All the top stories and transfer rumors from Saturday’s papers…
Barcelona and Juventus are in the race to sign Crystal Palace star Wilfred Saha.
Gerard Pique has foregone £44m worth of wages in a bid to help cash-strapped Barcelona
Man Utd believe Marcus Rashford and Diogo Dalot will extend their stays and sign new contracts.
Kurt Zuma has spoken of the shame of kicking his cats: “I have huge regrets”.
Four members of England’s band were reportedly involved in a Qatari-funded scheme to spy on their fellow supporters during the World Cup and publicly promote the host country in exchange for a free tour.
Leeds United have to pay RB Leipzig £18.4m for Jean-Kevin Augustin – after the Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected their appeal.
Lewis Hamilton looks set to make further forays into the music industry after American electronic dance group Major Lazer teased his involvement in the making of their latest material.
The Brooklyn Nets have suspended Curry Irving for five games without pay after he refused to apologize for sharing a link to an anti-Semitic movie.
Forty England fans are set to pay to travel to Qatar as part of a ‘Fan Leader’ program run by the host nation, where they are expected to spread positive messages about the country.
Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos has admitted the team’s defense is lacking after Casemiro left for Manchester United.
Manchester United have seen their hopes of signing Porto goalkeeper Diogo Costa tied to a new five-year deal with the Portuguese at his current club.
James Milner says turning his back on football’s drinking culture led to 20 years at the top of the game.
Leicester City have opened contract talks with Youri Tielemans.
Despite the midfielder’s latest sub-par display for Manchester United, Erik ten Haag isn’t ready to give up on Donnie van de Beek just yet.
UEFA paid Celtic more than £25m to take part in the Champions League this season – $7.6m more than Parkhead side rivals Rangers.
The Scottish Sun
Celtic chief executive Michael Nicholson revealed he was alerted to the lack of CCTV coverage after encountering broken glass in Joe Hart’s goalmouth at half-time during the Old Firm clash at Ibrox last April.