Plus: Brazilian side Santos plot move to bring Neymar Jr back to the club after he recovers from his knee injury and finishes up in Saudi Arabia; Brendan Rodgers hits back at his and Celtic's doubters; Kieran Trippier says Newcastle have not given up hope of another top-four finish
Monday 12 February 2024 07:49, UK
The top stories and transfer rumours from Monday's newspapers...
Matthijs de Ligt's future at Bayern Munich is back in doubt - putting Manchester United back on red alert.
Kieran Trippier says Newcastle have not given up hope of another top-four finish and a Champions League encore.
Kalvin Phillips has criticised Pep Guardiola's handling of him after the Manchester City boss called him overweight.
Bayer Leverkusen chief Simon Rolfes says he is "sure" Xabi Alonso will still be their manager next season, despite the 42-year-old being heavily linked with a return to Liverpool.
Rasmus Hojlund has become the second-youngest player in Premier League history to score in five consecutive games.
Kevin De Bruyne's spectacular return to form after such a long lay-off has surprised even his Manchester City team-mates.
LaLiga president Javier Tebas has opened up on just how close Lionel Messi came to re-signing for Barcelona last summer before he signed with Inter Miami.
Brazilian side Santos are plotting a move to bring Neymar Jr back to the club after he recovers from his knee injury and finishes his 'experience in Saudi Arabia'.
Manchester United will consult fans before deciding whether to refurbish Old Trafford or demolish the club's iconic home.
Jose Mourinho is reportedly learning German ahead of potentially taking the Bayern Munich job.
A private meeting of Premier League and Championship clubs which took place last week was set up by Burnley chairman Alan Pace.
Newcastle United are weighing up a summer deal for Bournemouth defender Lloyd Kelly.
Paul Jewell is among a large group of ex-pros who have written to sports minister Stuart Andrew to urge government intervention in the ongoing dementia scandal.
Real Madrid's Rodrygo has admitted he would 'love' Kylian Mbappe to come to the club in the summer and labelled the forward as 'one of the best in the world.'
Man City defender John Stones has high hopes for another magical season despite Pep Guardiola's scepticism.
Liverpool and Chelsea appear to have been handed a boost in their pursuits of Newcastle playmaker Bruno Guimaraes.
West Ham fans streamed out of the London Stadium in their thousands before half-time after their side was put to the sword by rampant Arsenal.
Declan Rice refused to celebrate after scoring for Arsenal against West Ham.
Anthony Martial is set to be offered the chance to return home to France when his Manchester United contract expires this summer, with former club Monaco and Marseille among those showing interest.
Barcelona are set to make a series of high-profile players available for transfer this summer, according to reports.
Arsenal and Chelsea have sent scouts to watch Athletic Bilbao's Nico Williams amid an impressive season.
Jude Bellingham is expected to be sidelined until early March after suffering a sprained ankle during Real Madrid's LaLiga victory over Girona.
Manchester United insist they will work with Norman Whiteside to find him a new seat at Old Trafford after the former player's wife branded the decision to move him an "absolute disgrace".
Brighton winger Simon Adingra has been named best young player at the Africa Cup of Nations after his prominent part in Ivory Coast winning the tournament.
George Turner, the Scotland hooker, made history in Saturday's Six Nations game against France by becoming the first elite male player to be sent for a head injury assessment after his "smart" mouthguard flagged a potentially concerning level of head impact in a tackle.
Italy head coach Gonzalo Quesada said Ireland played like the All Blacks in their 36-0 win over his side.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Brendan Rodgers is convinced people are desperate for him and his Celtic players to fail but has told them they won't succeed.
Tony Docherty slammed Liam Gordon for the challenge that put Michael Mellon in hospital.
Sebastien Haller completed a fairytale comeback as the cancer survivor fired the Ivory Coast to African Cup of Nations glory on home soil.
Mohamed Diomande insists he will not buckle under the weight of his hefty £4.5m price tag as he looks to repay Rangers for handing him his big break.