Papers: Manchester United to bid for Willian
Last Updated: 30/06/18 8:11am
Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Saturday's national newspapers.
Chelsea are bracing themselves for a mega Manchester United bid after turning down Barcelona's £50m approach for Willian.
Rangers striker Eduardo Herrera is stalling on an exit after snubbing offers from clubs in his native Mexico.
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet is set for showdown talks with boss Jurgen Klopp after the World Cup.
Bolton are in talks with Jack Rodwell after his disastrous spell at Sunderland.
Jose Mourinho has backed Wayne Rooney's decision to join the growing list of stars making the move to Major League Soccer.
Gareth Southgate admits he has spent 22 years working out how to take the perfect penalty.
Poland goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has warned England that Colombia are formidable opponents and the "team to avoid at this stage".
Southampton have launched a bid to beat West Ham to Barcelona defender Marlon Santos with an £11m offer.
Colombia defender Davinson Sanchez has revealed how the Tottenham stars at the World Cup are keeping in touch via a WhatsApp group.
The FA have sold fewer than half their allocation for Tuesday's last-16 clash with Colombia.
FIFA may contemplate broadcasting conversations between referees and VAR officials to the crowd and TV audiences at future tournaments.
Brendan Rodgers has admitted a huge bid for Kieran Tierney from Everton would be hard to turn down.
Harry Maguire has said the England squad backed Gareth Southgate's decision to rest eight players against Belgium.
Colombia forward Radamel Falcao is rejuvenated and ready to come back and haunt England in the World Cup last 16.
More than 7,000 England fans could travel to Moscow for the second-round match against Colombia on Tuesday, the biggest concentration of English supporters on the Russian mainland since the World Cup began.
Alexis Sanchez says he wants Belgium to win the World Cup, for his friend Romelu Lukaku.
David Moyes has leapt to England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford's defence, after he was criticised over Adnan Januzaj's goal.
England manager Gareth Southgate has insisted World Cup penalty shootouts are not down to luck.
Harry Kane has been warned that Colombia are hatching a plan to halt his Golden Boot bid.
Harry Kane's rough treatment by Tunisia in England's World Cup opener forced a crackdown by referees in Russia, FIFA have admitted.
Gareth Southgate has admitted the knives will be out for him if England lose to Colombia in the last 16.
Dele Alli has recovered fully from the thigh injury that has interrupted his participation in England's World Cup and will be available for the round-of-16 match against Colombia.