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Wednesday's Newspapers:
8th March 2019


the sun

Manchester United will make a £120m move for Juventus striker Paulo Dybala if they decide to sell Romelu Lukaku this summer.
Peter Kenyon is making a last-gasp effort to buy Bolton Wanderers after his failed effort to secure a deal for Newcastle United.
Newcastle face a nervous wait over midfielder Sean Longstaff after sending him to a specialist over a knee injury he suffered at West Ham.
Struggling Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah will be spared international duty with Egypt later this month.
Southampton will offer defender Yan Valery a new deal later this month after his stunning breakthrough this campaign - he is out of contract at the end of next season.
Real Madrid could turn to club legend Raul if they are unable to secure Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager this summer.
Chelsea are in talks with Lille's sporting director Luis Campos about taking on a similar role at Stamford Bridge, according to reports in France.
Manchester City would pocket a whopping £15m windfall if Jadon Sancho becomes the latest £100m footballer this summer.
Rafa Benitez has major doubts about January signing Antonio Barreca.


the times

Tottenham have been told all five of their remaining home games must be played at Wembley unless their stadium is ready for their next Premier League outing.
Sophia Floersch will be back behind the wheel of a Formula 3 car on Wednesday, just 105 days after breaking her back in a 170mph crash.
The ECB chairman Colin Graves is embroiled in another dispute with a number of county chairmen over his desire to extend his term of office so he can preside over the launch of the new 100-ball tournament next year.


daily mirror

Real Madrid have a three-man shortlist to replace under-fire boss Santiago Solari featuring Mauricio Pochettino, Massimiliano Allegri and Joachim Low.
Furious Real Madrid fans chanted Jose Mourinho's name outside the Bernabeu - and called for Santiago Solari to resign - after crashing out of the Champions League on Tuesday.
New Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers expects a summer battle to keep their in-demand stars but insists he is unfazed.


daily mail

Martin Glenn has agreed to remain as the FA chief executive until September, ensuring he is at the helm until his replacement is ready to take charge.
Nottingham Forest striker Lewis Grabban was involved in a training-ground dispute after club physios questioned the extent of his Achilles injury.
Mesut Ozil has tweeted his support to Jerome Boateng after his brutal axing from the German national team but failed to share a message of sympathy with both Mats Hummels and Thomas Muller.
Stoke will study the outcome of Saido Berahino's court appearance on Wednesday before making a final ruling on his future at the club.
World Athletics are to review rules over Laura Muir's running shoes after claims they could be in breach of regulations.


daily telegraph

Brendan Rodgers is targeting a summer reunion with Lee Congerton, Celtic's head of recruitment.
Manchester City may have to break the world transfer record for a defender to stand any chance of prising England left-back Ben Chilwell away from Leicester City this summer.



daily express

Rangers are tracking Millwall full-back Mahlon Romeo - who may end up replacing James Tavernier in Glasgow.


scottish sun

Aberdeen's Scott McKenna faced online criticism after confirming he had become an ambassador for Trump International resort.


daily record

Hearts fear striker Steven Naismith's season is over with the knee injury he suffered against Celtic last week.
Aberdeen have launched a probe into the offensive banner aimed at Alfredo Morelos.
Hearts fans are at the centre of Scottish football's latest coin throwing probe after it emerged Partick Thistle boss Gary Caldwell was targeted repeatedly during Monday night's Scottish Cup tie.
Aberdeen fans will only receive 850 tickets from Rangers for the Scottish Cup replay next Tuesday.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
7th March 2019


the independent

Real Madrid have made Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp their No 1 target in the wake of their Champions League exit.
Lionel Messi is set to end his international exile and return to the Argentina squad this week.
Thomas Muller says he is angered by the news Joachim Low has ended his hugely successful international career with Germany.


the sun

Jadon Sancho is set to snub Manchester United and stay in Germany.
Newcastle have been ordered to reveal their findings from the Peter Beardsley racism and bullying probe by the FA.
Gareth Bale will be forced to take a potential £70m pay cut should he wish to leave Real Madrid in the summer.
Tammy Abraham could follow Jadon Sancho to Germany as RB Leipzig line up a £20m transfer for the Chelsea striker.
Bayern Munich have accused the German national team of sabotaging their Liverpool tie with the timing of the Thomas Muller, Jerome Boateng and Mats Hummels axing announcement.


daily mail

Maurizio Sarri is still part of Chelsea's plans as the board consult him over pre-season preparations, despite uncertainty over his future.
The parents of seven Newcastle United academy players demanded a meeting with the club in 2002 to raise concerns about Peter Beardsley's treatment of their sons.
Maro Itoje has been caught up in a salary cap storm as the England star is in business with Saracens owner Nigel Wray.


daily express

Antonio Conte could be on his way back to Juventus this summer but Chelsea will still have to pay him millions in compensation.


daily telegraph

Jose Mourinho is expected to be offered the chance to become the new coach of Real Madrid.
The England Sevens team is facing the axe as part of 'brutal' cost-cutting measures being considered by the Rugby Football Union.


daily record
Aberdeen supporters are furious they are receiving less than 1,000 tickets for the Scottish Cup replay at Rangers.
Alex McLeish expects every player selected to kick off Scotland's Euro 2020 campaign to turn up despite admitting it's a crucial period in the club season.


scottish sun
Hearts star Steven Naismith is set to be sidelined for two months as he requires knee surgery.
Ryan Jack is in contention for a start against Hibs - just days after fears he had broken his foot.
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Friday's Newspapers:
8th March 2019


daily mirror

Jose Mourinho is reportedly set to be named Real Madrid boss until the end of the season, following this weekend's game against Real Valladolid.
England may lose Crystal Palace's Aaron Wan-Bissaka to DR Congo if he is not in the next squad.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone has been slapped with a €20k fine for his bizarre crotch-grabbing celebration against Juventus.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be appointed Manchester United's full-time manager - on half the money of his predecessor Jose Mourinho.
PSG sporting director Antero Henrique has launched a strongly-worded attack on Adrien Rabiot after he was spotted partying after their Champions League exit to Manchester United.
A player in the Turkish third tier has been banned from football for life after allegedly concealing a weapon prior to a match and then using it to attack four opponents.


the sun

Real Madrid will offer Spurs £145m in a double deal for Harry Kane and Mauricio Pochettino.
Tottenham are set to finally open their new stadium in April after winning council approval to stage a first test event.
Arsene Wenger has been offered a top FIFA job overlooking rule changes in football and refereeing.
Unai Emery was mocked by old foe Hatem Ben Arfa as Arsenal suffered Europa League humiliation.
Premier League officials have been left stunned by one of the managers appointed to run their Video Assistant Referees because Adam Carter has never been a top referee.


the independent

Neymar had to be restrained by Paris Saint-Germain staff as he attempted to gain access to the match officials' room after the defeat to Manchester United.


daily telegraph


Premier League video assistant referees will be instructed to make the final decisions on contentious moments themselves next season and convey them to the on-field referee, rather than the latter having to consult a pitchside screen.
Brendan Rodgers will bring forward moving his family to Leicester after the break-in at his Glasgow home.
Everton's feud with the Republic of Ireland over the handling of James McCarthy appears to be over.
English and French rugby clubs are threatening legal action over World Rugby's nations championship proposal.
Nigel Wray, the Saracens chairman, has stated there was no cover-up about the business arrangements he had with several England players on the club's books.


daily mail

Thibaut Courtois has escaped charges after the Real Madrid goalkeeper 'threw an object' at a photographer's car.
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has revealed the club will consider a move for Ajax star Matthijs de Ligt.
Mason Greenwood's appearance in Paris was so unexpected that the Manchester United kitman had to use PSG numbering on his shirt.
Peter Beardsley is set to come face to face with the Newcastle United U23s squad who accused him of racism and bullying when they defend their title at the Hong Kong Soccer Sevens.
Sergio Ramos and Florentino Perez clashed in an angry exchange after Real Madrid's humiliating defeat by Ajax on Tuesday with the captain telling his president: 'Pay me up and I'll leave'.
Arsenal youth product Emmanuel Frimpong has announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 27.


the times

Senior officials at Manchester United believe that it is now a matter of when and not if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is appointed the permanent manager.
Manchester City discussed a plan to pay the family of Jadon Sancho £225,000 before they recruited the England star when he was a 14-year-old at Watford's academy, according to leaked documents.
At least a dozen top-flight clubs are planning to write to the Premier League to ask what action they intend to take over alleged breaches of financial fair play by Manchester City.


scottish sun

Rangers are poised to snap up Motherwell starlet Jake Hastie on a four-year deal.
Alex Neil has ruled himself out of being the next Celtic boss.
St Johnstone have a keeper crisis for their clash with Livingston - after back-up stopper Mark Hurst walked out on the club.


daily record

Steven Gerrard has told Steven Davis he won't pick the midfielder on his reputation.
Neil Lennon has been backed to land the Celtic job on a permanent basis by Aberdeen rival Derek McInnes.
Alan Stubbs insists Scottish football needs an urgent summit to hound out the hooligans as hurling bottles from the stands could end up with star players suffering brain damage.


daily express

The Golden State Warriors are expecting Kevin Durant to leave, amid Lakers and Knicks rumours.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen says he could be driving in Formula One until he is 42 years old.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
9th March 2019


daily express

Pep Guardiola has agreed to take over as Juventus manager at the end of the season, according to reports in Italy.


daily mail

Tottenham have denied their new ground is to be called 'The Nike Stadium'.
Romelu Lukaku has ended his goal famine since changing to a pre-match meal of ham and cheese omelettes.
Wolves are pushing to sign Birmingham City's highly-rated teenage striker Ramello Mitchell.
Ryan Giggs has arranged for Wales to train at Manchester United's Carrington base ahead of their friendly with Trinidad & Tobago at Wrexham.
Bournemouth are set to be without defender Steve Cook for up to six weeks after an infection set in on his injured groin.
Lennox Lewis claims he would come out of retirement aged 53 to fight Mike Tyson for £76m.


the sun

Real Madrid are preparing a world-record £300m bid for Neymar to finally replace Cristiano Ronaldo.
Real Madrid star Isco is angry with boss Santiago Solari and has told his agent to contact Manchester City about a move.
Chelsea's looming transfer ban has increased the likelihood of Eden Hazard leaving the club for nothing when his contract expires in 2020.
Deontay Wilder has insisted his heavyweight unification fight against Anthony Joshua "will happen for sure".


the guardian

Arsenal are hoping to make Monchi their sporting director, but the Spaniard says he has "not decided" whether he'll take the role yet.


daily telegraph

Liverpool have welcomed UEFA's investigation into Manchester City's alleged Financial Fair Play breach.
Gareth Southgate hopes to get a chance to look at Bournemouth's Callum Wilson against Huddersfield if the striker is ready after a knee injury.


the times

Mauricio Pochettino has said he is flattered by interest from Real Madrid and that he would consider going back to work in Spain.
Watford could take Manchester City to arbitration for a "loss of opportunity" regarding the sale of Jadon Sancho in 2015.



SCOTSMAN

Celtic interim manager Neil Lennon wants to stay at the club for the long haul.


daily record

Neil Lennon has revealed he has already held talks with Celtic's in-demand head of recruitment Lee Congerton over potential summer signings.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
10th March 2019


daily star sunday

Barcelona's Philippe Coutinho has issued a "come and get me" plea to Manchester United.


sunday express

Alexis Sanchez is set to dig his heels in and resist any attempts from Manchester United to sell him this summer.


the sun on sunday

Manchester United will pay Molde £6m as a goodwill gesture to appoint Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as boss.
United want to break the deadlock over David de Gea's new deal and reopen talks.
Jose Mourinho could be installed as Real Madrid's new £17m-a-year manager as soon as Monday.
Tottenham want to join the race for Italy's big hope Federico Chiesa - but it will take a stunning £70m.
Arsenal are ready to battle it out with Atletico and Real Madrid for Ajax for defender Nicolas Tagliafico.
Wolves may be plotting a stunning move for Benfica's Joao Felix to trump some of Europe's biggest clubs.


sunday telegraph

West Brom are targeting Slavisa Jokanovic and David Wagner after taking the controversial decision to sack Darren Moore, with the club fourth in the Championship.


sunday mirror

Manchester United are monitoring AC Milan right-back Davide Calabria as they look to replace veteran Antonio Valencia.
Virgil van Dijk is heading for a bumper new Liverpool deal as Real Madrid and Barcelona circle.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has joked that he is ready to boot Liverpool star Virgil van Dijk out of his house as Manchester United look to make the Norwegian's return to Old Trafford permanent.
Jose Mourinho's likely return as Real Madrid boss can still save Gareth Bale's Bernabeu career, according to Wales legend Mickey Thomas.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has told Toon boss Rafa Benitez to sign a new contract and he can bring in another Miguel Almiron.
Newcastle defender Fabian Schar has put himself back on the radars of Arsenal and Tottenham.


daily record

Kieran Tierney has swatted away talk of Brendan Rodgers plundering him from Celtic - even though it's his pals who are asking.


scottish sun

John Kennedy admits his ultimate goal is to become Celtic manager.
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Monday's Newspapers:
11th March 2019


daily telegraph

Pep Guardiola has told friends he is open to staying at Manchester City for the next four years.
West Bromwich Albion will have further talks with Slavisa Jokanovic on Monday as they pursue a new head coach, following the dismissal of Darren Moore on Saturday.
Junior Hoilett insists Cardiff City's band of brothers are united in their battle to overcome the odds and prolong their stay in the Premier League.


daily mirror

Jordan Pickford faces losing his job as England goalkeeper after a run of inconsistent form with Everton.
Carlos Carvalhal has emerged as a challenger for the newly-vacant West Brom manager's job along with Slavisa Jokanovic.
Tottenham will look to forget Saturday's Premier League defeat against Southampton by heading to Spain for a training camp - they do not play again until March 31.


daily mail

Chris Hughton believes Lewis Dunk deserves a place in Gareth Southgate's next England squad.
Harry Maguire thinks Jamie Vardy can keep scoring at the top level for years to come after hitting his century for Leicester.
Cheltenham bosses hope a legal injunction will rid the racecourse of around 200 ticket touts ahead of this week's Festival meeting.


the sun

Manchester City, Wolves and Leeds United are at the forefront of a digital revolution in the transfer market, using an online marketplace to buy and sell players.
Celtic are on the trail of £5m-rated Chelsea centre-half Tomas Kalas.


the guardian

FIFA is facing fresh calls to investigate a secret $100m TV deal offered to Qatar's state-run broadcaster Al Jazeera three weeks before the nation was awarded the 2022 World Cup.
Tiger Woods is set to make his return from a neck injury at this week's Players Championship with media commitments having been set for Monday at Sawgrass.
Willie Mullins has raised fears that high-profile horses could be forced to miss this week's Cheltenham Festival due to passport or documentation irregularities because of confusion caused by the recent equine flu outbreak.


daily record

Former Motherwell striker Lee Erwin has returned to his club in Iran, Tractor Sazi, after going AWOL for more than three months.


DAILY EXPRESS

Tottenham and Arsenal are likely to compete for Villarreal midfielder Pablo Fornals. The Gunners may have to sell Mesut Ozil before making a move.
•Manchester City are monitoring Lyon's Tanguy Ndombele with a view to making a summer move for the midfielder, who has also been watched by Tottenham, Manchester United and Juventus.
Kilmarnock have made a pre-contract offer to their former midfielder, Derby's Craig Bryson, whose current deal ends this summer

THE STAR

Chelsea have put Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo on their list of managerial transfer targets.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
12th March 2019


DAILY TELEGRAPH
Real Madrid have made the first move in their bid to sign Eden Hazard, by approaching Chelsea about a summer deal, with the Belgian's idol, Zinedine Zidane, making a spectacular return to the Bernabeu.
Salomon Rondon has described his partnership with Ayoze Perez as the ideal combination of power and guile as the striker looks to earn a permanent move to Newcastle United.
Midfielder Ilkay Gundogan said he will not be pressured into signing a new contract with Manchester City and refused to rule out leaving the club in the summer.


THE SUN
Alexis Sanchez is not in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's plans - and he might have to leave on loan.
Ilkay Gundogan will keep Manchester City waiting over his new deal at the Etihad.


DAILY MIRROR
Manchester United want to confirm Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their new permanent boss during the upcoming international break.
Arsenal director Josh Kroenke has met with fans and insisted the club can achieve long term success.
Sky Bet Championship club West Brom hope to name former Fulham coach Slavisa Jokanovic as their new boss, but he may not take charge until next week.
Gareth Southgate is considering a call-up for Southampton's in-form James Ward-Prowse.


THE INDEPENDENT
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has promised returning manager Zinedine Zidane £300m to spend this summer, with the Spanish giants interested players such as Chelsea forward Eden Hazard and Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen. Midfielders Gareth Bale and Luka Modric are among those set to leave the Bernabeu in the summer.

DAILY MAIL
Tottenham players are confident Mauricio Pochettino will not quit the club at the end of the season.
England medics will make late checks on Kieran Trippier's fitness with Aaron Wan-Bissaka waiting in the wings to take his place in Gareth Southgate's squad.

DAILY STAR
Celtic want to sign Chelsea defender Tomas Kalas in a £5m move but will also move for Red Star Belgrade defender Srdjan Babic as an alternative.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Referee Steven McLean phoned Steven Gerrard to apologise for missing the foul that led to Hibs' equaliser last Friday night.
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13th March 2019



Manchester United's pursuit of a Crystal Palace player


THE SUN

Manchester United are stepping up their interest in £40m-rated Crystal Palace starlet Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
• Meanwhile, interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to give his defenders a chance to prove themselves by holding off on splashing out £80m on a centre-back this summer.
•Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers could further enrage Celtic fans by beating Borussia Dortmund to the signature of Hoops star Kieran Tierney.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

Chelsea are drawing up a Plan A and Plan B for the summer, but there is a growing acceptance that both are likely to include selling Eden Hazard to Real Madrid.



DAILY STAR

Alexis Sanchez is so desperate to leave Manchester United he is willing to take a wage cut to get out.
•Brighton and Crystal Palace are interested in Mo Diame, who is out of contract at Newcastle in the summer.
•Crystal Palace and Brighton are among the clubs interested in signing Newcastle United's 31-year-old French midfielder Mo Diame.


DAILY MIRROR

Andy Carroll may have played his last game for West Ham after suffering another ankle injury.
•West Ham will make another approach for Celta Vigo forward Maxi Gomez. The Premier League side had an approach for the Uruguayan turned down in January.
•Ryan Giggs admits Gareth Bale could benefit from a break next week, but insists he can resurrect his Real Madrid career.


DAILY MAIL

Manchester City's payouts to survivors of sexual abuse are likely to range from £15,000 to £100,000 after the club decided to launch a redress compensation scheme for the victims of serial paedophile Barry Bennell.

INDEPENDENT

Manchester United will make a summer move for Borussia Dortmund's 18-year-old English winger Jadon Sancho. The Premier League club were also contacted by Barcelona over the possibility of signing Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho.
•The father of Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has accused the press in Spain and the 26-year-old's native country Belgium of bullying his son.


GUARDIAN

West Ham midfielder Declan Rice is expected to secure a debut England call-up for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against Czech Republic and Montenegro.


DAILY RECORD

Aberdeen loanee James Wilson will be on the lookout for a new club in the summer after Manchester United decided against triggering a 12-month option on his contract.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
14th March 2019


Paul Pogba's determination to now stay at Manchester United


DAILY MIRROR
Tottenham are resigned to losing Toby Alderweireld to Manchester United in the summer for just £26m.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has informed the Manchester United board he wants to strengthen the club in four key areas in the summer transfer window.
Real Madrid have made an approach to Mauro Icardi's representatives following Zinedine Zidane's surprise return to the Bernabeu.
Rafa Benitez will be ordered to sign younger players - if he pens a new deal at Newcastle. Also, the former Liverpool boss is likely to face a battle to make 29-year-old West Brom striker Salomon Rondon's loan permanent.
Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho has been linked with Manchester United but the German club's sporting director, Michael Zorc, says the 18-year-old England international will be playing with the Bundesliga outfit next season.
Slavisa Jokanovic is yet to hear from West Brom about the vacant managerial position. No formal talks are thought to have taken place.

THE SUN
Paul Pogba has told Manchester United he has no plans to quit in a sensational U-turn from just three months ago.
Tottenham face having to decide whether to sell Christian Eriksen this summer to avoid losing him for nothing next year.
Manchester United are planning a major £50m overhaul and expansion of their Carrington training base.
Manchester United are hoping to sign Sevilla striker Wissam Ben Yedder - whose goals knocked them out of last season's Champions League.
Real Madrid look set to beat Manchester United in the race for Porto defender Eder Militao's signature. The 21-year-old had been the subject of a rumoured £45m deal.
Claudio Ranieri could offer Chelsea outcast Danny Drinkwater a chance to resurrect his career at Roma.

DAILY MAIL
Leroy Sane's mother is obstructing progress on the winger's talks over a new Manchester City contract. She is West Germany's 1984 Olympic gymnastics bronze medallist Regina Weber.
David Luiz has revealed he is close to signing a new deal to extend his stay at Chelsea.
Jarrod Bowen admits he turned down January move to Cardiff after they wanted him to replace Emiliano Sala.
Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has "never said anything about Real Madrid", according to team-mate Willian. The Belgian international has been heavily linked with a move to the La Liga club.
Hull City's Jarrod Bowen rejected a £12m move to Cardiff City after the Bluebirds attempted to sign him when Emiliano Sala was missing, but not confirmed dead. The 22-year-old forward said the "whole situation was very uncomfortable".

DAILY TELEGRAPH
Leicester City paid a huge £9m compensation fee to raid Celtic for Brendan Rodgers and his backroom team.

THE TIMES
Paris St-Germain forward Neymar, could be banned for the first three group matches of next season's Champions League following the Brazil international's comments after his side's recent defeat by Manchester United.

THE SCOTTISH SUN
Oliver Burke was watching the racing at Cheltenham Festival on Wednesday when James Forrest told him he'd made Alex McCleish's Scotland squad.
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Friday's Newspapers:
15th March 2019



The Sun

•Manchester City will be slapped with a transfer ban for two windows within days.
•Real Madrid will kick off the bidding for Eden Hazard at £70m.
•Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has suffered a massive blow with Romelu Lukaku suffering a foot injury.
•Burnley are set to cash in on goalkeeper Nick Pope with Arsenal among the Premier League sides interested in a £10m move.
•Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has earmarked Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot as a summer transfer target.
•Arsenal youngster Bukayo Saka has been watched by Bundesliga scouts since early December.

Daily Mirror


•Manchester United and Tottenham were drawn together in UEFA's dummy run of Friday's Champions League draw, with Liverpool meeting Ajax and Manchester City facing Barcelona.
•Arsenal are ready to rival Leicester for Celtic defender Kieran Tierney with Unai Emery keen to strengthen at left-back.
•Newcastle forward Ayoze Perez admits he would be tempted to leave if a top club comes in for him to increase his chances of playing for Spain.
•Real Madrid will attempt to sign Liverpool target Nabil Fekir from Lyon after they completed a deal for Porto's Eder Militao.
•Gordon Banks will be honoured ahead of England's clash with Czech Republic at Wembley.



Daily Mail

•Tottenham will make moves to sign Jack Grealish, Jarrod Bowen, Carlos Soler and Aleksandar Mitrovic in the summer, with the money made from the expected sale of Christian Eriksen.
•Manchester United are yet to assure Ole Gunnar Solskjaer or his backroom staff of their futures at Old Trafford.
•Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho would like to see two all-English quarter-finals in the Champions League.
•Mick McCarthy has slammed the decision to name Declan Rice the FAI Young Player of the Year just weeks after he defected to play for England.

Daily Telegraph

•James Milner says it is time for Liverpool to 'get over the line' and ensure the Jurgen Klopp era is defined by winning trophies more than plaudits.
•Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland will seek a move to the Premier League this summer in an attempt to save his place with England.

The Guardian

•Watford forward Gerard Deulofeu has revealed his desire to play in one of the best teams in Europe, but respects the role he has at Vicarage Road.

Daily Record

•Paul Heckingbottom blasted "foolish" referee Steven McLean for phoning Steven Gerrard to apologise for a decision against Rangers.
•Ajax chief executive Edwin van der Sar has revealed he is working with Celtic to ensure both clubs are not cut out by Europe's wealthy elite.
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