Liverpool set to bid for Burnley's Nick Pope
Last Updated: 10/06/18 6:53pm
Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Sunday's national newspapers.
Liverpool are set to bid £15m for Burnley and England keeper Nick Pope.
Jack Wilshere will hold showdown talks with new Arsenal manager Unai Emery on Sunday.
Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez is on the brink of a £75m switch to Man City, with 'agent fees being finalised'.
West Brom are plotting a £10m double swoop for Bristol City's Bobby Reid and Romaine Sawyers of Brentford.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has emerged on Leicester's radar as a shock alternative to Claude Puel.
Middlesbrough are ready to sell winger Adama Traore - but not for less than £20m.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard wants to sign Liverpool winger Ryan Kent on loan.
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Real Madrid are willing to pay £307m to sign Neymar from PSG this summer.
Manchester City will focus on Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic if they fail to make a breakthrough in negotiations for Napoli's Jorginho.
Fulham are prepared to trigger the £2m release clause for Cardiff left-back Joe Bennett.
Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera will turn down the chance to return to Athletic Bilbao.
Everton boss Marco Silva wants Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof at Goodison Park.
Manchester City are considering a £36m bid for Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri as a cheaper alternative to Jorginho.
Jamie Vardy has claimed that England are now better prepared to deal with adversity than at Euro 2016 under Roy Hodgson in France.
Gareth Bale has told Bayern Munich he wants a move to the Premier League if Real Madrid decide to sell the Wales star.
Aston Villa are ready to start a Premier League auction for Jack Grealish.
Real Madrid have offered Cristiano Ronaldo a new £28.5m-a-year deal.
Brazil manager Tite has hit back at claims he is set to move to Real Madrid.
Jordan Pickford has said his tough non-League battles helped him fight for the England No 1 jersey.
Aston Villa are facing further turmoil at the prospect of another £4.5m tax and wages bill.
Gareth Southgate believes there is no limit to what England can achieve this summer after encouraging his young stars to dream of glory.
Britain's richest person Sir Jim Ratcliffe has been working on a £2bn takeover offer for Chelsea for more than two months.