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Manchester United interested in Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford - Paper Talk

Plus: Newcastle eye Harry Maguire loan but Man Utd want sale; Liverpool prepared to play the long game over Southampton's James Ward-Prowse; Man Utd resigned pursuit of Harry Kane may prove fruitless; Rangers closing on signing of Jonathan Panzo from Nottingham Forest

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All the top stories and transfer rumours from Sunday's newspapers...


Manchester United are ready to move for England No  1 Jordan Pickford whether David De Gea leaves or not.

Newcastle want to rescue Harry Maguire from Manchester United on loan - but they will have to buy him.

Jadon Sancho must prove he can be a key figure in Erik ten Hag's Old Trafford rebuild.

West Ham could bid big for Fulham's Joao Palhinha to replace Declan Rice.

Brighton are winning the race for £16m Dutch keeper Bart Verbruggen.

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Chelsea have reportedly agreed personal terms with Andre Onana as they prepare for him to become their new first-choice keeper.


Everton are under pressure to sell star asset Amadou Onana this summer in a major blow to Sean Dyche's proposed rebuild at Goodison.

Liverpool are prepared to play the waiting game on Southampton's James Ward-Prowse. Ward-Prowse, 28, is set to leave St Mary's this summer after the club were relegated from the Premier League but prospective buyers have so far been put off Saints' £50m asking price.

Has James Ward-Prowse played his final game in Southampton colours with relegation looming?
Image: Has James Ward-Prowse played his final game for Southampton?

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri could be braced for a mega-money move to Saudi Arabia after reports linked him with a managerial post in the Middle East.

Soccer Aid will have an all-female refereeing team for the first time with top-flight official Abigail Byrne set to take charge of Sunday's game at Old Trafford.

PSG goalkeeper Sergio Rico has been sedated for the second time after suffering serious head injuries in a horse riding accident, according to reports.

Manchester United are becoming increasingly resigned to missing out on Tottenham striker Harry Kane.

Bournemouth have confirmed 11 players will depart the club at the end of their contracts this summer, with club-record signing Jefferson Lerma and long-serving winger Junior Stanislas among those leaving as free agents.

Feyenoord captain Orkun Kokcu is set to sign for Portuguese giants Benfica, according to reports, ending any transfer interest from Manchester United.


Erik ten Hag has been warned that Randal Kolo Muani would not necessarily be the right alternative to Harry Kane.

Arsenal are planning to lodge a fresh bid to sign Brighton star Moises Caicedo this summer.


Southampton owners Sport Republic are close to finalising the purchase of French second-tier side Valenciennes.


Manchester United are increasingly resigned to the prospect of being unable to land their principal transfer target, Harry Kane.

Harry Kane applauds the fans following the defeat to Brentford
Image: Could Harry Kane be on the move this summer?


Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp reportedly wants a transfer pursuit of Manu Kone to be prioritised after the Reds confirmed the signing of Alexis Mac Allister.

Manchester United will want close to £60m to consider selling Jadon Sancho in this summer's transfer window, with Tottenham reportedly interested in the England forward.


Manchester United are interested in Porto goalkeeper Diogo Costa, but do not want to meet the Portuguese club's £64m asking price.


Newcastle are weighing up a big-money offer for RB Leipzig attacking midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai.


Rangers are edging closer to securing a £2.5m deal for Nottingham Forest defender Jonathan Panzo.

Brendan Rodgers hasn't ruled out returning to Celtic as their new boss.

John Souttar is a major doubt for Scotland's crucial Euro 2024 clash in Norway.

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