All the top stories and transfer rumours from Saturday’s national newspapers…
Barcelona are putting together an “extensive package” laden with incentives to try and tempt Erling Haaland to join them at the end of the season.
Manchester United’s hopes of a windfall from Andreas Pereira’s move to Flamengo could be over as the Brazilian club are unhappy with the midfielder’s recent form.
France’s president Emmanuel Macron is reported to be lobbying for Kylian Mbappe to stay at Paris Saint-Germain beyond this summer when his contract expires.
Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley is facing a driving ban after being caught using his phone while at the wheel of his £150,000 Mercedes-AMG.
Bolton Wanderers striker Dion Charles believes he can become the next Jamie Vardy and go from non-league football to the Premier League.
Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta is seriously considering a return to Spain in the summer with Barcelona interested in making him a high-profile free agent signing.
Michail Antonio firmly believes West Ham team-mate Jarrod Bowen should be in Gareth Southgate’s next England squad.
Former Aston Villa and Leeds United defender Brendon Ormsby, who suffered a stroke in 2013 which left him unable to speak, has been told he is probably suffering with brain condition chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly keen on signing Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney for Real Madrid in the summer.
Incoming Arsenal goalkeeper Matt Turner says he has not signed for the club to act as back-up and plans to fight Aaron Ramsdale tooth and nail for the No 1 shirt.
Newcastle United sent a scout to watch Porto take on Lazio on Thursday with Nigeria left-back Zaidu Sanusi said to be the main player they were interested in taking a close look at.
Steve Bruce wanted to bring veteran midfielder Mohamed Diame to West Brom but was unable to secure a deal for the free agent because of the complications of post-Brexit international transfers.
Tottenham have asked head coach Antonio Conte to stop speaking to the Italian media over the fallout from his interview with Sky Italy earlier this week.
Yorkshire’s cricket rebuild is descending into civil war with chairman Lord Patel facing claims his deal to get international cricket back has reduced the club to an “ECB franchise”.
Phil Mickelson has been dubbed “egotistical” over his comments about golf’s Saudi breakaway tour and is receiving backlash for them from locker room colleagues.
St Mirren are looking at Aberdeen midfielder Scott Brown as their main target to replace Pittodrie-bound Jim Goodwin.