All the top news and transfer rumors from Friday’s papers…
Harry Kane will not accept any new contract offer from Tottenham and is keen on a move to Bayern Munich instead.
Marcel Sabitzer is poised to complete a shock move to Borussia Dortmund after Manchester United opted against taking him on loan from Bayern Munich on a permanent basis.
David De Gea has rejected the opportunity to replace Andre Onana at Inter.
Tottenham and Arsenal are ready to battle to sign midfielder Douglas Luiz.
Jurgen Klopp wants the departures of Jordan Henderson and Fabinho to be quick – so he can spend £80million on their replacements.
Mary Earps admits she feels “very disappointed” that fans can’t buy official Lions goalkeeper jerseys if they want to.
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West Ham are close to winning the race to sign Carlos Borges from Manchester City, with their £14m bid set to fend off interest from Borussia Dortmund and Eintracht Frankfurt.
Southampton are close to selling Tino Livramento to Newcastle for around £30m.
Ange Postecoglou has confirmed that he is planning for the season with Harry Kane in charge of his Tottenham team.
Luton are set to make their sixth addition of the window with the arrival of Manchester City full-back Issa Kabore.
Southampton are reluctant to take Flynn Downes on loan from West Ham as part of a deal for James Ward-Prowse, preferring outright cash as they hold out for £40million.
Al Ahli are continuing their Premier League recruitment efforts targeting Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey as well as Fulham boss Marco Silva.
THE DAILY MIRROR
Liverpool new boy Dominik Szoboszlai seems to suggest that Virgil van Dijk will be the club’s new captain if Jordan Henderson leaves Anfield in the coming days.
Gabriel Martinelli is convinced that Arsenal have the leaders to replace Granit Xhaka.
Sir Dave Brailsford says Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his Ineos group are still “very keen” to buy Manchester United despite the delay in the Glazers sale process.
The first major problem in Lionel Messi’s big move stateside could be just around the corner as MLS teams face a dilemma over the star’s reluctance to play on artificial turf.
Sadio Mane is set to become the latest big name to make the move to Saudi Arabia, with the former Liverpool star set to link up with Cristiano Ronaldo at Al Nassr.
Everton have reached a verbal agreement with Arnaut Danjuma over a proposed loan move from Villarreal.
Young Tottenham goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario says he has been given “strength” by the Ukrainian mother and son his family took in when war broke out last year.
Burnley are close to a deal to sign Italian youth international striker Luca Koleosho from Espanyol.
Brighton are pushing ahead with a deal for Brazilian centre-back Igor from Fiorentina in a move worth more than £15million.
Ernie Els has questioned why PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan is still in a job after a merger with the Saudi sovereign wealth fund that the four-time major winner labeled “an absolute shambles”.
Anthony Watson has become the first male England player to sign a Rugby Football Union coaching contract, paving the way for the wing to stay in the Premiership with Leicester Tigers after the World Cup.
West Ham are in advanced talks to sign wonderkid Carlos Borges from Manchester City for a fee of £14million.
LGBT+ groups have criticized Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson after he agreed a deal to join Saudi Arabian side Al Ettifaq.
Harry Kane will not sign a new contract with Tottenham and would be keen to move to Bayern Munich if a deal is agreed.
Armando Broja will stay at Chelsea and fight for his place next season despite reported interest from West Ham.
THE DAILY RECORD
Maik Nawrocki is the subject of a substantial bid from Celtic and ‘will leave Legia Warsaw’ as Brendan Rodgers closes in on a defensive target.
Aberdeen are on the verge of completing a move for Israel international Or Dadia.
Calem Nieuwenhof has moved a step closer to becoming a Hearts player after the SFA gave its blessing to the midfielder’s move from Western Sydney Wanderers.
Martin Boyle insists he is aiming to go on Hibs’ Euro adventure and finally end the injury agony that brought his world crashing down last year.
Rangers have tabled an improved £5million bid for Brazilian striker Danilo – and he is actively pushing a move to Ibrox.
Kilmarnock’s decision to reduce its Old Firm ticket allocation for matches at Rugby Park has not resulted in a loss of revenue, the club has revealed.