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Sunday's Newspapers:
31st May 2020



THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
Arsenal are considering making a contract offer to David Luiz on reduced terms to his current deal.
Brighton, West Ham, Watford, Bournemouth, Aston Villa and Norwich will resist the points-per-game method for settling the Premier League season if it cannot finish.
A police and crime commissioner has called on Mark Roberts, Britain's most senior football police officer, to make public his evidence for moving Premier League matches to neutral venues.
Premier League clubs are pushing for the transfer window to be kept open until October to maximise time to do business for players.



THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
Bournemouth are considering putting a message to key workers on the front of their shirt for the remainder of the Premier League season.
Jan Vertonghen has emerged as a target for a host of Italian clubs ahead of a likely departure from Tottenham when his contract expires in June.



THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Ousmane Dembele is Liverpool's * top back-up option if they miss out on Timo Werner.
Arsenal forward Alexandre Lacazette is not interested in joining Antonio Conte's Inter Milan as a replacement for Lautaro Martinez.
Chelsea have held initial talks with Porto winger Jesus Corona over a summer move, according to his agent.



SUNDAY EXPRESS
Chelsea could snap up Philippe Coutinho on loan as Barcelona face up to the possibility of not being able to sell the Brazilian this summer.
Chelsea have been offered three Juventus players by Maurizio Sarri as the Italian seeks a reunion with Jorginho this summer.


THE OBSERVER
Premier League clubs have been told games will still go ahead once the season restarts even if they are down to only 15 fit players.


DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY
Ex-Manchester United star Dimitar Berbatov feels bringing in Philippe Coutinho would be a waste given how Bruno Fernandes is superior and doing the same job already at Old Trafford.


SUNDAY MIRROR
Plans are being explored for 10,000 fans from each club that reaches the FA Cup final to attend the English domestic season's showpiece game.
Ronald Koeman has revealed how he almost became collateral damage in the fight against the coronavirus.
David Luiz will have to take a £38,0000-a-week pay-cut to secure his dream move back to Benfica.
Odion Ighalo's hopes of extending his stay at Manchester United could hinge on the Chinese Super League's restart date.
Swansea wanted Alphonso Davies in a £3m transfer three years ago but the £100m-rated wonderkid couldn't get a work permit at the time.
Premier League clubs are set to be allowed to play their normal walkout music and use their regular stadium announcers if they are forced to play home matches at neutral venues when football resumes.
Massimiliano Allegri is preparing to take on his first managerial role outside of Italy, according to Cagliari president Tommaso Giulini.


SUNDAY MAIL
Celtic have revealed Jozo Simunovic will leave the club in the summer after deciding against activating the option they have on his contract.
Clyde have become the latest in a raft of SPFL League One and Two clubs to indicate they won't vote for the league reconstruction proposal put forward by Hearts owner Ann Budge.

Manchester United are open to the idea of French midfielder Adrien Rabiot, 25, being included in a swap deal with Juventus for his compatriot, 27-year-old midfielder Paul Pogba. (Calciomercato - via Express)

Meanwhile, Manchester United are continuing negotiations with Shanghai Shenhua over a loan extension until January 2021 for 30-year-old Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo. (Goal)

Former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov has urged the club not to sign 27-year-old former Liverpool and current Bayern Munich and Brazil midfielder Philippe Coutinho this summer. (Mirror)

Chelsea are closing in on a loan deal for Coutinho. (Star)

Chelsea lead a number of top clubs in the chase for Juventus and Italy winger Federico Bernardeschi, 26. (Gazzetta dello Sport - via Express)

Arsenal's Brazilian defender David Luiz, 33, will need to take a pay cut to join his former club Benfica. (Mirror)

Arsenal's Uruguay midfielder Lucas Torreira, 24, 'dreams' of a transfer to Boca Juniors amid uncertainty over his future. (Fox Sports Argentina, via Evening Standard)

French forward Alexandre Lacazette, 29, has no interest in joining Inter Milan despite being linked with a move away from Arsenal. (Football.London)

Bournemouth are trying to tie winger Ryan Fraser down to a contract that will allow him to end the season at the club. The 26-year-old Englishman will become a free agent when his deal ends in June and is linked with Arsenal, Tottenham, Newcastle, Watford and Crystal Palace. (Mail)


Inter Milan have inserted an 'anti-Juventus' clause in their deal with Paris St-Germain for Argentine striker Mauro Icardi, 27, with the French club subjected to a £13m fee if they sell him to the 'Old Lady'. (Goal)

Manchester United remain confident that they will sign forward Jadon Sancho, 20, before next season, despite Borussia Dortmund's attempts to tie the Englishman down to a new contract. (90min)

Stoke City and Preston North End are on alert after Celtic failed to give a new contract to 32-year-old Irish winger Jonny Hayes. (Mail)

Bayern Munich's Canadian left-back Alphonso Davies, 19, has revealed he nearly joined Swansea but the move fell through when he could not obtain a work permit. (Sun)

Middlesbrough are ready to cash in on 22-year-old English centre-back Dael Fry, this summer, but the Championship strugglers want about £20m for their academy graduate. (90min)
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Monday's Newspapers:
1st June 2020


Man Utd lead the race for Bayern Leverkusen star Kai Havertz but fail to keep Odion Ighalo.


THE SUN

Manchester United are leading the race to sign £50m Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plots a double transfer swoop along with securing the services of Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho
Manchester United have failed to agree a loan extension for Odion Ighalo.
Premier League clubs will discuss proposals for the introduction of official water breaks this week.
Arsenal initially wanted Manchester United's Anthony Martial in return for Alexis Sanchez but had to settle for Henrik Mkhitaryan instead, it has been revealed.
Bayern Munich have again risked the wrath of Manchester City by reigniting their public pursuit of Leroy Sane.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

Any player who tests positive for coronavirus later this week faces missing the Premier League's big restart, with the minimum period being two weeks for returning to group training.
Brighton are making an ambitious bid to trademark the word 'Albion' in a move designed to protect supporters against fake merchandise.


DAILY MAIL

West Ham are holding training sessions at the London Stadium as manager David Moyes gets his players used to playing in front of no supporters.
Premier League clubs will be asked to approve the broadcast of crowd noise from the FIFA 20 video game at their next meeting on Thursday.
Referees and assistants are being given refresher courses on Zoom by the PGMOL amid concern of rustiness once the Premier League season restarts on June 17.
A number of Premier League clubs face a race against time to ensure their stadiums comply with new biosecure regulations being considered by top-flight officials.
Lille have already received multiple offers for striker Victor Osimhen this summer but it will take a fee close to the £72m Arsenal paid for Nicolas Pepe last summer to land him, insists owner Gerard Lopez.



THE TIMES

Sport in Britain is to receive a significant boost from the government with quarantine rules set to be relaxed for football clubs involved in European competitions, and Formula One teams.
Premier League clubs are planning to stage practice matches at their own empty stadiums to prepare their players for games behind closed doors.


DAILY MIRROR

Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, Wolves and Rangers could yet play home European games this season as a result of the government's relaxing of quarantine rules for elite sport.
Real Madrid reportedly tried to enlist Sergio Ramos to help sign Harvey Elliott last summer, but the Liverpool fan didn't want to meet the man who injured Mohamed Salah.



SCOTTISH SUN

Lazio could try to tempt Aaron Hickey to Serie A - after watching him before lockdown.
Oliver Bozanic and Steven MacLean will lead a 15-player exodus at Hearts.
Kelty Hearts and Brora Rangers might still realise their SPFL dream - even if reconstruction doesn't help them get there.
DAILY RECORD

James Anderson is renowned as an investor with the Midas touch and now he wants to gold plate the future for cash strapped Scottish football.
Dundee United sporting director Tony Ashgar admits they'll "have to look at" any bids for Lawrence Shankland this summer.

Bayern Munich want to sign Manchester City and Germany winger Leroy Sane, 24, and compatriot Kai Havertz, 20, from Bayer Leverkusen as part of "a new era" at the club, says their deputy chairman. (Bayern 1, via Evening Standard)

Chelsea lead Paris St-Germain to sign Porto's Brazilian left-back Alex Telles, 27. (Tuttosport via Express)

Lille have received multiple offers for striker Victor Osimhen. Tottenham, Liverpool and Arsenal are among the clubs interested in the Nigerian, 21. (Mail)

RB Leipzig striker and Liverpool* target Tino Werner has made a clear decision on his future in transfer talks, says Inter Milan sporting director Piero Ausilio. Ausiollo said the German 24, "would not come to us". (Daily Star)

Arsenal are the favourites to sign Napoli and Poli striker Arkadiusz Milik, 26, but face competition from Juventus.(La Repubblica via Daily Star)

Manchester United believe agent Mino Raiola is the only person who wants Paul Pogba to leave the club in the summer. France midfielder Pogba, 27, has been linked with Real Madrid and Juventus.(Times - subscription required)

Rennes have ruled out selling Liverpool* and Real Madrid target Eduardo Camavinga this summer. The midfielder, 17, has also been linked with Manchester United. (RTL via Evening Standard)

Liverpool* midfielder Harvey Elliott turned down the chance to join Real Madrid. The Englishman, 17, was invited to meet Sergio Ramos in an attempt to get him to join. (The Athletic - subscription required)

Barcelona will seek a £9m loan fee from any Premier League club for Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho. The 27-year-old has an asking price of £71m. (Mundo Deportivo via Mirror)

Atletico Madrid midfielder and Manchester United target Saul Niguez says he will "announce a new club" in three days. The Spaniard, 25, has a £130m release clause in his contract. (Manchester Evening News)

Everton are expected to recall Danish goalkeeper Jonas Lossl, 31, at the end of his loan spell at Championship side Huddersfield Town. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Celtic are considering signing Manchester City and Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, 37. (Times - in Spanish)

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says he will ********* the club's squad during the summer transfer window. (Mail)

Inter Milan say they want to keep on-loan Manchester United striker Alexis Sanchez beyond 30 June. The Chilean, 31, is contracted to the Serie A side until the end of the season. (Sky Sports Italia via Talksport)

Brighton are hoping to team up with West Brom and Burton and trademark the word 'Albion' to protect fans from fake merchandise. (Telegraph - subscription required)


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Tuesday's Newspapers:
2nd June 2020


DAILY MAIL
The Premier League are facing dissent from several clubs over a number of proposed rule changes for the resumption of the season.
The Premier League have told their clubs they are hoping that no more than four matches will be held at neutral venues - and have acknowledged Liverpool* may well win the title at Anfield.
Manchester United will pay £10.5m to keep Odion Ighalo until January with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side to pick up just under half of his £300,000-a-week wages.
Ex-Liverpoo *l attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho is 'definitely' interested in a return to the Premier League at some point, according to the Brazil international's agent Kia Joorabchian.
Chelsea have submitted a formal proposal to increase the maximum number of subs permitted on the bench from seven to nine for the remainder of the season.


THE MIRROR
Premier League stars may have to get changed in Portakabins as part of new safety protocols.
Arsenal are ready to offer David Luiz a new one-year extension - but it could be on reduced terms.
Real Madrid have rejected the chance to sign Brazilian star Willian on a free transfer.
Liverpool * have agreed loan extensions with Bournemouth and Swansea for Harry Wilson and Rhian Brewster respectively.
Real Madrid will not play their remaining La Liga home games at the Santiago Bernabeu and will instead finish the 2019-20 campaign at their training complex.


DAILY TELEGRAPH
Premier League clubs will discuss whether managers can change their 25-man squads when the season resumes.
EFL players with expiring contracts have been warned clubs may trick them into short-term extensions with the promise of a new deal.


DAILY STAR
England boss Gareth Southgate will ban himself from going to games when the Premier League season resumes.

THE SUN
Timo Werner's move to Liverpool is a step closer after his RB Leipzig manager conceded defeat in the fight to keep him.
Football stars throughout the English game face the prospect of being asked to take mass pay cuts next season.

DAILY RECORD
Hearts face the agony of having their fate sealed by email this week - despite Tynecastle backer James Anderson confirming he is willing to plough millions into clubs all over the country.


THE SCOTTISH SUN
Celtic stopper Kristoffer Ajer has binned his long-term agent - as AC Milan continue to track him.
Kilmarnock duo Jamie MacDonald and Ally Taylor have rejected new deals and will leave Rugby Park.


Six-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi, 32, will stay at Barcelona next season after a clause allowing the Argentina striker to leave the club for free this summer expired (London Evening Standard)
Liverpool * are in discussions to extend the loan deals of Harry Wilson at Bournemouth and English striker Rhian Brewster at Swansea until the end of the season (Daily Telegraph)
Chelsea are considering switching their attentions to signing RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner if the Germany international indicates a willingness to move (ESPN)

Chelsea are considering switching their attentions to signing RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner, 24, if the Germany international indicates a willingness to move. (ESPN)

Six-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi, 32, will stay at Barcelona next season after a clause allowing the Argentina striker to leave the club for free this summer expired. (Standard)

Real Madrid have rejected the chance to sign Chelsea winger Willian, 31, on a free transfer. The Brazil international's contract at Stamford Bridge expires this summer. (Mirror)

Manchester United will pay £10.5m for extending 30-year-old Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo's loan deal until January - a £6m fee going to Shanghai Shenhua and £130,000-a-week in wages. (Mail)

Liverpool * are in discussions to extend the loan deals of 23-year-old Welsh midfielder Harry Wilson at Bournemouth and English striker Rhian Brewster, 20, at Swansea until the end of the season. (Telegraph)

Arsenal are ready to offer Brazilian defender David Luiz, 33, a new one year contract but reducing his current £130,000-a-week deal. (Mirror)

England manager Gareth Southgate will not attend Premier League matches when the season resumes as he feels his presence is not essential at stadiums. (Star)

Premier League clubs will discuss the possibility of in-game TV interviews with managers and coaches during breaks in play in a meeting on Thursday. (Express)

Chelsea have submitted a proposal to the Premier League to increase the maximum number of substitutes permitted on the bench from seven to nine for the remainder of the season. (Mail)
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
3rd June 2020


THE SUN
Arsenal will keep Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang until the end of his contract if they cannot get more than £20m for the striker.
Promotion-chasing Preston face putting a handful of players into self-isolation in the build-up to the Championship restart after positive Covid-19 tests.
Jurgen Klopp has promised Liverpool will hold a title parade, no matter how long they have to wait for it.
Olivier Giroud admits his body is feeling the strain of training coronavirus-style.

DAILY MAIL
Burnley manager Sean Dyche is unhappy with the club over their reluctance to extend the contracts of several senior players whose deals expire this month.
Real Madrid have entered the race for Manchester United and Chelsea target Jadon Sancho, according to reports.
Liverpool's final game of the season at Newcastle could be moved to a neutral venue due to fears over home fans gathering to celebrate the end of Mike Ashley's ownership.
Lazio's sporting director has revealed the club will be willing to listen to offers for midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic when the transfer market opens.
Slow-motion VAR replays during football matches do not impact a referee's decision by making incidents appear more intentional, a new report claims.


THE GUARDIAN
Jurgen Klopp has told his Liverpool players to wear masks and gloves when outside during the coronavirus lockdown.
Everton are hopeful of staging the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park when the Premier League season restarts after requesting a meeting of the local safety advisory group.



DAILY STAR
Manchester City vs Liverpool and West Ham vs Chelsea are to be moved to midweek due to the FA Cup.
Tottenham have again been offered the chance to sign £18m-rated Inter Milan midfielder Matias Vecino.
Manchester United defender Axel Tuanzebe is set to reject a move abroad to fight for his place.
Striker Andy Carroll is in line for a key role when Newcastle resume their Premier League campaign against Sheffield United at St James' Park later this month.

DAILY MIRROR
Real Salt Lake defender Nedum Onuoha admits he fears for his life in the USA.
Premier League clubs have been warned to clamp down on spitting.

DAILY EXPRESS
The EFL will not allow players who run out of contract this month to play for any potential new clubs this season.
Five Barcelona players and two members of the coaching staff tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of a return to training but have now fully recovered.

Chelsea have made Leicester full-back Ben Chilwell, 23, one of their main transfer targets but the England international could cost up to £85m. (Athletic - subscription required)

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has spoken to the agent of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, 27, saying he is still interested in signing the France World Cup winner. (Le 10 Sport - in French)

Manchester United have identified Velez Sarsfield's Argentine winger Thiago Almada, 19, as a possible transfer alternative to Borussia Dortmund and England international winger Jadon Sancho, 20. (Manchester Evening News)

Inter Milan will make a move to sign Arsenal's French striker Alexandre Lacazette, 29, should Argentina forward Lautaro Martinez, 22, join Barcelona. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Tottenham have given England full-back Danny Rose, 29, permission to remain on loan at Newcastle for the remainder of the season. (Football Insider)

Newcastle midfielder Matty Longstaff, 20, who is currently on an £850-a-week academy deal, has been offered a £30,000-a-week contract by Serie A side Udinese, with the Magpies due just £400,000 in compensation. (Sky Sports)

Barcelona have made an enquiry about re-signing Spanish centre-back Eric Garcia, 19, from Manchester City. (ESPN)

Galatasaray have joined the race to sign Charlton and Montserrat international striker Lyle Taylor, 30, who says he will not play for the club again as his contract expires this summer. (Mail)

Brighton look set to miss out on the £15m signing of Rennes striker M'Baye Niang, 25, after Marseille entered talks to sign the Frenchman. (Star)

The Premier League has told clubs that no more than four matches will be stages at neutral venues, meaning Liverpool could become champions at Anfield. (Mail)
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Thursday's Newspapers:
4th June 2020


THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
Newcastle United have increased their contract offer to midfielder Matty Longstaff in a bid to persuade him to reject a move to Italian club Udinese.
The Premier League is under increasing pressure to explain how it will deliver on the government's call for it to share the financial benefits of Project Restart through the "entire football family".


THE SUN
Arsenal have contacted Crystal Palace and West Ham to arrange friendlies in their build-up to the restart of the Premier League.


THE DAILY MAIL
Newcastle United suspect Matty Longstaff will end up at Premier League rivals Watford if he joins Udinese on a free transfer.
Premier League clubs will only be fined a maximum of £25,000 if they breach the competition's new Covid-19 protocols.
The Premier League are set to persist with VAR when football finally returns later this month.
If Barcelona cannot sign £98m-rated Lautaro Martinez then their attention will turn to Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.


THE DAILY MIRROR
Manchester City may have to wait for two months to learn whether their Champions League ban has been overturned.
Premier League clubs will be pushing for a decision on curtailment before the season restarts at Thursday's top-flight meeting.


THE GUARDIAN
Doubt has been cast over whether Premiership Rugby clubs can keep players on the government's furlough scheme when they return to training after HMRC moved to clarify it's position.


THE TIMES
A group of Manchester City supporters will vent their anger towards UEFA on Friday by unveiling a huge banner protesting against the governing body's treatment of the club.


Real Madrid are interested in Borussia Dortmund's 20-year-old English winger Jadon Sancho. (AS)

Juventus have approached Barcelona with a view to signing French attacker Ousmane Dembele, 23, on loan this summer. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's hopes of boosting transfer funds through the sales of Argentine defender Marcos Rojo, 30, the 30-year-old English centre-back Chris Smalling and Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez, 31, are set to be hit by the financial impact of coronavirus. (Evening Standard)

Rojo is set to return to United as the club go for a Champions League spot with Estudiantes coach Leandro Desabato admitting the defender is "unlikely" to see out his loan spell. (FM Radio Late 93.1 via Mail)

Bournemouth's Ryan Fraser, 26, who is set to leave the club for free in the summer, could be one of the most in-demand players in the league. (The Athletic - subscription only)


Paris St-Germain want 175m euros (£156m) in cash from Barcelona for 28-year-old Brazil forward Neymar. (Sport - in Spanish)

Viewers will be given the option of hearing fake crowd noise when the Premier League returns. (Mirror)

German 'Mono' Burgos, 51, confirms he will leave his role as assistant coach at Atletico Madrid at the end of the season to pursue a career as a head coach. (Marca)

Argentine football legend Diego Maradona, 59, will remain as coach of Argentine side Gimnasia y Esgrima until the end of the 2020-2021 season after extending his contract. (Reuters)

A group of Manchester City supporters will vent their anger towards Uefa on Friday by unveiling a huge banner protesting against the governing body's treatment of the club. (The Times)

Jesse Marsch, Red Bull Salzburg's 46-year-old American coach, has been touted a successor to Lucien Favre at Borussia Dortmund. (Bild - in German)
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Friday's Newspapers:
5th June 2020


DAILY MIRROR
Ben Chilwell is tempted by a huge move to Chelsea later this summer but has not yet demanded to quit Leicester.
Premier League clubs believe there is a genuine chance of fans being able to attend games again by September.
Brandon Williams is set to be awarded a new deal by Manchester United just eight months after signing his last.
Cardiff defender Sol Bamba has called on Harry Kane to lead from the front on English football's George Floyd protests.
Manchester United have been put on alert after Wolves reportedly lowered the asking price for striker Raul Jimenez.
Pep Guardiola has reportedly spoken to Arsenal flop Ismael Bennacer over a £50m move to Manchester City.


THE TELEGRAPH
Premier League managers have been told to limit pre-match meetings to 15 minutes when the season restarts, while players will be allowed into the dressing rooms in shifts as part of social-distancing measures.
Derby and Leeds are said to have been left stunned after it was allegedly proposed by the head of UK's football police that their Championship match should be relocated more than 160 miles away to Southampton.
The chief executive of the Premier League has revealed that calls by the fiancee of Jamal Khashoggi for it to stop the planned Saudi Arabia-backed takeover of Newcastle United "are being fully considered".
Premier League clubs have headed off a row over what happens if the 2019-20 season is curtailed by agreeing to see whether the Championship manages to finish their campaign.
No other Tottenham Hotspur player has been forced to self-isolate despite a member of the squad recording the Premier League's first positive coronavirus test since contact training resumed.



DAILY MAIL
Manchester United believe Paul Pogba's mouthwatering midfield partnership with Bruno Fernandes will hold the key towards the Frenchman's long-term future.
Premier League football clubs' shirts are set to feature heart-shaped badges as a way of showing support to the National Health Service when the season resumes.
The League Managers' Association is set to deliver a vote of no confidence in the EFL following a raft of complaints from bosses.
Newcastle midfielder Matty Longstaff has not trained this week amid uncertainty over his future at the club.
Leeds' bid to seal Premier League promotion has suffered a setback after they recorded their first case of coronavirus.
Premier League clubs will be prevented from dressing their crowd-free stadiums with masses of advertisements for sponsors when the season resumes.


THE SUN
Project Restart is at risk of being thrown into chaos by the UK's test-and-trace regulations - which could now strip teams of their star players.
The Premier League could still end up with no relegation at the end of the season, with FA chief Greg Clarke ready to make a U-turn over his promotion and relegation demands if the top flight and Championship cannot finish.

THE GUARDIAN
England's leading players face the increasing prospect of wage cuts and summer rugby as the sport battles to avoid financial meltdown because of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.



DAILY RECORD
Scotland's top-flight clubs have been warned to forget about bringing their players out of lockdown next week unless they have extensive COVID-19 testing procedures in place.


SCOTTISH SUN
St Mirren have made a bold bid to sign Celtic keeper Craig Gordon.
SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell has rubber-stamped a June 11 return to training for Premiership clubs but there was bad news when HMRC confirmed to Maxwell that players need to come off furlough when they start formal sessions.


England left-back Ben Chilwell, 23, is tempted by a huge move to Chelsea later this summer but has not yet asked to quit Leicester City. (Mirror)

Liverpool will not rival Chelsea in the battle for Timo Werner's signature as the 24-year-old RB Leipzig and Germany striker closes in on a move to Stamford Bridge. (Evening Standard)

Tottenham are waiting for Belgium defender Jan Vertonghen, 33, to decide whether he will see out the rest of the season or leave the club before it is complete. (Sky Sports)

Newcastle midfielder Matty Longstaff has not trained this week amid uncertainty over his future at the club, with Serie A side Udinese reportedly offering wages of £30,000-a-week for the 20-year-old, who is out of contract this summer. (Mail)


Manchester City are looking to open contract talks with 19-year-old Spanish defender Eric Garcia amid interest from his former club Barcelona.(Mail)

Manchester United are preparing to offer 19-year-old English full-back Brandon Williams a major new contract, with an improvement on his current £4,000-per-week salary after impressing this season. (Athletic - subscription required)

Liverpool * ( * nobody really cares, there was a global pandemic )'' could wrap up the Premier League title * at 21:00 BST on a Sunday night at Everton as their first two games back are both being moved to evening kick-offs. (Mail)

Arsenal may be willing to sell Scottish defender Kieran Tierney, 23, to Leicester City, just 12 months after he moved to the Emirates. (Express)
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Saturday's Newspapers:
6th June 2020




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Liverpool have been given the chance to win the Premier League title at Anfield despite a police chief saying that any such match should be played at a neutral venue.
Timo Werner was persuaded to join Chelsea after receiving almost daily phone calls from Frank Lampard over the last few weeks.


the sun

Chelsea's bid for player pay cuts looks doomed after landing £54m Timo Werner.
Manchester City are set to appoint Pep Guardiola's old boss Juanma Lillo as their assistant manager.


daily mirror

Timo Werner has failed Jurgen Klopp's test by entertaining a transfer to Chelsea, according to former Reds midfielder John Barnes.
Brendan Rodgers is closing in on a reunion with free agent Adam Lallana at Leicester.


daily telegraph

Leicester are ready to resist any bids for Ben Chilwell this summer and will insist that the England international is not for sale.
The Government is in talks with the Premier League and the football authorities about how they will convince supporters to stay away from matches, with the clubs being urged to provide strong messaging to their fans ahead of the league's return.
Premiership Rugby's decision to return to play on August 15 with a view to completing their season means that it is inevitable that the start of the 2020-2021 season will not be before December and possibly not until the New Year.
Frank Lampard and Petr Cech made an undercover pre-lockdown trip to Germany that helped Chelsea leapfrog Liverpool and Manchester United to convince Timo Werner to move to Stamford Bridge.
The Premier League is planning to introduce a "clinical passport system" for players, coaches and match officials to show they have tested negative for coronavirus for when matches resume.
Premiership Rugby's decision to return to play on August 15 with a view to completing their season means that it is inevitable that the start of the 2020-2021 season will not be before December and possibly not until the New Year.
Joe Root must self-isolate after his wife gives birth, leaving him a doubt for England's first West Indies Test.


daily mail

Aston Villa will face West Midlands rivals West Bromwich Albion at Villa Park on Saturday afternoon in a mini derby as both clubs prepare for a return to action.
Kevin De Bruyne could look to leave Manchester City if the club's Champions League suspension is upheld, Belgium boss Roberto Martinez has admitted.
Football stars are ready to defy their clubs' wishes by jetting abroad on holiday at the end of the season.
Watford's Christian Kabasele has joined a host of sporting stars in backing the Black Lives Matter movement.
Premier League clubs have been told that only in 'exceptional circumstance' will players returning from loan be considered for involvement this season.
Charlton's stay-away top scorer Lyle Taylor has an offer from Turkish club Galatasaray to quadruple his money.


daily star

Chelsea plan to balance the books this summer with a series of outgoings after sealing the £54m signing of Timo Werner.
Premier League CEO Richard Masters has admitted the concerns of Jamal Khashoggi's fiancee, Hatice Cengiz, are being 'fully considered' as the Newcastle takeover remains in limbo.


daily record

Rangers have put forward plans to put B teams into the bottom tier of the SPFL next season.
Hearts say they are up for a return to Murrayfield in order to get fans back through the turnstiles.


scottish sun

Alex Rae doesn't believe Rangers need major surgery as boss Steven Gerrard ramps up his recruitment drive.
Dave Cormack will try to broker a deal to bring Jonny Hayes back to Aberdeen *- despite the club's Covid-19 costs spiralling to £9.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
7th June 2020


the sun on sunday
Manchester United could offer Dan James a bumper new deal - then loan him out next season.
Premier League chiefs are set to crack down on football's 'Covidiots' with big fines and possible points penalties.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is making a surprise swoop for Portuguese playmaker Fabio Vieira.
Viv Anderson is calling on all Premier League players to take a knee in memory of George Floyd when football resumes.
Cops probing a £500,000 raid on the home of Manchester City star Riyad Mahrez have arrested a man.
Marcus Rashford reckons he's "fully fit" and is raring to go ahead of Manchester United's return to action.


mail on sunday
Saudi Arabia is set to work out a peace deal over TV rights with Qatar amid fears the row could scupper the takeover of Newcastle.
QPR chief executive Lee Hoos has backed calls for a wage cap in the Football League in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.



THE SUNDAY TIMES
Manchester United have renewed their interest in Donny van de Beek and are weighing up a bid to snatch Ajax's young midfield talent ahead of Real Madrid, as the financial crisis in La Liga caused by the coronavirus pandemic has left the 23-year-old uncertain whether his proposed £49m move to the Santiago Bernabeu can be executed this summer.
The chief executive of the Rugby Football Union has appealed to the government to reduce social-distancing measures to ease the financial calamity facing Twickenham.


sunday mirror
Jack Grealish is now Manchester United's No.1 summer transfer target after being at the centre of detailed due diligence undertaken by senior figures at Old Trafford over an £80m move.
Liverpool have enquired about Wolves' Adama Traore, and Nuno's side could also lose Mexican star striker Raul Jimenez to Manchester United.
Arsenal are culling several senior continental scouts in another round of cuts.
Ex-Liverpool hardman Neil 'Razor' Ruddock has revealed how he "died" on the operating table as medics gave him emergency heart surgery.
Dirk Kuyt has quit Feyenoord and put his coaching career on hold for personal reasons.
Chelsea face a battle from at least seven other clubs in the race to sign £70m-rated Ben Chilwell from Leicester this summer.
Wilfried Zaha has admitted he could still leave Crystal Palace because he is desperate to win trophies, and confessed it was "amazing" to have Arsenal trying to buy him last year because he is a lifelong Arsenal fan.


sunday telegraph
Premier League clubs plan to introduce new rules this summer over exactly what happens in the event of an incomplete season amid fears next term or a subsequent campaign could also be ravaged by a pandemic.
Alison McGovern, the shadow sports minister, has called out a "lack of equality" at Liverpool, after their women's side were relegated from the Women's Super League on Friday.
The Rugby Football Union is to push for Twickenham to be allowed a crowd of 40,000 for its November programme of matches against New Zealand, Tonga, Argentina and Australia.


sunday express
West Ham are leading the race to sign Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi.
Potential new Newcastle board member Jamie Reuben is reportedly prepared to use his influence to help the club sign QPR starlet Eberechi Eze.
Wolves are lining up a move to bring former Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye back to the Premier League from French giants Paris Saint-Germain.


sunday mail
Celtic have opened talks with star striker Odsonne Edouard about a new Parkhead contract.
Martin O'Neill is adamant Celtic do better with a strong Rangers breathing down their necks - and believes Ibrox boss Steven Gerrard deserves time to get it right.
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8th June 2020


THE SUN
Premier League stars are growing increasingly worried because their coronavirus testers are not tested themselves.
Chelsea are sweating on winger Pedro signing a temporary deal to help the club through Project Restart.

DAILY MIRROR

Ajax chief Edwin van der Sar has confirmed Manchester United and Real Madrid are interested in Donny van de Beek.
Statistics from 11 top-flight clubs show players are no longer getting close to each other during water breaks and before free-kick routines.
Leicester are employing the same tactic over Ben Chilwell that they used to secure a record fee for Harry Maguire.
Manchester United and Real Madrid are reportedly monitoring Lautaro Martinez as talks between Barcelona and Inter Milan for the striker have reached a stumbling block.
The financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic will not alter Napoli's £100m valuation of Man United target Kalidou Koulibaly.



DAILY MAIL
Manchester City and UEFA will square off at the Court of Arbitration for Sport in a battle which could shape the future of European football.
Ballboys are not likely to return when top-flight football does, with each club expected to nominate members of their ground and maintenance staff to carry out the role.
Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have joined the list of clubs pursuing Hearts defender Aaron Hickey.
Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani, who has been linked with a move to the Premier League with Newcastle and other clubs when his contract expires at the end of the season, wants to return to LaLiga, according to team-mate Ander Herrera.


DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester City are prepared to join the race for Ben Chilwell when the transfer window opens at the end of the season.
Neutral venues are being considered as a contingency for the remaining Premier League games in case of localised coronavirus spikes as well as if there are specific concerns over fan congregation.
Jose Mourinho has lined up a friendly for his Tottenham side to face Norwich on Friday as he steps up plans to resume the season later this month.


Tyrone Mings will escape punishment from the Premier League despite a draconian set of new punishments set to clamp down on coronavirus offences. (DAILY EXPRESS)
Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic has set his sights on Barcelona, with the 30-year-old set to snub offers from Chelsea and PSG to join the Catalan giants. (MARCA)
Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack has backed Timo Werner to adapt quickly to the Premier League when he signs for the Blues. SKY IN GERMANY)
Angelino looks set to return to Manchester City when his loan at RB Leipzig expires with the German club unlikely to afford to make his move permanent. His loan deal has a £25m option for the wing-back, who has made 12 appearances for the Bundesliga outfit. (MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS)
Liverpool's owners will be unable to attend the Premier League game against Everton because of Covid-19 quarantine rules, which come into effect today. (THE TIMES)
Tottenham have baulked at the £62m valuation of long-term target Nicolo Zaniolo by Roma. (DAILY STAR)
Rangers are eyeing up a loan move for Liverpool kid Rhian Brewster. (SCOTTISH SUN)
After securing the signature of Calvin Bassey, Rangers are plotting another raid on Leicester City after joining the race to sign highly-rated youngster Dennis Gyamfi. (DAILY RECORD)

Manchester City are ready to compete with Chelsea to sign Leicester City's 23-year-old England defender Ben Chilwell if he becomes available. (Telegraph)

Napoli will not lower their £100m valuation of 28-year-old Senegal centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly - who has been linked with Manchester United - despite the financial issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic. (Mirror)

Manchester United and Real Madrid are monitoring the situation of Inter Milan's Argentina striker Lautaro Martinez, 22, after talks over a move to Barcelona stalled. (Marca via Mirror)

Juventus' Bosnia-Herzegovina midfielder Miralem Pjanic, 30, has rejected offers from Chelsea and Paris St-Germain because he wants to join Barcelona. (Marca)

Tottenham have pulled out of a move for 20-year-old Italy midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo because of Roma's £62m valuation. (Star)


Manager Neil Lennon says Celtic are in talks over a new contract with 22-year-old Frenchman Odsonne Edouard, who has been linked with Arsenal and Manchester United. (Mail)

Spanish utility player Angelino, 23, is set to return to Manchester City after his loan spell at RB Leipzig, who cannot pay £25m. (Manchester Evening News)

Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack has backed the decision to sign 24-year-old Germany striker Timo Werner from RB Leipzig and believes the 24-year-old will adapt quickly to the Premier League. (Sky Germany)

Croatia midfielder Ivan Rakitic, 32, intends to stay at Barcelona until his contract runs out in the summer of 2021 despite reports suggesting he will leave earlier. (Goal)

Paris St-Germain midfielder Ander Herrera, 30, says Uruguay team-mate Edinson Cavani, whose contract runs out this summer, wants to play in Spain. Striker Cavani, 33, has been linked with a move to Atletico Madrid. (Diario As via Mail)

Manchester United's 19-year-old defender Brandon Williams is at the centre of a battle between two agents who want to sign him. (Mirror)
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
9th June 2020



DAILY MAIL
Chelsea will attempt another raid on the Bundesliga with a move for Bayer Leverkusen starlet Kai Havertz.
Adam Lallana is poised to agree a short-term deal with Liverpool that will enable him to stay at Anfield for their title coronation.
Premier League clubs will try to block sight lines into their grounds to discourage fans from gathering outside stadiums when top-flight action resumes.
Premier League clubs have started spying on each other - amid suspicions some are stretching the rules around training-ground protocols to gain a competitive edge.
The delayed £300m takeover of Newcastle United does not include any allowance for relegation, given that the Saudi-led consortium are expected to be in control long before the season's resumption.



THE SUN
Manchester United have been sounded out over a cut-price deal for long-term target James Rodriguez.
Charlton chief Tahnoon Nimer has handed over the Addicks to a new regime put together by club lawyer Chris Farnell.
Manchester United are interested in signing 23-year-old Dutch midfielder Donny van de Beek, according to his current club Ajax.



DAILY TELEGRAPH
The American entrepreneur Henry Mauriss is preparing to make a formal offer to buy Newcastle United if the purchase of the club by a Saudi Arabian-led consortium is not completed.
Campaigners have branded football's application of the Rooney Rule - which requires black and ethnic candidates to be interviewed for coaching posts - as "not fit for purpose".
A number of Gallagher Premiership sides are asking fans to help them through rugby's financial crisis by not seeking refunds for their unused tickets for the 2019-20 season.
The Champions League knockout stages are likely to be concluded in a mini "World Cup-style" tournament in Lisbon over the space of a fortnight in August.


THE GUARDIAN
Structural racism in British sport is so deep and pervasive that it amounts to a kind of apartheid and needs a South African-style truth and reconciliation commission to tackle it, a Sport England board member has said.

THE INDEPENDENT
After a season on loan with Arsenal, Spanish midfielder Dani Ceballos says he is open to a permanent move away from Real Madrid.
The Champions League and Europa League knockout stages are set to conclude in Lisbon over the space of two weeks in August.

DAILY MIRROR
The Saudi-backed takeover of Newcastle United has been hit by a fresh political blow.
Kalidou Koulibaly has been told to snub Manchester United for their Premier League rivals, Liverpool or Chelsea, this summer.

DAILY RECORD
Celtic face a fight with a top English Premier League club to land Fraser Forster this summer.
Motherwell and Kilmarnock are both keen to land goalkeeper Scott Fox, who is a free agent after leaving Partick Thistle.

Manchester United failed in an £89m bid for Barcelona's Ansu Fati, 17, after giving up on Borussia Dortmund's England forward Jadon Sancho, 20. (Sport)

Ajax have confirmed that Manchester United are interested in signing their 23-year-old Dutch midfielder Donny van de Beek. (Sun)

Chelsea are challenging Tottenham and Borussia Dortmund to sign Flamengo's Brazilian midfielder Gerson, 23. (Fox Sports via Express)

Newcastle United could be bought by an American entrepreneur if a Saudi Arabian-led consortium does not complete their proposed takeover of the club. (Telegraph)

West Ham are waiting to see if out-of-contract English right-back Jeremy Ngakia, 19, becomes the first Premier League player to refuse a short-term extension. (Talksport)

Arsenal midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan wants to make a permanent move to Roma after the Armenian, 31, joined the Serie A side on a season-long loan last summer. (Goal)

Manchester United are set to agree new contracts with left-back Brandon Williams, 19, and goalkeeper Dean Henderson, 23, who has spent the last two seasons on loan with Sheffield United. (ESPN)

Spanish midfielder Dani Ceballos, 23, is open to a permanent move away from Real Madrid after spending the season on loan with Arsenal. (Independent)

Arsenal are still favourites to sign Spanish midfielder Marc Roca, 23, from Espanyol. (Express)

The Champions League and Europa League knockout stages are set to conclude in Lisbon over the space of two weeks in August. (Independent)
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