All the top stories and transfer rumours from Sunday’s national newspapers…
Barcelona have told Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah he can join their incoming galaxy of stars at the Nou Camp next summer.
Manchester United have joined the race to sign Christian Eriksen following his return to the Premier League, with new boss Erik ten Hag looking for midfield reinforcements.
Ajax are set to increase their bid for Spurs forward Steven Bergwijn by offering £18m for the Netherlands international this week.
A group of protesters who ran onto the track before the Epsom Derby were taken away by police after causing the race to be delayed.
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David de Gea is the clear favourite to get the captain’s job at Manchester United ahead of Harry Maguire under Erik ten Hag.
Arsenal are ready to offer Gabriel Jesus nearly £200,000-a-week to try and tempt him to join from Manchester City.
Wolves want Morgan Gibbs-White to sign a new contract – as rivals Southampton and Nottingham Forest battle for his signature.
Jose Mourinho is being lined up to replace Mauricio Pochettino as Paris Saint-Germain manager.
Blackburn have been urged to take a serious interest in Duncan Ferguson – by Champions League-winner Carlo Ancelotti.
Joe Joyce has called out Tyson Fury for a Battle of Britain, promising to “give it” to the Gypsy King.
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Gareth Bale has hinted he will not be retiring despite his exit from Spanish giants Real Madrid this summer.
Michael Owen has drawn comparisons between West Ham’s England midfielder Declan Rice and his former Liverpool team-mate Steven Gerrard.
Initial medical checks show that Alexander Zverev tore ‘several lateral ligaments’ in his right foot during his French Open semi-final with Rafael Nadal on Friday.
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Tottenham’s hopes of signing Alessandro Bastoni have been given a boost by his representative.
Paris Saint-Germain are considering a surprise move to make Jose Mourinho their new head coach.
Sadio Mane has never asked for a new contract in his bid to leave Liverpool this summer, although the club are set to make a major profit on any deal to Bayern Munich negotiated one year before the end of the striker’s existing deal.
England are in advanced talks with Ireland about playing a one-off Test next summer, before the 2023 Ashes.
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Manchester United are “optimistic” of sealing their first summer signing Barcelona star Frenkie de Jong under new boss Erik ten Hag.
Former Chelsea star Alex has been forced to have a heart bypass operation aged just 39.
England fans could face the death penalty if they are caught smuggling cocaine to the World Cup in Qatar.
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Celtic are closing in on the signing of Bayern Munich starlet Christopher Scott.