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Liverpool remain interested in Anthony Gordon – Paper Talk – Sky Sports


Plus: West Ham have approached Metz about signing the Georgia striker Georges Mikautadze; Bayern Munich are set to lodge their final offer for Fulham star Joao Palhinha; Chelsea are in advanced talks to sign left-back Caleb Wiley from Atlanta United.
Sunday 30 June 2024 07:40, UK
The top stories and transfer rumours from Sunday’s newspapers…
Liverpool remain interested in signing Anthony Gordon despite talks over a deal for the Newcastle winger breaking down this week.
West Ham have approached Metz about signing the Georgia striker Georges Mikautadze.
Newcastle have tried to sell three players over the past week. Including the England winger Anthony Gordon, amid fears they could face a points deduction for breaching the Premier League’s financial rules.
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Manchester United hope to reveal their coaching staff for next season in the next few days as positive discussions continue with manager Erik ten Hag about a new deal.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson has played down concern about her fitness ahead of this summer’s Olympics in Paris.
Crystal Palace will be owed a percentage of Lyon defender Jake O’Brien’s next move amid serious Premier League interest in the Republic of Ireland defender.
Security staff around the England partners and families have been told to look out for flying beer cups – as part of plans to ensure there is no repeat of the soaking some suffered in Cologne.
Chelsea have signed Argentina talent Aaron Anselmino but will not see him play for a while as he is remaining at Boca Juniors on loan for at least a season.
Bayern Munich are set to lodge their final offer for Fulham star Joao Palhinha.
Manchester United have stepped up talks for three of INEOS’ top simmer transfer targets as Everton continue to play hardball over Jarrad Branthwaite.
Former Manchester United defender Raphael Varane was in Italy on Saturday for talks with Serie A new boys Como.
Bologna are hoping to spark a Premier League bidding war for defender Riccardo Calafiori as they do not want to sell the £40m rated man to a Serie A rival.
Unsettled Bayern Munich midfielder Joshua Kimmich is hell-bent on moving to the Premier League with champions Manchester City as he wants a reunion with Pep Guardiola.
Arsenal are ready to enter the race to sign Lille star Jonathan David.
Liverpool will face competition from two Premier League rivals for Napoli striker Khvicha Kvaratshkeila, but Napoli are determined not to sell the Georgia star.Paris Saint-Germain boss Luis Enrique is ready to green light a deal which would see Manchester United sign midfielder Manuel Ugarte.
Fulham boss Marco Silva is facing a mass exodus this summer with Willian, Bobby Decordova-Reid and Joao Palhinha all set to join Tosin in leaving Craven Cottage.
Brighton are aiming to seal a deal this week for Dutch midfielder Mats Wieffer after getting closer to Feyenoord’s £30m valuation.
Premier League clubs are on standby to secure a cut-price deal with Galatasaray for former Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.
Promoted sides Southampton and Ipswich are going head-to-head to try and sign Sheffield United striker Ben Brereton-Diaz
Southampton hope to beat south coast rivals Brighton to the signing of AZ Alkmaar right-back Yukinari Sugawara.
Chelsea have discussed including Nicolas Jackson as part of any deal for Newcastle’s Alexander Isak.
Arsenal’s Emile Smith Rowe can go for £25m but is in no rush to leave.
Newcastle have their sights on young American keeper Gavin Beavers ahead of a surprise move.
Manchester United might have trouble getting rid of Casemiro this summer because the Brazil midfielder would cost a small fortune to buy out of his contract.
David Moyes is keen to remain in club management despite loud calls for him to replace Steve Clarke as Scotland boss
Southampton are backing away from a deal to sign winger Jack Clarke because Sunderland want £18m for him.
Nottingham Forest are keen on adding experienced Sheffield United defender John Egan to their squad this summer – he will be a free agent but the Blades would also like him back.
Crystal Palace have inserted a 15 per cent sell-on fee into their deal with Bayern Munich for Michael Olise and are eyeing up free agent Ryan Sessegnon.
Ipswich boss Kieran McKenna knows exactly what characteristics he wants from the six major summer signings he would like to make.
Relegated Luton are keen on loaning two players from Crystal Palace – midfielder David Ozoh and winger Jesurun Rak-Sakyi.
Manchester City want James McAtee to sign a contract extension before deciding where he goes on loan next season, with sister club Girona a possible destination
Leicester City have held talks to sign Paraguay winger Ramon Sosa from Argentinian side Talleres.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder is having to run potential new signings past the club’s prospective new American owners.
Jonny Bairstow is facing up to the prospect of his England Test career being over with his place in the squad to face the West Indies in question.
The Belgian FA has issued an apology after sharing a video to their official social media channels in which Amadou Onana chants about tackling Kylian Mbappe’s shin.
Andy Murray has revealed he is willing to take a “risk” to play a final Wimbledon despite confessing he still cannot yet “move properly”.
Chelsea are in advanced talks to sign left-back Caleb Wiley from Atlanta United.
Hibs are eyeing Ross County striker Simon Murray.
Harry McKirdy has been told to grab his fresh Hibs chance with both hands.
The 2024 summer transfer window in the Premier League and Scottish Premiership is officially open.
The window will close on August 30 at 11pm UK time in England and at 11.30pm in Scotland.
The Premier League and Scottish Premiership brought forward Deadline Day to link up with the other major leagues in Europe. The closing dates were set following discussions with the leagues in England, Germany, Italy, Spain and France.
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