All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Thursday’s national papers…
Wayne Rooney is high on the list of candidates to become Burnley boss, and the current Derby manager will be tempted to take the Turf Moor job even if caretaker chief Mike Jackson fails to keep the Clarets in the Premier League .
Manchester United face competition from Borussia Dortmund in pursuit of Sebastien Haller.
Harry Maguire could have played his last game this season after injuring his knee.
Cameron Brannagan is the subject of a transfer battle at five of Championship clubs Sheffield United, QPR, Stoke, Preston and Blackpool.
Sadio Mane has revealed Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson convinced Jurgen Klopp to change the club’s training schedule this month to accommodate players observing Ramadan.
Legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted Erik ten Hag must take control of the club if he is to bring back the glory days, after his appointment was announced last week.
Ederson’s role in Real Madrid’s second goal against Manchester City in the Champions League semi-final was criticized by one goalkeeping analyst as “unusually weak”.
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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.
Leicester Tigers have won the race to land England and Lions player Anthony Watson from Bath.
Former Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi’s home near Valencia was broken into on Sunday night with stolen property worth almost a million euros.
Arsenal are set to hold imminent talks with William Saliba’s agent, who has conceded it is still unclear what the north London club’s plans are for him.
Momentum is building for two-legged Champions League semi-finals to be scrapped, with major European clubs backing a plan to play the semi-finals and final over a single week in a single city.
Thomas Tuchel has declared his commitment to Chelsea after members of his squad feared the club’s takeover saga could put their head coach’s future in doubt.
Manchester United caretaker manager Ralf Rangnick will be forced to bring a number of young players into the squad for Thursday night’s game against Chelsea with up to seven senior players out injured.
Rob Key has made his first major political decision as manager of men’s cricket in England after officially announcing the appointment of two new head coaches, separated by Test and cue ball formats.
A senior Ukrainian tennis official has told his sport’s governing bodies that they will “play on the side of the monster” if they take action against Wimbledon and the LTA for banning Russian and Belarusian players from events this summer.
Members of the DP World Tour who take part in the $25million Saudi-backed event in Hertfordshire in June risk facing increasing sanctions, clearance will not be granted to those who are looking to play at the Centurion Club.
Bianca Williams, the innocent athlete arrested and searched by the Metropolitan Police, has slammed a ‘culture of racism’ within the force as it was announced five officers will face a gross misconduct hearing over the incident .
Roma have imposed a £67million price tag on Tammy Abraham, with Arsenal reportedly interested in the striker.
Tam Courts have admitted Dundee United have yet to offer any deals to upcoming free agents, including Livingston winger Alan Forrest.
Phillip Cocu has become the latest big name to declare his interest in the Hibernian vacancy and now hopes to meet with the club to discuss it further.