All the big news and transfer rumors of Friday’s newspapers…
Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal has offered to make Lionel Messi the world’s highest-paid player in a proposed deal that would eclipse Cristiano Ronaldo at rivals Al-Nassr.
A report in Spain claims Real Madrid have Reece James “at the top of their transfer wishlist”.
Arsenal are ready to give competition to Barcelona in the race to sign Brazilian wonderkid Vitor Roque, according to reports.
Chelsea are reportedly plotting to land Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at Inter Milan and in doing so block a return to Barcelona.
Chelsea will reportedly demand £70m from clubs who are interested in signing Mason Mount this summer.
Manchester United are reportedly considering a move for Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Kobel while they attempt to sign David De Gea to a new deal.
Manchester City are investing £300 million to renovate one end of the Etihad Stadium.
Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani’s eye-watering bid to buy Manchester United will reportedly face no issues with the testing of new and tough owners and directors.
Tottenham have reportedly identified Brighton’s Ivan Ferguson as the long-term successor to Harry Kane.
Leeds United could interest Patrick Vieira as their next manager in the summer, according to reports.
The Premier League has reportedly rejected a £15m offer by Netflix to make a documentary about 20 top-flight clubs.
Liverpool are reportedly an admirer of Chelsea defender Levi Colville and could sign the central defender this summer if the Blues are willing to get down to business.
Tottenham Hotspur forward Bethany England has been told not to give up on her dream of representing England at this summer’s World Cup.
Ilkay Gundogan’s agent has denied that the Manchester City midfielder has made a decision on his future following repeated suggestions that the Germany international is joining Barcelona this summer.
The coronation of King Charles will not delay Celtic’s hopes of wrapping up a quick-fire title. Record Sport understands the SPFL has no plans to rearrange the fixture list around three days of royal celebrations, starting with the coronation of the new monarch on Saturday, 6 May.
Lee Johnson fears it will take millions in the Middle East for the lesser lights of the premiership to wrestle power off the west coast of Scotland.
Alfredo Morelos has reportedly narrowed down his next destination to two clubs, Aston Villa and Sevilla.