All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Tuesday’s national papers…
Manchester United stars are reportedly divided over the possible appointment of Erik ten Hag as the club’s next manager, with some seeing him as a ‘disappointing’ choice.
Serge Gnabry is reportedly considering his future at Bayern Munich with Real Madrid, Juventus and Liverpool all interested in the former Arsenal flop that thrived in the Bundesliga.
Kalvin Phillips is ready to fend off interest from several Premier League sides to sign a new deal with Leeds United, but talks will have to wait until the summer following his change of agent.
Newcastle United, West Ham, Crystal Palace and Leeds United are all interested in FC Cologne defender Timo Hubers, who could be available for as little as £6million this summer when his contract ends.
Paris Saint-Germain chief Nasser Al-Khelaifi wants the Champions League to introduce a Super Bowl-style opening ceremony to “challenge the status quo”.
Liverpool’s opening effort to enter the non-fungible token (NFT) market failed, with just over 5% of the 171,000 made available sold.
Essex has pleaded guilty to two cricket discrediting charges following allegations that former chairman John Faragher used a racial slur during a 2017 board meeting.
Manchester City and England star Jack Grealish is set to strike an unprecedented £1million sponsorship deal with fashion house Gucci.
Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan has reportedly put the club up for sale and has already received interest from three possible suitors.
Tammy Abraham has hinted at Roma’s future return to the Premier League due to his London roots.
Gareth Bale is set to be the first man to leave Real Madrid this summer with Arsenal target Luka Jovic likely to be another player leaving the Santiago Bernabeu.
Lucas Torreira is hoping to leave Arsenal permanently this summer after being ‘reborn’ while on loan in Serie A with Fiorentina.
London Spirit is set to use its first pick in Tuesday’s Hundred draft against West Indies captain Kieron Pollard.
THE TELEGRAPH OF THE DAY
Everton will have to cut costs by £50m to avoid Financial Fair Play penalties if they are relegated to the Championship.
The Ricketts family are in talks with new investors to bolster their bid for Chelsea.
Mike Dean has revealed his daughter received death threats after sending off West Ham midfielder Tomas Soucek last season.
Gabriel Ibitoye has set his sights on a return to the English rugby fold after sealing a return to the Premiership with Bristol following an overseas stint in Israel and France.
Wimbledon organizers are prepared to exclude Daniil Medvedev from this summer’s tournament over the possible boost a win could give Vladimir Putin’s Russian regime.
The ATP chief has ordered officials to quell players’ tantrums after “too many dangerous moments” on the men’s tennis circuit this year.
THE SUN OF SCOTLAND
Scotland face a blow ahead of their bid to qualify for November’s World Cup with Kieran Tierney unlikely to be available through injury.