All the main news and transfer rumors from the Saturday papers…
Real Madrid are monitoring developments under Harry Kane as they consider forwards to bolster their attacking force this summer.
Second offers for Manchester United are due in the middle of next week, with final offers due around Easter.
Sheffield United have introduced a series of extraordinary cost-cutting measures to avoid going into administration as early as next week.
Wolves were on the wrong end of another refereeing error in their 2-1 loss at Newcastle last weekend, an independent panel has ruled.
Gareth Southgate will support Kyle Walker in the upcoming Euro qualifiers against Italy and Ukraine after the English defender was involved in an alleged incident in a Cheshire bar.
Real Madrid are considering signing Chelsea loanee Romelu Lukaku, according to reports.
Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has met Sir Jim Ratcliffe during the British billionaire’s visit to Carrington amid takeover talks.
Manchester United star Alejandro Garnacho has officially turned down Spain to play Argentina.
The ultras of Paris Saint-Germain have announced that they are planning a protest against Lionel Messi.
Manchester United are set to appoint Adidas executive Matt Hargreaves to lead their soccer negotiations.
Newcastle United striker Miguel Almiron will be out for the next six weeks after picking up a thigh injury during training.
Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad al-Thani’s financial experts are scrutinizing Manchester United’s accounts before making a second offer for the club, with no guarantee this would constitute a bigger offer.
Chelsea have increased their interest in buying a stake in Strasbourg after UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin opened the door to easing restrictions on clubs with the same ownership playing in the same European competitions.
Premier League clubs have told the Football Association that they are producing the highest quality players in Europe, even if the volume of playing time for England-ranked players [EQPs] it has fallen steadily as the league has become more successful.
Robbie Savage has offered to reimburse production staff who won’t be paid after Six-0-Six was canceled during the Linekergate crisis.
Chris Eubank Jr’s cousin, Harlem Eubank, has revealed that the Brighton boxer was not himself on the day of the Liam Smith fight. Harlem, another professional boxer, says he noticed a troubling change in Chris’s body language while he was in the locker room before leaving.
Celtic are pushing for the return of crowds at Old Firm clashes for next season, after it was revealed that rival punters will be barred from entering Celtic Park and Ibrox for the remaining two league fixtures.
Lowland League clubs have greenlit plans for a Conference involving Rangers, Celtic, Hearts and Aberdeen B teams to be established in tier five of Scottish football.