All the top stories and transfer rumours from the back pages of Friday’s national newspapers…
Manchester United have refused to trigger the 12-month extension in Paul Pogba’s contract – and remain determined to sell him in the next transfer window.
Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius looks likely to turn down the chance of a £7m move to Wolves.
Ajax star Hakim Ziyech will be free to join Chelsea in a planned £36.6m move in June with the Eredivisie set to be cancelled – but the midfielder won’t be able to play for his new team this season even if it is delayed.
British billionaire Alki David is confident he will attain the naming rights for Barcelona’s Nou Camp stadium in a potentially record-breaking deal.
Kyle Walker and Jack Grealish will avoid being frozen out by England manager Gareth Southgate despite their lockdown antics.
Philippe Coutinho can get back to his best by leaving Barcelona and joining Chelsea, Brazil legend Rivaldo insists.
Sol Campbell is on the brink of quitting as Southend boss.
Sabri Lamouchi is in talks over a new contract at Nottingham Forest while the head coach, his staff and the board are taking significant pay cuts to assist the club during the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus crisis has left some Women’s Championship and National League players homeless and unable to negotiate new contracts.
Real Madrid have been tipped to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba this summer.
Wolves star Adama Traore is being monitored by Liverpool and Arsenal.
Borussia Dortmund are confident they can ward off transfer interest from Man Utd to convince Jadon Sancho to sign an extension to his contract.
Chelsea are struggling to come to a decision on the future of goalkeeper and record-signing Kepa Arrizabalaga.
Man Utd and Man City have been given a free run at Atletico Madrid’s Saul Niguez after Barcelona decided against taking up their first option to buy the midfielder.
Inter Milan have reportedly entered the race to sign Man Utd midfielder Paul Pogba.
Celtic fans have been told to stay away from Parkhead if the Hoops are crowned nine-in-a-row league champions during lockdown.
Jason Naismith insists it would be an honour to wear a Hibs shirt hailing our NHS heroes next season.
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