All the top stories and transfer rumors from Thursday’s national papers…
Erik ten Hag will get £200m to spend on signings at Manchester United this summer, while up to 12 players could leave.
Manchester United have agreed a £2.5m compensation package with Ajax for Erik ten Hag and his assistant Mitchell van der Gaag.
Manchester United players have been briefed on the imminent appointment of Erik ten Hag as their new boss as the restructuring progresses ahead of his arrival.
Erik ten Hag will give Donny van de Beek the chance to revive his Manchester United career.
Roma manager José Mourinho is ready to offer Nemanja Matic an escape route from Manchester United.
Tottenham face competition from Everton in the battle to sign West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstone.
Lionel Messi will not make a sensational return to Barcelona this summer and will stay at Paris Saint-Germain.
Borussia Dortmund are reportedly planning to increase the liability of Jude Bellingham in an effort to stave off interest from Liverpool and Real Madrid.
Real Madrid remain confident that Kylian Mbappe will join them this summer, but Manchester City signing Erling Haaland removes their galactic alternative and leaves them trying not to ponder the consequences of opting for both and ending up with neither.
Tottenham are preparing a bold £42m double whammy for two Torino defenders, Wilfried Singo and Gleison Bremer, according to reports in Italy.
Tottenham are set to make Dejan Kulusevski’s loan deal permanent at the end of the season.
Real Madrid are hoping David Alaba will be fit to face Manchester City in the Champions League next week after suffering a hamstring injury against Osasuna.
Marco van Basten says Erik ten Hag should think twice before accepting the opportunity to manage a Manchester United team that he says were “walking around Anfield like defeated people” in the middle of the week.
Wimbledon is bracing for legal action after its decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players from this summer’s event, while the tournament could also be affected by reduced ranking points.
Ottis Gibson is among the favorite candidates to become England’s new Test manager, despite recently signing a three-year deal to take over as Yorkshire head coach, and his relationship with a number of players is likely to veterans, including potential captain Ben Stokes, work in their favor.
Manchester United are desperate to confirm Erik ten Hag as their new manager soon to avoid the possibility of a huge fan outcry before they face Chelsea next Thursday.
Manchester United’s best chance of signing Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger would be if he qualified for next season’s Champions League.
Manchester United have identified Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic as a potential replacement for Paul Pogba.
Manchester United have reportedly reignited their interest in Pau Torres as part of a massive squad overhaul this summer.
Paul Parker fears that Manchester United may not be able to attract some of his main transfer targets due to criticism leveled at the previous purchase of Harry Maguire.
Tottenham are interested in signing Youri Tielemans this summer.
Arsenal loan officer William Saliba is being eyed by Atletico Madrid ahead of the summer transfer window.
Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly keen to part ways with defender Sergio Ramos after just one season.
Daniel Sturridge is set to be released by the Australian team Perth Glory.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta will receive funding to strengthen himself in three key positions this summer.
Singapore could host two Grands Prix this season and Formula One is considering a replacement for the canceled race at the Russian resort of Sochi.
Antonio Conte will tell Daniel Levy and Fabio Paratici that Tottenham need up to six new signings to compete in the Premier League and in Europe next season, but the club faces a balancing act between home players.
Tottenham will consider a summer move for January target Djed Spence, who has enjoyed an impressive season with Nottingham Forest, and would also love to sign Kalvin Phillips but may not be able to compete financially with Manchester United.
Rangers are eyeing top prospect Antony Alves with growing interest in Brazilian talent, according to a report in Portugal.
Liverpool have set their sights on Aberdeen youngster Calvin Ramsay, according to a report.
Dave Cormack has claimed that Aberdeen had another manager lined up before appointing Stephen Glass.
Rangers have been left out of a new SPFL business deal with football-based non-fungible token platform Sorare due to an existing relationship with one of its main competitors.