All the top stories and transferred rumors from the national newspaper on Wednesday …
Barcelona flops are being “tempted” by the return to the Premier League at Memphis Dieppe, with teams interested in a former Man Utd forward with Arsenal.
Former Liverpool striker Taio Aoni could return to England this summer but, after signing him for just £ 6m, Union Berlin want £ 25m for Newcastle and West Ham targets.
Adama Trore’s hopes of a long-term return to Barcelona seem to be fading, with the Wolves going through a bad patch in Lonnie form.
PSV Eindhoven striker Cody Gackpo has admitted that he would love to go to the Premier League, where he enjoys watching Liverpool and Virgil Van Dyke play.
Manchester United are spending millions on state-of-the-art upgrades to their Avon training complex in Carrington, which includes a game room.
Arsenal are ready to offer young forward a new deal to young forward Khayan Edwards, dubbed the “next Buccayo Saka”.
Steve McClaren could return as assistant manager at Manchester United if Eric Ten Hagg, who worked as an assistant to McClaren at FC Twenty20, takes over at Old Trafford.
Ken Griffin is set to fly to London with Tom and Laura Ricketts to discuss Chelsea’s hierarchy and his commitment to buying a Premier League club.
Crystal Palace will hear offers for winger Wilfred Jahar this summer.
Manchester United are keeping an eye on Arab Leipzig midfielder Conrad Lenner and, according to reports, the current boss could secure his signature with the help of Ralph Rangnik, who brought him back to the Bundesliga club in 2017.
Paris Saint-Germain may not have been able to do themselves any favors by offering fewer midfielders than Manchester United to hold Paul Pogba.
Their recent calculations show that the league is losing about £ 91,000 per week, backed by 92 Star of Classes, including side-by-side Salford City, Gary Neville and Nicky Butt.
Wimbledon organizers are in talks with the UK government over the “complex and challenging” participation of Russian players in this summer’s championship.
The organizers of the French Open have no plans to ban Russian star Daniel Medvedev from this summer’s tournament.
Eddie Jones is risking more trouble during his tenure as a consultant to Santori Sangoliath in Japan after the release of Samu Kerevi from Australia when he had already asked about some of England’s privacy.
Andy Halliday thinks the Rangers’ failure to make a successful addition to their squad in January to chase the Scottish title was a turning point.