All the top stories and transfer rumors from the Sunday papers…
Liverpool are poised to end the race for World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister with a £70 million deal for the Brighton midfielder.
Ferland Mendy has been told he could leave Real Madrid in the summer transfer window, while Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal are eyeing a move in a bid to expand their squad.
Chelsea’s future new head coach Mauricio Pochettino is desperate for a new goalkeeper, and Edouard Mendy’s performance against Nottingham Forest underlined why.
Arsenal will face significant competition from Manchester United this summer in the race to get Declan Rice away from West Ham.
Ismaila Sarr is a likely target for Crystal Palace if Wilfried Zaha leaves the club.
Vincent Kompany plans talks with Wout Weghortst when the striker’s move to Manchester United comes to an end.
Sheikh Jassim remains in the race to buy Manchester United, despite Sir Jim Ratcliffe appearing to be in pole position.
James Anderson is unlikely to play any further part in Lancashire’s clash with Somerset due to a groin injury sustained while bowling in the match.
MAIL ON SUNDAY
Mauricio Pochettino gears up to arrive at Chelsea with Lautaro Martinez, Declan Rice, Alexis Mac Allister and Emi Martinez all targeted.
England could appoint a foreign successor to Gareth Southgate, according to FA technical director John McDermott.
Kyle Walker is ready to turn down interest from abroad and complete the last 12 months of his contract with Manchester City.
Arsenal have a Met Police officer stationed at their training ground to prevent players from being targeted by thieves.
Lisandro Martinez is in line for a hefty pay rise this summer – once Manchester United’s ownership story is finally resolved.
The Spurs will finalize the transfer of Dejan Kulusevski on loan this summer.
Football Australia’s CEO is “quite confident and optimistic” that players will be allowed to wear rainbow bracelets at the Women’s World Cup following talks with FIFA.
DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY
Football fans were outraged at the treatment Lionel Messi received from PSG’s echoes as he played for the first time since being suspended by the Ligue 1 club for missing a training session.
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney led the social media festivities after Notts County came from behind again to secure an emotional Wembley promotion via penalties.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Ange Postecoglou confessed that the team was giving up for the first time in its Celtic era – and called the defeat to Rangers a desperate display.
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