All the main news and transfer rumors from the Thursday papers…
Eintracht Frankfurt is set to receive an offer from Manchester United for French striker Randal Kolo Muani this summer, according to reports in Germany.
Lionel Messi is in line for a £194m-per-year deal to move to Saudi Arabia if he cannot agree the terms of an extended contract with Paris Saint-Germain.
Manchester United will travel to the United States on tour this summer, with a possible trip to Las Vegas and a friendly against Wrexham.
A Marseille fan has gone on a bizarre hunger strike outside the club’s training complex in an effort to get defender Leonardo Balerdi to be sold.
Barcelona have released a special limited-edition kit ahead of their El Clásico clash with Real Madrid on Sunday, featuring the logo of Catalan singer Rosalía: it will cost around £350.
Julian Alvarez is set to sign a new contract at Manchester City that will double his salary to around £100,000 a week for the next five years.
Harry Winks says he has no idea what the future holds for him at Tottenham as he has not been contacted by anyone from the club during his Serie A loan spell with Sampdoria.
Karim Benzema is set to give Real Madrid a boost ahead of this week’s Clasico against Barcelona after reaching verbal agreement on new contract terms.
France’s losing World Cup finalists will each earn around £450,000 from the tournament in Qatar despite failing to beat Argentina to lift the Jules Rimet trophy.
Owen Farrell is set to claim the England No 10 shirt for the Six Nations final against Ireland and Manu Tuilagi is likely to be called up as well.
Paul Pogba faces a professional crossroads as his return to Juventus is turning increasingly sour.
Wrexham co-owner Ryan Reynolds completed the first billion-dollar deal of his business career after selling wireless business Mint Mobile to T-Mobile for $1.35bn (£1.12bn).
Liverpool have recently had both Marco Asensio and Dani Ceballos “within reach” but have been unable to complete the moves for the Real Madrid stars.
Ian Wright feels Arsenal have “hit the jackpot” after signing Leandro Trossard in January following the fallout of his deal to now sign Chelsea winger Mykhailo Mudryk.
England manager Gareth Southgate is losing another member of his backroom staff, with performance psychologist Ian Mitchell joining Chris Powell in leaving his post.
The BBC will face competition from rival broadcasters for its £211m Premier League Match of the Day rights package, which they have owned since 2004.
Nottingham Forest midfielder Gustavo Scarpa is back in England, but is not yet in the right frame of mind to return to action after returning to Brazil to attend court hearings over a cryptocurrency scam that has cost him a fortune. million pounds sterling.
Eton and Harrow will face off on the hallowed turf of Lord’s after the MCC backed down from a controversial proposal to move the home game away from cricket.
Brighton owner Tony Bloom had a day to remember with his side’s 1-0 win over Palace following Energumene’s victory at the Cheltenham Festival, which included a betting coup worth £830,000.
Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani is emerging as the favorite to buy Manchester United amid reports that the Glazer family has so far failed to win sympathy for INEOS owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe.
Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag is preparing another foray at former club Ajax, this time to sign teenager Amourricho van Axel Dongen.
Manny Pacquiao has emerged as a potential shocking opponent for Conor Benn when he returns from his drug testing saga.
American businesswoman Kyle Fox has ended her takeover bid for Rangers after Ibrox club shareholders gave her proposal little thought.