All the top stories and transferred rumors from the national newspaper on Friday …
Premier League Manchester City are under renewed pressure to complete an investigation into alleged breaches of the rules after the club claimed that the club had violated the rules and regulations governing young players.
Manchester United have a shortlist of three to strengthen their midfield options over the summer, with Leeds United’s Calvin Phillips looking to be a more achievable signature than his England teammates Declan Rice and Jude Bellingham.
Manchester United chiefs are hoping Marcus will persuade Rashford to stay – and revive his career at Old Trafford.
Paul Pogba has reportedly “decided” to return to Juventus from Manchester United this summer.
Avoiding the drop would cost Leeds ও 48 million for players and staff.
According to reports, Liverpool are watching Senegalese star Sadio Arnaut Danzuma of Villarreal as a possible replacement for Mann.
Donnie van de Beck is ready to get a second chance at Manchester United if Eric Ten Hague is appointed as their new manager.
Manchester United Ajax Wonderkid are set to lose Ryan Gravenberg’s contract.
Bruno Ledge has warned Manchester United that they will not sign Reuben Neves cheaply this summer.
Several Premier League teams are looking for Braga defender David Carmo.
Sevilla have told Anthony Marshall to “do what we want” because the striker’s debt fight continues.
John Terry has scratched his golf barrier – making him better than golf-mad Gareth Bale.
Manchester United will provide substantial funding for Eric Ten Hague this summer, even if the club misses out on Champions League qualifiers, and are ready to give their potential new manager a detailed shortlist of transfer targets.
Danish coaching guru Brian Sorensen, one of Europe’s top talent developers, has emerged as the leading candidate for the new manager of the women’s Super League team Everton.
Eric Ten Hag could cost just 20 20 million for the Manchester United squad if the club fails to reach the Champions League and qualifies due to UEFA’s new financially sustainable rules.
Arsenal and Tottenham have been dealing a blow as Newcastle have prepared a big money Paolo DiBalla soup.
According to reports, Paris Saint-Germain had hoped that Manchester United would choose Mauricio Pochettino as their next manager.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has been given the opportunity to take his ‘dream’ first step in international football, with Brazil willing to pay him 10 10m a year to become their new manager.
Frank Lampard has maintained the full support of owner Farhad Moshiri and the board of Everton despite losing to Burnley on Wednesday night.
The Manchester United scouts were in Spain on Wednesday night to push Arnat Danzuma Villarreal to a Champions League win over Bayern Munich.
Bruno Laz believes Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves will cost his potential suitors 100 100 million if he leaves the Wolves.
After a 1-1 draw in the Europa League, the Barcelona players were furious about the condition of the pitch at Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt, Eintracht.
Former Liverpool forward Taio Aoni is the target of both West Ham and Newcastle after scoring incredible goals in the Bundesliga this season.
Manchester United have told six players, including Dean Henderson, Donnie van de Beck and Anthony Marshall, that they will have to stay at the club next season, only players who are out of contract will be allowed to leave before a new director is appointed.
When Arsenal face Brighton on Saturday, Buccayo Saka is set to take on a temporary left-back role in response to Mikel Arteta’s call.
Unai Emery has been spotted targeting former club Arsenal after guiding Villarreal in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final against Bayern Munich.
According to reports, Paolo DiBalla is interested in going abroad, Juventus has made it clear that he is not part of their initial contact with Arsenal.
Shinji Kagawa admits that the sudden retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson has left its mark on him because he endured the short spell of Manchester United.
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin insisted there was no “bad blood” after the air talks with Andy Concepcion.
Robbie Nielsen is firmly behind Hartz’s plans to join Celtic and Rangers by fielding a “B” team in the Lowland League.