Papers: Anthony Martial is wanted by Tottenham and Chelsea
By Sky Sports News
Last Updated: 17/06/18 8:21am
Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Sunday's national newspapers.
Manchester United's Anthony Martial is wanted by Tottenham and Chelsea.
Gareth Bale's Real Madrid career has been given a lifeline because Julen Lopetegui can speak English whereas Zinedine Zidane could not.
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West Ham believe they can complete the signing of Jack Wilshere.
Southampton are on the brink of pulling off the shock signing of Norwich City's highly-rated 15-goal midfielder James Maddison.
Callum Wilson wants a £60,000-a-week package to stay with Bournemouth.
Daniel Sturridge is set to start pre-season at Liverpool - and attempt to fight his way into Jurgen Klopp's plans.
Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce wants Wigan's Dan Burn to replace John Terry.
Stuart McCall will hold talks with Doncaster over becoming their new manager.
Danny Rose says Roy Hodgson's England squad were totally unprepared at Euro 2016.
Middlesbrough boss Tony Pulis will hijack Brighton's move for Sunderland defender Paddy McNair.
Fulham want to sign goalkeeper Tim Krul on a free transfer from Brighton.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe will make a £12m bid for Sheffield United forward David Brooks.
Manchester United have slapped a £75m price-tag on unhappy striker Anthony Martial to scare off rival clubs.
Harry Kane has revealed he wants to be a captain to be remembered - just like David Beckham.
Roberto Firmino admits he is finding it difficult to forget the Champions League final - but hopes World Cup glory can put that right.
Michail Antonio is set to leave West Ham with Crystal Palace ready to sign the versatile midfielder.
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has banned agents from Belgium's Moscow hotel at the World Cup.
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England's bid to go far in the World Cup will include the players wearing battery-powered heated trousers throughout the tournament to combat injury-threatening changes in temperature.
Jack Wilshere fears he will not be a key player under Unai Emery and is giving serious consideration to leaving Arsenal.
Maurizio Sarri is growing increasingly confident agreement will be reached between Chelsea and Napoli to smooth his appointment as head coach at Stamford Bridge, with the Italian likely to be joined by his compatriot Gianfranco Zola in some capacity at the club.
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Boca Juniors are making an impassioned plea to Wilmar Barrios to postpone a move to Tottenham until the January transfer window after Spurs stepped up their interest in the Colombian.
Slaven Belupo's sporting director Zvonomir Simunovic reckons new Rangers signing Nikola Katic can become the next Dejan Lovren.