All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Wednesday’s national papers…
Manchester United are reportedly ready to attempt to lure Sergej Milinkovic-Savic away from Lazio once again.
Alexandre Lacazette could be given a new short-term contract at the Emirates as Barcelona and Lyon consider a free transfer.
Mohamed Salah was sent off the pitch after dramatic scenes saw Senegal beat Egypt on penalties to reach the World Cup final.
Real Madrid are reportedly listening to offers for Brazilian winger Rodrygo as they plan a summer move.
Newcastle United have suffered a blow after Charles de Ketelaere revealed a former Sunderland star told him “there’s not much to do” there.
Liverpool have reportedly joined Chelsea in the race for Paris Saint-Germain wonderkid Ismael Gharbi.
Manchester United plan to free up nearly £500,000 a week’s wages by allowing three stars to leave.
Juan Mata appealed for global donations to help the Ukrainian people at war.
Gareth Bale could sign a short-term contract with a new club – before retiring after the World Cup if Wales qualify.
Erling Haaland has reduced his massive demands for salary and agent fees, according to reports.
Chelsea striker Timo Werner is reportedly ready to leave the club – but it will take a £33m offer to snare him.
Lucas Torreira is set to finally secure a permanent departure from Arsenal this summer after two years on loan.
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Erik ten Hag and Mauricio Pochettino remain favorites for the Manchester United job, with Luis Enrique’s determination to lead Spain to the World Cup final putting him out of contention.
Chelsea’s shortlisted bidders have been warned against turning the race to buy the club into a public beauty contest by the bank handling the sale.
A radical new plan for the English domestic game involving the creation of a 12-team Premier League is being considered as part of the England & Wales Cricket Board’s high performance review.
Tottenham will be forced to wait if they want to revisit their interest in Adama Traore this summer, according to reports.
Arsenal and Tottenham could have to pay up to €150m (£127m) if they want to sign Benfica striker Darwin Nunez.
Former Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is considering taking advantage of the current turmoil at Stamford Bridge by attempting to sign Kepa Arrizabalaga, according to reports in Italy.
Dan Ashworth may be forced to wait until November before taking over as Newcastle United sporting director.
Paul Pogba will have to take a major pay cut if he wants to join Juventus from Manchester United when his contract at Old Trafford expires this summer, according to reports.
Mohamed Salah and his Egyptian teammates had lasers shining on their faces in their crucial World Cup qualifying loss to Senegal.
Brazilian striker Giovana Queiroz has accused Barcelona of forcing her into self-isolation against her will.
Sevilla manager Julen Lopetegui has ruled himself out of the race to take over as Manchester United boss.
PSG star Lionel Messi has signed a $20m (£15m) deal to promote crypto fan firm Socios.
Joe Hart has revealed how a harsh criticism of his abilities by Tottenham manager Nuno Espirito Santo left him contemplating retirement.
Ajax’s technical director has said he wants to steer manager Erik ten Hag out of the clutches of Manchester United, but conceded the Dutch club “know how the world works”.
Roman Abramovich is no stranger to the threat of a poison attack and has previously introduced strict measures at Chelsea to protect themselves – including an away dining ban at Stamford Bridge.
Woody Johnson admits his failed takeover bid for Chelsea is bittersweet as the amount of money needed to buy the club presents a “tremendous challenge” financially.
David Beckham is said to have big plans at Inter Miami after the Qatar World Cup this winter to reunite Lionel Messi with his former Barcelona pals.
Alexandre Lacazette has hailed Mikel Arteta as the main instigator of Arsenal’s revival of form saying it’s “everything about him”.
Steven Gerrard is set to upset Rangers again with a swoop for their most promising youngster, Rory Wilson.
Rangers are set to impose bans on fans invading the pitch.
Rangers haven’t lost hope of convincing Rory Wilson to extend his stay at Ibrox.
Gheorghe Hagi has backed his son Ianis to reach the same lofty heights the Rangers star was reaching before he suffered his devastating knee injury.