the expected transition to the Argentine taking charge be as smooth as possible. (Evening Standard)

England midfielder Mason Mount has one year left on his contract and is yet to sign a new deal with Chelsea. Liverpool, Manchester United and Newcastle are all interested in the 24-year-old. (Mail Sport)

Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester United are ready to swoop for Fulham's Portugal midfielder Joao Palhinha, 27, this summer. (Football Insider)

Chelsea are interested in signing Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana, 27, from Inter Milan and could use their Spain goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, 28, as part of the deal. (Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)

Dutch midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, who has been linked with Liverpool, says he wants more first-team football at Bayern Munich next season and the 20-year-old will wait to see what happens at the German club. (Voetbal International - in Dutch)

Newcastle United boss Eddie Howe will have a transfer budget of up to £150m to spend this summer with Arsenal and Scotland left-back Kieran Tierney, 25, among the targets. (Sun)**

Newcastle
are monitoring Roma's Brazil centre-back Roger Ibanez, 24. (Nicolo Schira)

Newcastle will consider selling French winger Allan Saint-Maximin, 26, this summer. (Football Insider)

Reece James' injury record could prevent Real Madrid from following up their interest in Chelsea's England right-back and making an attempt to sign the 23-year-old. (AS - in Spanish)

Barcelona are 'leaving no stone unturned' in their bid to re-sign Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 35, from Paris St-Germain but a deal will not be straightforward to complete. (90min)

Brentford boss Thomas Frank has dismissed rumours that 20-year-old Scotland full-back Aaron Hickey could be heading for Manchester City his summer. (Sky Sports)

Manchester United are close to agreeing a new contract with long-serving Spain goalkeeper David de Gea but could offer a contract extension on a lower salary with United reportedly preparing to replace the 32-year-old as first-choice goalkeeper. (Express)

Rangers are closing in on a deal to sign former England goalkeeper Jack Butland, 30, who has spent the season on loan at Manchester United from Crystal Palace. (Scottish Sun)

Manchester United are ready to pay the 10m euro (£8.8m) release clause of Croatia goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic, to sign the 28-year-old from Dinamo Zagreb. (Sportske Novosti - in Croatian)

RB Leipzig have made a final contract extension offer to Spain forward Dani Olmo, whose current deal runs out in summer 2024, but the German club will look to sell the 24-year-old this summer if he chooses not to sign it. (Sky Sport Germany)

Wrexham co-owner Rob McElhenney has made a cheeky attempt to convince former Wales forward Gareth Bale, 33, to come out of retirement and play for the Red Dragons in League Two next season. (Wales Online)
 

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Currently on loan at Inter in Serie A, Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku will reportedly be given the option of reviving his career at Stamford Bridge under possible new boss Mauricio Pochettino, with the club keen to sort players who would benefit from his management. (Telegraph)

After ending interest in a summer move for Jude Bellingham, Liverpool have reportedly targeted England international Kalvin Phillips as an alternative. (Mirror)

Interim Blues boss Frank Lampard is likely to keep his position despite poor results and the growing rumours of Pochettino taking over. (Sun)

Reports suggest that, in an attempt to sign Inter goalkeeper Andre Onana, Chelsea are willing to part with Spain international Kepa Arrizabalaga as part of a deal. (Mail)

With Dean Henderson likely to depart this summer, Manchester United are reportedly interested in a move for Dinamo Zagreb number one, Dominik Livakovic. (Sun)

Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes is set to miss Thursday's clash against Tottenham. (Mirror)

Eddie Howe's Newcastle are said to be interested in a £31m deal for Inter midfielder Marcelo Brozovic. (Sun)

With a new manager on the horizon, Chelsea are reportedly assessing forward Joao Felix's future, with Pochettino said to be key in whether the club retains him or not. (Evening Standard)

Villareal's Samuel Chukwueze is reportedly the target of a transfer race for multiple Premier League clubs, including Arsenal. (Sun)

Barcelona star and Chelsea target Gavi has reportedly confirmed his future plans, and it is likely to put an end to the Blues' pursuit of the Spain international.(Sun)

Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch has made his frustrations known about his lack of minutes so far, with Liverpool amongst the interested parties for him. (Mirror)

Wrexham owner Rob McElhenney has reportedly made an audacious decision to convince former Madrid and Tottenham star Gareth Bale, to come out of retirement. (Sun)


Manchester United want to sign 29-year-old England striker Harry Kane, but will walk away and pursue other options rather than get involved in a lengthy battle over transfer fees with Tottenham. (Star)

Sir Jim Ratcliffe will allow Manchester United's owners, the Glazer family, to keep 20% of the club as part of his latest offer. (Times - subscription required)

Mauricio Pochettino is not using an agent as he negotiates the finer details of his appointment as Chelsea's next head coach. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Pochettino has reached a verbal agreement with Chelsea to take over as the club's next manager. (Talksport)

Spain goalkeeper David Raya and England striker Ivan Toney, both 27, are being monitored by Chelsea for a summer transfer from Brentford. (Football London)

Chelsea are set to meet Inter Milan to discuss the future of 29-year-old Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, who is currently on loan with the Serie A club, as well as the possibility of signing Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana, 27. (Evening Standard)

Liverpool could spend big on Inter Milan and Italy midfielder Nicolo Barella, 26, despite ruling out signing England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, this summer because of Borussia Dortmund's high asking price. (Sport Mediaset via Express)

Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle are all interested in 26-year-old Brazil forward Raphinha, who Barcelona may be willing to offload to free up finances to re-sign Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 35, from Paris St-Germain. (AS - in Spanish)

Aston Villa are interested in Arsenal and England midfielder Emile Smith Rowe, 22, who is "disappointed" with his lack of first-team opportunities at the Gunners. (Football 365)

Brighton are confident they will be able to agree an improved contract with 25-year-old Japan midfielder Kaoru Mitoma, who has been linked with Arsenal. (Football Insider)

AC Milan's Portugal forward Rafael Leao, 23, has turned down offers to join Real Madrid and Chelsea. (La Gazetta dello Sport - in Italian)

Meanwhile, Milan could offer to swap Belgium midfielder Charles de Ketelaere, 22, for West Ham and Italy striker Gianluca Scamacca, 24, in the summer transfer window. (Telelombardia, via Inside Futbol)

MLS commissioner Don Garber says it will take a "clever" league-wide effort to get a deal done to bring Paris St-Germain and Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 35, to the United States. (Goal)

Leicester City centre-back Caglar Soyuncu will join Atletico Madrid on a free transfer in the summer when the 26-year-old Turkey international's contract with the Foxes ends. (Fabrizio Romano)
 

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DAILY TELEGRAPH

The Qatari group led by Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani will table a third and final offer for Manchester United on Friday bolstered by fresh assurances that the government will not block its proposed takeover at Old Trafford.
Tottenham Hotspur have put Julian Nagelsmann at the top of a four-man shortlist for their next head coach.
Arsenal will step up their transfer planning ahead of the summer window after guaranteeing their place in next season's Champions League, with Declan Rice high on the list of targets as they look to recruit at least one high-class midfielder.
Arsenal have also held exploratory conversations regarding Mason Mount, who is approaching the final year of his contract at Chelsea. Mount is also a target for Liverpool.
Exeter hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie was "placed in the drunk tank" in France after being stopped by police for "public drunkenness" at 4:30am.
The Rugby Football Union has approached Leicester Tigers over appointing Tom Harrison as England scrum coach ahead of the World Cup.
Snooker's World Championship could yet follow the football World Cup to Qatar, according to Barry Hearn.

THE TIMES
The FA has proposed a radical plan that will allow Premier League and Sky Bet Championship clubs to sign more promising overseas players if they give increased playing time to English-qualified stars.
Andy Murray has admitted his French Open participation is uncertain after suffering his worst ATP Tour defeat on clay on Thursday.
LIV Golf players could be slapped with million-pound retrospective fines as the DP World Tour chiefs consider their next moves in golf's power struggle.

THE SUN
Joao Felix looks set to stay at Chelsea for another year even though the club will not be playing in the Champions League.
Former Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo has launched a scathing attack at old team-mate Harry Maguire.
David Moyes faces an FA charge after accusing VAR of "disrespecting" West Ham.
Mateo Kovacic reportedly wants to leave Chelsea this summer as former boss Thomas Tuchel eyes him up as a Bayern Munich target.
Mauricio Pochettino has already got transfer plans in the works as he targets Brentford players David Raya and Ivan Toney as well as a new deep-lying midfielder, reports say.

DAILY MAIL
Roberto De Zerbi is planning talks with Brighton owner Tony Bloom to understand how the club can build on their performances this season.
Manchester United midfielder Casemiro has emerged a shock transfer target for Thomas Tuchel at Bayern Munich ahead of this summer, according to reports.
Arsenal are reportedly interested in making a move to sign 23-year-old centre-forward Lois Openda from high-flying Ligue 1 team Lens this summer.
Harry Redknapp has suggested Harry Kane could make the daring switch to leave Tottenham and move across London to a different Premier League club.
Daniel Levy's efforts to stop Harry Kane from joining Manchester United this summer are set to be complicated by Mauricio Pochettino's imminent appointment by Chelsea.
Manchester United players will receive pay rises of up to 20 per cent if they seal a return to the Champions League.
Sheffield United's players have raised concerns about whether the club will honour promotion bonuses worth £8m after securing their return to the Premier League.

DAILY MIRROR
Barcelona are hoping to re-sign Lionel Messi this summer and the LaLiga club are making huge cuts in an attempt to comply with the league's strict Financial Fair Play rules.
Jermaine Jenas says Harry Kane "deserves better" than suffering Tottenham's ongoing mess - and has questioned the club's stance on Mauricio Pochettino.
Victor Osimhen's representatives have denied there has been contact with PSG amid continued doubt over the player's future at Napoli.

THE GUARDIAN
The protracted Manchester United takeover saga should move a step closer to resolution over the next 24 hours with bidders being told to submit their third and best offer for the club by 10pm on Friday.
The German second division club Fortuna Dusseldorf will be offering free tickets to all fans in some matches next season as part of a new strategy of anchoring the club tighter to the city and fans.

THE ATHLETIC
Brighton are confident of extending Joel Veltman's stay at the club.
FC Barcelona's Spanish television channel Barca TV is set to be cancelled as a cost-cutting measure, with the decision set to be formally announced in the coming weeks.

DAILY EXPRESS
The Football Association will press ahead with plans to host the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium despite a train strike causing chaos for fans of Manchester United and Manchester City.

SCOTTISH SUN
Celtic are keeping tabs on prolific Greece-based striker Levi Garcia as they ponder their squad improvements for next season.
Dundee United boss Jim Goodwin is wanted by two English League One clubs.
Ryan Kent is a target for Fenerbahce, according to reports.

DAILY RECORD
Rangers have fought off stiff English Premier League interest to sign Jack Wyllie and Calum Adamson on professional contracts.
David Wagner insists he doesn't like talking about those who are out contract - but there are things happening behind the scenes at Norwich City with regards potential Rangers target Kieran Dowell.
Rangers boss Michael Beale will make a fresh move to land Morgan Whittaker this summer.
Lee Johnson says Hibs' hunt for a director of football is almost done.
Rangers have returned to the status of having a platinum SFA club licence.


Real Madrid officials will travel to Germany this week in a bid to convince Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, to join the Spanish club this summer. (Marca - in Spanish)

West Ham and England midfielder Declan Rice, 24, is at the top of Arsenal's transfer list this summer. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Manchester United and Brazil midfielder Casemiro, 31, is a summer transfer target for Thomas Tuchel at Bayern Munich. (Kicker - in German)

Bayern boss Tuchel is also keen to re-unite with Chelsea and Croatia midfielder Mateo Kovacic, 28. (Sport1 - in German)

Bayern, though, have no intention of selling 20-year-old Netherlands midfielder Ryan Gravenberch this summer, despite interest from Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal. (CaughtOffside)

Former Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann is at the top of a four-man shortlist to become Tottenham Hotspur's next manager but the German, 35, may prove too expensive for the Londoners. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Former Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has urged Nagelsmann to become the next Tottenham boss. (Guardian, via Sky Sports Germany)

Manchester City are looking into a deal for Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney, with Aston Villa and Newcastle United also interested in the 25-year-old Scotland international. (Football Insider)

Aston Villa are weighing up a move for Brentford and England striker Ivan Toney, 27. (Football Insider)

Portugal forward Joao Felix will not return to Atletico Madrid in the summer, with the 23-year-old set to extend his loan deal at Chelsea. (Sun)

Brighton are closing in on deal to sign 21-year-old Brazilian striker Joao Pedro from Watford. (Fabrizio Romano)

Brighton boss Roberto de Zerbi is planning talks with the club's hierarchy about how to take the south-coast side forward, with the Italian keen for more control when it comes to recruitment. (Mail)

Napoli will not trigger the 30m euro (£26.5m) option to buy to sign France midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, 26, from Tottenham on a permanent deal. (Nicolo Schira)

Manchester United are preparing a bid for Monaco's Brazilian right-back Vanderson, 21, but could face competition from several other Premier League sides. (RMC Sport via Sun)

AC Milan are monitoring the situation of Arsenal's 23-year-old English winger Reiss Nelson, who is yet to sign a new contract with the Gunners. (Calciomercato via Football Italia - in Italian)

AC Milan are also interested in Chelsea and England midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 27. (90min)

Brentford, Fulham and Brighton have all been scouting Ghana forward Joseph Paintsil, 25, who has scored 14 goals for Belgian leaders Genk this season. (Telegraph - subscription required)
 

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Manchester United will make a sensational move for PSG star Neymar if the Qatari bidders are successful in their takeover.
Mikel Arteta is reconsidering Arsenal's summer transfer strategy following this week's painful defeat at Manchester City.
Raheem Sterling admits it will take time for Chelsea to get back on top of English football.
Mason Greenwood has told pals he will never play for Manchester United again.
Kaveh Solhekol explains the latest on the final bids for the sale of Manchester United as the deadline to submit to the Raine Group passes

THE ATHLETIC
Brighton are preparing a move to sign Liverpool midfielder James Milner as a free agent this summer.
Former Juventus and Tottenham Hotspur director Fabio Paratici has had his ban partially reduced on appeal by FIFA, allowing him to continue to work in football in some capacity.
Manchester United and Arsenal will meet in New York this summer as part of their 2023-24 pre-season preparations.
Marco Silva has reiterated the need for Fulham to invest in the squad during the summer transfer window following a strong first season back in the Premier League.
Leicester City's Kelechi Iheanacho is set to be out for "a number of weeks" following the striker tearing his adductor muscle.
Leicester City manager Dean Smith admits the tear to Kelechi Iheanacho's adductor hasn't totally ruled him out of the rest of the season, but fears it will be difficult to have him back in the team by the season's end.

THE TIMES
Mauricio Pochettino could be offered the Chelsea job by Saturday night as senior figures from the west London club are set to meet in Los Angeles to make a final decision on the head coach vacancy.
English football clubs' sponsorship deals with shadowy betting platforms appear to have escaped a crackdown by the government in its proposed changes to gambling laws.
Fifa's new exams for agents sorted out those who did their revision and those who thought it would be plain sailing, as 52 per cent of the 3,800 hopefuls who sat the test passed.
Mark Ives, the general manager of the National League, says the possibility of runners-up Notts County failing to win promotion to League Two despite being 25 points ahead of the third-placed side underlines why the top two should be promoted automatically.
The Russian energy giant Gazprom, which bankrolls the International Boxing Association (IBA), is reported to have its own private army involved in Russian attacks on Ukraine.


DAILY EXPRESS
Eintracht Frankfurt sporting director Markus Krosche is reportedly set to snub the chance to join Chelsea due to the 'overbearing presence' of Todd Boehly.
Mykhaylo Mudryk risks falling down the pecking order at Chelsea if the club pushes on with their pursuit of AC Milan star Rafael Leao.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Harry Kane is open to seeing out his Tottenham deal as one of his options with interest in the England captain set to intensify this summer.
Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason refused to be drawn on Harry Kane's future, but says he's loved by everyone at the club.
Everton's relegation-threatened squad is split between players who are facing significant pay cuts if the club go down and others who do not need to worry about a potential salary reduction.
The Glazer family will decide whether to sell Manchester United over the coming days in what could be a watershed moment for Britain's biggest club after final takeover bids were submitted on Friday night.

DAILY MAIL
Manchester City are reportedly exploring the possibility of signing out-of-favour full-back Kieran Tierney from Arsenal in the summer.
Allianz, the German insurance giant, is reported to be one of several companies in contention to takeover as Chelsea's principal shirt sponsor from next season.
Chelsea re-hire physio Jose Calvarro just seven months after his Todd Boehly-forced exit left several players unhappy - with some believing the club's medical staff overall aiding the Blues' injury crisis and poor season.
Newcastle have reportedly agreed a deal worth £25m-per-year for a Middle Eastern company to become their new principal shirt sponsor.
The days of nattily attired line judges at Wimbledon look to be numbered after it was announced that all main circuit ATP Tour events will have electronic line calling from 2025.
Harry Maguire is growing increasingly fearful he may to have to leave Manchester United this summer due to the lack of faith shown in him by manager Erik Ten Hag.
West Bromwich Albion will launch an immediate fire sale of players as soon as their hopes of qualifying for the Championship play-offs are ended.
Arsenal are prepared to listen to offers for Kieran Tierney and Granit Xhaka this summer.
Manchester United and Chelsea will both look to sign Lille striker Jonathan David this summer, according to reports.

THE GUARDIAN
David Beckham has revealed how living with his "tiring" obsessive compulsive disorder leads him to spending hours cleaning and organising his home while the rest of his family are in bed.

DAILY MIRROR
Ryan Reynolds has promised to give Ben Foster a prop from Hollywood blockbuster Deadpool as a thank you for his Wrexham contribution.
Ed Woodward could be £14m richer when the sale of Manchester United finally goes through.

DAILY STAR
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly expecting a huge bid for Harry Kane from Premier League rivals Chelsea.
Tottenham's Harry Kane believes the team showed they are together and fighting for each other in their comeback against Manchester United.

SCOTTISH SUN
Football chiefs have banned early access to Hampden Park for ultras to lay out banners ahead of Sunday's Old Firm match.
Rangers are reportedly preparing to reignite their interest in Swansea star Morgan Whittaker.

DAILY RECORD
Hearts' crunch third-place game against Aberdeen next month has been moved forward two-and-a-half hours due to Beyonce's concert at Murrayfield on the same day.



Manchester United will make a move for Paris-St Germain and Brazil forward Neymar, 31, if the Qatari bid, led by Sheikh Jassim, for the club is successful. (Sun)

Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, has opted to join Real Madrid but the deal is not done with the Spaniards only willing to pay 120m euros. (AS - in Spanish)

Tottenham are expecting to receive a bid from Chelsea for England striker Harry Kane, 29, with their interest heightened by the expected appointment of Mauricio Pochettino as manager. (Talksport)

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is adamant that he won't sell Kane to Manchester United or Chelsea, with the Red Devils having Napoli and Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen, 24, and Juventus and Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic, 23, on a list of alternatives. (Daily Mail)

Former Tottenham, Real Madrid and Wales forward Gareth Bale, 33, has turned down a plea from Wrexham's Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney to join the newly-promoted club in their return to the Football League. (Sky Sports)

Brighton are preparing to make a move for Liverpool's James Milner, 37, with the former England midfielder out of contract in the summer. (The Athletic - subscription required)

Chelsea are looking into a part-exchange deal for Inter Milan and Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana, 27, but the Italians have no interest in Spain keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, 28. They do admire England defender Trevoh Chalobah, 23, and midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 27, though. (Gazzetta - in Italian)

Chelsea would prefer to sell Croatia midfielder Mateo Kovacic, 28, to a club outside the Premier League with former Blues boss Thomas Tuchel interested in a reunion at Bayern Munich. (Evening Standard)

Liverpool and Arsenal have both prepared offers for Chelsea's England midfielder Mason Mount, who is yet to agree terms on a new contract at Stamford Bridge. The 24-year-old's current deal is due to run out in the summer of 2024. (Football Insider)

Arsenal are considering making a move for Chelsea and France midfielder N'Golo Kante, 32, with the Gunners knowing their London rivals need to reduce their squad size. (Mirror)

West Ham and England midfielder Declan Rice, 24, is Arsenal's main summer transfer target and can be the club's new Patrick Vieira, 18 years after he left the Gunners. (Express)

Paris St-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe is trying to encourage Eintracht Frankfurt forward and France team-mate Randal Kolo Muani, 24, to join the club this summer. (Christian Falk)

Liverpool are closely monitoring Paris St-Germain's Renato Sanches, 25, with the Portugal midfielder set to leave the Ligue 1 club in the summer as part of a major rebuild of the squad. (Football Insider)

Canada striker Jonathan David, 23, is expected to leave French club Lille this summer, which has alerted a number of clubs led by Tottenham, Chelsea and Paris St-Germain. (L'Equipe)

Arsenal could make a move to sign Belgium striker Lois Openda, 23, from French side Lens this summer, although Aston Villa are also keen. (Daily Mail)

Everton are planning a move for Stoke City striker Tyrese Campbell, 23, this summer regardless of whether they secure Premier League survival. (Football Insider)

Arsenal, Newcastle and Aston Villa all scouted Real Valladolid right-back Ivan Fresneda, 18, in Thursday's 2-1 defeat by Valencia. (90min.com)

Newcastle and Crystal Palace are set to miss out on the singing of Rangers and Scotland midfielder Calum Adamson with the 15-year-old poised to sign his first professional contract at the Glasgow club. (Daily Record via Mirror)
 

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THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Manchester United and Chelsea will go head-to-head this summer in a battle to sign Lille striker Jonathan David.
Aston Villa striker Ollie Watkins has emerged as a shock transfer target for Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.
Erik ten Hag has demanded a new No 9 from Manchester United's bosses this summer with England captain Harry Kane remaining their chief target.
Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason refused to be drawn on Harry Kane's future, but says he is loved by everyone at the club
Dream Alliance, the winner of the 2009 Welsh Grand National and inspiration for the 2020 film Dream Horse, has died at the age of 22.
Chelsea plan to hire transfer guru Paul Mitchell to help clear the decks.
Real Madrid are reportedly preparing to send officials to Germany to talk to Jude Bellingham about signing for the club.
Chelsea and Aston Villa are after keeper Stephen McMullan who made his Fleetwood debut last weekend.
Brazilian whizkid Matheus Franca is on the radar of Crystal Palace - if the price is right.
Middlesbrough want to buy striker Cameron Archer from Aston Villa - but will have to find £20m-plus.
West Ham are looking at Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Djibril Sow as a potential replacement for Declan Rice.

MAIL ON SUNDAY
Several senior members of the Chelsea squad, including a number of their recent signings, are regretting their decision to agree long-term contracts and growing concerned about the club's future.
Ineos chief Sir Jim Ratcliffe's offer to buy Manchester United is understood to be worth more than the £5bn offered by the consortium representing Qatar.
Kaveh Solhekol explains the latest on the final bids for the sale of Manchester United as the deadline to submit to the Raine Group passes
Leeds United defender Cody Drameh, who has impressed on loan with Championship play-off side Luton Town this season, is a target for Burnley and Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt.
Marseille manager Igor Tudor could be the man Juventus go after in the summer if Massimiliano Allegri decides to leave his role.
West Ham's vice-chair Baroness Karren Brady would like to broker a deal with main club sponsors Betway to get the gambling firm off the club's shirts and maybe on to the London Stadium roof as part of a naming rights deal.


SUNDAY MIRROR
Chelsea co-owner Behdad Eghbali appeared to confirm the club's move for Mauricio Pochettino as their next manager in a chat with a supporter that has gone viral on social media.
Tim Sherwood believes Mauricio Pochettino is the right man to help Chelsea turn it around
Aston Villa are leading the chase, which involves a number of their Premier League rivals, to sign in-demand Feyenoord captain Orkun Kokcu.
Chris Waddle has urged Harry Kane to move overseas if he decides to leave Tottenham in the summer, rather than sign for Manchester United.
Arsenal could be heading for a major squad overhaul in the summer as they prepare for a return to the Champions League, with as many as a dozen players leaving, including the likes of Folarin Balogun and Granit Xhaka.
Former Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen has admitted he "struggled to cope" around Harry Kane during his disappointing spell in the Premier League.
Manchester United target Jurrien Timber has revealed he agreed an arrangement with Ajax last summer to allow him to leave if he stayed on for another season.
Pep Guardiola has confessed his love for Ilkay Gundogan - but it won't be enough to keep the German international at Manchester City.
Alejandro Garnacho wants to follow in the footsteps of his idol Cristiano Ronaldo by wearing the No.7 shirt at Manchester United next season.
Tony Mowbray suffered a hamstring injury while celebrating Sunderland's dramatic late equaliser against Watford.

SUNDAY EXPRESS
Zhilei Zhang says his promotional team have been in touch with Tyson Fury's camp over a summer heavyweight showdown that 'Big Bang' is determined to bring to China.
Manchester United are reportedly interested in signing central defender Jean-Clair Todibo from Nice following an impressive turnaround from the 23-year-old in France.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Kyle Walker is planning to see out the final year of his contract with Manchester City despite interest from Aston Villa and AC Milan.
Manchester United plan to trigger the clause in Victor Lindelof's contract to extend it to the end of the 2024-25 season.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
Former Scotland captain Stuart Hogg has revealed he had "stopped enjoying his rugby" before coming to the decision to hang up his boots after the World Cup, and might end up becoming a pundit rather than go into coaching.
Nottingham Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis was understood to be furious with Steve Cooper's substitutions and his management of the squad after Brentford scored two late goals to snatch victory on Saturday.

THE ATHLETIC
Brighton head coach Roberto De Zerbi wants both Robert Sanchez and Jason Steele to still be at the club next season.
Joao Pedro was left out of Watford's matchday squad to face Sunderland in the Championship on Saturday.
Swansea City are working on a deal to bring Luton Town chief operating officer Paul Watson to the Welsh club as their sporting director and are confident the move can be finalised in the coming days.

SUNDAY MAIL
Kieran Dowell has agreed to become Rangers boss Michael Beale's first summer signing - the Norwich City midfielder will pen a three-year deal at Ibrox when his Carrow Road contract expires.

SCOTTISH SUN
Former Reading and Leeds United boss Brian McDermott is in the frame to become Hibs' new director of football.
Rangers are reportedly lining up an offer for Honduran winger Luis Palma.

SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY
Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou won't fret over the possibility of losing Kyogo Furuhashi this summer.



Bayern Munich are interested in Aston Villa's England striker Ollie Watkins, 27, as an alternative to Tottenham and England forward Harry Kane, 29. (Mirror)

Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has told the club that signing a new striker should be their priority this summer, with Kane their top target, although Tottenham are demanding £100m. (Sun)

Manchester City and England defender Kyle Walker, 32, wants to stay at the club despite his limited game time this season and interest from Aston Villa and AC Milan. (Star)

Newcastle and Manchester City have pulled out of the race to sign Chelsea's Mason Mount, with the 24-year-old England midfielder expected to leave Stamford Bridge this summer. (Football Insider)

Arsenal are still keen to sign Mount this summer which could mean the Gunners end their interest in signing West Ham and England midfielder Declan Rice, 24. (Mail)

Arsenal will listen to offers for midfielder Granit Xhaka, 30, defender Kieran Tierney, 25, and 21-year-old striker Folarin Balogun to bolster transfer funds for their return to the Champions League. (Mirror)

Aston Villa are the favourites to sign Feyenoord captain Orkun Kokcu this summer, with five other Premier League clubs also interested in the 22-year-old Turkey midfielder. (Mirror)

Inter Milan are plotting a move for Fulham centre-back Tosin Adarabioyo, 25, who has just over a year left on his contract at Craven Cottage. (Sky Sports)

Tottenham and AC Milan are vying for the signature of Newcastle winger Allan Saint-Maximin but the Magpies want a fee of £50m for the 26-year-old. (Mirror)

Harry Maguire, 30, fears he will have to leave Manchester United this summer with the defender concerned about losing his England place before Euro 2024. (Mail)

Arsenal are interested in Crystal Palace centre-back Marc Guehi, 22, as they seek improved cover for William Saliba. (Express)

Juventus are considering hiring Marseille boss Igor Tudor if Max Allegri leaves this summer, with other targets Antonio Conte and Zinedine Zidane likely to be too expensive. (Mail)

Ajax defender Jurrien Timber, 21, has confirmed he plans to leave the club this summer amid continued interest from Manchester United and Liverpool. (Metro)

Crystal Palace and Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha is open to a move to French club Marseille with the 30-year-old said to be keen on playing Champions League football. (90 min)

Palace also have former Newcastle target Matheus Franca on their radar as although the Brazilian attacking midfielder, 19, has a huge buy-out clause, Palace could tempt Flamengo with a £15m offer this summer. (Sun)

Nottingham Forest's on-loan goalkeeper Dean Henderson, 26, wants to move away from parent club Manchester United permanently this summer with the England shot-stopper keen to play regularly. (Football Insider)

Manchester City and Brentford are in talks with AFC Wimbledon to sign England Under-16 goalkeeper Thorsten Brits, 15. (Fabrizio Romano)

Liverpool have opened talks with Sporting Lisbon over a move for £53m-rated Uruguay midfielder Manuel Ugarte, 22, with Leeds, Tottenham and Aston Villa also interested. (O Jogo - in Portuguese)

Manchester United, Newcastle United and Liverpool are all interested in a £26.5m move for Nice defender Jean-Clair Todibo, 23, this summer. (L'Equipe - in French)

Chelsea are planning to hire transfer 'guru' Paul Mitchell, who has worked with prospective new manager Mauricio Pochettino on two occasions, in preparation for a mass summer overhaul of their squad. (Mail)

Chelsea and Aston Villa have joined Newcastle in the race to sign Northern Irish goalkeeper Stephen McMullan, 18, who made his League One debut for Fleetwood last weekend. (Sun)
 

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DAILY MIRROR

Zinedine Zidane is keen on a return to football management this summer but is fully aware his next role will not be at Real Madrid.

THE SUN
Chelsea are one of a clutch of Premier League clubs keeping a close eye on Stevenage's teenage striker Makise Evans, who became their youngest first-team debutant last week.
Fulham fear Andreas Pereira suffered a broken leg during their Premier League clash with Manchester City on Sunday.
Manchester United are eyeing up a move for Tammy Abraham as an alternative to Harry Kane, according to reports.

DAILY MAIL
Jadon Sancho appeared to tell Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandes to "stop moaning" after losing the ball during Sunday's clash with Aston Villa.
Manchester United fans cheered manager Erik ten Hag as the head coach picked up a green and gold 'Glazers out' scarf to throw back into the crowd.
Angel di Maria reportedly withdrew himself from the Juventus squad to face Bologna on Sunday after being told he would not be in the starting XI.
NFL great Deion Sanders says he is "ashamed" after only one player was selected across the three days of the NFL Draft from one of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HCBUs) - defensive back Isaiah Bolden, who went to the New England Patriots in the seventh and final round.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Leicester City have five games to secure their Premier League future, but a summer departure for James Maddison appears inevitable.
Nottingham Forest are set to be without goalkeeper Dean Henderson for the rest of the season after a setback in his recovery from a thigh injury, just as scrutiny grows on Keylor Navas after a mixed set of performances.
Former Premier League referee Keith Hackett says the time has come for authorities to take action against Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp as he is becoming a "serial offender" with his touchline antics.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp angrily goaded the fourth official after Diogo Jota's late winner in the 4-3 win over Tottenham and pulled his hamstring in the process! :D
Significant changes to the county cricket schedule are being discussed, including a suggestion to start the season with a one-day competition moved from later in the summer.

THE ATHLETIC
Leeds United's supporter advisory board has issued a vote of no confidence in the club's owners and directors in the wake of their 4-1 defeat at Bournemouth.
Newcastle are hopeful Sean Longstaff has avoided a serious foot injury and could even be available for their clash with Arsenal next Sunday.
Liverpool will hold discussions with their supporters' groups over whether to play the national anthem next weekend against Brentford to mark the coronation of King Charles III.

DAILY EXPRESS
Dan Evans has slammed fellow British tennis players for not entering enough tournaments and claims some of them favour resting over matchplay.

DAILY RECORD
Robbie Savage has told Rangers boss Michael Beale he is ready to step up from Macclesfield Town to become the new sporting director at Rangers.
The father of Wigan loanee Miguel Azeez reportedly had an "unsavoury showdown" with Latics manager Shaun Maloney after he was left out of Saturday's Championship clash with Reading, for whom his brother Femi plays.

SCOTTISH SUN
Hibernian could be set to make a move for Jamie McGrath - but they face a fight to land the playmaker.



Manchester City are preparing to open talks with Norway striker Erling Haaland, 22, over a new contract. (Football Insider)

Crystal Palace and Ivory Coast attacker Wilfried Zaha, 30, is attracting interest from Arsenal, Juventus, Chelsea and Barcelona.(Telegraph)

Chelsea are confident England midfielder Mason Mount, 24, will turn down approaches from Bayern Munich and Liverpool and sign a new contract. (Football Insider)

Juventus' 23-year-old Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic has been offered to Arsenal and Bayern Munich.(Tutto Mercato Web - in Italian)

Leicester will sell 26-year-old England international James Maddison this summer even if they avoid relegation, with Manchester United, Tottenham and Newcastle interested. (Telegraph - subscription)

Manchester United and Paris St-Germain sent scouts to watch 25-year-old England striker Tammy Abraham play for Roma against AC Milan on Saturday. (Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)

Roma are considering a move for 25-year-old Belgium midfielder Youri Tielemans when his Leicester contract expires at the end of the season. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is keen on a return to management this summer. Juventus,Paris St-Germain and Marseille have been linked with a move. (Marca - in Spanish)

Chelsea are among the Premier League sides monitoring Stevenage's 16-year-old English centre-forward Makise Evans. (Sun)

Newcastle United are considering a move for Roma's 29-year-old Argentina forward Paulo Dybala. (Calcio Mercato Web - in Italian)

Sheffield United are set to extend 26-year-old Scotland striker Oli McBurnie's contract after securing promotion to the Premier League. (Sun)

Manchester United are interested in Paris St-Germain's 24-year-old Morocco defender Achraf Hakimi. (Football Insider)

Chelsea have been linked with Bayern Munich's 31-year-old Senegal forward Sadio Mane. (Football London)

Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr are monitoring Manchester United's 30-year-old Brazil defender Alex Telles, who is on loan at Sevilla.(AS)
 

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DAILY TELEGRAPH

Sir Jim Ratcliffe's takeover bid for Manchester United reportedly includes a demand that he be allowed immediate control of transfers from the moment a potential deal is agreed.
Saudi Arabia is closing on a first significant tennis event with Jeddah emerging as the front-runner to host the end-of-season Next Gen ATP Finals in what would be a five-year deal.
A leading referees group has called for points deductions to be introduced after Jurgen Klopp's latest outburst.
The Indian Premier League has been urged to pay players fairly and proportionately after concerns were raised that cricketers received a far lower share of revenue than in other sports.


DAILY MAIL
Leeds United could turn to Lee Bowyer to oversee their squad for the rest of the season if they decide to part ways with Javi Gracia.
Manchester United could have a secret weapon in their efforts to sign Jude Bellingham as their incoming director of football negotiations Chris Hargreaves looked after the Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder in his previous role at Adidas.
Referees' chiefs are willing to share the audio of Jurgen Klopp's confrontation with referee Paul Tierney during Sunday's clash with Tottenham, with one insider claiming it will exonerate the official and be a "smoking gun" for the Liverpool boss.
Arsenal, Brighton and Liverpool are among the clubs keeping tabs on Ajax youngster Devyne Rensch, who predominately plays as a right-back.
Wolves are weighing up a decision whether to offer Diego Costa a further one-year contract.
Manchester United defender Alex Telles, who has spent the season on loan with Sevilla, could be reunited with Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer as reports in Spain continue to link him with a move to Al-Nassr.
Monaco midfielder Youssouf Fofana, who became a pizza delivery boy after being dropped from France's national academy aged 15, has emerged as a possible summer transfer target for Chelsea.
Newcastle United are scouting Nice midfielder Khephren Thuram, son of former France international Lilian and brother of another Premier League target Marcus.
Manchester United's search for a back-up goalkeeper appears to be centering on Croatia international Dominik Livakovic, who they scouted at the weekend while playing for his club side Dinamo Zagreb.
Charlie Patino is likely to leave Arsenal in the summer and it appears any deal will be a permanent one as he is not keen on another year on loan despite his success at Blackpool.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has denied stories he has been given a deadline to decide whether he wants to become the next manager of Brazil.
Tottenham could look to tempt James Ward-Prowse away from Southampton in the summer with their chances improved if the Saints are relegated.

THE ATHLETIC
Sam Allardyce is in the frame for a dramatic return to management with Leeds United strongly considering turning to the former England boss to rescue their season.
Chelsea are at risk of losing another member of their academy this summer with striker Malik Mothersille still unable to agree a new contract with the club.

THE TIMES
Javi Gracia is set to be sacked by Leeds United after less than three months in charge with the club embroiled in a Premier League relegation battle. Director of football Victor Orta's role is also in question after a board meeting on Monday.
Chelsea are bracing themselves for the departure of a number of upset academy staff this summer if their player fire-sale includes home-grown talents like Mason Mount, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Trevoh Chalobah.
FIFA will employ "concussion spotters" who will watch matches from a central TV control room at the Women's World Cup this summer to warn team doctors if there are signs of the brain injury being suffered by players.
Cycling's rulemakers are facing fresh criticism after transgender athlete Austin Killips won the final stage of the women's Tour of the Gila in the United States to claim the overall title.

THE GUARDIAN
Wrexham owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney insist their contract offer to retired former Wales international Gareth Bale is "serious from our side".
Leeds are considering sacking Javi Gracia and appointing a third manager of the season after losing four out of their last five games.
Former NFL star JJ Wtt and his wife Kealia have announced their investment in Burnley.
Jody Morris has been sacked as the Swindon Town head coach after just 18 games in charge.

DAILY MIRROR
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta wants to hold talks with Declan Rice over a summer move from West Ham as soon as this season concludes.
Jose Mourinho made it clear he had no interest in a third spell at Chelsea after being approached over a shock return by a club director, according to reports in Italy.
Arsenal are monitoring Crystal Palace defender Marc Guehi as they consider adding depth to their options at the back this summer.

THE SUN
Plymouth goalkeeper Callum Burton has attracted interest from three current Championship clubs - Birmingham City, Swansea and Reading - after helping the Pilgrims secure promotion to the second tier.
Frank Lampard has warned Todd Boehly not to make the same mistakes as Roman Abramovich and to stick with his next boss.
Andreas Pereira and Tim Ream will be out for the rest of the season after picking up injuries in Sunday's loss to Manchester City.

DAILY EXPRESS
Arsenal are keeping their eye on news of a possible Barcelona return for Lionel Messi as any deal could see long-term target Raphinha become available as they look to cut costs.
Mikel Arteta has urged Arsenal fans to roll out the red carpet tonight for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as he returns to the Emirates with Chelsea.

DAILY RECORD
The Scottish Government is set to announce a crackdown on pyrotechnic devices after a display from both sides before the start of Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final between Celtic and Rangers left the pitch barely visible.
Celtic are reported to have scouted AEK Athens forward Levi Garcia for a second time this weekend but they were apparently joined by representatives of 14 other clubs.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Former Ibrox favourite Barry Ferguson says Rangers need to make signings in double figures this summer if they are to challenge city rivals Celtic.

Leeds United are considering appointing former West Ham and Everton boss Sam Allardyce, who had one game in charge of England, to succeed Javi Gracia as the club's manager. (Athletic - subscription required)

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta wants to hold talks with West Ham's England midfielder Declan Rice, 24, as soon as the season ends. (Mirror)

The Gunners are also considering a move for Crystal Palace's England defender Marc Guehi, 22. (Mail)

Chelsea are moving closer to appointing former Tottenham and Paris St-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino as the club's next permanent manager. (90min)

Inter Milan are willing to sell Argentina forward Lautaro Martinez, with the 25-year-old a target for Manchester United. (Football Insider)

Sir Jim Ratcliffe's bid for a majority stake in Manchester United includes him wanting immediate control of transfers if a deal is agreed. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Manchester United sent scouts to watch Roma striker Tammy Abraham, 25, last weekend as the club considers alternatives to Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane, 29. (Mirror)

However, Aston Villa are confident of agreeing a deal to sign England international Abraham from Roma - despite interest from several top European clubs. (90min)

Aston Villa have opened talks with England striker Ollie Watkins about extending the 27-year-old's contract with the club. (Athletic - subscription required)

The agent of Barcelona's Spain forward Ansu Fati has reassured the Spanish club he will secure an offer of 70m euros (£61.5m) for the 20-year-old this summer - and he expects it to come from a Premier League club. (Sport - in Spanish)

Manchester United are pushing to sign Eintracht Frankfurt's France forward Kolo Muani as they attempt to beat Bayern Munich in the race to sign the 24-year-old. (Sky Germany - in German)

Feyenoord boss Arne Slot has emerged as a serious contender, alongside Julian Nagelsmann, to become Tottenham's next permanent manager. (ESPN)

Tottenham and Newcastle United are among the clubs waiting to see what price Southampton will set for England midfielder James Ward-Prowse, 28, should they be relegated. (Mail)

Manchester City will not deny Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva, 28, a move away from the club if he decides he wants to leave in the summer. (90min)

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson believes Eagles chairman Steve Parish should be worried about clubs being interested in French winger Michael Olise, 21, this summer. (Evening Standard)

Arsenal forward Folarin Balogun, currently on loan at Reims, will hold talks over his future with his parent club in the summer, amid interest in the 21-year-old from Paris St-Germain. (Football.London)

Arsenal's 19-year-old English midfielder Charlie Patino, who has spent this season on loan at Championship side Blackpool, is expected to leave the club this summer. (Athletic - subscription required)

Chelsea academy staff could quit the club if several homegrown players are sold this summer. (Times - subscription required)
 

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DAILY MIRROR


Manchester United have reportedly been told they will have to pay £44m for Ajax defender Jurrien Timber if they want to sign him this summer.


THE SUN

Lionel Messi's exit from Paris Saint-Germain is getting closer after skipping training to fly to Saudi Arabia without the club's permission.

Jack Grealish has donated £5,000 to a tribute set up after the sudden death of friend and Aston Villa fan Shawn Francis, who passed away recently at the age of 29.


THE TIMES

Sam Allardyce will earn in excess of £3m if he is able to guide Leeds United away from the Premier League relegation zone, with confirmation of his short-term deal likely to come on Wednesday.

John Mitchell is set to take on his first job in women's rugby, replacing Simon Middleton as the head coach of the England's victorious Six Nations team.

Julian Starkey, who was a prominent member of the England Athletics board, has been banned from holding such a position for three years after making a comment that suggested black athletes make good sprinters because they have to flee burglaries they commit.

British Cycling is considering a new transgender policy that would prevent cyclists who were born male from taking part in elite female events, which would go against the regulations posted by world governing body UCI.

DAILY MAIL

Fulham defender Tosin Adarabioyo is being targeted by Inter Milan as a possible replacement for Milan Skriniar.

Sam Allardyce will inherit a split Leeds squad, if he takes over as manager at Elland Road for the remainder of the season, with the club's youngsters blaming senior players for their slide towards the relegation zone.

Barcelona will consider other options, including the Asian Champions League, if they are banned from UEFA competitions following an investigation into allegations of payments to the former head of Spain's referee's committee.

James McAtee will have plenty of suitors if he leaves Manchester City, either permanently or on loan, this summer with Vincent Kompany's Burnley among the clubs likely to make them an offer.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been named the highest-paid athlete by Forbes, after bringing in £109m this year, while Roger Federer retains his place in the top 10 despite earning only £80,000 from his play on the court.

Sven-Goran Eriksson has revealed how Manchester City's players wanted to go on strike before their historic 8-1 defeat against Middlesbrough in 2008 in protest against the club's then-owner Thaksin Shinawatra.

Officials at Epsom racecourse are bracing themselves for more than 1,000 protestors trying to access the track during the Derby meeting early next month.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Tottenham's talks with Julian Nagelsmann have hit a stumbling block over uncertainty surrounding the position of sporting director at the Premier League club.

Leading British cyclists are scared to speak out against the sport's transgender policies for fear of being cancelled and potentially losing out on lucrative sponsorship deals.

LIV Golf players including Ian Poulter, Sergio Garcia and Lee Westwood are set to give up their DP World Tour cards to avoid having to pay further fines for playing in the Saudi-backed series.

THE GUARDIAN

London Irish are facing questions from the RFU over their failure to pay players and staff on time amid fears they could be the next Premiership club to collapse.

THE ATHLETIC

Charlton Athletic owner Thomas Sandgaard has already rejected an improved offer for the League One club from the Anglo-American group led by former Sunderland director Charlie Methven.

DAILY RECORD

Celtic are unlikely to have Cameron Carter-Vickers for the start of the 2023-24 season with surgery on his troublesome knee set to rule him out for at least three months.

THE SCOTTISH SUN

Former Rangers and Scotland midfielder Graham Dorrans has agreed a deal to play for seventh-tier West of Scotland First Division side Johnstone Burgh next season.


Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 35, will leave French champions Paris St-Germain at the end of the season after they decided against extending his contract. (Foot Mercato - in French)

Manchester United have identified three back-up options to Tottenham's 29-year-old England striker Harry Kane: Eintracht Frankfurt's France forward Randal Kolo Muani, 24; Roma's England forward Tammy Abraham, 25; and Inter Milan's 25-year-old Argentina forward Lautaro Martinez. (FourFourTwo)

Real Madrid and Bayern Munich also want Eintracht Frankfurt's Muani. (Le10Sport - in French)

Tottenham's talks with former Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann have hit a stumbling block because of the uncertainty around the sporting director role. (Telegraph - subscription)

Sam Allardyce, who is in talks to become Leeds United manager, will earn a £2.5m bonus if he keeps them in the Premier League. (Times - subscription)

Barcelona director of football Mateu Alemany will leave this summer to take up a similar role at Aston Villa. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Chelsea have agreed to sign 15-year-old Ecuadorian winger Kendry Paez from Independiente del Valle in a deal worth up to 20m euro (£17.6m). (Fabrizio Romano)

Inter Milan are interested in Fulham's 25-year-old English defender Tosin Adarabioyo. (Mail)

Chelsea co-owners Todd Boehly and Behdad Eghbali met in Los Angeles last weekend to discuss the appointment of former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino. (Evening Standard)

Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke will give manager Mikel Arteta £200m to strengthen the squad in the summer. (Football Transfers)

West Ham have started their search for a midfielder as they prepare for the departure of 24-year-old England international Declan Rice. (Football Insider)

Ajax value 21-year-old-old Netherlands defender Jurrien Timber, who has been linked with Liverpool and Manchester United, at 50m euros (£44m).(Sky Sports Germany)

Tottenham are set to compete with Arsenal for 22-year-old Crystal Palace and England defender Marc Guehi. (Evening Standard)

Bayern Munich are willing to listen to offers for 31-year-old Senegal forward Sadio Mane. (90 Min)

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri says whether the club are in the Champions League next season is key to their planning, with Argentina winger Angel di Maria, 35, and France midfielder Adrien Rabiot, 28, out of contract in the summer. (Football Italia)

Fulham are planning to hold talks with Leeds United over a permanent deal for 25-year-old Wales winger Dan James. (Football Insider)
 

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Sam Allardyce will earn in excess of £3m if he is able to guide Leeds United away from the Premier League relegation zone, with confirmation of his short-term deal likely to come on Wednesday.
John Mitchell is set to take on his first job in women's rugby, replacing Simon Middleton as the head coach of England's victorious Six Nations team.
Julian Starkey, who was a prominent member of the England Athletics board, has been banned from holding such a position for three years after making a comment that suggested black athletes make good sprinters because they have to flee burglaries they commit.
British Cycling is considering a new transgender policy that would prevent cyclists who were born male from taking part in elite female events, which would go against the regulations posted by world governing body UCI.


DAILY MIRROR
Manchester United have reportedly been told they will have to pay £44m for Ajax defender Jurrien Timber if they want to sign him this summer.

THE SUN
Lionel Messi's exit from Paris Saint-Germain is getting closer after skipping training to fly to Saudi Arabia without the club's permission.
Jack Grealish has donated £5,000 to a tribute set up after the sudden death of friend and Aston Villa fan Shawn Francis, who passed away recently at the age of 29.

DAILY MAIL
Fulham defender Tosin Adarabioyo is being targeted by Inter Milan as a possible replacement for Milan Skriniar.
Sam Allardyce will inherit a split Leeds squad, if he takes over as manager at Elland Road for the remainder of the season, with the club's youngsters blaming senior players for their slide towards the relegation zone.
Barcelona will consider other options, including the Asian Champions League, if they are banned from UEFA competitions following an investigation into allegations of payments to the former head of Spain's referee's committee.
James McAtee will have plenty of suitors if he leaves Manchester City, either permanently or on loan, this summer with Vincent Kompany's Burnley among the clubs likely to make them an offer.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been named the highest-paid athlete by Forbes, after bringing in £109m this year, while Roger Federer retains his place in the top 10 despite earning only £80,000 from his play on the court.
Sven-Goran Eriksson has revealed how Manchester City's players wanted to go on strike before their historic 8-1 defeat against Middlesbrough in 2008 in protest against the club's then-owner Thaksin Shinawatra.
Officials at Epsom racecourse are bracing themselves for more than 1,000 protestors trying to access the track during the Derby meeting early next month.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Tottenham's talks with Julian Nagelsmann have hit a stumbling block over uncertainty surrounding the position of sporting director at the Premier League club.
Leading British cyclists are scared to speak out against the sport's transgender policies for fear of being cancelled and potentially losing out on lucrative sponsorship deals.
LIV Golf players including Ian Poulter, Sergio Garcia and Lee Westwood are set to give up their DP World Tour cards to avoid having to pay further fines for playing in the Saudi-backed series.

THE GUARDIAN
London Irish are facing questions from the RFU over their failure to pay players and staff on time amid fears they could be the next Premiership club to collapse.

THE ATHLETIC
Charlton Athletic owner Thomas Sandgaard has already rejected an improved offer for the League One club from the Anglo-American group led by former Sunderland director Charlie Methven.

DAILY RECORD
Celtic are unlikely to have Cameron Carter-Vickers for the start of the 2023-24 season with surgery on his troublesome knee set to rule him out for at least three months.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Former Rangers and Scotland midfielder Graham Dorrans has agreed a deal to play for seventh-tier West of Scotland First Division side Johnstone Burgh next season.



Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 35, could follow Portuguese rival Cristiano Ronaldo, 38, to Saudi Arabia in a £320m-a-year move to the Gulf state after confirming he is leaving Paris St-Germain. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Saudi club Al-Hilal could be rivalled for Messi's signature by Major League soccer side Inter Miami, co-owned by former Manchester United and England superstar David Beckham. (Guardian)

Real Madrid are in talks over a move for Borussia Dortmund's England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, but the German club say they have not yet received an offer from the Spanish giants. (Sky Germany)

Sheikh Jassim has abandoned plans to buy Brazil forward Neymar, 31, if his Manchester United takeover is successful - instead targeting France trio Kylian Mbappe, 24, of Paris St-German, Bayern Munich's Kingsley Coman, 26, and Real Madrid's Eduardo Camavinga, 20. (Bild's Christian Falk)

West Ham's England midfielder Declan Rice, 24, Bayer Leverkusen's French forward Moussa Diaby, 23, and Crystal Palace pair Wilfried Zaha, 30, of the Ivory Coast and England's Marc Guehi, 22, are among Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta's six-man summer wish-list. (Mail)

Chelsea are also interested in Zaha, who prospective new Blues manager Mauricio Pochettino tried to sign during his time in charge of Tottenham. (Mail)

Tottenham have made former Liverpool and Spain midfielder Xabi Alonso, who is manager of Bayer Leverkusen, their top target to become Antonio Conte's successor after ex-Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann's wage demands put Spurs off the German. (Metro)

Tottenham have made initial contact with Sporting Lisbon boss Ruben Amorim about their managerial role and the 38-year-old has indicated he would be happy to take the job at the end of the season. (Times - subscription required)

The Netherlands forward Wout Weghorst is keen to remain at Manchester United but the Red Devils have yet to open talks with the 30-year-old about staying at Old Trafford when his loan from Burnley expires. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Roma have placed a price tag of £35-40m on England forward Tammy Abraham, 25, ahead of expected summer interest from Manchester United, Tottenham and Paris St-Germain. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Ligue 1 side Marseille will move to sign out-of-contract Crystal Palace playmaker Zaha if they qualify for the Champions League. (Foot Mercato - in French)

Newcastle could lure former Leeds winger Raphinha back to the Premier League with a £70m move for the Barcelona and Brazil man. (Sun)

Chelsea are likely to have to let Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang leave on a free if they want to offload the 33-year-old. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Aston Villa are in advanced talks to bring in Mateu Alemany, who is to leave his position as director of football at Barcelona this summer. (Times - subscription required)
 

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Villa are also hoping to rival Newcastle United in the race for Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney, who is expected to leave the Emirates Stadium this summer.
Manchester United are making good progress in talks over a new contract for Marcus Rashford.


DAILY MIRROR
Erik ten Hag wants Amad Diallo back at Old Trafford to test him during pre-season friendly games.

THE SUN
Roma are reportedly willing to sell Tammy Abraham for a cut price amid interest from Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho has revealed that he has started wearing a wire to "protect himself".
Paulo Fonseca remains interested in the West Ham job should David Moyes depart.
Former Man City star Sergio Aguero is reportedly being investigated by prosecutors for instigating violence.
Reiss Nelson has reportedly rejected a contract offer from Arsenal - opening the door for their rivals to swoop.

DAILY STAR
Crystal Palace forward Michael Olise has emerged as a shock contender to replace Lionel Messi at Paris Saint-Germain.

EVENING STANDARD
Ruben Loftus-Cheek will be forced to take a pay cut to facilitate a potential move from Chelsea to AC Milan this summer.
Tottenham are set to step up talks with managerial candidates in the coming days, with Bayer Leverkusen's Xabi Alonso and Sporting Lisbon's Ruben Amorim under consideration.

DAILY MAIL
Premier League clubs are being consulted over plans to allow supporters to listen to conversations between referees and VARs after games in the hope of de-mystifying how and why decisions are reached.
Liverpool have emerged as frontrunners to land Alexis Mac Allister, with his Brighton team-mates believing the midfielder is destined for Anfield.

Harvey Barnes could follow James Maddison out of the exit door at Leicester this summer, with a number of Premier League rivals thought to be tracking the winger.
Chris Gunter will join the Wales staff as a national team development coach after announcing his retirement from playing at the end of the season.
LaLiga chief Javier Tebas says Lionel Messi will not be earning any more than what he currently receives at PSG if he returns to Barcelona this summer.
Sean Dyche insists that Seamus Coleman will remain part of Everton's plans going forward even if his latest serious injury means an early end to his playing days - the 34-year-old started working on his coaching qualifications two years ago.
Erling Haaland will have a familiar face in the stands when Manchester City face Leeds United on Saturday, after inviting Kurth Gausland, the kitman from his first club Bryne FK, to watch the game. Awkwardly, Gausland is a huge Leeds fan!
Fans were left reeling on Thursday when tickets were made available for the friendly between Manchester United and Arsenal in New Jersey in July, with the cheapest available "nose-bleed" seats coming in at more than £135.
Landon Donovan and Cesc Fabregas are the latest players to sign up for The Soccer Tournament in North Carolina this summer, which will also feature teams representing Borussia Dortmund, Wrexham and West Ham.
Sergio Aguero is under investigation by authorities in Argentina for "instigating violence" over comments he made about referee Yael Falcon Perez after a domestic game between Independiente and Racing Club last month

DAILY EXPRESS
Manchester United are ready to re-ignite their interest in Inter Milan's Lautaro Martinez this summer after failing with a previous swap offer involving Anthony Martial.

THE TIMES
Alexis Mac Allister will make a decision on his future at the end of the season, with Liverpool having placed the Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder on their list of potential reinforcements.

UK Athletics bosses have decided to shut their head office in Birmingham and make staff work from home in an attempt to ease the financial turmoil that has left the governing body facing the threat of bankruptcy.

THE ATHLETIC
Arsenal Women head coach Jonas Eidevall believes the Women's World Cup should have been played earlier and has criticised UEFA and FIFA for their scheduling of games this season.

THE INDEPENDENT
New Zealand will play host to the inaugural WXV1 women's rugby tournament in October, with England and Wales playing in the top-tier tournament. Scotland will play in the WXV2 event in South Africa while Ireland await to find out the venue of the WXV3 event.

DAILY RECORD
Rangers' Ryan Kent has reportedly reached an 'agreement' to join Turkish giants Fenerbahce.
Hearts have knocked back Aberdeen's plea for more tickets to leave fans with little more than 624 for their potential third-place showdown at Tynecastle.

SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers have announced a new partnership with the world's most famous chef, Gordon Ramsay.


Newcastle United's owners are interested in Paris St-Germain's Brazil forward Neymar, 31, as they look to make a 'marquee' signing this summer. (90min)

Chelsea are thought to be among the clubs keen on signing Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 35, when his PSG contract expires this summer. (Football London)

Wolves could offer Barcelona 30m euros (£26.3m) plus Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves, 26, for Spain midfielder Ansu Fati, 20. (Relevo - in Spanish)

Barcelona have turned their attention to signing Morocco midfielder Sofyan Amrabat, 26, from Fiorentina, which could boost Arsenal's hopes of signing Spain midfielder Martin Zubimendi, 24, from Real Sociedad. (AS - in Spanish)

Manchester United are making good progress in talks over a new contract for England striker Marcus Rashford, 25, in hope of pairing him with Tottenham's England striker Harry Kane, 29. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Arsenal and Aston Villa are among the clubs tracking Barcelona's Spain winger Ferran Torres, 23. (Talksport)

Aston Villa are considering a move for Juventus' Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic, 23, as well as Torres. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Former Spain and Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso has been linked with taking over as manager of Tottenham but the Bayer Leverkusen boss says he is "100%" focused at the German club. (Mirror)

Manchester City and Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva, 28, and Crystal Palace's French winger Michael Olise, 21, are on a list of players that Paris St-Germain are interested in. (L'Equipe - in French)

Brighton are confident of signing former England midfielder James Milner, 37, this summer when his contract expires at Liverpool, who have stepped up their attempt to buy Argentina midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, 24, from the Seagulls. (Guardian)

Fulham will demand more than £50m this summer for 27-year-old Portugal midfielder Joao Palhinha, who is a target for Liverpool and Bayern Munich. (Football Insider)

Newcastle United are well placed to sign 22-year-old France midfielder Khephren Thuram from Nice, who will be open to bids of £60m this summer. (Football Insider)

French forward Allan Saint-Maximin has been linked with leaving Newcastle United but the Tyneside club are not looking to sell the 26-year-old, although that stance could be tested with any bid above £40m. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Newcastle United have had Hungary midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai, 22, and 25-year-old Mali midfielder Amadou Haidara, who both play for RB Leipzig, watched by scouts a number of times this season. (Sky Sport Germany)

Prospective Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino will give Romelu Lukaku another chance to establish himself at the club when the Belgium striker, 29, returns from his loan at Inter Milan. (Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)

Harvey Barnes could follow fellow England midfielder James Maddison by leaving Leicester City this summer, with Newcastle, Tottenham and Aston Villa thought to be tracking the 25-year-old. (Mail)

West Ham are concerned about losing Czech Republic midfielder Tomas Soucek, 28, this summer, as well as their captain and England midfielder Declan Rice, 24. (Football Insider)

Reiss Nelson has rejected the first new contract proposal made by Arsenal, with many clubs in England and also abroad interested in a potential free transfer for the English winger, 23. (Fabrizio Romano)

Manchester City are close to finalising a new contract for versatile English defender Rico Lewis, 18. (90min)

Republic of Ireland centre-half Andrew Omobamidele, 20, has attracted interest from European clubs including AC Milan and Nice and is rated at £20m by his club Norwich City. (Irish Independent)

West Ham have identified former Tottenham target Paulo Fonseca as a potential replacement for David Moyes and the Portuguese coach, currently boss of French side Lille, is interested in the job should Moyes leave. (Sun)
 

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Erik ten Hag wants to sign defender Jeremie Frimpong from Bayer Leverkusen this summer.
Mikel Arteta has been told he has over £150m to spend this summer as he attempts to refresh his Arsenal squad.
Arsenal are confident of tying William Saliba down to a new deal despite growing concern over the defender's future in North London.
Sergino Dest is set to make another loan move from Barcelona in the summer, with Union Berlin likely to be the destination after a spell with AC Milan this season proved less than fruitful with only four starts in all competitions.


DAILY TELEGRAPH
Chelsea are trying to manoeuvre themselves into pole position to sign goalkeeper Andre Onana from Inter Milan this summer and remain confident of concluding a deal for Mauricio Pochettino to become the club's permanent head coach.
Arsenal are ready to cash in on a number of their home grown talents this summer as they prepare to freshen up their squad for a tilt at the Champions League, with Folarin Balogun and Emile Smith Rowe among the players with an uncertain future.

DAILY MAIL
Jude Bellingham is set to become Real Madrid's second-highest earner according to stunning reports which reveal the details of his proposed contract.
West Ham will reportedly demand £100m for midfielder Declan Rice this summer as they attempt to ward off Premier League clubs such as Arsenal.
Manchester United have reportedly decided not to sign Wout Weghorst on a permanent deal this summer, with Erik ten Hag instead drawing up a four-man shortlist for an alternative striker.
Brighton are set to sign James Milner on a one-year deal, bringing the midfielder's eight-year spell at Anfield to an end.
Arsenal want Arsene Wenger to attend their final match at the Emirates this season against Wolves on May 28 if they remain in the hunt for the Premier League title.
The row over broadcasting rights for the Women's World Cup continues amid reports than Italian broadcaster RAI's offer was under £1m, just one per cent of what they paid for rights to the 2022 Qatar World Cup even though Italy had failed to qualify.
Conor Coady faces an uncertain future after falling out of favour since Sean Dyche's arrival at Everton, with no decision made on whether to turn his loan move from Wolves into a permanent transfer.
Adelaide United boss Carl Veart has denied reports a deal is already in place for highly-rated star Nestory Irankunda to join Bayern Munich when he turns 18 in February 2024.
Tom Brady has branded reports that he is ready to back out of the $375m role as an NFL analyst with Fox Sports as "fake news".

THE INDEPENDENT
Bayern Munich believe they have everything in place for a £100m summer purchase of Eintracht Frankfurt's Randal Kolo Muani, in a move that could kickstart the entire summer transfer window.
The Sun football editor Charlie Wyett and The Times northern sports correspondent Martin Hardy discuss the newly announced EFL broadcast deal with Sky Sports and its impact on fans and clubs
Pep Guardiola has challenged midfielder Kalvin Phillips to prove that he has a future at Manchester City after an injury-plagued first season with the club.

THE ATHLETIC
A rival of Manchester City's stablemate Lommel SK has accused the Belgian club of receiving "foreign subsidies" that distort competition and are contrary to European Union law.
Frank Lampard has revealed he is helping the Chelsea owners ensure there will not be a repeat of this season next term.

THE TIMES
Tottenham have been encouraged they can persuade Julian Nagelsmann to take charge next season after recent talks.
Roman Abramovich secretly hid £760m in "murky offshore structures" in the days before he was sanctioned, recent government updates have revealed.
The FA's chief executive Mark Bullingham's total pay package last year was £819,000, up from £731,000, meaning he has finally reached the same pay level as his predecessor, Martin Glenn, before he stepped down in December 2018.
The Premier League's accounts show its chief executive, Richard Masters, also enjoyed a pay rise last year, up from £1.28m to £1.82m, with £525,000 coming from a "long-term incentive scheme".
If Everton are relegated, there could be an interesting test case over what happens to a club facing charges under the Premier League's profitability and sustainability rules.
Yorkshire are in talks with an Indian business conglomerate and Saudi Arabian representatives over a deal to pay off the £15m debt owed to the Colin Graves Trust.

DAILY EXPRESS
Paris Saint-Germain are eyeing a transfer bid for Premier League star Michael Olise - who has scored just two goals this season for Crystal Palace.
Manchester United have been in contact with Victor Osimhen's camp for over a year, according to reports.
Chelsea are among the clubs keeping an eye on Neymar's situation at Paris Saint-Germain as they prepare to confirm Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager.
Napoli fans are selling chunks of grass from the Dacia Arena pitch for as much as £630 after being part of the pitch invasion following their Serie A title-winning draw at Udinese on Thursday.
Rafael Nadal has hinted that he might be fit in time to bid for his 15th French Open title later this month, but he will not participate in another tournament on clay before then.

DAILY STAR
Andre Wisdom has offered a scathing review of Frank Lampard from their time together at Derby County, claiming he "wasn't an honest manager" and that he exhibited favouritism which led to cliques being built up in the dressing room.

EVENING STANDARD
Arsenal are tracking Croatia defender Josip Sutalo as they target a new centre-back this summer.
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has insisted there is "no way" the Serie A champions will sell Victor Osimhen this summer.

SCOTTISH SUN
Nicolas Raskin has revealed he hopes to use Rangers as a stepping stone to Chelsea.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst has revealed he still feels "hurt" at getting the axe from Rangers.
Rangers are set to lose out on Barcelona youngster Pablo Torre.
Self-made millionaire Richard Dickson says he is "ready to put his money where his mouth is" and make a large financial investment in St Mirren.
Aberdeen star Duk has admitted his move to Scotland was partly down to a desire to play in the Premier League one day.


West Ham will demand £100m for England midfielder Declan Rice, 24, this summer. (ESPN)

West Ham are monitoring 27-year-old England midfielder Kalvin Phillips, whose Manchester City future appears uncertain. (Times - subscription)

Chelsea are exploring a summer move for Inter Milan's 25-year-old Argentina striker Lautaro Martinez, who is also a target for Manchester United. (Football Insider)

Chelsea want to make Inter Milan and Cameroon's Andre Onana, 27, their number one goalkeeper next season and remain confident of recruiting Mauricio Pochettino as manager. (Telegraph - subscription)

Former Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann, 35, has held talks about the vacant Tottenham job. (Sky Germany).

Nagelsmann wants clarity over some issues at Tottenham, including the position of 29-year-old England striker Harry Kane, who has been linked with Manchester United. (Mirror)

Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, will sign a six-year contract with Real Madrid this summer, which will make him the second-highest earner at the Spanish giants after Eden Hazard. (SER Deportivos via Mail)

Borussia Dortmund manager Edin Terzic says he has not "heard" from Bellingham about joining another club. (Goal)

Manager Mikel Arteta hopes Arsenal agree a new deal with 22-year-old France defender William Saliba, who will soon enter the final year of his contract. (Times - subscription)

Liverpool and Paris St-Germain are interested in Sporting Lisbon's 21-year-old Portugal defender Goncalo Inacio. (Le Parisien - in French)

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag wants to sign 22-year-old Dutch defender Jeremie Frimpong from Bayer Leverkusen this summer. (Mirror)

Manchester United are not planning to sign Wout Weghorst on a permanent deal. The 30-year-old Netherlands forward joined on loan from Burnley in January. (Manchester Evening News)

Croatia midfielder Luka Modric, 37, is set to extend his Real Madrid contract until 2024. (Relevo - in Spanish)

Manchester City are closing in on a deal for England Under-16 goalkeeper Spike Brits from AFC Wimbledon.(Fabrizio Romano)

Arsenal are tracking 23-year-old Dinamo Zagreb and Croatia defender Josip Sutalo. (Evening Standard)

Wolves are interested in a £25m deal for Coventry City's 24-year-old Sweden striker Viktor Gyokeres. (TalkSport)

Burnley and Leeds are also tracking Gyokeres. (Football League World)
 

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SUNDAY MIRROR

Liverpool are now facing competition from Manchester City for one of their chief summer transfer targets, Bayern Munich forward Ryan Gravenberch.
Manchester United's ongoing takeover saga is causing chaos inside the football department at Old Trafford, with Erik ten Hag's transfer budget having been frozen to leave his summer business up in the air.
Liverpool have made an enquiry over the availability of Sporting Lisbon defender Goncalo Inacio, who had been earmarked as a possible replacement for Harry Maguire at Manchester United.
Tottenham are ready to go "all-in" on Xabi Alonso as they look to appoint a new permanent head coach, but fear having to wait to interview him because of Bayer Leverkusen's bid for silverware will put them on the back foot.
Reports in Spain have suggested Arsenal might finally have the chance to sign former Leeds forward Raphinha this summer with Barcelona unable to guarantee him enough playing time.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Erling Haaland is set to land a jackpot of worth around £5m in bonuses this summer if he helps Manchester City complete the treble thanks to clauses in the deal that brought him to the club.
Juventus are ready to offer Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood a way back into senior football and hope having Paul Pogba in their squad will tempt him to Italy.
Brentford will make a move for young Liverpool goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher as they consider their options to replace in-demand No 1 David Raya.
Sheffield United are keen to bring James McAtee back to the club for their return to the Premier League if they are unable to sign his Manchester City team-mate Tommy Doyle - the club would only be able to loan one of them because of PL transfer regulations.
Wigan players are in talks about going on strike and refusing to play in their final Championship game of the season against Rotherham on Monday.
Swansea City boss Russell Martin will be top of Leicester City's wanted list this summer if Dean Smith is unable to stop them being relegated to the Championship.
Amad Diallo is open to another loan spell away from Manchester United next season but the club would prefer to send him overseas, with the Netherlands being a possibility for the winger.
Ipswich Town are determined to hold off a host of rivals to sign Crystal Palace forward Jesurun Rak-Sakyi, who has impressed on loan with Charlton Athletic this season.

MAIL ON SUNDAY
Rafa Benitez believes Manchester City to have weaknesses which Europe's elite clubs will expose as they prepare to face Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals.
Barcelona could look to cheaper options like Atletico Madrid's Yannick Carrasco as a summer signing to bolster their squad if Lionel Messi's return takes up a large chunk of their budget.
Steve McManaman says England star Jude Bellingham will be treated like a king in Madrid as talks reportedly heat up over a move to Real from Borussia Dortmund this summer.
A total of 35 football players, including some current stars, required residential rehabilitation in England last season to deal with addictive disorders, most commonly to do with gambling.
Income from the Wimbledon Championships soared to a record high of £346.6m last summer, up almost 20 per cent on the previous record.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool are set to appoint experienced German executive Jorg Schmadtke as their new sporting director. His most recent role was a similar one at Bundesliga club Wolfsburg.
Tottenham face having to pay Bayern Munich in excess of £10m in compensation if they want to appoint Julian Nagelsmann as their new head coach.
England head coach Steve Borthwick is set to finalise his coaching team ahead of the Rugby World Cup by bringing in Leicester scrum coach Tom Harrison and Sevens coach Tony Roques to focus on the breakdown.

SUNDAY TIMES
Andy Murray is closing on his first tournament victory since 2019 after advancing to the final of the Challenger Tour event in Aix-en-Provence, but he will have to beat top-seed Tommy Paul to do so.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Arsenal believe they hold the edge over a host of Premier League rivals in their hopes of signing West Ham captain Declan Rice this summer.
Newcastle United's owners are set to kick off their multi-club model this summer by purchasing Belgian club KV Kortrijk, who are currently owned by Cardiff City chief Vincent Tan.

SUNDAY EXPRESS
Bayern Munich are waiting for interest in Sadio Mane to materialise this summer, although it appears the player is not interested in a move to Newcastle.

SUNDAY MAIL
Rangers striker Ianis Hagi has quashed speculation he is on his way out of Ibrox after being linked with Spanish side Celta Vigo or a move to Turkey with Galatasaray.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou is ready to make more use of the Asian market this summer as he looks to add more depth to his squad.
Bristol City have joined the race to sign Hibs striker Kevin Nisbet and watched him during their 2-1 win over St Mirren on Saturday.


West Ham want Manchester City's 27-year-old England midfielder Kalvin Phillips and 32-year-old England defender Kyle Walker. (90min)

Arsenal think they are well placed to sign 24-year-old England midfielder Declan Rice from West Ham. (Daily Star on Sunday)

Paris St-Germain's Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 35, has been linked with a move to Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal, a deal which would see 33-year-old Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo, leave. (Sky Sports)

PSG want Messi to stay and have presented him with the best financial offer available from a Champions League club. (Sunday Times - subscription)

Newcastle's Brazil midfielder Bruno Guimaraes, 25, is set to sign a new contract which would make him the highest-paid player in their history. (Football Insider)

Juventus want to sign English forward Mason Greenwood, 21, on loan from Manchester United. (Sun on Sunday)

Chelsea and England midfielder Mason Mount, 24, is a key target for Liverpool.(Mail on Sunday)

Brighton's 24-year-old midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, a World Cup winner with Argentina, is keen on joining Liverpool.(Football Insider)

Brazil winger Raphinha, 26, would consider leaving Barcelona this summer. Arsenal want the former Leeds player, with Chelsea and Newcastle also interested. (Sport - in Spanish)

Tottenham may have to pay Bayern Munich £10m in compensation to secure Julian Nagelsmann as manager. (Sunday Telegraph - subscription)

Bayer Leverkusen boss Xabi Alonso is Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy's top choice to be their new manager. (Sunday Mirror)

Napoli are considering selling 26-year-old South Korea defender Kim Min-jae if Manchester United are prepared to offer 60m euros. (Corriere dello Sport via Football Italia)

Manchester City and Arsenal want AC Milan's 25-year-oldAlgeria midfielder Ismael Bennacer. (Football Transfers)

Austria midfielder Marcel Sabitzer, 29, has yet to discuss his future with Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel. Sabitzer is on loan at Manchester United. (Sky Germany via Manchester Evening News)

Italy midfielder Marco Verratti, 30, has doubts about his future at PSG and is thinking about leaving. (L'Equipe via Get French Football News)

Former Spain and Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta, 38, is set to leave Japanese side Vissel Kobe this summer. (Nikkan Sports - in Japanese)

Bournemouth and Colombia midfielder Jefferson Lerma, 28, is a target for West Ham,Crystal Palace and Leicester City. (TeamTalk)

Former Barnsley and West Brom boss Valerien Ismael is a contender to replace Chris Wilder at Watford. (Athletic - subscription)

Manchester City want to open new contract talks with 20-year-old midfielder James McAtee after he played a key role in Sheffield United's promotion while on loan. (Mail on Sunday)
 

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DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United are ready to fork out £53m to land Napoli defender Kim Min-jae, who could replace Harry Maguire.
Barcelona are set to ask Frenkie de Jong to take another wage cut as they look to free up funds to re-sign Lionel Messi.


DAILY MAIL
Eden Hazard has revealed he will see out his contract at Real Madrid and will not be departing the club this summer.
Barcelona will reportedly 'give the OK' to sell Ansu Fati to Wolves, in a fascinating part-exchange deal that could see star midfielder Ruben Neves move to the Nou Camp.
Jordan Henderson has been supported by rival club supporters who have slammed some Reds fans for criticising their captain's decision to join in with singing the national anthem at Anfield.
Tom Cruise, Patrick Mahomes, Roger Federer and Serena Williams were among the star-studded line-up of celebrities descending on Florida for the Miami Grand Prix.
Sam Allardyce believes the task ahead of him in saving Leeds from relegation is so huge that he has decided to base himself in the city.
Newcastle are among the clubs interested in Fenerbahce's teenage wonderkid Arda Guler - who has been dubbed the 'Turkish Lionel Messi'.
Brighton have reportedly not received contact from Liverpool regarding signing Alexis Mac Allister.
Qatar's ambition to host the 2036 Olympics remains on track.
Steve Borthwick has finally completed assembling his England management team for the World Cup, with the recruitment of Leicester scrum guru Tom Harrison and national Sevens head coach Tony Roques.

THE SUN
Manchester United transfer target Frenkie de Jong is set for a meeting to discuss his Barcelona future, according to reports.
Harry Redknapp says seeing Sam Allardyce and Neil Warnock back has rekindled his desire to have another crack in management.
Roma manager Jose Mourinho is closing in on signing Houssem Aouar on a free transfer.
Aaron Ramsey wants to extend his stay in Nice by signing a new contract.
Alexandre Lacazette admits he was left shocked by the lack of facilities for young footballers in England.
Nick Powell is leaving Stoke at the end of his lucrative contract.
Lincoln are taking a sizeable interest in Morecambe striker Cole Stockton as his contract runs out.

DAILY EXPRESS
Chelsea owner Todd Boehly has received a positive update in his pursuit of Mauricio Pochettino.

DAILY STAR
Football fans can't get enough of the incredible finish to the Scottish League Two table as East Fife finished fourth ahead of Forfar who finished fifth.
The ongoing rift between PSG and their own supporters has taken yet another dramatic turn after the club cancelled more than half the tickets allocated to the Collectif Ultras Paris for Sunday's Ligue 1 match.

THE GUARDIAN
Liverpool are in talks to hire Jorg Schmadtke as the club's sporting director.
Sean Dyche has admitted livelihoods are at stake in Everton's final four matches and he intends to restore "core values" to the club irrespective of its Premier League fate.

THE ATHLETIC
Manchester City have not submitted offers or provided financial numbers to Borussia Dortmund or Jude Bellingham regarding a transfer fee or salary.
Newcastle United Women have been promoted to the FA Women's National League Northern Premier Division - the third-tier of English football - after a 2-0 win at Barnsley.

EVENING STANDARD
Harry Kane has suggested he will hold talks with Daniel Levy before the end of the season over the chairman's plans for Tottenham's next manager.

SCOTTISH SUN
Jubilant scenes in the Celtic dressing room after they retained the Scottish Premiership.
Thousands of fans descended on Celtic Park after the full-time whistle to celebrate their team winning the title.
Rangers boss Michael Beale has confirmed Alfredo Morelos will leave the club this summer.
Former Rangers academy chief Craig Mulholland could be set to join up with Nottingham Forest.



Barcelona are confident of finalising a deal to sign Manchester City and Germany midfielder Ilkay Gundogan, 32. (90min)

Aston Villa are preparing a move to sign Serbia forward Dusan Vlahovic, 23, from Juventus. (Football Insider)

Tottenham have asked Barcelona to name their price for Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kessie, 26. (Sport - in Spanish)

Liverpool have not made contact with Brighton over a move for 24-year-old Argentina midfielder Alexis Mac Allister. (Athletic)

Napoli president Aurelio de Laurentiis says the Serie A champions will not sell 24-year-old Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen, who has been linked with some of Europe's top clubs, this summer. (Cinque Minuti, via Mail)

Former Gabon captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 33, will leave Chelsea - and wants to return to Barcelona. (Fabrizio Romano)

Aston Villa are willing to pay Fulham's £60m asking price to sign 27-year-old Portugal midfielder Joao Palhinha from the London club. (Football Insider)

Portugal international Joao Cancelo's agent has met with Barcelona about the club signing the Manchester City defender, who is on loan at Bayern Munich, on a season-long loan with an option to buy the 28-year-old. (Sport - in Spanish)

Manchester City will look at a move for Bayern Munich's 20-year-old Dutch midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, who has been linked with Liverpool, if they miss out on bringing in England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, from Borussia Dortmund. (Mirror)

Belgium forward Eden Hazard intends to see out the final year of his contract at Real Madrid, despite the 32-year-old struggling for first-team football at the Spanish club. (Cadena Cope, via Marca)

Roma have agreed a deal with France midfielder Houssem Aouar which will see the 24-year-old join the Italian club in the summer when his contract at Lyon runs out. (Sky Sports Italia - in Italian)

Adam Lallana played a key role in convincing his former team-mate James Milner to join Brighton from Liverpool. The 37-year-old ex-England midfielder is closing in on a deal to join the Seagulls. (Football Insider)

Brentford want to sign Liverpool and Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher, 24. (Sun)
 

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THE SUN

Granit Xhaka has been offered the chance to return to Germany's Bundesliga by Bayer Leverkusen.
Christian Eriksen has urged his Manchester United team-mates not to start playing the blame game with their season in danger of capitulating.
Manchester United are reportedly set to offer £13m more than Kim Min-Jae's release clause in order to land one of Napoli's Serie A heroes.
The Telegraph's Jason Burt and The Mirror's John Cross discuss the future of Declan Rice following reports of interest from Arsenal


DAILY TELEGRAPH
West Ham United have not yet ruled out starting next season with David Moyes as the club's manager - and winning the Europa Conference League would give his case to stay on a huge boost.
David De Gea has been given no assurances he will remain Manchester United's No 1 goalkeeper next season, even though he is edging closer to agreeing a new contract with the club.
David De Gea had a moment to forget as the Manchester United goalkeeper gifted West Ham's Said Benrahma the winning goal in their 1-0 loss at West Ham
The DP World Tour is this week poised to hit the LIV Golf rebels with unprecedented fines of up to £500,000 and, as a result, more big names including Ryder Cup greats are expected to resign their memberships.
Sale Sharks will offer Luke Cowan-Dickie a route back into the Premiership if his deal with Montpellier breaks down, director of rugby Alex Sanderson has revealed.
The Madrid Open is at the centre of a fresh sexism row, just days after the event was criticised for dressing 'ball girls' in "feminising" outfits.


THE TIMES
Wout Weghorst is hopeful he has a future at Manchester United beyond the end of the season after positive talks with the club.

DAILY MAIL
Chelsea-bound Mauricio Pochettino wants a new goalkeeper, midfielder and striker to kick-start his reign at Stamford Bridge but will need to trim the Blues' bloated squad before he can bring any new players in.
Tim Sherwood believes Mauricio Pochettino is the right man to turn Chelsea around
Brentford technical director Lee Dykes has emerged as a contender for a senior role at Tottenham following the resignation of Fabio Paratici.
West Ham are resigned to losing Declan Rice this summer if an appropriate offer arrives for their £100m-rated captain.
Napoli and Juventus have expressed interest in signing Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic.
Lionel Messi is prepared to wait until the end of the season before deciding his next step.
The FA and Metropolitan Police are concerned that the Europa Conference League final could present a public order risk if West Ham qualify for the showpiece occasion at the 20,800-capacity Eden Arena amidst fears of thousands of ticketless supporters descending on Prague.
Cristiano Ronaldo pushed a member of the opposition's backroom staff away after they tried to take a selfie with him following Al Nassr's 1-1 draw with Al Khaleej.
Barcelona fans will be denied entry to Espanyol's RCDE Stadium on Sunday if they wear any items that represent the club's famous colours.
Blackpool have interviewed Narcis Pelach for the vacant head coach position at the club.
Crystal Palace winger Michael Olise is wanted by European giants PSG.
Real Madrid winger Eden Hazard is said to be 'seriously considering retiring' when his contract with Los Blancos expires.
Newcastle United have added Athletic Bilbao winger Nico Williams to their lengthy list of targets but Bayer Leverkusen's Moussa Diaby is off it.
Aston Villa-bound Mateu Alemany is trying to wrap up a new contract for Ousmane Dembele before he leaves Barcelona.
QPR goalkeeper Seny Dieng is wanted by French club Reims.
Southampton have checked on USA international striker Haji Wright.
Leeds United have beaten off competition from Rangers to tee up a £150,000 deal for Hamilton Academical's 16-year-old midfield prospect Josh McDonald.
Manchester United gave a trial to Salford City winger Kelly N'Mai last week.
French football expert Julien Laurens assesses the 'drama' going on with PSG forwards Lionel Messi and Neymar

DAILY MIRROR
Rob McElhenney has once again urged "young" Gareth Bale to reconsider his retirement and join Wrexham on a one-year deal.

THE ATHLETIC
Erik ten Hag has given his players two days off after Manchester United's defeat to West Ham United.
Chris Wilder insists he has not gone "off the boil" in management, despite a "tough" season that ended with Watford failing to make the play-offs.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers are reportedly interested in Arsenal defender Auston Trusty as Michael Beale narrows down his list of targets ahead of the summer window.
Auston Trusty's potential arrival at Ibrox could signal the departure of defender Ben Davies.

DAILY RECORD
Dundee United won't appeal Charlie Mulgrew's weekend red card at St Johnstone.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has admitted he had a lucky escape and he was a walking time bomb until his recent heart operation.


Paris St-Germain football adviser Luis Campos has spoken to Jose Mourinho's agent about the possibility of the Roma manager taking over this summer. (RMC Sport - in French)

Argentina forward Lionel Messi, whose contract with PSG ends in the summer, has not reached an agreement to join Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal. The 35-year-old is expected to make a decision on his future once the French season ends on 3 June. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Chelsea are looking to offload United States forward Christian Pulisic, 24, at the end of the season and could use him as a makeweight to encourage Napoli to sell 24-year-old Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen. (Mail)

Borussia Dortmund's England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, will reject the offer of a one-year contract extension to 2026 and a significantly improved salary of 14m euros (£12.2m). (Bild - in German)

Barcelona have set an asking price of 80m euros (£70m) for 26-year-old Brazil winger Raphinha, who is wanted by Newcastle United and Chelsea.(Sport - in Spanish)

Bayer Leverkusen have renewed their interest in Arsenal's Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka, 30, after failing to sign him last summer. (Mirror)

West Ham are resigned to losing 24-year-old England midfielder Declan Rice this summer if they receive an appropriate offer. (Mail)

West Ham are not interested in a player being used as part of any offer for Rice and want their £100m valuation met. (Football Insider)

Marseille's France midfielder Matteo Guendouzi, 24, is an option for West Ham as a potential replacement for Rice. (Athletic - subscription)

Eintracht Frankfurt will not sell France forward Randal Kolo Muani, 24, for less than 90m euros (£79m). (90 Min)

Crystal Palace winger Michael Olise, 21, is attracting the attention of Paris St-Germain, who are ready to make a summer bid for the France Under-21 international. (Mail)

Aston Villa, Leeds United and West Ham have been linked with Lyon's 26-year-old French forward Moussa Dembele. (Birmingham Mail)

Spain keeper David de Gea, 32, has been given no assurances he will remain Manchester United's first choice next season, even though he is close to agreeing a new contract. (Telegraph)

Newcastle United sporting director Dan Ashworth and scout Mick Tait have watched Blackburn Rovers' 18-year-old English midfielder Adam Wharton. (Mail)

Crystal Palace, Fulham and West Ham are among the European clubs interested in 28-year-old Bournemouth and Colombia midfielder Jefferson Lerma, who is out of contract this summer. (Teamtalk)

England midfielder James Ward-Prowse, 28, says there is no truth in reports suggesting Southampton will let him leave if they are relegated. (Hampshire Live)
 

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DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United are preparing to step up their interest in Goncalo Ramos with a potential record bid as part of a major summer rebuild.
Newcastle are reportedly willing to spend big this summer in order to secure their main transfer targets, with Barcelona winger Raphinha said to be high on their list.
Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe played down reports that the club are interested in signing both Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar Jr this summer

DAILY TELEGRAPH
David De Gea has agreed the terms of his new contract at Manchester United to stay beyond the current season.
Chelsea's decision to offer Mauricio Pochettino the permanent head coach job could help get N'Golo Kante's proposed contract renewal over the line.

THE SUN
Declan Rice's performance against Manchester United has seen the West Ham star rocket to the top of Erik ten Hag's summer shopping list.
The Telegraph's Jason Burt and The Mirror's John Cross discuss the future of Declan Rice following reports of interest from Arsenal
Brighton are preparing a summer bid for Hoffenheim attacking midfielder Christoph Baumgartner.
Manchester City have joined the chase for Italian wonderkid Cher Ndour.
Yan Dhanda is being watched by Blackburn, Birmingham and Ipswich.
Sergio Busquets has reportedly decided to not sign an extension at Barcelona and will leave this summer.
Yerry Mina is reportedly set to leave Everton for free after the club failed to offer him a new contract.
Former NFL star JJ Watt enjoyed a pub crawl before Burnley's last game of the season for "research" purposes.

DAILY STAR
UEFA has a back-up plan should the Champions League final be unable to be held in Istanbul as Turkey prepares to go to the polls over the weekend.

DAILY MAIL
Marco Silva has a £6m release fee in his Fulham contract amid interest in the Portuguese coach ahead of what is set to be a summer of managerial upheaval.
Chelsea are exploring ways to keep Joao Felix at the club on a permanent basis with Atletico Madrid continuing to demand £88m for the forward.
Neymar wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer, according to reports.
Eintracht Frankfurt CEO Axel Hallmann has said it would take a bid in excess of £78m for the club to sell Randal Kolo Muani, amid interest from Manchester United and Bayern Munich.
Arsenal are hoping to announce Bukayo Saka's new contract before the end of the Premier League season.
Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is considering a heartfelt request from the Gabon president to step out of international retirement.
Erling Haaland's dad Alf-Inge was seen being escorted out of a corporate box after allegedly clashing with Real Madrid fans during their semi-final with Manchester City.
Abdoulaye Doucoure has cast doubt on his Everton future and said he is not sure if he wants to stay at the club.
Liverpool are in advanced talks to make Jorg Schmadtke their new sporting director and want him in place for the start of the summer transfer window.
Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff has avoided a serious foot injury amid fears his season could have been over.

THE TIMES
Aaron Ramsdale is set to be rewarded with a new long-term contract after playing a leading role in Arsenal's surprise title charge this season.
Dean Smith pulled his Leicester City players in for training on a planned day off after their disappointing defeat by Fulham.
Italian football and rugby are joining forces in an attempt to win hosting rights for three major sporting events in the space of five years and to fast-track renovations of the country's crumbling stadium infrastructure.
Sam Billings has revealed that he underwent surgery last year for skin cancer, which informed his decision to play in the Pakistan Super League rather than tour Bangladesh with England.
Sky Italy reporter Gianluca Di Marzio has the latest transfer news from Italy involving Premier League clubs.

THE ATHLETIC
Watford are in advanced talks with Valerien Ismael over becoming the club's new head coach.
Aston Villa want to strengthen their senior management structure by hiring former Philadelphia 76ers President Chris Heck.
The takeover bids for Manchester United made by Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani are not contingent on where they finish this season.
Eintracht Frankfurt have confirmed that head coach Oliver Glasner will leave the Bundesliga club at the end of the season.

THE GUARDIAN
Dani Alves will remain in jail after a Spanish court denied his request to be freed on bail on Tuesday while a sexual assault accusation against the former Barcelona player is investigated.

DAILY RECORD
Kenny Barclay is to leave Rangers, as the finance director becomes the latest victim of a boardroom shakeup.
Roberto Martinez has saluted Rangers' recruitment and says Nicolas Raskin is 'very close' to a senior Belgium call-up.

SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers will listen to summer offers for Antonio Colak after knocking back January interest.
Ryan Jack is close to agreeing a one-year deal with Rangers.
Portugal manager Roberto Martinez has revealed he is keeping close tabs on Jota.
Police have issued a warning to Celtic fans after plans emerged online of their intentions to gather in Glasgow city centre to celebrate winning the league.



Manchester United have held talks with Benfica over a deal worth up to £100m, including add-ons, for Portugal striker Goncalo Ramos, 21. (Mirror)

Chelsea hope the potential appointment of Mauricio Pochettino as manager could help persuade France midfielder N'Golo Kante, 32, to sign a new contract at Stamford Bridge. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Chelsea are ready to offer 33-year-old Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Spain defender Marc Cucurella, 24, as makeweights in a deal to turn 23-year-old Portugal forward Joao Felix's loan from Atletico Madrid into a permanent deal. (Standard)

Manchester United are ready to rival Arsenal and Chelsea for the signature of Declan Rice after being impressed with the 24-year-old England midfielder's performance for West Ham against the Red Devils on Sunday. (Sun)

Bayer Leverkusen are interested in signing Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka, 30, with the Switzerland international having received interest from the German club last season. (Mirror)

West Ham are interested in Coventry City's 24-year-old Sweden forward Viktor Gyokeres. (Mirror)

Arsenal are hopeful England winger Bukayo Saka, 21, will sign a new five-year contract worth £300,000 a week before the end of the season. (TalkSPORT)

Newcastle are among a number of Premier League clubs set to rival Inter Milan and Juventus for the signature of Monza's 24-year-old Brazilian full-back Carlos Augusto. (Calciomercato)

Liverpool are in advanced talks to appoint German Jorg Schmadtke their new sporting director. (Mail)

Everton's Abdoulaye Doucoure, 30, says he does not know if he wants to stay at the club with the France midfielder out of contract in the summer but with the option to extend for 12 months. (Daily Mail)

Barcelona and Spain veteran Sergio Busquets is set to leave the Nou Camp this summer, with the 34-year-old midfielder deciding against renewing his contract after 15 years at the club. (Marca - in Spanish)

Fulham manager Marco Silva has a £6m release clause in his contract with West Ham considering an approach for the 45-year-old Portuguese should they decide to sack Scot David Moyes at the end of the season. (Mail)

David de Gea has agreed a new contract with Manchester United on reduced terms but there is no guarantee the 32-year-old Spain goalkeeper will be the club's number one. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Former England midfielder James Milner, 37, rejected an offer from Everton in favour of joining Brighton once his Liverpool contract expires this summer. (Football Insider)

Chelsea Women expect 30-year-old Denmark midfielder Pernille Harder and Sweden defender Magdalena Eriksson, 29, to leave for Bayern Munich on free transfers when their contracts expire this summer. (Standard)

Former West Brom and Barnsley boss Valerien Ismael is in advanced talks to become Watford manager. (Athletic - subscription required)
 

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Arsenal fear being priced out of a deal for £100m-rated West Ham captain Declan Rice because of competition from a number of rival clubs in the Premier League (The Sun).

That comes as Leeds may have opened the door for the Gunners to land Barcelona starlet Ilias Akhomach on a free transfer this summer after his proposed move to the Premier League fell through (Daily Express).

One potential outgoing at the Emirates could be forward Reiss Nelson, as he has interest from a host of clubs, with Serie A giants AC Milan joining Premier League rivals West Ham and Fulham in readying an offer for him if he is unable to secure a new deal (Evening Standard).

Mikel Arteta could look to bolster his defensive options this summer with offers being considered for Crystal Palace centre-back Marc Guehi and Leicester full-back Timothy Castagne (Daily Mirror).

A Guehi sale will be good for Chelsea, who could pocket more than £10m if Crystal Palace sell the defender amid interest from Manchester United and Tottenham alongside Arsenal (The Sun).

Mateo Kovacic is likely to leave Chelsea in the summer with Bayern Munich and both Manchester City and Manchester United interested in the midfielder (The Guardian).

Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo is reported to have a "mechanism" in his contract, much like team-mate Alexis Mac Allister, which would make it easier for Arsenal to secure his services in the summer (The Athletic).

However, reports in South America have hinted that Liverpool have made their first approach over Mac Allister as they try to make an early addition to their midfield for next season (Daily Express).

Another new face in that area of the pitch could be Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich, and Liverpool may be about to get a boost in their hopes of signing
the young Dutchman as he is reportedly willing to 'force his hand' in making a deal happen this summer (Daily Express).

Newcastle will renew their interest in Leicester star James Maddison this summer (Daily Telegraph).

Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has been offered a deal to play in Saudi Arabia next season which would treble his current Tottenham salary (The Times).

The Glazers are finally ready to sell Manchester United - with Sir Jim Ratcliffe the preferred bidder (The Sun).

Real Madrid are ready to make a sensational double swoop this summer to bring not only Jude Bellingham but also PSG striker Kylian Mbappe to Spain (Daily Telegraph).

Rafael Leao has ended speculation about his future with AC Milan by agreeing terms on a new five-year deal, news which will disappoint Liverpool and Chelsea (The Athletic).

Aston Villa want to sign Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio and will offer a lucrative alternative to extending his time in Spain (The Athletic).

Bayern Munich have ruled themselves out of making an offer for in-demand Napoli striker Victor Osimhen this summer (Daily Mail).

And finally on Thursday, West Brom striker Karlan Grant is likely to receive interest from Rangers in the summer (Daily Mirror).



Tottenham and France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, 36, has an offer to play in Saudi Arabia next season and triple his current salary at Spurs. (Times - subscription required)

Arsenal are set to announce an extension to 21-year-old England forward Bukayo Saka's contract, which will run until 2028. (Fabrizio Romano)

Newcastle have revived their interest in Leicester's 26-year-old England midfielder James Maddison. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Liverpool are interested in signing Real Madrid and France midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni, 23, even if it initially means a loan deal. (90min)

Tottenham want to secure a replacement for former managing director Fabio Paratici before finalising plans to bring in a new manager. (Mirror)

Manchester City have turned their attention to Chelsea's 29-year-old Croatia midfielder Mateo Kovacic as an alternative to England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, who is set to join Real Madrid from Borussia Dortmund. (Football Insider)

Liverpool are poised to sign Hannover 96's 34-year-old former Germany international Ron-Robert Zieler as a backup goalkeeper. (Bild - in German)

Wolves are interested in signing Coventry City and Sweden striker Viktor Gyokeres, 24. (Sky Sports) *

Paris St-Germain are set to lose France forward Kylian Mbappe with Real Madrid's pursuit of the 24-year-old back on. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Napoli have increased their asking price for Victor Osimhen to 160m euros (£139m) in anticipation of a bidding war for the 24-year-old Nigeria striker. (Il Matino - in Italian)

AC Milan's 23-year-old Portugal forward Rafael Leao, who has been linked with Liverpool and Chelsea, has signed a new five-year contract with the Italian club. (Athletic - subscription required)

Liverpool are ready to meet the 60m euros (£52m) release clause for Sporting Lisbon's 22-year-old Uruguay midfielder Manuel Ugarte. (Record - in Portuguese)

Manchester United are monitoring Inter Milan's 25-year-old Argentina striker Lautaro Martinez. (Football Insider)

England goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, 24, is close to agreeing a new long-term contract at Arsenal. (ESPN)

Sunderland are planning to offer Jack Clarke a new contract to fend off interest from Crystal Palace and Brentford in the 22-year-old English forward. (Teamtalk)

Barcelona's 26-year-old Brazilian forward Raphinha, who has been linked with Newcastle, has rubbished claims he is open to a move away from the Nou Camp this summer. (Chronicle Live)
 

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Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag will make signing Everton and England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford a summer priority if the club is unable to secure a new deal for David de Gea.


THE TIMES

Chelsea's owners are looking to ease the crisis at Stamford Bridge by recruiting a new chief executive from within their own business empire, current Clearlake Capital operating executive Chris Jurasek.


DAILY MAIL

UEFA has held informal talks about moving the Champions League final to the Stadium of Light in Lisbon, home of Benfica, if there is unrest in host city Istanbul following the presidential Turkish elections, which could include a run-off on May 28.

Wolves are hopeful Ruben Neves will not leave the club on a free transfer despite sustained interest from Manchester United, Arsenal and Barcelona.

Tottenham are confident they are unlikely to face any competition for Julian Nagelsmann this summer as they continue their search for Antonio Conte's long-term replacement.

Emiliano Martinez is ready to quit Aston Villa this summer, according to reports in Argentina, with a host of Premier League rivals including Chelsea and Manchester United set to make their interest known.

Burnley, Brentford and Wolves are leading the race to sign highly-rated Almeria forward El Bilal Toure, who is likely to cost in the region of £25m.

Bojan Krkic has snubbed Lionel Messi when asked about the best players he has featured alongside, naming Ronaldinho at the top over the Argentina World Cup winner.

Royston Drenthe has opened up on his time on loan at Everton, admitting he had a series of rows with then manager David Moyes who, he claims, tried to "get under his skin".

Owner Bill Foley is offering Bournemouth players a trip to Las Vegas, where he owns the NHL's Golden Knights, should they secure Premier League survival, but it appears most might have to turn his offer down because of previously booked holidays.

Sheikh Jassim has been sent desperate messages on social media by Manchester United fans after stories emerged that Sir Jim Ratcliffe's bid to acquire the club is in pole position.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

Fabio Capello believes Gareth Southgate can deliver Euro 2024 glory to England before eventually moving away from the role, with an overseas candidate potentially taking over.

EVENING STANDARD

Mauricio Pochettino will prioritise attempts to keep England star Mason Mount at Chelsea once he is confirmed as the club's next manager.

Arsenal are set to face competition from Paris Saint-Germain if they make a move for Bayer Leverkusen winger Moussa Diaby this summer.

DAILY MIRROR

William Saliba and Oleksandr Zinchenko will not play for Arsenal again this season because of injury.

Chelsea U14s captain Charlie Holland was handed a surprise chance to train with the club's first-team squad on Thursday.

THE SUN

Aston Villa could have as much as £200m to spend in the summer transfer window and are likely to target Sporting Lisbon midfielder Manuel Ugarte, also wanted by Newcastle.

Dwight Yorke has launched a scathing attack on Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag, saying he has not been as good as the man he replaced - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - and that he needs to be called out over their nine defeats this season.

Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has suffered another legal setback after his £280,000 Porsche was seized following a dismissed appeal against driving offence conditions.

Liverpool **** hero Ragnar Klavan will be part of Saturday's Eurovision Song Contest, being held in the city, as he has been selected to read out the results of the Estonian jury.

KSI, who returns to the boxing ring this weekend against Joe Fournier, has revealed a rematch with Jake Paul and fights with Tommy Fury and Conor McGregor would be his dream scenario.

Sky Italy reporter Gianluca Di Marzio has the latest transfer news from Italy involving Premier League clubs

DAILY RECORD

Aberdeen are closing on a first addition for next season with Livingston skipper Nicky Devlin set to finalise a move to Pittodrie.

Celtic are set to be quoted a fee of £7m by FC Luzern if they want to sign Switzerland midfielder Ardon Jashari.

Malky Mackay has dismissed talk of Yan Dhanda returning to England next season amid interest from Blackburn, Birmingham and Ipswich.

Vasilis Barkas says he would love to stay with FC Utrecht after a season on loan there from Celtic, but the Dutch club has already said a permanent deal would be too expensive for them.



Manchester United fear they will fail to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane this summer, with Spurs determined to keep the 29-year-old England captain even though he will soon have just one year left on his contract. (Mirror)

La Liga president Javier Tebas says the departure of Spanish midfielder Sergio Busquets from Barcelona is the "beginning of the path" for the Spanish club to re-sign 35-year-old Argentina forward Lionel Messi, whose contract with Paris St-Germain runs out in the summer. (Cadena COPE - in Spanish)

Chelsea are set to put a move for Napoli's Victor Osimhen on hold as they believe agreeing a deal for the Nigeria striker, 24, would be too difficult this summer. (Football Insider)

Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, 29, will return to Chelsea from his loan at Inter Milan in the summer and hold talks with prospective new Blues boss boss Mauricio Pochettino as well as taking part in pre-season training before a decision is taken on his future. (Mirror)

Pochettino wants Chelsea to restart contract talks with 24-year-old England midfielder Mason Mount, whose deal with the Blues runs out at the end of next season. (Standard)

Chelsea will request between £30-40m for Croatia midfielder Mateo Kovacic, with Manchester City interested in the 29-year-old. (Football Insider)

Aston Villa are in talks to sign Sporting Lisbon midfielder Manuel Ugarte, with the 22-year-old Uruguay international having also been linked with Chelsea and Liverpool. (Football Transfers)

Ugarte's agent says there are a number of clubs interested in the player, who he expects to leave Sporting Lisbon in the summer. (O Jogo - in Portuguese)

Manchester United are getting ready to make a move for Everton and England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, 29, if Spain keeper David de Gea, 32, leaves the club. (Mirror)

Manchester United are interested in 20-year-old Anderlecht and Netherlands keeper Bart Verbruggen, with De Gea's number one status at the Old Trafford club in doubt. (Manchester Evening News)

Newcastle, Manchester United and Liverpool scouts have been watching Nice's French centre-back Jean-Clair Todibo, 23. (Fabrizio Romano)

Argentina keeper Emiliano Martinez is set to leave Aston Villa in the summer, with Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham targeting the 30-year-old. (Gaston Edul, TyC Sports)

Inter Milan chief executive Giuseppe Marotta says he thinks manager Simone Inzaghi will stay at the club and added that 27-year-old Cameroon keeper Andre Onana, who has been linked to Manchester United, wants to stay at the Serie A side. (La Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)

Aston Villa want to bring in Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio, 27, on a free transfer when the Spain international's contract runs out in the summer. (Athletic - subscription required)

Newcastle United will face competition from Paris St-Germain for Bayer Leverkusen winger Moussa Diaby, with the German club wanting at least 60m euros for the France international, 23. (Sport Bild - in German)

Arsenal looked at Diaby in January and have also identified him as a possible target in the summer. (Standard)

Bayern Munich would like to keep hold of on-loan Manchester City defender Joao Cancelo, while Arsenal and Barcelona are also interested in the 28-year-old Portugal international. (90 Min)

Brentford want £40m for in-demand Spain goalkeeper David Raya, 27. (Sky Sports)

Everton have a strong interest in signing Southampton's Ghana defender Mohammed Salisu, 24, this summer. (Football Insider)

Nottingham Forest will refuse offers for Brennan Johnson if they stay up this season, with Aston Villa and Newcastle among the clubs to have registered an interest in the Wales forward, 21. (Football Transfers)

Norwich City are set to sign English striker Ashley Barnes when the 33-year-old's contract with Burnley expires in the summer. (Football Insider)

Chelsea's English defender Dujon Sterling, 23, is expected to move to Scottish club Rangers on a free transfer in the coming weeks. (Standard)
 

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THE TIMES



Sir Jim Ratcliffe has moved a significant step closer to securing Manchester United with the Glazer family and their New York bankers ready to discuss details of a sale, although there remains a chance that Sheikh Jassim could make a last-ditch fourth offer for the club.

The Welsh government is to hand Wrexham FC £17m in public funding to renovate the Racecourse Ground, which will boost capacity to 16,500 and see Wales return to playing international matches there.

Rafael Nadal will have to decide on Saturday whether to ask for an entry to the ATP Challenger event in Bordeaux for vital match practice ahead of his bid for a 15th French Open title, for which his preparations have been hit by a lingering hip problem.


DAILY MIRROR

Chelsea are keen on Aston Villa goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez as doubts swirl over his future with the club.

Moises Caicedo's agent expects "many offers" to arrive for the Brighton midfielder this summer, but has praised Roberto De Zerbi for the way he handled their transfer saga in January.

Matteo Guendouzi has admitted he has struggled since being dropped from Marseille's starting line-up, with West Ham potentially in position to make a move for the former Arsenal midfielder if Declan Rice departs this summer.



DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester United have submitted what is being described as a "colossal" offer for Napoli defender Min-Jae Kim and opened talks with the South Korea international's agent, according to reports.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Chelsea are unlikely to stand in Thiago Silva's way if the Brazilian tells the Premier League club he wants to make an emotional return to Fluminense this summer.

Roma sporting director Tiago Pinto is among the possible candidates to take over from Fabio Paratici as Tottenham sporting director, and he is believed to be keen on a Premier League role.

David Pleat hopes Luton Town will come out on top in the Championship play-offs because he feels Premier League clubs will hate visiting Kenilworth Road next season.

Joe Willock has admitted he was "hurt" when it became clear Mikel Arteta had no place for him in his plans at Arsenal, which eventually ended up in a permanent move to Newcastle.

Fabio Paratici wanted Tottenham to sign Dusan Vlahovic from Fiorentina in 2021 as a replacement for Harry Kane.

Sky Italy reporter Gianluca Di Marzio has the latest transfer news from Italy involving Premier League clubs

DAILY MAIL

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is finalising plans to appoint a new sporting director before the summer transfer window opens.

Arnie Slot, Roberto De Zerbi and Luis Enrique are being considered as options for the manager's job.

Brighton have opened talks to sign Borussia Dortmund midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud, who is understood to be keen on working with Seagulls head coach Roberto De Zerbi.

Miguel Delaney of The Independent and Mark Ogden of ESPN reflect on the news that Julian Nagelsmann won't be Tottenham's next manager and discuss who could take the position

THE GUARDIAN

Manchester United are ready to make a concerted effort to sign Declan Rice this summer but Arsenal remain favourites to sign the West Ham captain.

Arsenal are working closely with police to investigate anti-Semitic posts sent in private WhatsApp messages between members of fans group the Ashburton Army.

Chelsea have brought in an external law firm to investigate whether their president of business, Tom Glick, acted appropriately when he told a female agent that her complaints to him about the behaviour of a club executive did not interest him and were not relevant to his job.

The DP World Tour may lose Porsche as a sponsor of the European Open after Paul Casey and Martin Kaymer were ruled out of the event after joining LIV Golf.

West Ham manager David Moyes would 'love' Declan Rice to remain at the club but is 'aware that might not be the case' at the end of the season

EVENING STANDARD

Tottenham's shortlist of possible overseas managers to take over from Antonio Conte is down to four - Luis Enrique, Ruben Amorim, Arne Slot and Xabi Alonso.

Chelsea are set to try and sell as many as 15 players this summer, rather than loan them out, with Todd Boehly's sporting directors Paul Winstanley and Laurence Stewart being told that only players with genuine future first-team prospects be loaned out.

THE SUN

Despite reports to the contrary in Italy, Tottenham have every intention of converting Dejan Kulusevski's loan move from Juventus into a permanent £30.5m transfer this summer.

Luca Brecel has splashed out £250,000 on a Ferrari to celebrate his first snooker World Championship.

Sean Dyche is planning for a worst-case scenario of selling £250m worth of players - including Jordan Pickford, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Amadou Onana - if the club is relegated.

UEFA insists next month's Champions League final will take place in Istanbul despite concerns over violence in Turkey following elections in the country.

Chris Cowlin from the Spurs Chat podcast discusses the news that Julian Nagelsmann will not be the next Tottenham head coach and says he would not be surprised if Ryan Mason was given the job on a permanent basis

DAILY STAR

Wrexham stars are being lined up to make acting debuts with cameo roles in Ryan Reynolds' third Deadpool movie.

THE SCOTTISH SUN

Michael Beale could bring defender Leon Balogun back to Rangers after he was confirmed as departing QPR at the end of his contract.

DAILY RECORD

FC Luzern boss Marco Frick has admitted captain Ardon Jashiri will leave the club this summer with Celtic one of his potential destinations.

Northampton Town are looking to get their two Scotland U21 stars, Fulham's Kieron Bowie and Brighton's Marc Leonard, back next season when they will be in League One.



Manchester United are ready to step up their interest in West Ham's 24-year-old England midfielder Declan Rice, but Arsenal remain favourites to sign him. (Guardian)

Marseille and France midfielder Matteo Guendouzi, 24, could replace Rice at West Ham.(Mirror)

Manchester United were offered the chance to sign 51-goal striker Erling Haaland, 22, for £4m when he played for Norwegian side Molde, former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said. (Sun)

Chelsea could move ahead of Liverpool in the race to sign Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, 24, by making defender and current Seagulls loanee Levi Colwill, 20, part of a swap deal. (Express)

Chelsea and Manchester United are interested in signing Aston Villa's Argentina goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, 30, with Tottenham also in the market for a new keeper. (Mirror)

Chelsea will allow 38-year-old Brazil defender Thiago Silva to rejoin Fluminense this summer. (Telegraph - subscription)

Manchester United have opened talks with Napoli's South Korea defender Kim Min-jae. Liverpool and Paris St-Germain are also interested in the 26-year-old. (Foot Mercato - in French)

Borussia Dortmund's 19-year-old England midfielder Jude Bellingham has agreed personal terms with Real Madrid.(90min)

Tottenham are expected to complete the permanent signing of Sweden forward Dejan Kulusevski, 23, from Juventus this summer. (PA via Independent)

Tottenham are ready to make Roma's Brazil defender Roger Ibanez, 24, their first summer signing. (La Repubblica via Four Four Two)

Brighton are close to agreeing a deal to sign Germany midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud, 27, when his Borussia Dortmund contract expires at the end of the season. (Fabrizio Romano)

Arsenal are interested in RB Leipzig's 23-year-old French defender Mohamed Simakan, who signed a new contract in December. (Guardian)

Tottenham and Manchester United must pay £40m if they want to sign Spain keeper David Raya, 27, from Brentford this summer. (Evening Standard)

Newcastle could bid £30m for Bayer Leverkusen's 23-year-old French forward Amine Adli, although they expect competition from Bayern Munich and AC Milan. (Guardian)

Nottingham Forest's England midfielder Jesse Lingard, 30, has been offered to Besiktas when his contract expires in the summer. (Nottingham Post)
 

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SUNDAY MIRROR

Liverpool are ready to end the race for World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister with a £70m deal for the Brighton midfielder.
Ferland Mendy has been told that he can leave Real Madrid in the summer transfer window, with Mikel Arteta's Arsenal eyeing a move in a bid to add to their squad depth.
Chelsea's prospective new head coach Mauricio Pochettino is desperate to sign a new goalkeeper, and Edouard Mendy's performance against Nottingham Forest underlined why.
Arsenal are set to face significant competition from Manchester United this summer in the race to prise Declan Rice away from West Ham.
Ismaila Sarr is a likely target for Crystal Palace if Wilfried Zaha leaves the club.
Vincent Kompany is planning talks with Wout Weghortst when the striker's loan move at Manchester United ends.
West Ham manager David Moyes would 'love' Declan Rice to remain at the club but is 'aware that might not be the case' at the end of the season


SUNDAY EXPRESS
Sheikh Jassim remains in the race to buy Manchester United, despite Sir Jim Ratcliffe appearing to be in pole position.
Miguel Delaney and Mark Ogden have the latest on the Manchester United takeover and how Erik ten Hag's transfer plans in the summer could be affected

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
James Anderson is unlikely to play any further part in Lancashire's clash with Somerset because of a groin injury sustained when bowling in the match.

MAIL ON SUNDAY
Mauricio Pochettino is getting ready to arrive at Chelsea with Lautaro Martinez, Declan Rice, Alexis Mac Allister and Emi Martinez all targets.
England could appoint a foreign successor to Gareth Southgate according to FA technical director John McDermott.


THE SUN
Kyle Walker is ready to snub interest from abroad and see out the final 12 months of his contract at Manchester City.
Arsenal have a Met Police officer stationed at their training ground to prevent players being targeted by thieves.
Lisandro Martinez is in line for a hefty pay rise this summer - as soon as Manchester United's ownership saga is finally resolved.
Spurs are set to make Dejan Kulusevski's loan move permanent this summer.

THE OBSERVER
The chief executive of the Football Australia is "pretty confident and optimistic" players will be allowed to wear rainbow armbands at the Women's World Cup after holding talks with FIFA.

DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY
Football fans were fuming with the treatment Lionel Messi received from PSG's ultras as he played for the first time since being suspended by the Ligue 1 club for missing training.
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney led the celebrations on social media after Notts County again came from behind to secure an emotional Wembley promotion via penalties.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Ange Postecoglou confessed that for the first time in his Celtic era the team gave up - branding the defeat against Rangers a desperate display.


Former Tottenham Hotspur and Paris St-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino has agreed terms to take over at Chelsea this summer. (Telegraph)

Pochettino wants Mason Mount to stay at Stamford Bridge, although the 24-year-old England midfielder only has one year left on his contract and has not been offered an extension. (Mail)

Liverpool are ready to end the race for World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister with a £70m deal for the Brighton and Argentina midfielder. (Mirror)

Chelsea are ready to bid £70m for Brighton and Ecuador midfielder Moises Caicedo this summer. (Fichajes - in Spanish)

Manchester City and England defender Kyle Walker, 32, is ready to reject interest from abroad and see out the final 12 months of his contract at Etihad Stadium. (Sun)

Manchester United and Argentina defender Lisandro Martinez, 25, is in line for a pay rise this summer as soon as the club's ownership issues are resolved. (Sun)

Everton would be willing to accept £50m this summer for Belgium midfielder Amadou Onana if they are relegated from the Premier League. (Football Insider)

Barcelona are interested in signing Wolves and Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves, 26. (Talksport)

England midfielder Jude Bellingham reportedly rejected a move from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City as he did not want to join a 'plastic club'. (FourFourTwo)

Bellingham's younger brother Jobe, the 17-year-old Birmingham City midfielder, is closing in on a move to Sunderland and was pictured at the Stadium of Light for the Black Cats' play-off semi-final first leg on Saturday. (Northern Echo)

Aston Villa are keen on Real Madrid and Spain midfielder Marco Asensio, 27, and Barcelona's Spain forward Ferran Torres, 23. (Sport - in Spanish)

But Torres has insisted he wants to stay with Barcelona and has had no contact with Villa. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Real Madrid are looking to sell French full-back Ferland Mendy, 27, with Arsenal on alert. (Mirror)

Manchester United have entered the race to sign Bayern Munich's Netherlands midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, 20, this summer. (Football Insider)

The president of Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal, Fahad Bin Saad Bin Nafel, has refused to comment on speculation surrounding a move for Paris St-Germain and Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 35. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Atletico Madrid are in talks with Racing Club de Montevideo over a move for Uruguayan centre-back Santiago Mourino, 21. (Marca - in Spanish)

Highly rated Liverpool defender Isaac Mabaya, 18, has signed a new contract with the club. (Liverpool Echo)

Manchester City are close to completing a deal to sign England Under-16s goalkeeper Spike Brits, 15, from AFC Wimbledon. (Fabrizio Romano)
 

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L'EQUIPE

Manchester United are ready to reignite their pursuit of Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot this summer but Newcastle are also keen on signing the 28-year-old.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Mauricio Pochettino is returning to London from Barcelona this week to sign his contract as Chelsea's new head coach, which is expected to be an initial three years, and immediately start planning for next season.
Leicester City have scrapped their end-of-season awards dinner with the club facing relegation from the Premier League, while their players face wage reductions of up to 50 per cent if they go down.


DAILY MIRROR
Arsenal are on alert after Ferland Mendy was told he can leave Real Madrid this summer.‌
John Barnes claims he has heard that Virgil van Dijk has 'told' Jurrien Timber to snub Manchester United and join him at Liverpool - just as he did with Cody Gakpo.
Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has refused to confirm whether his side will sign Joao Cancelo permanently this summer.
Todd Boehly has allegedly admitted he might have made a mistake by sacking Thomas Tuchel as Chelsea prepare to appoint Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager.
Jobe Bellingham is set to quit Birmingham and sign for Sunderland, according to reports.
Gary Neville says Mauricio Pochettino won't take any nonsense at Chelsea and will make 'massive improvements' straight away at Stamford Bridge

DAILY EXPRESS
Brighton head coach Roberto De Zerbi has admitted Moises Caicedo and Alexis Mac Allister could leave the club this summer but insists Kaoru Mitoma is going nowhere.
Roy Keane has questioned Manchester United's reported interest in goalkeeper Jordan Pickford as Erik ten Hag looks to recruit a new goalkeeper.
Gilberto Silva has urged Mikel Arteta to consider whether Oleksandr Zinchenko is the player he needs in his Arsenal midfield rather than a new signing.
Manchester United co-owner Avram Glazer was typically tight-lipped when asked by reporters over the status of the club's potential takeover after attending the Women's FA Cup final on Sunday.
Southampton's relegation from the Premier League could have come at the perfect time for Chelsea, with incoming boss Mauricio Pochettino potentially reuniting with the player he once described as a "role model" when they worked together a decade ago.
Notts County are bracing themselves for big-money offers for striker Macaula

DAILY MAIL
Thiago Silva's wife has quashed reports the Brazilian could leave Chelsea this summer.
Burnley boss Vincent Kompany will hold talks with Wout Weghorst when he returns to the Clarets in the summer.
Union Berlin are braced for summer offers for their star forward Sheraldo Becker amid interest from Premier League clubs including West Ham, Fulham and Burnley.
Joan Laporta has again vowed to bring Lionel Messi back to Barcelona next season even though he is likely to need to get £180m in salary off the books to make it happen.
Leeds United are waiting to find out whether they will be charged over one of their supporters confronting Newcastle United boss Eddie Howe in his technical area at Elland Road during Saturday's 2-2 draw.
Toulouse and Nantes both dropped players - Zakaria Aboukhlal and Mostafa Mohamed respectively - after they refused to participate in Ligue 1's campaign against homophobia at the weekend.
MMA star Mauro Chaulet has been shot dead by military police in Porto Alegre, Brazil, local media has reported.

THE SUN
Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude Bellingham has reportedly turned down a move to Manchester City.
Ajax's trip to Groningen on Sunday was abandoned after multiple smoke bombs were thrown onto the pitch.
Mauricio Pochettino's arrival at Chelsea appears unlikely to change Mason Mount's mind on staying, with relations between his representatives and the club reportedly at an all-time low.
Paul Pogba's Juventus injury hell continued on Sunday when he was forced off in tears after 24 minutes in his first start of the season against Cremonese.
Real Madrid are hopeful Eduardo Camavinga will be available for the Champions League semi-final second leg against Manchester City despite limping off against Getafe on Saturday with an apparent knee injury.
Sky Italy reporter Gianluca Di Marzio has the latest transfer news from Italy involving Premier League clubs

MARCA
Real Madrid are set to cool their interest in Kylian Mbappe amid Vinicius Junior's impressive form.

SPORT
Aston Villa are interested in signing Real Madrid star Marco Asensio and Barcelona forward Ferran Torres this summer.

SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers target Luis Palma has dropped a massive hint about his future ahead of the £4.3m battle for his signature.
Allan McGregor's exit from Rangers has been all but confirmed by boss Michael Beale.


Manchester United are back in the hunt for midfielder Adrien Rabiot as the 28-year-old Frenchman approaches the end of his contract at Juventus. (L'Equipe - in French)

Real Madrid remain interested in signing French striker Kylian Mbappe from Paris St-Germain but will not pay a transfer fee for the 24-year-old. (Marca- in Spanish)

Mauricio Pochettino is set to sign a three-year deal to become Chelsea's new head coach. (Telegraph)

Pochettino's arrival at Stamford Bridge is coming too late to save contract negotiations with England midfielder Mason Mount, 24. (Sun)

Brighton manager Roberto de Zerbi is expecting Ecuadorian midfielder Moises Caicedo, 21, and Argentina midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, 24, to leave the club this summer. (Metro)

Dutch striker Wout Weghorst will hold talks with Burnley manager Vincent Kompany once his loan spell ends at Manchester United. (Sun)

Crystal Palace are interested in signing Lyon's French striker Moussa Dembele, 26, this summer. (Football Insider)

Manchester United have joined Arsenal in the race to sign RB Leipzig's 23-year-old French defender Mohamed Simakan. (Fichajes - in Spanish)

AC Milan remain keen to keep Real Madrid's on-loan Spanish midfielder Brahim Diaz, 23, at the club next season. (Calciomercato)

Thiago Silva's wife Belle has confirmed that the 38-year-old Brazilian defender intends to stay at Chelsea next season. (Evening Standard)

Paris St-Germain are set to make their loan deal for French striker Hugo Ekitike, 20, permanent but Eintracht Frankfurt remain interested in the player. (L'Equipe - in French)

Spain midfielder Gavi, 18, has denied links with a move to the Premier League and says Barcelona are "the club of his dreams". (Barca TV via Fabrizio Romano)

Real Madrid want to sign 24-year-old Napoli and Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen. (Fichajes - in Spanish)
 

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DAILY MAIL

Arsenal are set to open talks with West Ham over a £90m swoop for Declan Rice as Emirates chiefs prepare to loosen the purse strings ahead of their Champions League return.
Speaking on Back Pages Tonight, David Ornstein from The Athletic claims that Arsenal's £200m potential outlay this summer is not a reaction to losing the title but due to an increase in revenues due to Champions League football
Manchester City are maintaining a watching brief on Mateo Kovacic, who is ready to leave Chelsea this summer.
Newcastle United are keen on Chelsea's Conor Gallagher as Eddie Howe looks to bolster his midfield this summer - but the Toon will face stiff competition for Leicester's James Maddison.
Wilfried Zaha is set to miss the final two matches of the season - with Crystal Palace now waiting to discover whether the icon has played his last game for the club.
Crystal Palace star Eberechi Eze is back on Gareth Southgate's radar but faces competition from Nigeria to lock-in the forward's international future.
Brentford have opened talks over a move for South Korean defender Kim Ji-Soo.
Arsenal are closing on the announcement of a new deal for England winger Bukayo Saka, which is expected to be on a similar level to any offer made to his international team-mate Declan Rice this summer.
Leicester have two Championship managers - Swansea's Russell Martin and Jon Dahl Tomasson from Blackburn - on their radar if they move on from interim boss Dean Smith at the end of the season.
Southampton are braced to receive offers for James Ward-Prowse this summer even though his current deal does not include a relegation release clause.
West Ham's players do not have any incentive clauses in their contract for success in the Europa Conference League as they look to seal their place in the final later this week in Alkmaar.
Everton will employ private security officers and a "ring of steel" for their final Premier League home game against Bournemouth on May 28 but insist the measures are not down to the threat of relegation.

THE GUARDIAN
Chelsea are lining up an ambitious move for Napoli's Victor Osimhen, with Mauricio Pochettino keen to bring in a striker when he takes over as head coach this summer.
Sky Sports' Paul Gilmour brings the latest on the potential deal between Mauricio Pochettino and Chelsea
Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming says England Test captain Ben Stokes can only be seen as "batting cover" for his IPL franchise at the moment and is unable to bowl - he has not appeared for the team in six weeks.
The chair of British Gymnastics has called on the government to establish an independent welfare body to protect athletes across all sports and to ensure that governing bodies no longer face significant costs dealing with safeguarding cases.

DAILY MIRROR
Napoli defender Kim Min-Jae has decided to join Manchester United this summer and negotiations between the clubs also include a move for in-demand striker Victor Osimhen.
West Ham are considering appointing former Liverpool chief Michael Edwards as their new director of football.
Paris Saint-Germain have identified Manchester City star Bernardo Silva as the replacement for the outgoing Lionel Messi.
Mislav Orsic appears set to become the first victim of a summer exodus at Southampton following their relegation with a return to former club Dinamo Zagreb on the cards for the winger.
Wrexham are to hold talks with former England goalkeeper Ben Foster over an extended stay with the team after playing a part in their return to the EFL.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Hugo Lloris is expected to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer as the club prepare for the visit of the man who could replace him, Brentford's David Raya.

Mauricio Pochettino likes to keep a tray of lemons in his office, after an Argentine friend told him they absorb negative energy, and he believes he has the ability to see an aura around people.
Carlos Tevez has revealed he refused to learn to speak English during his time in the Premier League as he blamed the country for his uncle's descent into alcoholism after fighting in the Falklands War.
Matt Rogerson, the London Irish captain, has emerged as a surprise contender for England's World Cup squad.
Wolves are ready to demand £45m for Ruben Neves, who has just over one year remaining on his contract at Molineux and is being targeted by Barcelona among other clubs.
Jonny Bairstow is set to be selected as England's wicket-keeper for the Ashes, leaving Ben Foakes out in the cold.
Bryson DeChambeau has revealed he had no idea where he was hitting the ball during the height of his "bulking" experiment and that the diet he was on at the time was putting his life at risk.
Former Wasps back Paolo Odogwu, part of England's camp for the 2021 Six Nations but never selected to play, has been selected in Italy's training squad for the World Cup in France later this year.

THE SUN
Roy Hodgson is closing in on a deal to take charge of Crystal Palace next season.
Axel Tuanzebe will leave Man Utd in the summer as a free agent.
Mario Balotelli was branded a "zombie" by former Switzerland assistant manager Michel Pont after his side Sion's 5-0 defeat by Servette on Saturday - the former Italy star was taken off at half-time and the club sacked manager David Bettoni on Monday

THE TIMES
Mohamed Mansour, a British-Egyptian billionaire who is the senior treasurer of the Conservative Party, is set to buy a $500m (about £400m) franchise in the United States' Major League Soccer.
Arsenal have cleared Mikel Arteta to break the club's spending record this summer in a splurge that may exceed £200m.

Speaking on the Gary Neville podcast, the former Man Utd defender says he always doubted that Arsenal would have the experience to win the Premier League this season
Arsenal have cleared Mikel Arteta to break the club's spending record this summer in a splurge that may exceed £200m and see his midfield revamped with Declan Rice and Brighton's Moises Caicedo.
England's selectors have talked about playing Test captain Ben Stokes as an opening batsman during the Ashes because of concerns over his fitness and lack of bowling during a fruitless stint in the IPL.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Some of Scotland's top referees are being encouraged to retire from match action early to become VAR specialists.

DAILY RECORD
Greek club Aris have directly addressed Rangers' interest in Luis Palma - but say there is "very strong" competition for the winger from all over the world.
Josh McPake has returned to Rangers and now faces an uncertain future over the final year of his Ibrox contract.
Motherwell boss Stuart Kettlewell wants his two short-term signings - Mickael Mandron and Jonathan Obika - to stay at Fir Park beyond the end of the season.
Malik Tillman is adamant he will not rush a decision over a potential £5m permanent move to Rangers, saying he first needs to find out what plans - if any - parent club Bayern Munich have for him.
Dundee United officials have dismissed suggestions made by Craig Levein that former sporting director Tony Ashgar - a figure reviled by Tannadice fans before his departure in February - is still involved with the club in some capacity.


Manchester City's Portugal midfielderBernardo Silva, 28, is Paris St-Germain's top target as they look to replace 35-year-old Argentina forward Lionel Messi. (Le Parisien - in French)

Arsenal are ready to offer West Ham a club record £90m for 24-year-old England midfielder Declan Rice, while Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka, 30, could be among the players sold by the Gunners. (Mail)

Brighton's 21-year-old Ecuador midfielder Moises Caicedo is a key target for Arsenal as they plan to move early in the summer transfer market. (Sky Sports)

Napoli's South Korea defender Kim Min-jae, 26, has agreed to join Manchester United this summer after they agreed to pay his 50m euro (£43m) release clause. (Mirror)

Brighton's 24-year-old Argentina midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, who has been linked with Liverpool and Manchester United, wants to join a Champions League club. (Athletic - subscription)

Prospective new Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino is set to hold talks with 24-year-old England midfielder Mason Mount over extending his contract, which expires in 2024. (Football Insider)

Chelsea want Napoli's 24-year-old Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen as part of Pochettino's summer rebuild. (Guardian)

Barcelona are interested 26-year-old Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves, but Wolves want at least £45m. (Telegraph - subscription)

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson, 75, is close to signing a new one-year contract. (Sun)

Southampton's 28-year-old England midfielder James Ward-Prowse does not have a relegation release clause in his contract, but the club are expecting bids. Aston Villa, West Ham and Tottenham have expresed an interest. (Mail)

Newcastle United's interest in RB Leipzig's 22-year-old Hungary midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai, who has a 70m euro (£61m) release clause in his contract, has intensified, but there has been no contact between the clubs. (Sky Sports Germany)

Newcastle are interested in Chelsea's 23-year-old England midfielder Conor Gallagher and face competition from Tottenham for Leicester's England midfielder James Maddison. (Mail)

Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund want 25-year-old Mexico midfielder Edson Alvarez, whom Ajax could be prepared to sell for £30m. (Sport1 - in German)

Manchester United's English defenders Phil Jones, 31, and Axel Tuanzebe, 25, are expected to be released this summer. (Manchester Evening News)

Manchester United are considering a move for Borussia Dortmund's 25-year-old Switzerland goalkeeper Gregor Kobel, although the German club intend to offer him a new contract. (Independent)

West Ham are looking to appoint a director of football to ease the demands on sporting director Mark Noble and reduce the influence of manager David Moyes. (Guardian)

West Ham are monitoring Valencia's 20-year-old United States midfielder Yunus Musah. (Mail)

Brentford and Spain keeper David Raya, 27, is near the top of Tottenham's transfer list, with Frenchman Hugo Lloris, 36, expected to leave this summer. (Telegraph - subscription)

Brentford could sign Freiburg's 29-year-old Netherlands goalkeeper Mark Flekken, who has a 13m euro (£11.3m) release clause in his contract.(Sport1 - in German)

Tottenham have held talks with Roma sporting director Tiago Pinto about their director of football role. (i)
 

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DAILY MIRROR

Ethan Galbraith, who was once described as Manchester United's "best young player", will leave Old Trafford this summer.
Manchester United could let 13 players go this summer, with five of those set to be released including club stalwart Phil Jones and academy product Axel Tuanzebe.
Vinicius Jnr's agent has suggested the Brazil winger is likely to remain at Real Madrid for the entirety of his playing career despite reports linking him with a move to the Premier League.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has pinpointed Emile Smith Rowe as the man who can replace Granit Xhaka this summer.
Arsenal will be offered the chance to sign PSV Eindhoven wonder-kid Xavi Simons this summer.
Barcelona boss Xavi Hernandez has scheduled meetings with four first-team players as he plans a squad clear-out to create financial space for signing Lionel Messi this summer.

DAILY MAIL
Rival clubs threaten to sue Everton for £300m with Leeds, Leicester, Nottingham Forest, Southampton and Burnley furious at the Toffees potentially avoiding sanctions for an alleged breach of spending rules.
Leeds United are in the hunt to sign James Milner on a free transfer from Liverpool - if they can stay in the Premier League - but Brighton still lead the race.
Feyenoord will offer Arne Slot a bumper new contract to fend off interest from Tottenham this summer after Daniel Levy added the Dutch title-winning boss to his managerial shortlist.
Roy Hodgson is open to staying on as Crystal Palace manager next season with the Eagles contemplating handing the Premier League's oldest boss, 75, a new deal.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says his return to the club has not been the emotional rollercoaster he had anticipated, with Premier League safety assured with relative ease
Aston Villa join the race for £55m Sporting Lisbon's Manuel Ugarte with suitors Liverpool, Newcastle and Chelsea focusing on other priorities this summer.
USA duo Christian Pulisic and Taylor Booth are wanted by Serie A champions Napoli and the Chelsea player could potentially be used in a swap deal for Victor Osimhen.

THE SUN
Manchester United are trying to get ahead of their rivals in the race to sign Norwegian teen talent Sverre Nypan this summer.
Vincent Kompany is eyeing up a reunion with unwanted Arsenal star Albert Sambi Lokonga at Burnley.
Granit Xhaka is in advanced talks to leave Arsenal for Bayer Leverkusen this summer.
Speaking to Jamie Carragher as part of an MNF special, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta explains the decision to give midfielder Granit Xhaka a new role in the team
New Zealand hope to ride to the rescue of the Rugby League World Cup after France pulled out of hosting the tournament.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
A Notts County-supporting MP is offering to personally pay for the club's promotion party amid outrage over traditional balcony celebrations falling victim to council cuts.
The future in the English game of the Premier League's longest-serving referee Mike Dean, who became a full-time VAR last summer, is in major doubt with him absent from this week's meeting of officials at St George's Park having not been assigned a game since February.
PGMOL chief Howard Webb explains whether the conversations between match officials will be revealed more often
Matt Rogerson, the London Irish captain, has emerged as a surprise contender for England's World Cup squad.
Rory McIlroy has received texts from Tiger Woods with advice on how to fix his 'two-way miss'.

THE TIMES
Bayern Munich are willing to offload Sadio Mane this summer after only one season at the club and are unlikely to make João Cancelo's loan move from Manchester City permanent.
A group of Premier League clubs have failed in a bid to have Everton's charge for breaching Financial Fair Play rules fast-tracked so that it is dealt with before the end of the season.

THE ATHLETC
Alexis Mac Allister wants Champions League football if he leaves Brighton this summer.
Joe Bryan is set to leave Fulham when his contract expires this summer, with former club Bristol City the favourites to sign him.

DAILY RECORD
Ange Postecoglou has admitted some big names could be on their way out of Celtic in the summer - but vowed to work more magic in the market to replace them.
Michael Beale could have up to five summer signings lined up before Rangers bring down the curtain on their current campaign.
Craig Moore has confirmed he would be 'interested' in returning to Rangers as the club's sporting director.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Dundee are ready to name Callum Davidson as their new manager.
Neil Lennon has edged closer to a return to football as boss of Olympiakos.


Paris St-Germain football adviser Luis Campos has met 29-year-old Tottenham striker Harry Kane's representatives about the possibility of signing the England captain. (Foot Mercato - in French)

Real Madrid want to sign PSG's 24-year-old France striker Kylian Mbappe, Bayern Munich's 22-year-old Canada defender Alphonso Davies and Borussia Dortmund's 19-year-old England midfielder Jude Bellingham this summer. (Sky Sports)

Feyenoord are set to offer manager Arne Slot, 44, a new contract to fend off interest from Tottenham. (Mail)

Barcelona want to re-sign Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 35, and Brazil striker Neymar, 31, from PSG. (Football Transfers)

Arsenal and Barcelona are interested in 32-year-old Germany midfielder Ilkay Gundogan, who wants longer than a one-year deal to stay at Manchester City. (Sport Bild - in German)

Bayern Munich are open to selling Senegal striker Sadio Mane, 31, in the summer and are unlikely to turn 28-year-old Portugal defender Joao Cancelo's loan move from Manchester City into a permanent £60m deal. (Times - subscription)

Bayer Leverkusen are in advanced talks with Arsenal about signing 30-year-old Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka for £13m. (Standard)

Tottenham are considering Brentford's Spain goalkeeper David Raya, 27, as a replacement for 36-year-old former France captain Hugo Lloris, who is set to leave at the end of the season. (Fabrizio Romano)

Roma's England forward Tammy Abraham, 25, says Chelsea and England defender Reece James, 23, has told him to return to Stamford Bridge. Manchester United and Newcastle United are also interested in Abraham. (Tuttomercatoweb via Standard)

Brighton are expected to sign Borussia Dortmund's 27-year-old Germany midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud, who is out of contract in the summer. (Football Insider)

Leeds United must avoid relegation to have a chance of bringing Liverpool's former England midfielder James Milner, 37, back to the club, although Brighton remain favourites to sign him when his contract runs out this summer. (Mail)

Tottenham's list of candidates for their sporting director role includes Tim Steidten, who held a similar role at Bayer Leverkusen, with Brentford's Lee Dykes and Roma's Tiago Pinto also under consideration. (Standard)

Burnley manager Vincent Kompany is keen on 23-year-old Arsenal and Belgium midfielder Sambi Lokonga, who is currently on loan at Crystal Palace. (Sun)

Chelsea are interested in Lyon's USA midfielder Catarina Macario, 23, and PSG's 27-year-old Canada defender Ashley Lawrence, with Denmark forward Pernille Harder, 30, and Sweden defender Magdalena Eriksson, 29, set to join Bayern Munich in the summer. (Standard)
 

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DAILY MAIL

Manchester United and Newcastle have reportedly emerged as the likeliest clubs to sign Sadio Mane with Bayern Munich keen to offload the winger following a miserable debut season.
Everton are close to being sold in a deal worth around £600m, bringing to an end Farhad Moshiri's painful reign behind the controls.
Bayern Munich are reportedly weighing up a summer move for England and West Ham midfielder Declan Rice.
Tottenham are elevating their interest in Arne Slot as Feyenoord brace themselves for a fight to keep their head coach.
Spurs have been linked with a summer move for former Arsenal midfielder Matteo Guendouzi as the club look to bolster their midfield ranks.
Arsenal have made a third contract offer to Reiss Nelson after the winger rejected their first two proposals.
Mateu Alemany is ready to perform a U-turn in his decision to join Aston Villa and stay with Barcelona.
Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi has claimed that the ongoing absence of former No 1 Robert Sanchez from the playing squad is because the Spanish international 'wanted it this way'.
LIV Golf have turned to Amanda Staveley in an ambitious bid to soothe relations with their sworn enemies at the PGA Tour.
Qatar is a shock contender to host the 2025 Rugby League World Cup despite huge fears over the country's human rights laws.
Marcus Rashford hopes to be available for Manchester United's remaining Premier League games and the FA Cup final against Manchester City after returning to training.

DAILY MIRROR
Tottenham will not host talks with Eric Dier about a new deal until the summer.

THE SUN
Barcelona are tipped to launch a shock move for unhappy Bayern Munich midfielder Joshua Kimmich.
Arsenal are reportedly preparing a shock move for Manchester City defender Joao Cancelo.

EVENING STANDARD
Arsenal are ready to start contract talks with captain Odegaard as they bid to secure the futures of the core players who led their title challenge.
Paris Saint-Germain are not expected to be able to follow up their interest in Harry Kane this summer, as the French club aim to drastically cut costs.
Xabi Alonso has confirmed he will be staying at Bayer Leverkusen next season.
Brighton are set to sign midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud amid the threat of Moises Caicedo or Alexis Mac Allister leaving the club.
Chelsea will not proceed with their interest in Brentford striker Ivan Toney as they target a new forward.

THE GUARDIAN
Chelsea are close to kick-starting their multi-club project by buying a stake in Strasbourg. The deal would be a major boost for the Premier League side's owners, Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital, who have been looking for suitable clubs to purchase since last summer.

THE TIMES
Chelsea told Julian Nagelsmann that he was their first choice to replace Graham Potter as head coach, the German's agent has claimed.
Russell Martin is in the frame to become Southampton's new manager as the south-coast club look to follow Burnley's template in making an immediate return to the Premier League.
Rafael Nadal is set to withdraw from the French Open today for the first time since 2004. The 14-times Roland Garros champion has called a press conference for Thursday at which he is expected to concede defeat in his battle to be fit for his most successful grand-slam tournament.

THE ATHLETIC
Gabriel Martinelli will miss the remainder of the season after suffering ankle ligament damage during Arsenal's 3-0 defeat to Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday.
Marcelo Bielsa says he did not need convincing to return to management with the Uruguay national team - but played down his status in the game because he has not managed a "big club".

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Paris Saint-Germain are exploring whether to make a fresh bid for Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva.
Inter Milan's participation in the final of the Champions League will delay talks over Romelu Lukaku's Chelsea future.
Everton's relegation rivals have been told the Premier League is powerless to fast-track the process of hearing the Merseyside club's financial fair play charges despite the considerable impact a guilty verdict would have on clubs.
The Manchester derby FA Cup final between United and City on June 3 has gone to referee Paul Tierney.
The Manchester United takeover saga could remain unresolved until the end of the Premier League season, with the Glazers still undecided on various contenders after six months.

DAILY RECORD
Graeme Souness will not be returning to Ibrox as Rangers sporting director or fronting a takeover, according to a report.
Ryan Kent is closing in on a deal to sign for Turkish giants Fenerbahce in the summer transfer window, according to reports.
Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou will make Aberdeen sweat until the summer over the prospect of landing Liam Scales on a permanent deal.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Two Premier League clubs are reportedly interested in signing former Rangers midfielder Lassana Coulibaly.
Rangers are closing in on a deal for Ecuador midfielder Jose Cifuentes. But Manchester United want to hijack their move for keeper Jack Butland.


Arsenal are preparing a club record £92m offer for West Ham's 24-year-oldEngland midfielder Declan Rice. (Telegraph - subscription)

Bayern Munich are also interested in Rice as manager Thomas Tuchel looks to refresh his midfield. (Mirror)

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is considering signing Manchester City's 28-year-old Portugal defender Joao Cancelo, who is on loan at Bayern Munich, but the Gunners fear City will be reluctant to do business with them this summer. (Talksport)

Paris St-Germain want Manchester City's Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva, 28, for £70m after failing to sign him last summer. (Telegraph - subscription)

Chelsea's talks with 30-year-old Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku about his future will be delayed until after Inter Milan, where he is on loan, play City in the Champions League final on 10 June. (Telegraph - subscription)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp offered 37-year-old English midfielder James Milner, who will leave at the end of the season, a coaching role. (Mirror)

Manchester United have agreed personal terms with Napoli's 26-year-old South Korea defender Kim Min-jae. (Il Mattino via Metro)

Arsenal's 24-year-old Norway midfielder Martin Odegaard, whose contract runs out in 2025, is set to sign a new deal. (90min)


Bayer Leverkusen manager Xabi Alonso says he will still be in charge next season despite being linked withthe Tottenham vacancy. (Sky Sports)

Arsenal midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga, 23, could move to Burnley to play under manager Vincent Kompany, who coached the Belgian at Anderlecht. (Express)

Crystal Palace's 30-year-old Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha, whose contract expires in the summer, is considering staying at Selhurst Park. Talksport)

Barcelona will make a fresh attempt to sign Real Sociedad and Spain midfielder Martin Zubimendi, 24, this summer after Arsenal failed with a £53m bid in January. (Express)

Senegal forward Sadio Mane, 31, wants to stay at Bayern Munich despite his bust-up with team-mate Leroy Sane in April. (Fabrizio Romano)

Former Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann was Chelsea's first choice to replace Graham Potter. (Times - subscription)

Nice, who are owned by British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe's Ineos group, have met with Potter to discuss appointing him manager. (Foot Mercato - in French)

Nantes want former Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira if they avoid relegation. (L'Equipe - in French)

Swansea City manager Russell Martin is one of the candidates to take over at Southampton, who have been relegated from the Premier League this season. (Times - subscription)

Barcelona director of football Mateu Alemany is set to stay after changing his mind on a move to Aston Villa. (Mail)
 

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THE TIMES

Manchester City could make a move for Josko Gvardiol, the RB Leipzig centre-back, if Pep Guardiola decides to shake up his defence this summer.
Paris Saint-Germain have revived their interest in Bernardo Silva, but the club have not given up hope of trying to persuade the 28-year-old playmaker to stay.
Aaron Ramsdale has doubled his wages to about £120,000 a week by signing a new contract at Arsenal, with Martin Odegaard also set to be offered a lucrative long-term deal.
Gareth Southgate will allow Manchester City's players to join up late with his England squad ahead of the European Championship qualifiers against Malta and North Macedonia next month.
The American investment company, 777 Partners, have firmed up their interest in Everton, although the club's owner, Farhad Moshiri, is continuing his negotiations with other potential investors.
Julen Lopetegui, the Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach, has claimed he was misled over the club's summer transfer plans. Lopetegui emerged from a meeting with Jeff Shi, the chairman, and said concerns over the Premier League's Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules have altered the spending budget.
Mikel Arteta has made his latest signing to enhance the feel-good vibe at Arsenal - a chocolate Labrador. The dog, who is affectionately called 'Win', spends most days at the club's training ground at London Colney in Hertfordshire.
Premier League and EFL clubs are close to backing a radical FA plan that will allow them to sign up to four promising overseas players who would not get a work permit under the existing system.

DAILY MAIL
Phil Jones is battling to save his playing career as he prepares to leave Manchester United after 12 years at Old Trafford. Jones has been left off the club's retained list, which will be released shortly, and will become a free agent when his contract runs out on June 30.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says there is no truth in reports that talks are planned between himself and the club about him staying on at the end of the season but says he will see how he feels.
Manchester City have launched numerous legal challenges against the Premier League's 115 charges for alleged breaches of financial rules including raising an extraordinary objection to the involvement of the barrister running the process - he is an Arsenal fan.
Real Madrid forward Vinicius Jnr will cash in on his superstar status this summer with a new mega-money contract with the Spanish club - and is looking to match Erling Haaland's £20m-a-year boot deal.
England head coach Gareth Southgate is set to rest his Manchester City quintet for the Euro 2024 qualifier in Malta after Pep Guardiola's side reached the Champions League final.
Arsenal may face a fight to keep defender William Saliba this summer after three mystery 'major' clubs made enquiries, according to reports.

DAILY EXPRESS
Arne Slot's assistant at Feyenoord has insisted he would not follow the Dutchman to Tottenham if he is appointed as the Premier League club's new manager. Slot has been linked with the vacant Spurs hotseat amid Daniel Levy's chaotic search for Antonio Conte's replacement.
Jurgen Klopp will be free to join Liverpool's on-pitch tributes to their four departing stars despite observing a touchline ban for Saturday's Premier League clash with Aston Villa. The Reds are due to bid farewell to Roberto Firmino, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, James Milner and Naby Keita and will celebrate the quartet's contributions to the club after the match.
An emotional Lucas Moura reflects on his time at Tottenham after confirmation that he will leave the club when his current deal expires at the end of the season
Lionel Messi has reportedly been offered £87m more by Al Hilal to join the club over the summer as the Saudi Arabian side seek to see off competition from Barcelona. The Riyadh club were initially said to have offered around £347m (€400m) a year for the Argentine to make the move but now that figure is said to have increased to £434m (€500m) as they strengthen their hand.
Leicester Tigers have revealed for the first time their frustration at the way England ripped the heart out of their coaching team.

THE GUARDIAN
English football's governing bodies are in talks to bring in measures to clamp down on dissent due to concern over the rise in bad behaviour towards officials. With two weeks of the season remaining, 534 cards have been issued to players for dissent in the top four flights of English football, according to Opta - easily surpassing last season's tally of 477, as well as the 421 cards shown in 2020-21.
Tom Curry has called for more protection for jackallers after his twin brother and fellow flanker Ben had his World Cup hopes ended by a hamstring injury sustained in Sale's Premiership semi-final win over Leicester.
Nick Kyrgios will miss the French Open due to a foot injury sustained during the theft of his car and not because of a knee problem, his agent has said.
Roy Hodgson is expected to be asked to extend his stay at Crystal Palace for another season, with his assistant Paddy McCarthy lined up as the 75-year-old's long-term replacement.

DAILY MIRROR
Chelsea have beaten Manchester United to the signing of Ecuadorian wonderkid Kendry Paez in a £20m deal.
Lionel Messi warned Barcelona not to re-sign his former team-mate Xavi Simons - who will be offered to Arsenal this summer.
The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew joins David Garrido on Back Pages Tonight to discuss Manchester City's legal fight with the league and the cases hanging over the club.
Dimitar Berbatov has called on Manchester United to make a new striker and a centre-half their two summer priorities.
Manchester United are ready to double Jack Butland's wages to make his loan move at Old Trafford permanent.
Graham Potter is interested in the OGC Nice vacancy after holding talks with the club owned by Ineos chief Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

THE SUN
Former Chelsea wonderkid Josh McEachran is without a club after being released by League One side MK Dons.
Manchester United target Min-Jae Kim is set to complete military service next month. The Napoli defender has attracted plenty of interest from around Europe with his displays in his side's title-winning campaign this term.
Tottenham have emerged as surprise contenders to sign Edouard Mendy in Chelsea's summer clear-out.
Ferrari have given €1m to the local flood relief fund after this weekend's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix was cancelled.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Wasps are facing extinction as a professional club after being demoted to the bottom of the English rugby pyramid.
The French Open's greatest champion Rafael Nadal is out of the tournament - and probably the rest of the season - after failing to recover from the hip injury he sustained in January.
The Football Association will apply to make Ivan Toney's eight-month ban a worldwide sanction and therefore prevent him from being loaned to a foreign club this summer.
Defending champion Iga Swiatek is an injury doubt for the French Open after damaging a thigh muscle during an intense battle with Kazakstan's Elena Rybakina.

DAILY RECORD
Celtic could miss out on any sell-on fee from Kieran Tierney if a reported straight swap with Manchester City comes to fruition.
Jose Cifuentes is close to becoming Michael Beale's third signing as Rangers manager and it looks to have taken a step closer after the MLS star's agent was given the VIP treatment at Ibrox.
Callum McGregor has shrugged off new Rangers chief executive James Bisgrove's claims that his plans for the Ibrox club can make them the dominant force in Scottish football.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers are locked in a £338,000 legal battle over a kiosk payment system. The club are being sued by Southbank Asset Finance Ltd at a civil hearing at Glasgow Sheriff Court.
Stiliyan Petrov knows now just how much Porto analysed Celtic before their UEFA Cup final win. But he reckons Ange Postecoglou won't have to delve as deeply to realise his current squad isn't good enough to challenge in Europe next season.
Derby County could "have the edge" over Sunderland in the race to sign Rangers midfielder Charlie Lindsay this summer.



Manchester United and Newcastle United have emerged as the likeliest clubs to sign Bayern Munich and Senegal forward Sadio Mane, 31, following a disappointing debut season in Germany. (Mail)

Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham and Fulham are among the clubs interested in Gent's 20-year-old Nigerian forward Gift Orban. (Evening Standard)

Manchester United are finalising their summer transfer plans, with Juventus' France midfielder Adrien Rabiot, 28, back on their shortlist along with Napoli's South Korea defender Kim Min-jae, 26. (Mirror)

Paris St-Germain are also targeting a summer move for centre-back Kim Min-jae, with the French cchampions having met the player's agent. (RMC Sport - in French)

As well as Brighton's Argentina World Cup winning midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, 24, Liverpool are monitoring Chelsea's England midfielder Mason Mount, 24, while Bayern Munich's Netherlands midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, 21, is another player being assessed. (Liverpool Echo)

Liverpool are also admirers of Feyenoord and Turkey midfielder Orkun Kokcu, 22, as an alternative to Mac Allister and England and Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19. (Football Transfers)

Manchester City are interested in signing RB Leipzig and Croatia defender Josko Gvardiol with the German club asking for £85m for the 21-year-old. (Mail)

Arsenal defender William Saliba will enter the final year of his contract this summer and the 22-year-old France international is yet to agree a new deal with the Gunners. (Goal)

Manchester United want to reward Argentina defender Lisandro Martinez, 25, with a new deal following his impressive first season at the club since joining from Ajax. (Sky Sports)

Chelsea and England midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 27, is wanted by AC Milan who are looking to rebuild following their Champions League semi-final defeat by Inter Milan. (Fabrizio Romano on Twitter)

Tottenham have opened talks over appointing Feyenoord's Dutch boss Arne Slot as their new manager. (Football Insider)

Ecuador midfielder Kendry Paez has reportedly signed for Chelsea for a fee of £20m with the 16-year-old also attracting interest from Manchester United. (El Canal del Futbol, via Mirror)

Brentford are set to open contract talks with England forward Ivan Toney, 27, at the end of the season despite his eight-month ban from football for betting offences. (Mail)

The Bees, meanwhile, want to sign Coventry City's Sweden forward Viktor Gyokeres, 24, to cover in Toney's absence from the team. (Talksport)

Wolves manager Julen Lopetegui says he hopes the club can solve Financial Fair Play issues which could limit his transfer budget for the summer. (Times - subscription required)

Real Madrid's comprehensive defeat by Manchester City in the Champions League semi-final could accelerate the exit of their Italian boss Carlo Ancelotti. (Guardian)

Swansea boss Russell Martin is one of the leading candidates to become Southampton's new manager. (Sky Sports)

Brighton's 21-year-old winger Simon Adingra is wanted by clubs in Germany and France following a successful loan in Belgium with Union Saint-Gilloise. (90min)

Sunderland are in advanced talks to sign Birmingham midfielder Jobe Bellingham, 17, the younger brother of Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude. (Sky Sports)

Former Wales forward Steve Morison, 39, is under serious consideration to return as Cardiff City manager - eight months after being sacked by the club. (Wales Online)
 

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Tottenham could make a surprise move for Chelsea's Senegal goalkeeper Edouard Mendy, 31, as they look to replace French shot-stopper Hugo Lloris, 36, who is out of contract at the end of the season. (Sun)

Manchester United and England defender Harry Maguire could move to West Ham or Tottenham with the 30-year-old out of favour with boss Erik ten Hag. (Football Transfers)

Manchester United could sign two strikers in the summer with Atalanta's Denmark striker Rasmus Hojlund, 20, joining Tottenham and England forward Harry Kane, 29, on the club's shortlist of targets. (Times - subscription required)

Interim Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says he tried to sign Norwegian forward Erling Haaland during his first stint at Stamford Bridge, before the 22-year-old moved to Borussia Dortmund. (Mail)

The agent of Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana, 27, says the former Cameroon international is happy in Italy amid interest from Chelsea. (TV Play via Standard)

Tottenham are the leading contenders to land Feyenoord boss Arne Slot as their new manager at the end of the season, with the Dutch side fearing he wants to move to England. (Sky Sports)

William Saliba is attracting interest from three unnamed clubs, as Arsenal continue to negotiate a new contract with the 22-year-old France centre-back. (Mirror)

Chelsea's England midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 27, is reportedly keen on a move to AC Milan, who have earmarked him as a priority target for the summer transfer window. (Fabrizio Romano)

Crystal Palace co-owner Steve Parish has heaped praise on manager Roy Hodgson ahead of contract talks between the veteran boss and the club. (Standard)

Palace and England goalkeeper Jack Butland, 30, who is currently on loan at Manchester United, is close to agreeing a move to Rangers this summer. (Mail)

Following the announcement of his departure from Manchester United, England defender Phil Jones, 31, is "taking some time" to weigh up his next move. (Lancashire Telegraph)

The agent of Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha, 30, recently met with Turkish side Fenerbahce, fuelling rumours the Ivory Coast international could leave this summer. (Goal)

Lucas Moura is assessing his options after deciding to leave Tottenham, with clubs from Saudi Arabia, Major League Soccer and Serie A having approached the 30-year-old Brazilian attacker. (Fabrizio Romano)

West Ham will allow manager David Moyes to decide his own future if he leads them to glory in the Europa Conference League. (Mail)

Paris St-Germain are set to step up their attempts to lure Jose Mourinho away from Roma, with players close to the Portuguese manager fearing he will depart the Italian club this summer. (Mail)

Manchester United and Chelsea will go head-to-head to secure the services of Gent's Nigerian forward Gift Orban, 20. (FourFourTwo)

Germany midfielder Joshua Kimmich is believed to be considering his future with Bayern Munich, who have no intention of selling the 28-year-old. (90 Min)

Bayern Munich have backed out of a move for 25-year-old Ajax and Mexico midfielder Edson Alvarez, who could instead move to Borussia Dortmund.(Sky Sport Germany)
 

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SUNDAY MIRROR

Manchester United are hopeful of a move to sign Napoli striker Victor Osimhen this summer and the Nigerian is keen on a move to the Premier League ahead of Paris Saint-Germain.

Businessman Markus Schon is exploring an unusual deal which could see him finance a move for Cristiano Ronaldo to join Bayern Munich this summer.

Roma are planning to be busy in this summer's transfer market as they attempt to keep Jose Mourinho out of Paris Saint Germain's clutches.


SUNDAY TIMES

Ilkay Gundogan is edging towards committing his future to Manchester City and providing yet another boost for Pep Guardiola's treble-chasing team.


THE SUN ON SUNDAY

David De Gea could be offered the carrot of a money-spinning testimonial if he agrees to take a pay cut at Manchester United.

Blackpool face a fight to keep hold of top scorer Jerry Yates following relegation to League One with five clubs chasing the striker.

Sparring partners-turned rivals Kell Brook and Conor Benn were forced apart following a ringside clash in Ireland.


MAIL ON SUNDAY

Manchester City started their celebrations after being confirmed as Premier League champions with Phil Foden leading the way.

Erik ten Hag has admitted that Casemiro still surprises him with what he can do after the Brazil star scored the winner against Bournemouth.


Daniel Levy has told Tottenham supporters he understands their frustration at the end of a disappointing season and admits the club has failed to deliver on their expectations.

Blackburn Rovers legend Morten Gamst Pedersen has revealed he 'would love' to play for Wrexham following their return to the football league.


SUNDAY EXPRESS

Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau were booed on the first tee of their third round at the US PGA Championship. The duo both swapped the PGA Tour for the Saudi-backed LIV Golf series last year.

SCOTTISH SUN

Rangers boss Michael Beale will hold crunch talks with John Lundstram and Borna Barisic this summer.

SUNDAY RECORD

David Martindale has revealed his disappointment over social media pictures appearing to show Livingston skipper Nicky Devlin being paraded by Aberdeen.



Tottenham have resumed talks with former Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann, although he wants to know who will be sporting director before committing. (Times - subscription)

Liverpool have almost agreed personal terms with Brighton's 24-year-old Argentina midfielder Alexis Mac Allister. (Fabrizio Romano)

Brighton manager Roberto de Zerbi has told the board to block any bids for Japan winger Kaoru Mitoma, 26, with Mac Allister and 21-year-old Ecuador midfielder Moises Caicedo set to leave this summer. (Football Insider)

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has asked president Florentino Perez to sign Tottenham's 26-year-old Brazil forward Richarlison. (Defensa Central - in Spanish)

West Ham manager David Moyes is planning to leave at the end of the season. (Football Insider)

Arsenal, Liverpool and Barcelona are interested in a summer move for 28-year-old Bayern Munich and Germany midfielder Joshua Kimmich. (Marca - in Spanish)

Manchester City's 28-year-oldPortugal defender Joao Cancelo is being monitored by Barcelona, with Bayern Munich unlikely to extend his loan. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Manchester City are keen for swap deal with Bayern Munich for midfielder Kimmich that would allow the German club to keep Cancelo. (Mirror)

Manchester City will offer Germany midfielder Ilkay Gundogan, 32, a new deal until 2024 with an option for a further season, amid interest from Barcelona.(Fabrizio Romano)

Manchester United will offer 32-year-old Spain keeper David de Gea a testimonial to try to persuade him to sign to a new contract. (Daily Star on Sunday)

Newcastle United are leading the race to sign Arsenal and Scotland defender Kieran Tierney, 25, with Manchester City and Aston Villa also interested. (Football Insider)

Chelsea want to make a summer move for Brentford's 27-year-old Spain goalkeeper David Raya, who is valued at £40m. (Givemesport)

West Ham are willing to let Italy striker Gianluca Scamacca, 24, leave only one year after joining from Sassuolo, with AC Milan interested. (Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)
 

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THE SUN

Crystal Palace are chasing Bournemouth ace Jefferson Lerma with the midfielder out of contract in the summer and yet to agree a new contract with the Cherries.
Former Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom could be set for a stunning £15m return to the Premier League after his 29-goal season for Middlesbrough.
Manchester City are ready to sell USA international goalkeeper Zack Steffen after his stunning season out on loan at Middlesbrough with Bundesliga clubs lining up and ready to make their move.
Aston Villa and Wolves are among nine Premier League clubs chasing the signature of Strasbourg attacking midfielder Habib Diarra.

DAILY MAIL
Feyenoord director Dennis te Kloese has said the Dutch champions have not received an approach from Tottenham for head coach Arne Slot.
Manchester United are edging closer to securing the services of Napoli's Min-Jae Kim, with the club already eyeing a house for the defender to move into, according to reports.
Manchester City star Ilkay Gundogan is poised to snub a move to Barcelona and commit his future to the Premier League champions, according to reports.

DAILY MIRROR
Tottenham target Arne Slot has ordered Erling Haaland's agent to force through a move that would see him take charge of the managerless London club.
Manchester City are set to ask Bayern Munich if they are interested in a swap deal for Joshua Kimmich that would allow the Bundesliga giants to keep Joao Cancelo.

DAILY STAR
Manchester United's takeover process was at risk of losing one major bidder after Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani was reportedly left 'stunned' by the Glazer family earlier in negotiations.

DAILY EXPRESS
Kyle Walker has his sights set on the treble insisting Manchester City "are not finished yet" after winning the Premier League.
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker pinpoints his side's victory against Liverpool after the World Cup as the moment he believed they could go on and win the title

SCOTTISH SUN
Kenny Miller reckons Rangers have gone toe to toe with Celtic since Michael Beale took charge at Ibrox.

DAILY RECORD
Michael Beale has told Rangers fans they could expect a new signing at Ibrox when they face Hearts on Wednesday.



Chelsea have made an 80m euro (£70m) offer to Juventus for 23-year-old Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic. (ESPN)

Manchester United are also preparing an official bid for Vlahovic, who has made it clear he wants to play Champions league football next season. (Football Transfers)

Leicester City are planning to approach former Brighton and Chelsea boss Graham Potter about becoming their next permanent manager. (Football Insider)

Roma manager Jose Mourinho wants to sign Belgium midfielder Youri Tielemans when the 26-year-old's contract at Leicester expires at the end of the season. (Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)

Barcelona have reached an agreement with agent Jorge Mendes for Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves, 26, with the Portugal international likely to move to the Nou Camp as part of a swap deal with 20-year-old Spain forward Ansu Fati. (Sport - in Spanish)

Aston Villa are weighing up a potential loan move for Manchester United and France attacker Anthony Martial, 27, next season. (Football Transfers)

Tottenham striker Harry Kane's future at the club is uncertain and the 29-year-old England captain says there is "a lot that needs to change" at Spurs for them "to start being successful again". (Times - subscription required)

Brighton and Manchester United are set to compete to try to sign 23-year-old Italy midfielder Davide Frattesi from Sassuolo. (Football Insider)

Crystal Palace are keen on a move for Bournemouth and Colombia midfielder Jefferson Lerma, with the 28-year-old out of contract with the Cherries this summer. (Sun)

Nottingham Forest will pursue a permanent deal for on-loan Manchester United and England goalkeeper Dean Henderson, 26. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Aston Villa and Wolves are competing to sign French midfielder Habib Diarra from Strasbourg, who value the 19-year-old at £20m. (Sun)

Manchester United are in talks to extend 21-year-old Uruguay winger Facundo Pellistri's contract until June 2028. (Fabrizio Romano)

Manchester City are willing to sell goalkeeper Zack Steffen, 28, this summer when the American's loan spell at Middlesbrough ends. (Sun)

Feyenoord general manager Dennis te Kloese says he has turned down an approach to join Tottenham and expects the Dutch club's head coach Arne Slot to also resist interest from Spurs. (ESPN)

Napoli coach Luciano Spalletti has all-but said he is set to leave the club having led them to a first Scudetto in 33 years. (Football Italia)

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has stated he wants to stay in his role but added "it's not up to me to decide". (Football Italia)
 

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DAILY MIRROR


Manchester United are in sensational talks with Paris Saint-Germain to sign Neymar, according to reports.
Manchester City are ready to take on arch-rivals Liverpool in the battle to sign Brighton World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister.
Liverpool have asked referee body the PGMOL to explain two decisions at the weekend, which they feel crossed the clear and obvious threshold despite the scrutiny of VAR. :D
Avram Glazer has reportedly billed two private jet flights to Manchester United in recent months, with the club's majority shareholder allegedly spending £250,000 on separate trips to watch matches at Wembley Stadium.
Arsenal defender Ben White could be named in the England squad for upcoming Euro 2024 qualifiers after Gareth Southgate reached out to hold clear-the-air talks
Jurrien Timber has admitted that he is in the dark over his future at Ajax amid transfer interest from Liverpool and Manchester United.


THE SUN
Manchester United are dumping Anthony Martial after running out of patience with the Frenchman, who stormed straight down the tunnel after he was substituted against Bournemouth on Saturday.
Manchester City aim to keep Ilkay Gundogan out of Arsenal's clutches by getting him to agree on a new deal.
Manchester United and Liverpool have reportedly joined Arsenal in the race to sign Marc Guehi.
Chelsea are set to host a star charity football match to aid war-torn Ukraine.
Hugo Gaston has been fined almost his entire year's earnings for his "embarrassing" unsportsmanlike act, after dropping a second ball onto the surface during a point in last month's Madrid Open.

DAILY MAIL
Everton have signed an exclusivity agreement with MSP Sports Capital, as the takeover of the club takes a significant step forward.
Chelsea have been watching Romeo Lavia again, but some staff have their reservations about Southampton's teen midfielder.
Police will be drafted in from all over the Czech Republic to boost the numbers to more than 10,000 officers for the Europa Conference League final in Prague next month.
Brentford are hoping Coventry City don't win promotion to the Premier League this weekend to aid their pursuit of striker Viktor Gyokeres.

DAILY STAR
Old Trafford could witness another star Brazilian arrival this summer amid rumours Casemiro is doing his bit to tempt Paris Saint-Germain stud Neymar to Manchester United.
Phil Neville launched a foul-mouthed tirade at a reporter after Inter Miami suffered a chastening 3-1 home defeat to Orlando Pride.
The referee's initial report of Real Madrid's defeat against Valencia made no reference to racist abuse aimed at Vinicius Jr - before an addendum was made.
South American football correspondent Tim Vickery explains Brazil's view on the situation between Vinicius Jr and La Liga, following Sunday's match between Real Madrid and Valencia at the Mestalla.

DAILY EXPRESS
Jose Mourinho has hit out at Juventus' latest Serie A punishment with his Roma side now facing more pressure in the Europa League final. The 60-year-old has suggested he would have prepared for games differently had he known the points deduction was incoming with the Giallorossi now looking to be out of the race for the top four domestically following a 2-2 draw with Salernitana.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Brad Shields, the ex-England international, has revealed that he is owed over £100,000 following the demise of Wasps and has criticised the Rugby Football Union's decision to bar the club from re-entering the Championship.

THE TIMES
Arsenal have moved to try to sign Ilkay Gundogan on a free transfer from Manchester City.
Billy Vunipola will need a show of faith from Steve Borthwick if he is to make England's World Cup squad.

SCOTTISH SUN
One of Scotland's high profile referees received vile abuse at his home - with someone defecating on his doorstep.
Rangers are facing an exodus of first-team players this summer as Michael Beale re-builds the first-team squad in his image.
Ian Maxwell insists the SFA did want this year's Scottish Cup Final to kick off as normal at 3pm - as he admitted clashing with the FA Cup Final in England was a deciding factor.

DAILY RECORD
Rangers are close to agreeing personal terms with Jose Cifuentes.



Bayern Munich see West Ham's England international Declan Rice, 24, as the perfect defensive midfielder for them, but know Arsenal are also trying to sign him. (Sky Sport Germany)

Arsenal are pursuing Manchester City captain and 32-year-old Germany midfielder Ilkay Gundogan. The 32-year-old is out of contract this summer. (Guardian)

Manchester United are in talks to sign Brazil forward Neymar, 31, from Paris St-Germain. (L'Equipe - in French)

Manchester United are aiming to complete a deal for Napoli's 26-year-old South Korea defender Kim Min-jae, who is also wanted by PSG.(Sun)

Barcelona want to sign Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves, 26, from Wolves this summer, but the move depends on whether Spain forward Ansu Fati, 20, leaves Barca. (Athletic - subscription)

If Arsenal do not sign West Ham's Declan Rice, they have lined up Wolves' Neves, Real Sociedad's Spain midfielder Martin Zubimendi, 24, and Brighton's Ecuador midfielder Moises Caicedo, 21, as alternatives. (Mail)

Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka, 30, says his Arsenal future will be decided before their final game of the season. The Gunners are in advanced talks with Bayer Leverkusen over a £13m move. (Standard)

AC Milan have made Arsenal's American striker Folarin Balogun, 21, their top transfer target after he impressed on loan at Reims this season, but they face competition from RB Leipzig. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Brazil forward Vinicius Jr, 22, has no plans to leave Real Madrid despite being subjected to more racist abuse from rival fans. (90min)

Liverpool have joined the long list of clubs interested in Crystal Palace's 22-year-old England defender Marc Guehi. (Mail)

Liverpool are close to agreeing terms with 24-year-old Brighton and Argentina midfielder Alexis Mac Allister. (Fabrizio Romano)

Manchester City also want to sign World Cup winner Mac Allister. (Mirror)

Manchester United are willing to let 27-year-old France forward Anthony Martial leave. (Sun)

Bayern Munich have told Manchester United they must pay £22m to sign on-loan Austria midfielder Marcel Sabitzer, 29, on a permanent deal this summer. (Sky Sport Germany)

Nottingham Forest are keen to keep hold of Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas, 36, and Brazil defender Renan Lodi, 24, who are on loan from Paris St-Germain and Atletico Madrid respectively. (90min)

Nottingham Forest are interested in Monza's 25-year-old Italian goalkeeper Michele di Gregorio. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Tottenham face paying Feyenoord more than £6m in compensation to make Arne Slot their new coach and appoint two of his assistants. (Mail)
 

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Arne Slot will be the new Spurs manager if his agent Rafaela Pimenta can negotiate an exit from his Feyenoord contract tomorrow.

Raheem Sterling could be one of a number of high-profile casualties from England head coach Gareth Southgate's squad on Wednesday.

Dutch football journalist Marcel van der Kraan has praised the attacking style of Feyenoord manager Arne Slot but says it will not be easy for Tottenham to lure him to London
UEFA have held urgent talks regarding taking a public stand against the disgusting racist abuse suffered by Real Madrid forward Vinicius Jnr.

Julen Lopetegui will hold talks with Wolves chiefs in the coming days to establish the club's transfer plans this summer amid fears he is prepared to depart.

The West Ham fan Chis Knoll, better known as 'Knollsy,' who fought off dozens of hooded football thugs, has been rewarded with a coveted ticket for his club's first European final in 47 years.

West Ham security staff will visit Prague later this week to inspect fan zones being prepared by UEFA for next month's Europa Conference League final against Fiorentina amidst concerns they will be too small to accommodate the thousands of ticketless supporters intending to travel.

THE SUN

Manchester United are ready for a huge summer clearout with as many as nine players set to leave the club.

West Ham's plans to screen the Europa Conference League final at the London Stadium have been scuppered by Major League Baseball.

THE DAILY MIRROR

Chelsea had the highest wage bill in the Premier League this season at an estimated cost of £215.6m.

Eddie Howe's Champions League-bound Newcastle are set for a £100m-plus boost in income to fuel their European challenge.

Thomas Partey is attracting interest from clubs in Serie A as Mikel Arteta plans his summer rebuild at Arsenal.


Image:Arsenal's Thomas Partey is attracting interest from Italy, according to reports
Lewis Dunk has played his way back into the England reckoning after outperforming his Premier League rivals.

THE GUARDIAN

Tottenham are considering whether to make an approach to Feyenoord for Arne Slot, with the manager poised for talks with the Dutch club over his future.

Julen Lopetegui is primed to hold further talks with the Wolves hierarchy this week amid growing uncertainty over his future.

Gareth Southgate will assess whether Raheem Sterling would benefit from a rest before naming his squad for England's Euro 2024 qualifiers against Malta and North Macedonia.

Chelsea's upheaval is set to continue with the impending departure of Tom Glick as the club's president of business after only 10 months in the role.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

Newcastle United will decide on their transfer budget before the weekend after revising their spending plans following Champions League qualification.

THE TIMES

Raheem Sterling could be among a number of high-profile players omitted by Gareth Southgate when the squad for England's Euro 2024 qualifiers against Malta and North Macedonia is announced on Wednesday.


Arsenal are prepared to sell as many as eight first-team players this summer, with Leicester City's England midfielder James Maddison, 26, and West Ham's England midfielder Declan Rice, 24, among their targets. (Mirror)

The Gunners are interested in pursuing a deal for Germany midfielder Ilkay Gundogan if the 32-year-old cannot agree a new contract with Manchester City. (ESPN)

Real Madrid have added Liverpool's Scotland captain Andy Robertson, 29, to a list of possible replacements for France left-back Ferland Mendy, 27. (Mail)

Liverpool and Brazil forward Roberto Firmino, 31, is willing to move to Barcelona but the Spanish giants are thought to be prioritising a move for Chelsea and France forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 33. (Sport - in Spanish)

Bayern Munich have identified Manchester City's Argentina forward Julian Alvarez, 23, as a possible summer transfer target. (Bild - in German)

Manchester United are considering signing two new centre-forwards - but there is not huge confidence at the club that a deal with Tottenham will be possible for England captain Harry Kane, 29. (90min)

Manchester United have highlighted Republic of Ireland and Brighton forward Evan Ferguson, 18, as a target for the 2024 summer transfer window. (Sky Sports)

Wolves and Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves, 26, has turned down a deal from Arsenal as he is waiting for Barcelona to make a bid for him. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Ajax's Ghana forward Mohammed Kudus, who has been linked with Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle United, has rejected a contract extension at the club and his agent believes "now is the right time" for the 22-year-old to leave. (De Telegraaf - in Dutch)

Everton plan to sell 21-year-old Belgium midfielder Amadou Onana for £60m to fund their summer transfer plans. (Football Insider)

France centre-back Jules Kounde has told Barcelona he wants to leave the club his summer, but the La Liga side would only consider offers in the region of 80m euros (£69.4m) for the 24-year-old. (Sport - in Spanish)

Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo already wants to leave Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr and could look for a return to Europe. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Juventus have reiterated that 23-year-old Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic is not for sale following a points deduction which is likely to see the club miss out on Champions League football. (90min)

Turkish club Fenerbahce are leading the race to sign Belgium striker Divock Origi from AC Milan, who are willing to sell the 28-year-old just one year after his move from Liverpool. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Tottenham are considering making an approach to Feyenoord for manager Arne Slot. (Guardian)

Slot will become the new Spurs manager if his agent can negotiate an exit from his Feyenoord contract on Wednesday. (Mail)

Tottenham have given Slot assurances he would be in control of transfers. (Football Insider)

Newcastle United will hold a transfer summit this week to finalise the club's targets, but wage restrictions are likely to hinder their ability to sign numerous elite players. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Bidders for Manchester United are hopeful of an announcement over a preferred bidder as early as Friday. (Independent)
 

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THE GUARDIAN


Manchester United will attempt to smooth negotiations with Tottenham by bidding as quickly as possible for Harry Kane this summer, while they are also preparing to step up their interest in Chelsea's Mason Mount.

West Ham are increasingly likely to keep David Moyes as their manager and will back him by targeting Fulham's João Palhinha and Leicester City's Harvey Barnes this summer.

THE ATHLETIC

Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount is leaning towards a move to Manchester United and talks are expected between the two clubs in due course.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

Aston Villa want to secure the long-term futures of John McGinn and Ollie Watkins with new contracts before the transfer window opens next month.

The British and Irish Lions and Premiership Rugby have reached a historic agreement that should bring to an end decades of pre-tour antagonism and conflict over player release, funding and fixture clashes.

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United are among four options for Jordi Alba, who brought an end to his glittering career at Barcelona. The left-back is also an option for Inter Milan, Atletico Madrid and a club in Saudi Arabia.

Luke Miliveojevic and James McArthur will leave Crystal Palace this summer.

THE SUN

After three managers and a £600m transfer spend, Todd Boehly is reportedly set to step back from responsibilities at Chelsea.

Harry Kane and Neymar are among the star-studded list of Newcastle's transfer targets, according to reports.

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag says the team is stronger when the French striker Anthony Martial is fit and playing.
Keylor Navas is set to stay in the Premier League - but not with Nottingham Forest.

Arne Slot is ready to leave Feyenoord if Spurs can agree a compensation package for him with the Dutch champions.

DAILY STAR

Ryan Reynolds' Wrexham have revealed they will be sponsored next season by his wife, Blake Lively and her beverage company Betty Buzz, following their promotion back to the Football League.

Chelsea caretaker manager Frank Lampard insisted he does not know if Mason Mount has played his last match for the club or not.

Luton Town chief Gary Sweet has hit back at the constant barrage of abuse towards Kenilworth Road.

DAILY MAIL

Aaron Wan-Bissaka's impressive form in the second half of the season could see the English defender keep hold of his place at Manchester United, despite reports linking him with a move away in the past.

Juventus are considering sacking manager Massimiliano Allegri after a season to forget in Turin, according to reports.

West Ham fan Chris Knoll - better known as Knollsy - has been immortalised with a WWE-style action figure after fighting off AZ Alkmaar supporters last week.

Bernie Ecclestone believes Lewis Hamilton is more likely to retire than join Ferrari.

THE TIMES

Roman Abramovich's frozen Chelsea assets could start to reach causes to help victims of the war in Ukraine as early as next month.

The British and Irish Lions and Premiership Rugby have formed a ground-breaking partnership designed to maximise the team's chances of winning the 2025 series in Australia.

Julen Lopetegui has been told that he will have to find some hidden gems in the transfer window if he wants to continue making progress at Wolves, amid ongoing discussions of the Spanish managers future at the Premier League club.

DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea have been earmarked as a potential destination for Keylor Navas following his heroic loan spell with Nottingham Forest.


Sky Sports' Rob Dorsett explains why Raheem Sterling's omission from Gareth Southgate's latest England squad is still a surprise despite the Chelsea forward's struggles this season.

Marc Roca could be the first high-profile summer departure at Leeds after Real Betis reopened talks with his representatives over a potential transfer as the Whites face the sickening prospect of relegation to the Championship this weekend.

West Ham are in the race for Leicester winger Harvey Barnes, who could be available at a cut price if the Foxes fail to secure their Premier League status on the final day of the season.

England midfielder Frank Kirby has signed an one-year contract extension with Chelsea.

Newcastle's Nick Pope will miss the season finale and England's Euro 2024 qualifiers after an operation to his left hand.

Gallagher Premiership bosses are understood to be preparing a plans which would see the final moved from Twickenham, with St James' Park, the Etihad Stadium and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium under consideration.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Aston Villa are hoping to secure the long-term futures of John McGinn and Ollie Watkinsbefore the transfer window opens in June.

DAILY RECORD


Liam Rosenior sung the praises of Roberto De Zerbi and compared him to Pep Guardiola and legendary Italian coach Arrigo Sacchi.
Outgoing Jack Butland has hinted at the role he could fulfil at Rangers as he opened up on his role as David de Gea's understudy at Manchester United.

Celtic are keeping tabs on striker Eduvie Ikoba this summer, according to a report.

Former Celtic striker Moussa Dembele has been told Aston Villa have better options to consider than the pending Lyon free agent.


Manchester United are willing to pay £55m for Chelsea's England midfielder Mason Mount and are aiming to beat Liverpool and Arsenal to the 24-year-old's signature. (Mail)

Mount will discuss his Chelsea future in a meeting with the club's hierarchy next week. (90min)

Mount is leaning towards Manchester United if Chelsea decide to sell. (The Athletic - subscription required)

Gareth Southgate says Manchester United defender Harry Maguire, 30, and 27-year-old Manchester City midfielder Kalvin Phillips' lack of game time is "concerning" as the England manager called the pair up for the upcoming Euro qualifiers. (Guardian)

Aston Villa are leading the race to sign Leicester City's 25-year-old English winger Harvey Barnes. (Independent)

West Ham are also interested in Barnes, as well as Leeds United's English winger Jack Harrison, 26. (Sun)

The Hammers are likely to keep David Moyes as their manager and intend to back him by also targeting Fulham's Portugal midfielder Joao Palhinha, 27, as a potential replacement for England midfielder Declan Rice, 24. (Guardian)

Arsenal plan to sell as many as 14 first-team players to fund eight new signings in major summer rebuild - with the club's record signing, 27-year-old Ivory Coast winger Nicolas Pepe, among those set to leave. (Football.London)

Mikel Arteta is willing to let England midfielder Emile Smith Rowe, 22, leave the Emirates to make room for Leicester and England midfielder James Maddison, 26. (Mirror)

The Gunners are also interested in adding Torino and Paraguay forward Antonio Sanabria, 26, in a deal worth £21.6m. (La Repubblica via Mail)

Manchester United have been told they must pay £140m if they want to sign Napoli and Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen, 24, this summer after agreeing a deal for his club team-mate and South Korea defender Kim Min-jae, 26. (Il Mattino via Mirror)

Napoli are desperately trying to convince Kim to sign a new contract before a release clause comes into effect this summer. (90min)

However, Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane, 29, still remains Manchester United's first-choice striker option and the club will move early in the window in attempt to make negotiations smoother. (Guardian)

Aston Villa want to secure the long-term futures of England striker Ollie Watkins, 27, and Scotland midfielder John McGinn, 28, with new contracts before the transfer window opens. (Telegraph - subscription required)

Inter Milan and Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku, 30, says he knew the Italian side would try to sign him if his move to Chelsea did not work out. (Mail)

Feyenoord are resigned to losing manager Arne Slot to Tottenham. (Football Insider)

Real Betis may return to their long-standing interest in Leeds United's Spanish midfielder Marc Roca, 26, if the Yorkshire club are relegated from the Premier League. (Estadio Deportivo)

Arsenal have offered England midfielder Reiss Nelson a new deal until 2027, with the option of an extra year, but the 23-year-old also has offers from other Premier League sides, Italy and Spain. (Fabrizio Romano)

Swansea boss Russell Martin has verbally agreed to become the new Southampton manager. (Sky Sports)

Martin, 37, has agreed a three-year deal to become Southampton's new manager, with the relegated Premier League club set to announce his appointment in the coming days. (Sun)

Barcelona have been shocked by hints that France defender Jules Kounde, 24, wants to leave the club, just a year after joining from Sevilla. (90min)

Qatar Sports Investments, who own Paris St-Germain, have made a move to buy eight-time Brazilian Serie A champions Santos. (Mirror)
 

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DAILY MIRROR

Real Madrid have been offered the chance to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane this summer in a deal that could see Eden Hazard go the other way.
Liverpool are set to miss out on at least £50m in prize money and participation fees because of their fifth-place Premier League finish.
Former Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has claimed the London side are the only one of his former clubs with whom he doesn't have a connection, saying his bonds elsewhere are because "people are not stupid".
Alex Iwobi has revealed the struggles which Dele Alli faced during his time with Everton, explaining how the former Tottenham man's training ground efforts were his downfall on Merseyside.
Wrexham's home will no longer be known as The Racecourse Ground from July 1, after co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney announced a new stadium sponsorship deal.

DAILY STAR
Sheikh Jassim will reportedly make an ambitious move to sign Kylian Mbappe if he takes over Manchester United this summer.
Pep Guardiola will take on bitter rivals Liverpool in the summer scrap to land World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister.
Newcastle United are reportedly eyeing Neymar and Harry Kane in a huge summer transfer window inspired by Real Madrid's famous 'Galacticos'.

THE SUN
Manchester United have been handed a major injury scare ahead of the FA Cup final, with Antony stretchered from the field in tears and Luke Shaw forced off injured during Thursday's victory over Chelsea.
Manchester United are "on the brink" of signing Napoli centre-back Min-Jae Kim, reports suggest.
Graham Potter is reportedly being linked with a return to management with Ligue 1 side Nice.
Manchester United's pursuit of Mason Mount is set to trigger a transfer merry-go-round.
Paris Saint-Germain are likely to sack manager Christophe Galtier and enter the race for Luis Enrique, according to reports.
David Brooks will cap his recovery from cancer with a Wales call-up next week.
Bayern Munich could still put the block on Lucas Hernandez's exit - despite reports he has agreed terms with Paris Saint-Germain.
Arsenal and Tottenham are keen on signing promising young centre-back Edmond Tapsoba, according to reports.
Luton have unveiled stunning design plans for their new-look stadium fit for the Premier League.

THE ATHLETIC
Southampton are set to make club-wide cuts including job redundancies following relegation to the Championship.
Brazilian defender Rafaelle Souza will leave Arsenal this summer after 18 months at the club.
Leeds United will face Manchester United in a pre-season game in Oslo.
Jules Kounde has insisted he wants to stay at Barcelona this summer.
West Ham United have put on a plane for family and friends of players travelling to their Europa Conference League final in Prague in two weeks' time.

DAILY MAIL
West Ham's hope of sparking a bidding war for captain Declan Rice is becoming a reality after Manchester United joined the race to land the England international.
Police have concluded their investigation into allegations of a break-in that sent Raheem Sterling home from the World Cup, without making any arrests.
Chelsea have reportedly informed Sporting Lisbon that they are prepared to pay Manuel Ugarte's £52m release clause, as the Blues make a last-ditch effort to beat Paris Saint-Germain to his signature.
Nottingham Forest are ready to launch a summer move for Southampton striker Che Adams, according to reports.
Former Chelsea star Oscar has opened the door for a shock return to the club, by claiming he 'dreams' to play for the Blues again.
Vinicius Junior could be set for a sensational return to Nike having only left the American giants in February, according to reports.
Sale's uncapped wing Tom Roebuck will go into the Premiership Final at Twickenham on Saturday as the subject of a cross-border tug of war between England and Scotland to secure his services.

THE GUARDIAN
Javier Tebas has said La Liga should "certainly" consider docking points from clubs whose fans engage in racist behaviour, as he sought to regain control of the crisis that has engulfed Spanish football over the continued abuse of Vinícius Júnior.

THE TIMES
Chelsea and Liverpool are monitoring the situation of Romeo Lavia, but Manchester City, his former club, are not in the running to sign the Southampton midfielder.
Tottenham Hotspur have been forced to widen their managerial search to include Celtic's Ange Postecoglou after Arne Slot sent their hunt for Antonio Conte's successor back to square one.
Pepe Reina, the former Liverpool goalkeeper, has told Vinícius Jr he must be "more mature in his behaviour" after the Real Madrid winger was racially abused on Sunday.
The Mayor of London has committed millions to refurbishing the decaying National Sports Centre at Crystal Palace, with a short-term spending plan and a longer-term commitment to a "once-in-a-generation redevelopment" of the historic site.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Sam Allardyce, the Leeds manager, has moved his squad's training away from their Thorp Arch base to the Elland Road pitch this week in a last-ditch attempt to inspire the victory needed to have any chance of survival.
England are racing to reform their central contract system after Jason Roy became the first England player to withdraw from a national contract to play in America, sparking fears that more could follow.
Yorkshire are hopeful of shaking hands on a £20m investment deal next week, with Saudi Arabia ready to swoop if talks with leading contenders stall at the 11th hour.

EVENING STANDARD
Mason Mount is preparing to say his goodbyes to Chelsea supporters at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, with the midfielder increasingly likely to leave his boyhood club this summer.

DAILY RECORD
Chris Wilder is still interested in the Hearts job - despite claims he was hell-bent on staying in England.
Rijeka striker Matija Frigan has been linked with a move to Rangers - but the player's agent has revealed he has not received any offers going into the summer window.
Everton have begun a search for a new manager in the expectation that the club will retain its Premier League status in Sunday's final round of fixtures.
Graeme Shinnie wants to return to Aberdeen next season and lead them back into Europe.

SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers are on the trail of Troyes striker Ike Ugbo.
Steven MacLean is set to become St Johnstone's new boss.
 

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DAILY MIRROR

Declan Rice is ready to make it clear he favours a move to Arsenal this summer.
Manchester United are aware of the difficulties of signing Tottenham striker Harry Kane this summer and are likely to pursue other striking targets.
Erik ten Hag has backed Jadon Sancho to come good at Manchester United and insists the England winger has made "good progress" this season.
Paul Scholes feels Mason Mount "hasn't kicked on" but believes the Chelsea man would benefit from a move away amid links with a switch to Old Trafford.
Legendary Manchester United forward Eric Cantona is launching a musical career by embarking on both a UK and European tour.
Harry Maguire will not travel to Greece for the retrial over his quashed conviction for assaulting a police officer in Mykonos.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's production company is interested in launching a documentary on Southend United - if a takeover for the National League outfit is completed.
Manchester United have hit a stumbling block in their pursuit of Mason Mount with Chelsea unwilling to drop their asking price.
Liverpool look set to miss out on their pre-season plans in the south of Germany due to the local community not wanting the club in the area. :D

THE SUN
Manchester United will turn their gaze towards a shortlist of six strikers - including Victor Osimhen - if they fail to land Harry Kane.
A supercomputer reckons Leicester and Leeds will be relegated alongside Southampton in Sunday's Premier League finale, meaning Everton survive.
Jude Bellingham's move to Real Madrid is "imminent", according to reports from Spanish media.
Antony is set to miss Manchester United's pre-season tour of the United States after suffering an ankle injury.

THE ATHLETIC
Eddie Howe did not shy away from the idea that Newcastle United would look to make a "marquee signing" when discussing his side's potential summer transfer business - but noted that any incoming must be "the right player in the right position".
Jurgen Klopp admits Fabio Carvalho could be loaned out next season as he praised the young midfielder's attitude and application.
Leicester City will hold a review of where they have gone wrong this season next week, regardless of whether they manage to save their Premier League status.
Marco Asensio is set to leave Real Madrid at the end of the 2022-23 season following the expiration of his contract.
Clarence Seedorf has called on football authorities to go beyond pledging their support to victims of racist abuse and implement real action, such as investing in facial recognition technology and distributing points deductions, to hold perpetrators to account.
AZ Alkmaar have issued 43 stadium bans after West Ham supporters were attacked during the second leg of last week's Europa Conference League semi-final tie at the AFAS Stadium.
Davide Ancelotti will continue to work under his father Carlo Ancelotti next season despite reports suggesting he could look to become a manager himself.

THE TIMES
Debbie Hewitt, the FA's chairwoman who also chairs the Euro 2028 bid by the four home nations and Ireland, says it will be up to UEFA to decide where the opening match and knockout rounds are played - the final is scheduled for Wembley if the bid is successful.
Newcastle United's qualification for the Champions League should mean their income rising by at least £65m - 33 per cent of last season's revenue - but their earning potential will be hampered by the "coefficient" element of UEFA's financial distribution.

DAILY MAIL
Arsenal resisted requests to insert a release clause in Bukayo Saka's new contract and instead agreed to give the England forward a shorter deal than many had expected, with the 21-year-old signing on for four more years this week.
Sheik Mansour is not planning to attend Manchester City's Champions League final against Inter Milan, despite his club being on the brink of a historic Treble.
Prospective Everton buyers 777 Partners could make an offer to buy another English club after Toffees owner Farhad Moshiri chose to enter into exclusive negotiations with a rival bidder, MSP Sports Capital, this week.
Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag refused to reveal his chat with Hakim Ziyech but insisted the Chelsea winger must 'play every week'.
Manchester City are willing to lower their asking price for Joao Cancelo this summer to £34m amid interest from Barcelona.
Marco Asensio is reportedly edging nearer to a summer move to Paris Saint-Germain as his Real Madrid contract runs down.
Pep Guardiola will hand his champions two days off after Sunday's visit to Brentford before ordering them to focus on a 'once in a lifetime' chance of football immortality.

DAILY EXPRESS
Alexis Mac Allister's father and agent Carlos will be in England next week to put the finishing touches on his impending transfer to Liverpool, according to reports in South America.

DAILY RECORD
Ange Postecoglou insists his sights are only on a Celtic treble as Spurs get set to swoop for the Hoops gaffer.
Steven Naismith insists the Edinburgh derby should not become judgement day on whether he should be handed the Hearts job on a permanent basis.
Jim Goodwin looks set to be given the chance to get Dundee United back into the Premiership at the first time of asking.
Aberdeen boss Barry Robson is keeping his fingers crossed that star striker Bojan Miovski will be fit for pre-season.

SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers and Celtic are both monitoring Swiss-based left back Archie Brown.


Real Madrid are set to announce the signing of England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, from Borussia Dortmund next week. (Marca - in Spanish)

West Ham and England midfielder Declan Rice would prefer to join Arsenal this summer, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Bayern Munich also interested in the 24-year-old. (Mirror)

Manchester United are yet to meet Chelsea's £55m valuation of England midfielder Mason Mount despite leading the race for the 24-year-old. (Independent)

Chelsea are looking to sell one of their two first-team goalkeepers, with Senegal international Edouard Mendy, 31, the most likely to leave this summer. (90min)

Newcastle have sent scouts to watch RB Leipzig and Hungary midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai, 22, twice in the past fortnight. (Sky Sports)

Manchester City have set a 40m euro (£35m) asking price for Portugal full-back Joao Cancelo, who is currently on loan at Bayern Munich, with Barcelona interested in the 28-year-old. (Sport - in Spanish)

City are prepared to use Cancelo in a swap deal for Bayern and Germany midfielder Joshua Kimmich, 28. (90min)

Marco Asensio is set to leave Real Madrid when his deal expires at the end of the season after contract negotiations between the club and the Spain midfielder, 27, broke down. (Athletic - subscription required)

Asensio is in advanced talks to join Paris St-Germain as a free agent. (ESPN)

Tottenham are leading the race for Brentford and Spain goalkeeper David Raya, 27. (GiveMesport)

SC Freiburg and Netherlands goalkeeper Mark Flekken is on the verge of signing for Brentford, with the Premier League club set to activate the 29-year-old's €13m (£10.4m) release clause. (Sky Sports Germany)

Leeds United are unlikely to sign United States midfielder Weston McKennie, 24, permanently this summer once his loan deal from Juventus expires. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

West Ham want Arsenal's Portuguese full-back Nuno Tavares, 23, who is currently on loan at Marseille. (Record - in Portuguese)

Hammers manager David Moyes says he will look at British and homegrown players this summer with the club linked with Southampton and England midfielder James Ward-Prowse, 28, and Leicester and England winger Harvey Barnes. (Standard)

Arsenal's 23-year-old English winger Reiss Nelson is set to agree new long-term contract with the club. (Athletic - subscription required)

Tottenham are willing to listen to offers for 30-year-old Wales defender Ben Davies this summer. (Football Insider)
 

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THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Wilfried Zaha will be offered a contract worth £10m per year to sign for Qatari side Al Sadd with Crystal Palace looking at options including Brazilian youngster Matheus Franca and Sunderland's Jack Clarke as replacements.
Carlo Ancelotti is ready to make a move for Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane this summer as he sees him as the ideal replacement at Real Madrid for Karim Benzema.
Alexis Sanchez is considering a shock return to the Premier League among his options when he leaves Marseille on a free transfer this summer.
Amad Diallo would be interested in a second spell on loan at Sunderland but only if current boss Tony Mowbray retains his position.
Tottenham are in the hunt to sign Manor Solomon, who is set to be available for nothing this season to the anger of Shakhtar Donetsk. He impressed this season on loan with London rivals Fulham.
Brighton are looking to beat Arsenal to the signing of Galatasaray right-back Sacha Boey this summer according to reports in Turkey.

SUNDAY EXPRESS
Newcastle have jumped ahead of Manchester United in the race to sign South Korea defender Kim Min-jae according to reports out of Brazil.
Paul Scholes has told incoming Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino he might have to replace his entire back-four to have a chance of challenging at the top end of the Premier League.
Emma Hayes says that her side deserve credit for coming together and pushing through hard moments this season, to get to a place where they can potentially lift the WSL trophy today if they get a good result against Reading.

MAIL ON SUNDAY
Scouts were in the crowd at Wembley on Saturday to watch Coventry forwards Gustavo Hamer and Viktor Gyokeres, with the latter being seen by Brentford as a possible replacement for Ivan Toney while sits out eight months for betting on games.
Brentford striker Ivan Toney has been removed from EA Sports' FIFA 23 in their latest squad update after he was banned for eight months for betting offences.
Cologne's failure to deny Bayern Munich another Bundesliga title came at an extra financial cost to them as Borussia Dortmund winning the league would have seen them receive a bonus from the transfer of Anthony Modeste.
Fair Play for Women director of sport campaigns Fiona McAnena says it is "absolute nonsense" that trans women have no advantage in facing female competition after British Cycling's ban was announced on Friday.

SUNDAY MIRROR
Barcelona are ready to hand Lionel Messi the captaincy at the Nou Camp as another incentive for him to return to the club.
Arsenal sporting director Edu says the club will only buy players this summer who are capable of taking the Gunners to the next level.
Liverpool are set to lose teenage winger Elijah Gift to Athletic Bilbao this summer after the clubs agreed a deal for the 16-year-old.
Tottenham and Newcastle are among the teams monitoring Wolves striker Hwang Hee-chan amid reports Julen Lopetegui has been told to trim his squad.
Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou reacts to winning back to back Scottish Premiership titles and talks through the emotions of the season.

THE OBSERVER
Experts in Sweden says football's coaching methods are failing to keep up with the rapidly increasing demands of the women's professional game with hamstring injuries among the biggest concern.

THE ATHLETIC
Watford sporting director Cristiano Giaretta has signed a new three-year deal to stay at Vicarage Road.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Albion Rovers, relegated from the Scottish League last week, could be rebranded to Shamrock Rovers Coatbridge if a consortium looking to take over the club - which will play in the Lowland League next season - is successful.

SUNDAY MAIL
St Mirren are resigned to losing Curtis Main this summer with offers to double or triple the striker's current wage having come in from clubs in England's League One and Two.


Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag expects 25-year-old England striker Marcus Rashford to extend his contract, which runs out at the end of next season. (Viaplay via Manchester Evening News)

Real Madrid will sign England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, from Borussia Dortmund for a deal worth up to almost £100m in add-ons. (Sunday Mirror)

Prospective new Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino wants to assess Romelu Lukaku. The 30-year-old Belgium striker, whose loan at Inter Milan ends this summer, wants to stay at the Italian club. (La Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)

Chelsea are close to signing Lisbon's Uruguayan defensive midfielder Manuel Ugarte, 22, but Liverpool are also interested. (Franco Fernandez via Express)

Liverpool have asked to be kept informed about the situation of Wolves' 26-year-old Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves, who is entering the final year of his contract and been heavily linked with Barcelona. (Football Insider)

Aston Villa, Newcastle United, Tottenham and Roma could look at 27-year-old Wolves forward Hwang Hee-chan as they may have to sell players to meet financial fair play (FFP) rules. (Sunday Mirror)

Tottenham are looking at making a move for Israel winger Manor Solomon, who has been playing for Fulham, after Fifa said the 23-year-old could leave Shakhtar Donetsk on a free transfer this summer. (Athletic - subscription)

Arsenal are considering a move for Galatasaray's 22-year-old French defender Sacha Boey.(Sunday Telegraph - subscription)

Arsenal refused to put a release clause in 21-year-old England forward Bukayo Saka's new contract and instead gave him a shorter deal than had been expected, which runs until 2027. (Mail on Sunday)

Burnley are monitoring Liverpool's 20-year-old Portuguese midfielder Fabio Carvalho and are open to a permanent or loan move. (Football Insider)

Belgium striker Divock Origi, 28, is set to leave AC Milan and, while clubs in Turkey are interested, he would prefer a return to the Premier League. (Il Corriere dello Sport via Football Italia)

Brighton are in talks to sign Livingston's 21-year-oldAmerican goalkeeper Brian Schwake, while Spain keeper Robert Sanchez 25, is considering his future with the Seagulls. (Mail on Sunday)

Andoni Iraola, who was a target for Leeds United, is to leave his role as Rayo Vallecano coach. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)
 

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DAILY MIRROR

Leicester are expected to hold a transfer fire sale this summer after their relegation from the Premier League and England midfielder James Maddison could be the first big name out of the door.
Leeds fans made demands that owner Andrea Radrizzani sells the club after they were relegated back to the Championship on Sunday.
Arsenal could go back to Brazil for at least one signing this summer with Santos forward Marcos Leonardo - a player likened to Gabriel Martinelli - among those they are interested in.
Liverpool's appointment of sporting director Jorg Schmadtke is said to be "imminent".
Phil Neville's future as Inter Miami head coach is in question after his side dropped to the bottom of the MLS Eastern Conference over the weekend with a performance that left him "angry".

THE SUN
Jude Bellingham appeared to be saying his goodbyes to Borussia Dortmund team-mates on Sunday when he was, according to reports in Germany, also handing out gifts to club staff.
Leeds striker Georginio Rutter had his shirt thrown back at him by a disgruntled fan after offering it following the 4-1 defeat by Tottenham which saw the club relegated from the Premier League.
Dietmar Hamann expects Thomas Tuchel to follow Hasan Salihamidzic and Oliver Kahn out of Bayern Munich, possibly as early as Monday, despite the club snatching their 11th successive Bundesliga title on Saturday.
Sheffield United will attempt to sign Nottingham Forest midfielder Lewis O'Brien this summer after a failed effort in January when they were under a transfer embargo. O'Brien is currently on loan in MLS with Wayne Rooney's DC United.

DAILY MAIL
Peter Crouch says Tottenham should go all-out to try to tempt Roberto De Zerbi to become their next permanent manager.
Ajax midfielder Steven Berghuis appeared to punch a rival FC Twente fan as he was boarding the team bus after his side's 3-1 defeat on Sunday.
Erik ten Hag has delivered positive injury news on the fitness of Antony, claiming the forward could be available for their FA Cup final against rivals Manchester City next week.
Sale hope to reinforce their squad for another title challenge next season as the north-west club are understood to be close to finalising a deal to sign England hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie.

EVENING STANDARD
Alexis Mac Allister's father and agent Carlos will be in England next week to put the finishing touches on his impending transfer to Liverpool, according to reports in South America.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Gareth Southgate believes Harry Kane can keep playing at the top for another decade after backing the Tottenham striker to emulate Teddy Sheringham at the end of a season in which he has proved he is getting even better with age.
Dan Evans hit out at the state of tennis in Great Britain after his first-round exit at the hands of Thanasi Kokkinakis at the French Open, saying potentially talented players from working-class backgrounds are never given a chance to shine.

DAILY RECORD
Newly-appointed full-time manager Jim Goodwin says he will have no qualms ripping up the contracts of Dundee United players who show him they do not have the stomach for the fight to come in the Championship.
Livingston are still waiting to find out whether Brighton will sign their goalkeeper Brian Schwake, who has been given permission to train with the Premier League club.
Lee Johnson is facing a hefty ban at the start of next season as the SFA get set to sift through the wreckage from Saturday's Tynecastle derby battle.
Zander Clark says the Hearts squad are thrilled to have given Steven Naismith a fighting chance of landing the manager's job.

SCOTTISH SUN
Former Rangers forward Ryan Kent has apparently chosen Fenerbahce as his next club, according to reports in Turkey.
Jason Cummings is set to become the highest-paid player in the Indian Super League when he completes a lucrative move to Mohun Bagan.



Barcelona want to sign Brazil midfielder Bruno Guimaraes, but the club believe it will take a transfer fee of around 100m euros (£87m) to convince Newcastle United to sell the 25-year-old. (Times - subscription required)

Real Madrid are considering making a move for Brazil forward Roberto Firmino, 31, who will become a free agent when his Liverpool contract expires this summer. (Fabrizio Romano)

Former Tottenham and Paris St-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino, 51, has signed a three-year contract to become the new Chelsea head coach. (Guardian)

Brazil remain hopeful of convincing Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti to be their next head coach. The five-time world champions have been without a manager since Tite left following the World Cup in Qatar in December. (Athletic - subscription required)

England midfielder James Maddison, 26, is set to lead the exodus after Leicester's relegation from the Premier League. (Mirror)

Relegated Leeds will not stand in the way if the right offer comes in for England winger Jack Harrison, 26. (Leeds Live)

Liverpool could sign Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, 28, for 26m euros (£22.5m), with the Serbia international's contract due to expire in 2024. (Calciomercato via Goal)

Manchester United's chances of signing South Korea defender Kim Min-jae, 26, and Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen, 24, from Napoli have been boosted amid speculation surrounding the future of the Italian side's manager Luciano Spalletti. (Givemesport)

Newcastle United have also joined the race for Napoli's Kim. (Fijaches - in Spanish)

Sheffield United are keeping tabs on Nottingham Forest's English midfielder Lewis O'Brien, 24, who is currently on loan at DC United. (Sun)

Chile forward and free agent Alexis Sanchez, 34, is keen on a return to the Premier League - having played for Arsenal and Manchester United - following his spell at Marseille. (Sun)
 

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DAILY MAIL

Paris Saint-Germain are interested in a shock move for Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard with the Gunners reluctant to let their star player leave after a brilliant season in which he played a huge part in their title push.
Jude Bellingham is set to miss England's upcoming Euro 2024 qualifiers with fears growing that the Borussia Dortmund star needs to have knee surgery.
Everton are stepping up their interest in striker El Bilal Toure following his return to Almeria's line-up on Sunday.
Roberto Firmino is waiting to see where he would fit in with Real Madrid's plans before taking a decision on moving to Spain.
Mauricio Pochettino is keen to have talks with Romelu Lukaku about keeping him at Chelsea next season.
Chelsea prospect Lewis Hall is being monitored by Crystal Palace.
Manchester United midfielder Fred is attracting interest from Fulham.
Barcelona winger Ferran Torres is the latest wide player to fall under the gaze of Newcastle, who have also held discussions over the merits of Torino centre-back Perr Schuurs.
Brighton are in talks to sign Livingston's American goalkeeper Brian Schwake after he trained with them last week.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
London Irish are set to be suspended from the Rugby Football Union this Wednesday after the club fell into financial difficulties this season.
Erik ten Hag is confident he can persuade Mason Mount to join Manchester United as part of a summer overhaul being demanded by the manager.
Mason Mount took time to walk around an empty Stamford Bridge after Chelsea's final game of the season - was he saying goodbye to the Bridge?

THE TIMES
Aston Villa defender Tyrone Mings has admitted to being surprised to receive an England call-up for next month's European Championship qualifying matches against Malta and North Macedonia.

THE SUN
Southampton are hoping to land up to £40m for captain James Ward-Prowse this summer despite their relegation, with West Ham leading the chase.
Jude Bellingham is on the verge of moving from Borussia Dortmund to Real Madrid - although both clubs are still haggling over the final fee.
Pep Guardiola called Neymar to enquire about his intentions ahead of the transfer window, according to reports.
Erik ten Hag has dropped his biggest hint yet that Mason Greenwood could end up staying at Manchester United.
Graham Potter is reportedly in talks to take over from Roy Hodgson at Crystal Palace.
Ivan Toney has posted a bullish seven-word message on social media after his betting ban, telling fans he will be "back soon" following the start of his eight-month suspension.

DAILY MIRROR
Bayern Munich are prepared to pay a staggering package worth £95m to land Declan Rice from West Ham.
James Maddison will lead a 10-player Leicester exodus this summer with a queue of Premier League clubs - including Newcastle, Tottenham and Arsenal - ready to snap him up.
Liverpool look set to hand Alexis Mac Allister his much-desired No 10 shirt should he arrive at Anfield.

DAILY RECORD
Steven Naismith is edging closer to being appointed permanent Hearts boss.
Carl Starfelt insists the treble is too important to Celtic to risk taking Inverness lightly.

SCOTTISH SUN
Inverness will be cheered on in Saturday's Scottish Cup final by barely 6,000 fans.
AEK Athens warned that Celtic target Levi Garcia is not for sale at any price.
Celtic are showing interest in 20-goal Slovenia striker Zan Vipotnik, according to a report.



Tottenham are determined to resist Manchester United's attempts to sign England striker Harry Kane, 29, this summer, with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy unwilling to sell to a Premier League rival. (Mirror)

Erik ten Hag is confident he can persuade Chelsea's 24-year-old England midfielder Mason Mount to join Manchester United as part of a summer overhaul being demanded by the manager. (Telegraph)

Bayern Munich are prepared to pay £95m sign West Ham and England midfielder Declan Rice, with the German side determined to beat Arsenal to the signature of the 24-year-old. (Mirror)

Paris St-Germain are interested in making a shock move for Arsenal's 24-year-old Norwegian midfielder Martin Odegaard. (Mail)

Tottenham, Newcastle and Arsenal are among the Premier League clubs interested in Leicester's James Maddison and the 26-year-old England midfielder could go for around £40m. (Mirror)

Crystal Palace have approached former Chelsea and Brighton boss Graham Potter over their vacant managerial position, with Nice also keen on the 48-year-old Englishman. (Footmercato - in French)

Brighton have completed the signing of Germany midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud, 27, on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund. (Fabrizio Romano)

Liverpool have rejected a permanent transfer offer from abroad for Portugal Under-21 attacking midfielder Fabio Carvalho as the Merseyside club are only considering a loan deal for the 20-year-old. (Athletic - subscription required)

West Ham are leading the race to sign James Ward-Prowse, with Southampton valuing the 28-year-old England midfielder at £40m. (Sun)

Newcastle are confident they can tie Brazil midfielder Bruno Guimaraes, 25, down to a new contract at St James' Park despite interest from Barcelona. (90min)

Brazilian 31-year-old forward Roberto Firmino, who will leave Liverpool this summer, is waiting to see where he would fit in with Real Madrid's plans before taking a decision on moving to Spain. (Mail)

Barcelona boss Xavi says he is in talks with 35-year-old Argentina and Paris St-Germain forward Lionel Messi over a sensational summer return to the Camp Nou. (Standard)

But Messi's father and agent Jorge has agreed a two-year deal with Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal worth 1.2bn euros (£1.1bn). (Footmercato - in French)

Everton are stepping up their interest in 21-year-old Mali striker El Bilal Toure following his return to Almeria's line-up on Sunday. (Mail)

Chelsea have opened talks over a deal to sign 22-year-old Uruguay and Sporting CP midfielder Manuel Ugarte. (90min)

Other midfield targets for Chelsea include Brighton's 24-year-old Argentina international Alexis Mac Allister and 21-year-old Ecuador international Moises Caicedo. (Guardian)

United States midfielder Brenden Aaronson, 22, has a relegation release clause in his Leeds contract and is expected to leave Elland Road this summer. (Athletic - subscription required)

Crystal Palace are considering a loan bid for Chelsea and England Under-19 midfielder Lewis Hall, 18. (Mail)
 

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Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema is considering a move after an eye-watering 400m euro (£346m) two-year contract bid from Saudi Arabia for the Frenchman, 35. (ESPN)

Arsenal have no intention of selling Emile Smith Rowe, 22, this summer and hope the injury-hit England forward will return to fitness and form at the European Under-21 Championships, (Athletic - subscription required)

Tottenham Hotspur managerial target Luis Enrique is in talks with Serie A champions Napoli, however, the former Spain and Barcelona manager is keen to join a Premier League side. (Guardian)

Tottenham and Newcastle United are battling for Leicester City midfielder James Maddison, 26, and Foxes winger Harvey Barnes, 25, with both English internationals valued at about £40m. (Sun)

An agreement between Brighton manager Roberto de Zerbi and Moises Caicedo will see the 21-year-old Ecuador midfielder depart the Seagulls this summer. It's currently a three-club race with Chelsea the major contenders. (Fabrizio Romano)

Manchester City and Arsenal are keeping tabs on Leeds United and Italy forward Wilfried Gnonto, 19. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Manchester United will not sign Netherlands forward Wout Weghorst, 30, and Austria midfielder Marcel Sabitzer, 29, on permanent deals from Burnley and Bayern Munich respectively. (Mail)

Real Valladolid's Spanish right-back Ivan Fresneda, 18, has received a lucrative bid from Arsenal. (BILD - in German)

France defender Benjamin Pavard, 27, is set to leave Bayern Munich after Inter Milan showed interest back in January. (Fabrizio Romano)

Aston Villa are eyeing Real Madrid's Marco Asensio, who is expected leave on a free transfer this summer. The Spain international, 27, has also attracted interested from Paris St-Germain, Arsenal and AC Milan. (Sun)

Liverpool are targeting a move for Borussia Monchengladbach's French midfielder Man Utd Kone, with the 22-year-old valued at around 40m euros (£34.6m). (BILD - in German)

Juventus are leading the race to sign Chelsea's American forward Christian Pulisic, 24, in a $25m (£20.1m) deal. (Mail)

FC Porto's Portuguese goalkeeper Diogo Costa, 23, looks to be bound for Manchester United, while Spaniard David de Gea, 32, is also keen to sign a new contract. (Mirror)

Wolves have joined Chelsea and Crystal Palace in the race for Gambia Under-20 forward Adama Bojang, 19, who plays for Gambian side Steve Biko FC. (Standard)
 

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Um... Liverpool are targeting a move for Borussia Monchengladbach's French midfielder Man Utd Kone
Man Utd Kone is offensive!

EDIT: turns out you can not write his name here without it turning into Man Utd!