All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Wednesday’s national papers…
New Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag could bring £35m Ajax goalscoring machine Sebastien Haller with him to Old Trafford.
Tottenham are looking to appoint a No.2 in Chief Football Officer Fabio Paratici.
Manchester United are set to miss Peterborough wonderkid Ronnie Edwards despite Sir Alex Ferguson advising a transfer last year.
Pau Torres has attracted interest from Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea as Premier League sides prepare to activate his £50million release clause this summer.
Brentford will pay Peterborough an extra £1m for avoiding relegation as part of their Ivan Toney transfer deal.
Manchester United are said to be in pole position to seal the transfer of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic from Lazio.
Barcelona have reportedly ended their pursuit of Arsenal centre-back Gabriel Magalhaes after concluding they cannot afford him.
Manchester United have received a major boost in their bid to sign Benfica star Darwin Nunez this summer.
Romelu Lukaku is reportedly pushing for a return to Inter Milan this summer but must halve his huge salary if he is to secure a return to San Siro.
THE TELEGRAPH OF THE DAY
Erik ten Hag is set to start pre-season with Donny van de Beek in his Manchester United squad following the Dutch midfielder’s loan move to Everton.
Chelsea bidders have been invited to Stamford Bridge to make a final pitch to be selected as the club’s preferred buyer.
Wolves will prioritize signing a new centre-forward this summer and are expected to move for Goncalo Guedes from Valencia.
Paris Saint-Germain are increasingly hoping to persuade Kylian Mbappe to sign a new contract after talks with his mother in Doha last week.
Liverpool’s equality chief blamed the coronavirus lockdowns for a ‘huge rise’ in bigotry among football fans, saying: ‘I think people have forgotten how to behave’.
Jorginho’s agent has insisted the Chelsea midfielder will ‘stay 100 per cent in London’ this summer amid speculation the Italy international could join Juventus.
Liverpool could hijack Manchester United’s attempts to bring Monaco midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni to the Premier League as the Merseysiders have reportedly made initial contact with the ace’s entourage.
Manchester United have reportedly ‘watched’ Roma striker Nicolo Zaniolo ahead of the impending rebuild under Erik ten Hag.
Newcastle are planning a £30m summer move for Tottenham tough man Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.
Antonio Conte and his representatives have already offered a ‘plan’ to Paris Saint-Germain if the Italian becomes the club’s next manager, according to reports.
Arsenal’s search for a striker has led them to Gabriel Jesus and a £35million bid is set to be made for Brazilian leader Manchester City in the summer transfer window, according to reports.
Chelsea have asked to be kept informed of in-demand German defender Amos Pieper.
Merseyside Police are investigating reports of criminal damage caused to the exterior at Anfield on Sunday, after Liverpool beat rivals Everton 2-0.
Steve Bruce has demanded West Brom players live within an hour’s drive of the training ground and will extend the rule to potential new signings.
Real Madrid outcast Isco is set to move to Real Betis this summer and will become the highest-paid player in the team’s history.
Brennan Johnson is a summer target for Leeds if they stay in the Premier League and Nottingham Forest miss out on promotion.
Celtic will get Sweden’s best left-back if they land Mohanad Jeahze – according to team-mate Darijan Bojanic.
St Mirren are close to agreeing a deal to sign goalkeeper Trevor Carson from Dundee United.
Hearts are planning a summer training camp in southern Spain as part of their preparations for next season.
Emma Raducanu is considering appointing a coaching staff led by highly esteemed Italian Riccardo Piatti after suddenly ending her five-month partnership with Torben Beltz.
County cricket reforms are increasingly likely to include a reduction in the number of league matches from next season after a proposal received backing from players.