Plus: Frenkie De Jong is willing to wave goodbye to nearly £6m in unpaid wages to clinch a move to Man City; Erik ten Hag could be in the stands for Man Utd's final match of the season against Crystal Palace; Eden Hazard will stay at Real Madrid to 'prove himself'
Sunday 15 May 2022 10:50, UK
All the top stories and transfer rumours from Sunday's national newspapers...
Erik ten Hag targets Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante as his first marquee signing in a summer overhaul at Old Trafford.
Chelsea will learn if Real Madrid star Casemiro will be available this summer soon after the Champions League final.
Liverpool have struck an agreement with Luis Diaz' former club Porto that will give them first refusal on 21-year-old Fabio Vieira.
Liverpool are among the early frontrunners to sign Jobe Bellingham.
Tottenham and Arsenal are battling each other to sign Argentina's latest young superstar Carlos Alcaraz.
Newcastle plan to rival Barcelona in the battle to land Leeds winger Raphinha this summer.
Newcastle have increased their interest in Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
Bournemouth are keen on a move for former Chelsea player Marcel Lewis following their Premier League return.
Steven Gerrard plans to raid former club Rangers for midfielder Joe Aribo amid rival interest from Crystal Palace and Brentford.
Aston Villa plan a late move to snatch Marseille free agent Boubacar Kamara on a bumper deal.
Frenkie de Jong is willing to wave goodbye to nearly £6m in unpaid wages to clinch a move to Manchester City this summer.
Luke Shaw will be kept waiting on a fresh £180,000-a-week Old Trafford contract until Erik ten Hag has approved the terms.
Erling Haaland is at the centre of a £50m boot war as Puma and Adidas battle over the out-of-contract striker after Nike deal ends.
Leicester are checking on Joe Worrall with mixed feelings as Nottingham Forest attempt to return to the Premier League.
Crystal Palace midfielder Eberechi Eze is closing in on a late England call for the World Cup.
Norwich chief Stuart Webber's future is in the balance as rows and protests scar the end to a wretched season.
Middlesbrough are in the race for Blackburn contract rebel Darragh Lenihan.
Mel Morris' controversial settlement with Middlesbrough owner Steve Gibson will finally be completed when he sells Pride Park.
Fulham are signing Oldham's teenage centre-half Damon Park in a bargain deal.
Amir Khan plans to spend more time on the box after retiring from boxing.
Erik ten Hag wants to keep Manchester United set-piece coach Eric Ramsay after conducting a series of planning meetings in Holland.
The FA is facing criticism for considering launching a non-fungible token collection as a growing number of elite cubs make deals with cryptocurrency firms while the market sinks.
Wimbledon's Russia ban row intensified yesterday as British Davis Cup player Liam Broady led calls for a vote on the tournament being stripped of ranking points.
Everton once turned down the chance of buying Erling Haaland for £60,000 because he would "lose his effectiveness" as he got older.
Cristiano Ronaldo is set to stay at Manchester United as he sees a future with incoming manager Erik ten Hag.
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Erik ten Hag could be in the stands for Man Utd's final match of the season against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
Outgoing interim Man United boss Ralf Rangnick is keen to host a debrief with incoming manager Erik ten Hag to run through problems at Old Trafford.
World Cup hit by fresh scandal over labour camps as Qatar 'plant spies among migrant workers' to crack down on whistle-blowers.
Chelsea have received a huge boost in their attempt to expand Stamford Bridge after neighbours revealed plans to sell off a substantial piece of land for £50m.
Erling Haaland kicked a door in frustration at being chosen after his final Borussia Dortmund game for a drugs test.
Man City boss Pep Guardiola wants a specialist left-back and a holding midfielder to bolster his squad this summer.
Wayne Rooney remains committed to staying as Derby County's manager in League One next season 'as long as Derby are a fully functioning club'.
Swim England face serious questions over their safeguarding policies after Britain's former performance director said 'all the coaches' were aware of rumours around an alleged paedophile who trained some of the country's leading athletes.