All the headlines and transfer rumors from Thursday’s newspapers…
Arsenal have identified Palmeiras’ Danilo, Shakhtar Donetsk’s Mykhailo Mudric and Villarreal’s Jeremy Pino as transfer targets.
If the long-time rivals were to share the ring, Deontay Wilder would knock Anthony Joshua out cold, according to the American’s trainer.
Mauro Icardi has reportedly sacked his wife Wanda Nara as his agent after she claimed £870,000 on her Galatasaray loan.
Erling Haaland is sweating on fitness after going to hospital to check on his leg injury.
Former Premier League star Moussa Sissoko is to cough up more than £60,000 after failing to pay his energy bills.
Manchester United could “cut their losses” on forgotten Donnie van de Beek for £40m.
Liverpool are considering a move for Heung Min Son after reports emerged that the Premier League Golden Boot winner is eager for a new challenge.
Jude Bellingham insists he can form the perfect partnership with Declan Rice at the World Cup.
Former Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has revealed that “Erling Haaland, Dusan Vlahovic, Christopher Nkunku, Josko Guardiola, Luis Diaz and Alvaro Morata were transfer targets but the club rejected the summer signings.”
Unai Emery has made his first big decision since being appointed Aston Villa manager, giving Paco Aistara the chance to become his assistant.
Investigators have reportedly found secret documents signed by Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus that show the club promised the former striker €20m (£17m) during the Covid-19 pandemic.
La Liga president Javier Tebas has launched another attack on Paris Saint-Germain, publicly saying the French giants should be fined for financial misconduct.
Ian Poulter has dismissed Rory McIlroy’s claims he felt ‘betrayed’ by his Ryder Cup teammates heading into the LIV series.
New Zealand Rugby have admitted they have forgotten about the World Cup they are hosting after being criticized for scheduling conflicts between their All Blacks and Black Ferns sides.
Tottenham are ready to pay £26.1m for Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie as Antonio Conte looks to bolster his midfield.
Thierry Henry has revealed that his former team-mate Zinedine Zidane will be the next manager of the France national team.
Barcelona fans sang for former star Lionel Messi as they watched their side crash out of the Champions League group stages on Wednesday night.
Philippe Coutinho is set to be ruled out of next month’s World Cup in Brazil due to his poor form for Aston Villa.
With Courtney Laws and Owen Farrell ineligible to face Argentina on Sunday, Ellis Genge has emerged as the front-runner for the England captaincy.
Former United States President Barack Obama is reportedly in talks to buy the Phoenix Suns from disgraced owner Robert Sarver.
Claudio Bravo says his time at Manchester City has been “successful in every way”.
Tottenham Hotspur are set to offer Pierre-Emil Hojbjerg an improved contract to reward the midfielder for his impressive performances this season.
Unai Emery hopes to bring some of his Villarreal staff to the Premier League when he takes over at Aston Villa.
Australia has become the first team at next month’s World Cup to jointly condemn human rights abuses by host nation Qatar.
Emma Raducanu’s former coach has revealed that the decision to leave the former US Open champion’s support team this month was due to red flags that could not be ignored.
After Race 92 was scrapped in Scotland, they were “shocked and surprised” to have Finn Russell attend this autumn.
Sergio Garcia has admitted there is “no point” in extending his Ryder Cup career after becoming the focus of anger among European players, but he has denied the anger is believed to be at the root of the animosity.
Harry Maguire is back in contention for Manchester United after injury and could get game time due to Raphael Varane’s hamstring problem.
Defender David Moyes is close to handing Nayef Agward his West Ham United debut as he nears his return from a three-month injury lay-off.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta said his technical director is hopeful Edu will stay at the Emirates for a long time.
The Scottish Sun
Josh Ginnelli is confident Hearts can turn their European campaign around.
Former Hearts captain Perry Kitchen has retired at the age of 30 after more than a year on the sidelines through injury.