All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Wednesday’s national papers…
New Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is closely monitoring Mason Mount’s contract situation at Chelsea as he eyes a shock move for the England midfielder.
Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid are all in the market for Manchester City striker Raheem Sterling, whose contract expires in the summer of 2023.
Arsenal and Chelsea are the main competitors for Everton striker Richarlison, who recently said he is considering his future at Goodison Park.
Inter Milan are ready to offer Stefan de Vrij as part of a deal to bring Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku back to the club, according to reports in Italy.
Manchester United and Arsenal could be among the teams preparing an offer for midfielder Corentin Tolisso, who will leave Bayern Munich on a free transfer this summer.
West Ham are close to completing their £7.6million permanent move for PSG goalkeeper Alphonse Areola.
Brentford are hoping to add Danish international defender Rasmus Kristensen to their squad in a £10m deal from RB Salzburg this summer.
Liverpool and Manchester City have reportedly made ‘quiet’ offers for Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount amid interest from Manchester United.
UEFA continued to employ an ethics and disciplinary inspector despite the discovery that he had been reprimanded for placing thousands of bets on matches, including some on his own national team to lose.
Frenkie de Jong has given Manchester United a summer transfer setback by saying he wants to stay at Barcelona.
Real Madrid have stepped up their interest in Raheem Sterling, who will discuss with Manchester City bosses his future at the club after the Nations League fixtures in England in June.
Tottenham’s signing of Ivan Perisic won’t stop them from going after Eintracht Frankfurt full-back Filip Kostic.
Durham starter Matthew Potts is set to make his England debut in the first Test against New Zealand this week.
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Jason McAteer has admitted he feared another Hillsborough was unfolding before his eyes when his family was caught up in the chaos of the pre-Champions League final at the Stade de France.
Tottenham will battle Nottingham Forest for the signing of Middlesbrough wing-back Djed Spence who is valued at £15million.
Transgender swimmer Lia Thomas has her sights set on competing for the United States at the Olympics.
Tottenham have been told they will need to find £54million to sign Inter Milan defender Alessandro Bastoni.
Leeds United are hoping Jesse Marsch as manager will give them an edge as they seek to sign Danish defender Rasmus Kristensen from Marsch’s former employers Red Bull Salzburg.
Newcastle United have joined the race to sign Arsenal defender William Saliba should the Gunners decide against adding him to their first-team plans.
Juventus are considering a move for Manchester City defender Aymeric Laporte this summer according to a report in Italy.
Chelsea are ready to renew their interest in Barcelona full-back Sergino Dest and could use the Catalan club’s interest in Marcos Alonso and Cesar Azpilicueta to secure a deal down the line as they will need to make these players prominent on their payroll.
Lionel Messi has said he was unable to run at full speed for six weeks due to the impact of contracting Covid-19 on his lungs in January.
Manchester City star Kevin de Bruyne has earned his UEFA ‘A’ coaching license after working for his badge in Belgium.
Former Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt is set to be unveiled as ADO Den Haag’s next manager later this week.
Benfica striker Darwin Nunez is reportedly keen to move to Manchester United and be part of the Erik ten Hag revolution.
Boxing icon Eric “Butterbean” Esch has revealed he’s in the best shape of his life and called out Jake Paul as he prepares for one last fight at the age of 55.
Livingston star Alan Forrest is expected to choose a move to Hearts over Scottish Premiership rivals Dundee United.
Leeds United face competition from Manchester City and Tottenham for highly sought-after Celtic and Scotland Under-17 international goalkeeper Rory Mahady.