October 11, 2022
Manchester United considering summer move for Tottenham striker Harry Kane – Articles |  Transfer Center News

All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Tuesday’s national papers…


Manchester United are considering making a new summer move for Tottenham striker Harry Kane.

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Harry Kane says his game is improving under Antonio Conte and he is building a culture at the club to succeed.


Old Trafford could be demolished and rebuilt according to plans considered by Manchester United.

Roman Abramovich has been pictured in public for the first time since the Chelsea owner was sanctioned by the government for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Chelsea face a grueling 10-plus hour round trip to Middlesbrough and back for their FA Cup quarter-final after not booking flights for the game.

An FA Cup-style one-day knockout competition could be back on the agenda as part of changes to the domestic game of cricket.

Saqib Mahmood is in line for a test start against the West Indies to spread the workload in England.


Saudi Media Group have made a £2.7billion bid to buy Chelsea, according to reports.

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Gary Neville has said the situation at Chelsea is a “red flag” for football and expects an independent regulator to step in to oversee the sale of clubs in the future.

Manchester United must bring in Mauricio Pochettino and return to fearless football as they played under Sir Alex Ferguson, says Teddy Sheringham.

Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot has come under fire from road safety groups after his Mercedes 4×4 was caught on camera driving through a red light.


A consortium led by US billionaire Todd Boehly and British property tycoon Jonathan Goldstein has emerged as the main contender to take over Chelsea.

Liverpool are sweating over Mohamed Salah’s fitness ahead of Wednesday’s crucial Premier League game against Arsenal, with the forward appearing to miss a training session on Monday.


The EFL must launch an impactful campaign in response to a rise in hooliganism at matches with play on an expletive saying.

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