All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Thursday’s national papers…
Harry Maguire faces a fight over his future at Manchester United.
Exeter Chiefs director of rugby Rob Baxter is open to talks to become Eddie Jones’ successor.
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck is confident he broke no rules or undermined the integrity of the club’s sale by facilitating a meeting between Tom Ricketts and the club’s former player Paul Canoville.
Fulham received a nearly £250m bailout from billionaire owner Shahid Khan as they counted the cost of a disastrous Premier League campaign a year ago.
FIFA has been criticized for allowing banned Russian delegates to attend the congress in Qatar.
Five substitutions are expected in the Premier League next season
Groups vying with the Ricketts Consortium’s bid for control of Chelsea are angered by what they believe is preferential treatment given to Chicago Cubs owners.
Arsenal beat Brentford 4-1 in a behind-closed-doors game as Alexandre Lacazette scored a hat-trick.
The “superstar” horse Jet Powered is set to make its debut on Saturday.
Everton will sell Richarlison or Dominic Calvert-Lewin this summer after the revelation of their financial difficulties.
Adidas have revealed the ball for this year’s World Cup final in Qatar.
Mesut Ozil has no intention of leaving Fenerbahçe.
Manchester United are reportedly looking to include Anthony Martial in a deal for Harry Kane this summer, with Sevilla unable to buy the France international when his six-month loan deal expires at the end of the season.
Alec Stewart says County play can still produce the best Test players for England.
Nick Kyrgios has refused to apologize for his collapse at the Miami Open.