Papers: Manchester United could spend £120m on Paulo Dybala this summer
Last Updated: 06/03/19 7:16am
All the top stories and transfer rumours from the back pages of Wednesday's national newspapers...
Manchester United will make a £120m move for Juventus striker Paulo Dybala if they decide to sell Romelu Lukaku this summer.
Peter Kenyon is making a last-gasp effort to buy Bolton Wanderers after his failed effort to secure a deal for Newcastle United.
Newcastle face a nervous wait over midfielder Sean Longstaff after sending him to a specialist over a knee injury he suffered at West Ham.
Struggling Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah will be spared international duty with Egypt later this month.
Southampton will offer defender Yan Valery a new deal later this month after his stunning breakthrough this season - he is out of contract at the end of next season.
Real Madrid could turn to club legend Raul if they are unable to secure Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager this summer.
Chelsea are in talks with Lille's sporting director Luis Campos about taking on a similar role at Stamford Bridge, according to reports in France.
Manchester City would pocket a whopping £15m windfall if Jadon Sancho becomes the latest £100m footballer this summer.
Rafa Benitez has major doubts about January signing Antonio Barreca.
Tottenham have been told all five of their remaining home games must be played at Wembley unless their stadium is ready for their next Premier League outing.
Sophia Floersch will be back behind the wheel of a Formula 3 car on Wednesday, just 105 days after breaking her back in a 170mph crash.
The ECB chairman Colin Graves is embroiled in another dispute with a number of county chairmen over his desire to extend his term of office so he can preside over the launch of the new 100-ball tournament next year.
Real Madrid have a three-man shortlist to replace under-fire boss Santiago Solari featuring Mauricio Pochettino, Massimiliano Allegri and Joachim Low.
Furious Real Madrid fans chanted Jose Mourinho's name outside the Bernabeu - and called for Santiago Solari to resign - after crashing out of the Champions League on Tuesday.
New Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers expects a summer battle to keep their in-demand stars but insists he is unfazed.
Martin Glenn has agreed to remain as the FA chief executive until September, ensuring he is at the helm until his replacement is ready to take charge.
Nottingham Forest striker Lewis Grabban was involved in a training-ground dispute after club physios questioned the extent of his Achilles injury.
Mesut Ozil has tweeted his support to Jerome Boateng after his brutal axing from the German national team but failed to share a message of sympathy with both Mats Hummels and Thomas Muller.
Stoke will study the outcome of Saido Berahino's court appearance on Wednesday before making a final ruling on his future at the club.
World Athletics are to review rules over Laura Muir's running shoes after claims they could be in breach of regulations.
Brendan Rodgers is targeting a summer reunion with Lee Congerton, Celtic's head of recruitment.
Manchester City may have to break the world transfer record for a defender to stand any chance of prising England left back Ben Chilwell away from Leicester City this summer.
Rangers are tracking Millwall full-back Mahlon Romeo - who may end up replacing James Tavernier in Glasgow.
Aberdeen's Scott McKenna faced online criticism after confirming he had become an ambassador for Trump International resort.
Hearts fear striker Steven Naismith's season is over with the knee injury he suffered against Celtic last week.
Aberdeen have launched a probe into the offensive banner aimed at Alfredo Morelos.
Hearts fans are at the centre of Scottish football's latest coin throwing probe after it emerged Partick Thistle boss Gary Caldwell was targeted repeatedly during Monday night's Scottish Cup tie.
Aberdeen fans will only receive 850 tickets from Rangers for the Scottish Cup replay next Tuesday.