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Wednesday's Newspapers:
14th April 2021



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Bayern Munich are confident they will land Erling Haaland next summer if he spends one more season at Borussia Dortmund.
Mike Ashley is closing the Newcastle United retail store and has made all of his staff redundant, informing them that the club's proposed new owners do not wish to keep them.
West Brom's bid to switch their game against Aston Villa was blocked by the Premier League because of their commitment to televise every match this season.
Premier League clubs are considering a boycott of social media next weekend.


daily mirror
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is being eyed by Tottenham amid uncertainty surrounding the future of Jose Mourinho.
William Saliba has been handed an encouraging boost over his Arsenal future by manager Mikel Arteta.


daily telegraph
Gini Wijnaldum has given Liverpool hope of him staying at Anfield beyond the summer when his contract expires.
Wolves are interested in signing Iceland prodigy Isak Bergmann Johannesson from IFK Norrkoping but are worried about getting a post-Brexit work permit.
Manchester United have sent scouts to watch AFC Wimbledon goalkeeper Matthew Cox.
Crystal Palace are yet to decide on whether there will be a change in the dugout next season after their longest consecutive run in the Premier League, but one manager catching the eye is Valerien Ismael at Barnsley.
Everton midfielder Mo Besic is a target for Reading this summer when his contract runs out at Goodison Park.
The Carabao Cup final has been engulfed by accusations of discrimination and poor treatment of fans as plans for the return of crowds were condemned by supporters' groups.
A fan zone for up to 12,500 supporters to watch England's Euro 2021 matches on outdoor screens is being planned for Trafalgar Square.
James Maddison, Ayoze Perez and Hamza Choudhury will train with their Leicester team-mates on Wednesday for the first time since breaching Covid regulations.


the sun
Manchester United are back on the trail of Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane.
Ashley Young is mulling over his future as he prepares to add a Serie A winner's medal to his collection with Inter Milan.
Jose Mourinho's row with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has killed off any lingering chances of Harry Kane moving to Manchester United this summer.
UEFA are set to partially scrap the away goals rule from next season. Under the new regulations poised to be agreed on Friday, away goals will only count extra up to the end of 90 minutes in the second leg.
Chelsea are reportedly willing to offer Hakim Ziyech to Sevilla in a player-plus-cash deal to bring Jules Kounde to Stamford Bridge.
Ex-Premier League referee Howard Webb has married his long-term girlfriend German VAR Bibiana Steinhaus.


the times
Everton have identified Norwich City's Max Aarons as an option at right-back and will look to haggle down his £30 million asking price.
Players from all English clubs could miss out on selection for the British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa because of the overlap between the Gallagher Premiership season and the Lions training camp.


the guardian
Team GB's athletes at the Olympic Games this summer will be powered by 45,000 teabags, more than 7,000 bags of crisps and nearly 8,000 porridge pots.


daily star
The representatives of Jesse Lingard have warned off on suggestions Manchester United may try and use the West Ham loanee as a makeweight in a deal to bring Declan Rice to Old Trafford.


daily record
Misfiring Celtic striker Patryk Klimala is on the verge of joining NY Red Bulls after the MLS outfit lodged a lucrative bid to the Hoops hierarchy for a permanent transfer for the £3.5million Polish frontman.
Scottish football chiefs are ready to demand crisis talks with the Scottish Government over fears season ticket sales will be crippled by coronavirus.
Ambitious Stephen Glass wants Bruce Anderson to sign a new contract and to fight for a place in his new-look Aberdeen frontline next season.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
15th April 2021


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Declan Rice sounded out Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw on what it is like at Manchester United while away with England, according to reports.
PSG are preparing an audacious player-swap move in a bid to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, according to reports.
William Saliba will reportedly be considered for the Arsenal first team next season after impressing during his loan spell at Nice.
Lucas Torreira looks set to stay at Arsenal with a move to Boca Juniors looking 'unlikely', according to reports in South America.
Yangel Herrera says it is his dream to play under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.
Red Star Belgrade have been punished for racist abuse aimed at Zlatan Ibrahimovic earlier this year.


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Mohamed Salah is reportedly concerned Liverpool may consider cashing in on him this summer after he flirted with a move away in recent months.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman urged Boris Johnson to intervene in the takeover of Newcastle by telling the Premier League to 'correct' its decision to block the deal.
Phil Foden was less than impressed following his heroics in Dortmund after a tweet was published on his official Twitter account without his approval.
Arsenal are unlikely to renew the contract of centre-back David Luiz this summer, according to reports.
Fulham have joined a number of teams interested in making a permanent move for Chelsea youngster Ike Ugbo.
The Lions and Premiership clubs remain at daggers drawn over player release for a pre-tour camp with a key meeting set for next week.


daily mirror
Luka Modric has encouraged Kylian Mbappe to join Real Madrid if the La Liga champions attempt a move for him in the summer transfer window.
Bernd Leno has opened the door to a departure from Arsenal, with contract talks yet to begin between the German and the Gunners.
Jesse Lingard is reportedly undecided on his Manchester United future, despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer launching a charm offensive.


daily express
Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo is being linked with an incredible return to Manchester United this summer.
Arsenal star Folarin Balogun rejected approaches from 15 clubs as he signs a new contract at the Gunners.
Chelsea transfer guru Marina Granovskaia is ready to put a host of first-team players up for sale in order to fund a move for Erling Haaland, reports suggest.


the times
Everton have identified Norwich City's Max Aarons as an option at right-back and will look to haggle down his £30m asking price.
Wimbledon has revealed that a new 8,000-seat show court and 38 additional grass courts are part of plans for the largest expansion in its history.


scottish sun
Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon is at the centre of a police probe over claims he was involved in an alleged cross-border Covid-breach.
Callum Davidson would love to keep on-loan Rangers winger Glenn Middleton for next season.
Patryk Klimala has jetted out to New York to complete his Red Bulls move.


daily record
Morton are bracing themselves to be hammered by the SFA after breaching Covid rules to play in a bounce match for trialists.
Leo Hjelde's dad has revealed the Celtic defender is being tracked by a number of clubs but is targeting a first-team breakthrough next term.


daily star
Chelsea are apparently willing to go all-out in order to sign Sevilla centre-back Jules Kounde, and will even offer them Hakim Ziyech in exchange.


the guardian
Lionel Messi has helped to obtain 50,000 Covid vaccines from China for an ambitious but controversial plan to inoculate all of South America's football players before this summer's Copa America tournament.
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16th April 2021


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Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has opened the door for Paris Saint-Germain to make a substantial bid for on-loan striker Moise Kean but the club have placed a £45m price tag on the Italy international.
Phil Foden has decided to part ways with the social media company that runs his Twitter account over a contentious message to Kylian Mbappe in the immediate aftermath of Manchester City's Champions League quarter-final triumph over Borussia Dortmund.
The £305m Saudi Arabia-backed bid to buy Newcastle United will be re-submitted if the club wins its arbitration case against the Premier League.


the sun
Manchester United are ready to step up their pursuit of Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic with the defender's transfer fee set at £38m this summer.
Barnsley have warned Crystal Palace off nicking boss Valerien Ismael this summer.
Harry Kane can be forgiven for considering his future at Tottenham with Manchester United claimed to be interested, according to Dimitar Berbatov.
Sead Kolasinac is willing to take a 50 per cent pay cut to make his loan move to Schalke permanent this summer, according to reports.


daily mail
The Premier League has shifted its calendar to allow each club to play in front of its own supporters - but no away fans will be admitted.
Europe's biggest clubs are expected to make a grab for greater control of the Champions League, when they hold crucial talks on Friday.
The attack on Real Madrid's team bus by Liverpool supporters only served to spur on the Spanish side, claims Federico Valverde.
Carlos Vinicius looks unlikely to return to Benfica next season, with a Premier League battle between Tottenham and Wolves brewing over his signature.
Lucas Torreira has continued to make his feelings clear to Arsenal that he is desperate to join Boca Juniors.
Footballers are paying as much as £4,000 a month to outsource their social media activity.
Watford are set to offer Ashley Young a shock return to the club - 14 years after he left Vicarage Road.
Mauricio Pochettino has promised Paris Saint-Germain fans he will 'fight' to keep hold of star man Kylian Mbappe amid strong interest from Real Madrid.


daily mirror
Netherlands boss Frank de Boer has told Virgil van Dijk to forget about playing in this summer's European Championships and instead focus on his Liverpool comeback.
Arsenal face losing Eddie Nketiah after convincing Folarin Balogun to sign a new deal at the Emirates.
Paul Pogba says Granada's players were trying to get him sent off during his fleeting appearance for Manchester United in the Europa League quarter-finals.


the times
Mo Farah and Dina Asher-Smith are expected to lead a strong British contingent at a Diamond League meeting in the North East next month after the event was switched from Morocco to Gateshead.


the guardian
Carlo Ancelotti has claimed a central midfielder and striker are not transfer priorities for Everton this summer because the club trust Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Paris Saint-Germain have yet to make a permanent move for Moise Kean.


daily star
Mino Raiola's demands for Erling Haaland have forced one Premier League side to "pull out" of a transfer.
Manchester United and Liverpool are among the club eyeing up a move for Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic, who brands himself the 'Serbian Zlatan Ibrahimovic'.


daily record
Scottish football is set for a huge Covid shot in the arm next month with padlocks set to come off the turnstiles in time to let fans in for the end-of-season top-flight playoffs.
Jubilant Stephen Glass has revealed Celtic were on the phone trying to keep Scott Brown when he was up signing his pre-contract.
Former Rangers boss Alex McLeish believes Celtic need to get the "wheels turning again" in their search to name Neil Lennon's permanent successor.


scottish sun
Cops probing claims Neil Lennon breached Covid rules with an alleged cross-border pub trip have said no English laws were broken.
Jim Goodwin has been given a three-match ban by the SFA after confronting ref Don Robertson.


daily express
Manchester United have held talks about a blockbuster deal for Erling Haaland with Mino Raiola, according to reports.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
17th April 2021



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Liverpool are ready to break the bank and sign Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele as a replacement for Sadio Mane, according to sensational reports from Spain.
Manchester City are ready to open talks with Phil Foden over a lucrative new contract to reflect his emergence as one of their most important players.
Yaya Toure has revealed that he wrote a letter of apology to Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola after comments he made in an interview following his final season at the Eithad.
Real Madrid have named Martin Odegaard as one of their untouchable players in the transfer market.


daily mail
Chelsea are interested in bringing in England international Jude Bellingham this summer in a mega-money deal from Borussia Dortmund, according to reports.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City are all chasing Inter Milan hot-shot Martin Satriano.
Tottenham have reportedly joined the race to sign Barcelona full-back Emerson this summer - but face competition from PSG and both Milan clubs.
Andre Silva's agent has confirmed that the Eintracht Frankfurt striker and rumoured Manchester United target doesn't have a release clause.
The undisputed heavyweight clash between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury is set to take place in Saudi Arabia this summer, according to reports.


the sun
Manchester United have reportedly made contact with Leicester City about signing Wesley Fofana.
Chelsea target Sergio Aguero is demanding £200,000-a-week wages from his next club, according to reports.
Lucas Torreira has again pleaded with Arsenal to let him join Boca Juniors and suggested the Gunners could sanction a one-year loan deal.
Shaun Wright-Phillips reckons that Phil Foden can become the most decorated English player of all time.
Joe Cole rolled back the years by turning up for non-league side Belstone FC at the weekend.
Aston Villa love Colin the Caterpillar cakes so much they create a 2ft version to celebrate players' birthdays.


daily express
Real Madrid are set to replace Raphael Varane in the summer transfer window with Jules Kounde if the France international moves to Manchester United in a £60m deal.
Tottenham are set to sit down with the representatives of Joachim Andersen in the next few weeks to discuss a potential transfer this summer.
RB Leipzig defender Ibrahima Konate has claimed that Liverpool are yet to contact him over the possibility of a summer move, despite continued reports linking him with an imminent switch to Anfield.


daily star
Pep Guardiola's multiple rejections of the Chelsea job appear to have taught Blues owner Roman Abramovich the value of patience with his club's managers.
Thomas Tuchel says he has considered asking his players to help decide who Chelsea should buy this summer.
Luis Suarez could reportedly make a sensational return to Liverpool this summer.


scottish sun
Former Celtic keeper Fraser Forster has broken the silence on his decision to leave Parkhead, claiming he wanted to fight for the number one jersey at Southampton.
Scott Brown and Leigh Griffiths are no big loss to Celtic, insists ex-boss John Barnes.
Teenage prospect Harry Cochrane is to leave Hearts in the summer after turning down a new deal.


daily record
Dundee United manager Micky Mellon is confident midfielder Peter Pawlett will reject a move to St Johnstone and stay at Tannadice.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
18th April 2021


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Paul Pogba is demanding a whopping £500,000-per week to sign a new deal at Manchester United.
Raheem Sterling is back on Real Madrid's transfer radar.
Manchester City have reportedly been told Jack Grealish has a release clause in his Aston Villa contract.
RB Leipzig defender Ibrahima Konate has revealed that Liverpool have not contacted him about a potential move to Anfield this summer.


mail on sunday
Premier League clubs are set to launch a social media blackout at the start of next month as part of a war against online racism.
England is in a showdown with Russia for extra Euro 2020 games, with UEFA set to announce on Monday that Dublin will not be a host city for the delayed European Championships this summer.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has praised Folarin Balogun's 'unique' qualities with the striker on the brink of a new deal with the club.


sunday mirror
Gini Wijnaldum is still planning to join Barcelona in the summer because he wants to play alongside Lionel Messi - and Dutch team-mate Memphis Depay.
Paul Pogba's contract saga is set to be played out in front of the TV cameras after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted he has no problem with Amazon's potentially explosive documentary series about the Manchester United midfielder.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hailed Manchester United's Mason Greenwood as a natural No.9.
The Chelsea dressing room were reportedly left shocked by Thomas Tuchel's decision to leave Tammy Abraham out of his 20-man squad to take on Manchester City in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final.
Mike Ashley and Newcastle supporters are set for further takeover disappointment after the Amanda Staveley-led consortium which wanted to buy the Toon turned its attentions to Inter Milan.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta has confirmed that Lionel Messi's contract talks are "progressing".


the sun on sunday
Manchester United are on the trail of Metz teen sensation Pape Sarr.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho expects to learn tomorrow whether Harry Kane has any hope of playing in the Carabao Cup final.
Tottenham are interested in signing Barcelona defender Emerson, according to reports.
Eden Hazard is ready to return for Real Madrid ahead of an emotional Chelsea reunion in the Champions League semi-final.
Leeds have joined the chase for Ajax left-back Nicolas Tagliafico.
Wayne Rooney is having a luxury whisky and cigar room built into his £20m mansion.


sunday express
The powers that be at Tottenham are not expecting Jose Mourinho to remain in charge beyond the end of the current season, according to reports.
Inter Milan defender Achraf Hakimi appears to have poured cold water on the possibility of a summer move to Arsenal.


sunday telegraph
The schedule for this summer's British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa is set to change, with the first Test in the three-match series now taking place in Cape Town before the final two Tests are held at altitude in Johannesburg.


the observer
Warren Gatland has revealed that Andy Farrell - his key lieutenant on the two previous British & Irish Lions tours - could still be added to the coaching staff for this summer's trip to South Africa.


sunday mail
Connor Goldson is set to commit his long-term future to Rangers by signing a contract extension early next week.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard insists Scott Brown will be missed in the heat of derby battle when he leaves Celtic in the summer.


scottish sun
Leeds hope to make it third time lucky with a £15m move for Ryan Kent.
Rangers hero Glen Kamara has launched a management consultancy business named in honour of his club's historic 55th league title.
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Monday's Newspapers:
19th April 2021



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Thomas Tuchel has opened the door to extending his Chelsea contract as he approaches the final 12 months of his deal.
Kevin De Bruyne fears he has suffered ankle ligament damage after hobbling out of Manchester City's FA Cup semi-final defeat.
Sheffield United are plotting a 'Norwich approach' to promotion next season after Wolves confirmed their fall back to the Championship.
While fans have to wait until the final two matches of the season to return in limited numbers to Premier League matches, the same cannot be said of directors.
At the start of the season, Premier League press officers set up a WhatsApp group to improve communication between the media departments but the relegated sides now face being kicked out.
Eyebrows have been raised ahead of UEFA's 45th Ordinary Congress over the decision to hold it in person, in Montreux, Switzerland despite the need for cross-border travel during the pandemic.


daily mirror
Jurgen Klopp has admitted that he still doesn't know when skipper Jordan Henderson will be back in training.
Arsenal star Alexandre Lacazette was forced out of his team's 1-1 draw with Fulham after sustaining an apparent hamstring injury.
Eden Hazard is "ready" to take on Chelsea in the Champions League, according to Zinedine Zidane.
Steve Bruce wants to sign Arsenal loanee and match winner Joe Willock for Newcastle permanently.


daily express
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has been impressed with Joe Willock's form during his loan spell at Newcastle United.
Alexandre Lacazette has insisted that his immediate future is in Arsenal's hands as speculation grows over a summer move away from the Emirates Stadium.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was 'very close' with Erling Haaland during their time at Molde, it has been claimed.
Manchester United are looking increasingly likely to go after West Ham star Declan Rice this summer.
Tottenham don't have Maurizio Sarri in mind to replace Jose Mourinho, reports say.


daily star
Manchester United could reportedly meet the release clause of Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez to help bolster their midfield.


the sun
Barcelona are set for crunch talks over Lionel Messi's contract situation after the player's father landed in the city.


scottish sun
Roy Keane fears he has been overlooked for the Celtic job - despite talks with the Scottish giants.
Neil Lennon's agent has hit out at those who filmed the ex-Celtic boss in a pub.
Morecambe boss Derek Adams insists he is relaxed about Rangers' interest in exciting prospect Carlos Mendes Gomes.
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20th April 2021


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Ed Woodward held an emergency briefing with 'seriously unimpressed' Manchester United players at Carrington on Monday morning.
Fans have swiftly and fiercely voiced their anger at the European Super League stink - with the Chelsea Supporters' Trust branding the plan the 'ultimate betrayal'.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has vowed the Government will use every tool at their disposal to kill the rebel European Super League.
Tottenham have made Red Bull Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann their preferred candidate to replace sacked Jose Mourinho.
The big six clubs could be blocked from signing foreign players amid the push to join the European Super League.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel admits it might be impossible to prevent his players from being distracted by the furore surrounding a possible European Super League.
Manchester United legend Eric Cantona says the views of supporters should have been taken into account before the European Super League was revealed.


the sun
Jose Mourinho was axed as Tottenham boss after a players' revolt.
Crystal Palace have reportedly placed Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira on their shortlist to succeed Roy Hodgson if the veteran manager leaves Selhurst Park this summer.
A number of angry clubs reportedly want the six European Super League breakaway sides to be kicked out of the Premier League immediately.
Gareth Southgate is concerned that a breakaway European Super League could ruin his England plans.
Chelsea have stepped up their interest in Bayern Munich defender Niklas Sule, according to reports.
Eric Bailly is poised to be offered a way out of Manchester United by former Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini.


daily telegraph
Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City were in danger of being thrown out of the Champions League and Europa League semi-finals on Monday night as football authorities, fans and the Government declared war on the European Super League.
Jose Mourinho was sacked by Tottenham Hotspur following chairman Daniel Levy's decision to accelerate the appointment of a new manager - prompted by the interest in young German coach Julian Nagelsmann from perennial Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.
Jose Mourinho's sacking by Tottenham Hotspur means he has now earned £77.5m from losing managerial jobs during his career - more than £60m of which has come from English clubs.


daily express
Chelsea are poised to make a summer move for Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane.


daily mirror
Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke was reportedly absent from showdown talks between Arsenal players and the club's hierarchy over controversial plans to join a European Super League.
Edinson Cavani has informed Manchester United chiefs he will be leaving this summer, according to multiple reports in South America.


daily record
Robbie Neilson has admitted top six is the initial target for Hearts on their return to the Premiership as he takes the walk-before-you-can-run approach.
Luton Town want to make a summer swoop for Motherwell midfielder Allan Campbell.
St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson has confirmed he was turned down by Rangers when attempting a January swoop for Nathan Patterson.
SFA bosses are confident star trio Andy Robertson, Kieran Tierney and Scott McTominay will be cleared to play in the Euros this summer - despite a threat from UEFA to have them banned from the tournament as part of football's raging civil war.


scottish sun
Celtic target Eddie Howe has joined the chorus of condemnation towards the breakaway European Super League.


the independent
Sir Keir Starmer has called on the government to introduce legislation to block English clubs' involvement in the European Super League, and even prise ownership from the current "Big Six" hierarchies so they have less control, stating there would be cross-party support.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
21st April 2021


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Tottenham have reportedly made an approach for Maurizio Sarri as they go on the lookout for a new manager following the sacking of Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United's stock market value plunged by around £150m as plans for a European Super League crumbled.


the sun
Manchester United and Liverpool have entered the race to sign Sevilla forward Youssef En-Nesyri this summer, according to reports.
Hector Bellerin is edging towards a summer move to Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports.
Mohamed Salah has received some relief from Liverpool's struggles - by being appointed Egypt's permanent captain.
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck ultimately led the Blues' exit from the European Super League but it was Roman Abramovich's anger that brought the whole house of cards down.


daily mirror
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has confirmed he will be leaving Twitter as the outrage surrounding the European Super League takes over the social media site.
Kylian Mbappe has reportedly started searching for a house in Madrid as speculation he could leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer intensifies.


daily express
Arsenal are set to battle Premier League rivals Leicester City for the signing of exciting Empoli midfielder Samuele Ricci, according to reports.
Tottenham's decision to part ways with Jose Mourinho was made due to fears that up to 10 players would look to leave the club, it has been reported.


daily star
Conor McGregor has cheekily hinted at buying Manchester United following Ed Woodward's stunning resignation.


the guardian
Women's sport could generate more than £1bn per year by 2030, and increasing the visibility of female athletes and teams is key to unlocking the huge sum.
Schalke have been relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in 33 years after losing 1-0 to fellow strugglers Arminia Bielefeld on Tuesday.


daily telegraph
Jack Nowell could be in line for a Lions call-up following his comeback from injury at the weekend.


scottish sun
John Kennedy has revealed for the first time he could leave Celtic this summer.
Rangers will have to wait to discover the outcome of the SFA hearing for the Covid Five.


daily record
John Kennedy has revealed he's set for a first face-to-face meeting with Celtic's new chief executive Dominic McKay before the end of the week - but insists he won't treat it as an interview for the manager's job.


the independent
Former Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger has said he is "not surprised" to see The Super League falling apart.


the times
Pat Lam has warned that the Gallagher Premiership must learn from the outcry generated by football's proposed European Super League if it wants to ring-fence the competition permanently.
UK Athletics is ready to take legal action against the London Stadium over a breach of contract if it refuses to pay the £3m bill for moving the seats required to host the Anniversary Games on July 13.
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Thursday's Newspapers:
22nd April 2021



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Bruno Fernandes will commit his future to Manchester United by signing a new contract - but only if Paul Pogba does the same.
Rangers and Celtic are wanted to join a British League - as part of the fall-out of the failed Euro breakaway plot.
Mark Warburton is close to agreeing an improved new deal as a reward for reviving QPR this season.


daily telegraph
Ed Woodward resigned as executive vice-chairman of Manchester United partly because he had serious misgivings over the controversial proposals for a European Super League.
Jose Mourinho stayed at Tottenham's training ground hours after he was sacked and told "home truths" during a series of talks with players.
Boris Johnson forced the collapse of the Super League because he feared it would undermine Brexit, one of the key plotters behind the doomed competition Andrea Agnelli has suggested.
Manchester United, Liverpool and the other Super League plotters are in danger of being stripped of their right to enter the revamped Champions League through the back door.


the times
Boris Johnson's most trusted aide told the United Arab Emirates Manchester City's participation in the European Super League would damage the country's relationship with the UK.
The government is pressing ahead with a review of football's structures including the possibility of fan ownership of England's top clubs despite the rapid collapse of the European Super League.
Manchester United and Liverpool are in discussions to play each other in two pre-season friendly matches, which would help with preparations for the return of fans to Premier League games next season.
Fernandinho described the collapse of the European Super League as a victory for football after helping his side defeat Aston Villa.


the independent
The Premier League's 'other 14' will seek to re-examine existing deals and rules loaded towards the 'Big Six', with that currently seen as preferable to sanctioning clubs and staff that had nothing to do with the Super League breakaway.


the guardian
The 12 clubs who instigated the breakaway European Super League are not expected to be directly punished by UEFA but could be hit by changes to the new Champions League format that would remove the proposal to award places based on historical performances.
A sustainability rating agency has downgraded JP Morgan Chase after the US bank was revealed to be funding the failed European Super League (ESL) breakaway attempt.


daily mail
The 'Big Six' rebels have lost tens of millions between them, around £8m each, in their disastrous attempts to set up a European Super League.
The FA is working with its German counterparts to block proposals for larger squads at this summer's Euros.
Conspirator clubs were signing up to UEFA's Champions League plans at the same time their lawyers were filing for a trademark to enshrine the European Super League in law.
Football is braced for a weekend of protest in the wake of the torpedoed European Super League.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is said to be 'furious' and concerned for his legacy after being 'blindsided' by the backlash at the club's willingness to take part in the axed European Super League.
Covid-19 passports are set to be trialled at sports events under government plans to ramp up attendances in time for Euro 2020 and the great summer of sport.
Tottenham have already made contact with Athletic Bilbao manager Marcelino as Daniel Levy continues his search for Jose Mourinho's replacement, according to reports.
Former Leicester City and Everton chief Steve Walsh has had his Premier League, Championship and League One winner's medals stolen.
Wolves have begun the process of identifying candidates to replace Nuno Espirito Santo in the event that their manager walks away this summer.
Thomas Tuchel says he understands why Tammy Abraham is feeling "worried" and "angry" about his situation at Chelsea.
UEFA has written to the Football Association thanking the English game for playing a powerful role in bringing down the European Super League.
Following the quick death of the European Super League, Juventus, AC Milan and Inter - along with many other Serie A clubs - will have to undergo a major restructuring to solve their current financial mess.


daily mirror
Arsenal CEO Vinai Venkatesham has reportedly spent Wednesday phoning Premier League chiefs to apologise for his club's actions with regards to the failed European Super League.
Liverpool owner John Henry and his FSG parent company are facing calls to go from fans, despite his humbled apology over the European Super League fiasco.
Arsenal fans are planning a protest against owner Stan Kroenke ahead of their Premier League game against Everton on Friday night.


daily star
Ed Woodward had to quit Manchester United after turning on the Glazers by refusing to back their European Super League proposals.
The Premier League's 'Big Six' could avoid all punishment for their brief European Super League stint after pulling out of plans late on Tuesday evening.


daily express
Manchester United remain keen on signing Raphael Varane and the Real Madrid defender has reportedly made his stance clear on a potential move.


daily record
Craig Gordon has tipped Allan McGregor for Player of the Year and admits he has tried to tempt the Rangers keeper out of international retirement for the Euros.
Kilmarnock are keen on Northern Ireland international Shayne Lavery - but Motherwell are also in the hunt.


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There will be no Scottish referees at Euro 2020 after Uefa released their final list of whistlers for the tournament.
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Friday's Newspapers:
23rd April 2021



the times
The Premier League is set to change its rules to ensure that no member club will ever be able to join a breakaway European league again.
Wimbledon will require some of its staff to stay in Covid-secure accommodation for up to four weeks this summer as part of a biosecure bubble to prevent the spread of the virus among players and coaches.


the sun
Harry Kane is winning the race to be fit for Tottenham's huge EFL Cup final showdown with Manchester City.
Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told anti-Glazer protestors to leave the club's Carrington HQ so they would 'not disrupt training'.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer enraged a group of Manchester United protestors by claiming hated owner Joel Glazer 'loves this club'.
West Ham have taken highly-rated Portsmouth youngster Charlie Bell on trial in a bid to beat a string of clubs to his signature.
James Ward-Prowse feels football's image has been tarnished by the European Super League saga.
Wolves are plotting a summer transfer swoop for Porto defender Zaidu Sanusi.
Willian has outlined his hopes of playing in the United States once he has secured silverware with Arsenal.
Arsenal are reportedly in competition with Leicester in the race to sign Empoli starlet Samuele Ricci in the summer.


daily telegraph
The Premier League is set to introduce changes to its rulebook which would prevent any future breakaways by the 'Big Six' rebel clubs.
England's European Championship adventure could be played almost entirely at Wembley after the Super League fiasco killed Tottenham Hotspur's bid to host extra matches.
The Football Association are set to review security for this weekend's Carabao Cup final after European Super League protests escalated on Thursday with Manchester United fans storming the club's training ground.
The Duke of Cambridge took it upon himself to help torpedo the European Super League, having struck up a rapport with the current head of the Football Association.
The Lions' offer of compensation for the call-up of Premiership stars has been labelled as "derisory" with the parties still at loggerheads just two weeks before Warren Gatland announces his squad.


daily mail
Premier League clubs have raised concerns that they will be unable to stage matches when fans return.
Manchester United stars were shocked at how easily angry fans were able to breach security at their Carrington training base before confronting manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Thursday.
Harry Kane moved a step closer to proving his fitness for the Carabao Cup Final by returning to outdoor training on Thursday.
England players face being unable to see their families for up to six weeks if they enjoy a lengthy run at the European Championships.
Real Madrid's participation in this season's Champions League is in jeopardy with reports that UEFA want to expel them from the competition after their role in the botched European Super League.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta revealed plans for the European Super League to LaLiga boss Javier Tebas at a celebratory lunch last Thursday, according to reports.


the independent
Boris Johnson met with Ed Woodward, executive vice-chairman of Manchester United, in Downing Street days before the launch of the ill-fated European Super League.
Clubs that abandoned the European Super League are unlikely to face heavy financial penalties, as there is "no appetite for any legal battles" within the body.
French side Girondins de Bordeaux have been placed in administration after owners, investment management firm King Street, said they no longer wished to support the club financially, the Ligue 1 side said on Thursday.


the guardian
A fan-led review into the governance of football after the collapse of the European Super League plan will look into whether the current owners' and directors' test is fit for purpose and if there is a need to introduce an independent football regulator, the government has confirmed.


daily express
Steven Gerrard has been tipped to become Jose Mourinho's permanent replacement at Tottenham but Rangers are confident the Liverpool icon won't be lured away, according to reports.
Manchester United football director John Murtough is safe at Old Trafford and won't be leaving the club.
Roberto Martinez has reportedly thrown his name into the hat to replace Jose Mourinho as Tottenham manager this summer.


daily mirror
Manchester United fans are planning further protests after a group of fans stormed the training ground and confronted boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.


daily record
Celtic's David Turnbull is facing an Old Firm sweat as he waits to discover if he'll be dragged up in front of the Hampden beaks for his swipe at Dylan McGeouch.
Derek McInnes has revealed he has already fielded an offer to return to management - but is happy to take some time out and wait for the right opportunity.


scottish sun
Rangers securing an early deal for Scott Wright was a masterstroke, says ex-Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes.
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