Plus: Man Utd transfer target Frenkie de Jong has reportedly informed the Barcelona hierarchy of his desire to remain at the Camp Nou beyond this summer; Arsenal are ready to spend around £68million on three of their summer targets
Monday 16 May 2022 08:16, UK
All the top stories and transfer rumours from Monday's national newspapers...
Juventus will hold fresh transfer talks over Paul Pogba on Monday with the Italian giants due to meet with Pogba's representatives in the hope of agreeing a deal for the Manchester United midfielder.
Manchester United transfer target Frenkie de Jong has reportedly informed the Barcelona hierarchy of his desire to remain at the Camp Nou beyond this summer.
Thomas Tuchel is keen to secure Mason Mount and Reece James's futures to Chelsea by tying them down on bumper new deals.
Erik ten Hag dropped a huge hint he will keep "giant" Cristiano Ronaldo.
Arsenal's first-choice centre-backs Ben White and Gabriel Magalhaes were both missing from Sunday's training session ahead of Monday night's match against Newcastle.
Former Manchester City star Bacary Sagna has recommended his former club sign AC Milan left-back Theo Hernandez this summer.
Antonio Rudiger has dismissed the theory that Government sanctions are behind his decision to quit Chelsea.
Erik ten Hag will arrive in Manchester on Monday to start preparations for his job as Manchester United's manager, hold discussions with United personnel and begin acquainting himself with the club.
Arsenal are ready to spend around £68million on three of their summer targets, according to reports, with the Gunners set to sign Brazilian youngster Marquinhos, while reports say Gabriel Jesus and Aaron Hickey are also top targets.
Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk are set to miss Liverpool's Premier League trip to Southampton on Tuesday as Jurgen Klopp looks to protect their fitness before the Champions League final.
Matthew Mott, the Australia women's head coach, has emerged as the favourite to be England's new white-ball head coach, with the Australian believed to have edged ahead of Paul Collingwood as the leading contender.
Frank Lampard will hold a Zoom meeting with a Football Association independent regulatory commission this week to explain his controversial remarks in the wake of last month's Merseyside derby defeat by Liverpool.
Daichi Kamada admits Rangers have the weapons to hurt his Eintracht Frankfurt, but the Japanese star is adamant his team are confident of destroying the Europa League dream of Giovanni van Bronckhorst's men.