All the big news and transfer rumors of Thursday’s newspapers…
Harry Maguire is in line for a £10m payment from Manchester United if he leaves Old Trafford this summer.
Despite being relegated with Leeds in his first season in the English top flight, Willy Gonto is attracting interest from the Premier League and Serie A.
Tottenham are risking disruption to their summer transfer plans amid ongoing uncertainty over their lengthy search for a head coach and director of football.
Sam Allardyce will meet Leeds on Thursday to discuss his future at the club.
Police will fill Olympic Way in an attempt to keep the peace between fans of the two Manchester clubs at Saturday’s FA Cup final.
Arsenal are stepping up their bid to land Manchester United and England star Alessia Russo, having previously failed with a world record offer.
Novak Djokovic has been warned by the French sports minister that his nationalist, anti-Kosovo message was ‘not appropriate’ and the Serb has been told not to ‘get involved’ in politics again at Roland Garros.
Joao Felix could go straight back to England after being offered for Newcastle.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has reportedly agreed a move to Serie A giants AC Milan.
Leeds winger Jack Harrison looks set for an immediate return to the Premier League despite his team’s relegation on Sunday.
Lionel Messi is ready to play for Barcelona for free but is being stopped by LaLiga rules, reports suggest.
Manchester United are beating four clubs to sign Brazilian striker Marcos Leonardo.
David Raya’s agent has warned Brentford to lower his £40m valuation or risk losing him for nothing.
Prosecutors have heard how Mark van Bommel was held at gunpoint by a player who wanted a contract at Royal Antwerp FC.
Luis Enrique is set to join the Premier League club this summer after turning down the opportunity to take over at Napoli.
Chelsea have given Manchester City permission to hold talks with Mateo Kovacic ahead of a possible move this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur are planning to sign Dejan Kulusevski permanently when his loan expires next month.
Brentford have appointed Lydia Bedford as head coach of their men’s under-18 team.
Liverpool are close to securing a deal to buy back their former Melwood training ground as the base for their women’s team.
Michael Antonio says fellow West Ham United striker Gianluca Scamaca does not suit manager David Moyes’ style of play.
Dani Ceballos is considering Real Madrid’s most recent contract offer as he decides whether to stay at the club beyond the summer.
Manchester United have agreed personal terms with Mason Mount, while Chelsea have allowed Mateo Kovacic to hold talks with Manchester City ahead of a summer overhaul at Chelsea under new manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Sam Allardyce will meet Leeds United on Thursday with hopes that he will not stay on as head coach following their relegation to the Championship.
Sources close to the R&A have suggested that Donald Trump will never materialize his dream of hosting the Open at his Turnberry golf resort.
World No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka refused to answer questions about her relationship with Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko in a tense press conference on Wednesday.
The Premier League has been accused of failing to keep a promise to guarantee match access for fans who use wheelchairs.
The Treasury’s sanctions police are reviewing the finances of Everton Football Club owner Farhad Moshiri.
Newcastle are ‘very close’ to signing young Spanish midfielder Gabriel Viega, according to reports.
Tottenham could compete with Newcastle United for the signatures of Leicester City’s James Maddison and Harvey Barnes this summer.
UEFA wants a cap on the total amount clubs can spend on player wages and transfers in a single season and is working on a proposal that could satisfy the EU.
Thomas Tuchel told Declan Rice that he sees him as the perfect holding midfielder for his Bayern Munich team in a bid to persuade the West Ham United midfielder to join the German club instead of Arsenal this summer.
Karim Benzema is considering a surprise offer from Saudi Arabia, with Real Madrid already drawing up contingency plans to replace the striker – including a possible move for Harry Kane.
Jose Cifuentes’ transfer to Rangers is almost certainly going to be completed soon, according to a report.
Newcastle United are reportedly targeting Celtic full-back Mitchell Frame.