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Manchester United must pay Bayern Munich £42m to bring Matthijs de Ligt to Old Trafford – Paper Talk – Sky Sports


Plus: Newcastle fear Anthony Gordon’s head may have been turned after the winger was offered to Liverpool; Chelsea striker Armando Broja says he has had offers from clubs in Serie A, the Bundesliga and the Premier League; Celtic are keen on a move for Burnley defender Dara O’Shea
Tuesday 2 July 2024 07:27, UK
The top stories and transfer rumours from Tuesday’s newspapers…
Man Utd will need to pay Bayern Munich £42m if they want to bring defender Matthijs de Ligt to Old Trafford.
Jordan Pickford is ready to repeat past heroics and take a penalty against Switzerland should he be required to do so.
Julen Lopetegui plans to take David Moyes for a coffee before launching his era at West Ham United as the Spaniard pledged to bring new ideas and “big noise” to the club next season.
New Zealand and South Africa plan to revive traditional long-form tours from 2026 in a bid to match the commercial might of British & Irish Lions series.
The Scottish Rugby Union has announced that 35 jobs are set to go as part of a ‘financial reset’.
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Man Utd’s new shirt sponsorship deal with US IT company Snapdragon is worth £59.3m per season – with no penalty if United fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Newcastle fear Anthony Gordon’s ‘head may have been turned’ after the winger was offered to Liverpool.
Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted the European Championship in Germany will be “without doubt” the last of his glittering career.
Wimbledon will not be showing any Euro 2024 matches over the next fortnight, including England’s quarter-final against Switzerland on Saturday.
Kingsley Coman has left France’s European Championship camp following Monday’s round-of-16 victory over Belgium ahead of the birth of his fourth child.
Barcelona’s plan to raise hundreds of millions of euros to help fix their severe financial problems by floating a ‘Barca Media’ on the NASDAQ stock exchange in New York is officially over.
National football associations represented in this summer’s European Championship have been fined more than €1.2m (£1m) by organisers UEFA during the tournament group stages.
Representatives of Saudi Pro League side Al Qadsiah have travelled to Spain for discussions with representatives of Atletico Madrid striker Alvaro Morata.
St Johnstone youth defender Callan Hamill is training at Arsenal’s academy with a view to a potential transfer next summer.
Unsettled Bayern Munich star Joshua Kimmich is hell-bent on joining Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.
Ezri Konsa is in line to replace the suspended Marc Guehi in England’s defence against Switzerland on Saturday.
Anthony Gordon was denied his dream move to his boyhood club after Liverpool failed to make a bid that matched Newcastle United’s asking price.
Wimbledon has received a major boost in its fight with local residents over an expansion plan, with a poll revealing that over half of Londoners are in favour of the proposal.
Jude Bellingham made a similar ‘crotch-grabbing’ gesture when Real Madrid played Barcelona in April – backing up his claim the gesture he made following his goal against Slovakia was not directed at his opponents.
Kylian Mbappe celebrated in front of Jan Vertonghen after the Belgian defender scored an own goal against France.
Marc Guehi completed England’s win over Slovakia with a painful shoulder injury that required an injection at half-time.
Copa America referee Kevin Ortega refused to shake Christian Pulisic’s hand after a furious bust-up with the American captain.
West Ham technical director Tim Steidten has insisted the uncertainty around Lucas Paqueta is not affecting their transfer strategy, with the forward awaiting his case to be heard after being charged for breaking the Football Association’s betting rules.
Newcastle United winger Miguel Almiron has emerged as a target for Al-Ettifaq.
Chelsea striker Armando Broja says he has had offers from clubs in Serie A, the Bundesliga – and the Premier League.
Kevin De Bruyne stormed out of an interview after a “stupid” question following Belgium’s defeat to France.
Marc Guiu has penned an emotional letter to Barcelona staff after joining Chelsea.
Italy suffered from a broken dressing room during Euro 2024, according to reports.
Arsenal have pocketed a tidy near £4m windfall after Chelsea sold Omari Hutchinson to Ipswich Town.
Arsenal have announced that Amario Cozier-Duberry and Reuell Walters have been released by the club.
F1 icon Lewis Hamilton is reportedly in talks with Gresini Racing about purchasing the satellite Ducati MotoGP squad.
Celtic want to make a summer move for Burnley defender Dara O’Shea.
Unsure Celtic target Martin Dubravka admits he wants immediate answers from Newcastle United after they signed two goalkeepers with his future up in the air.
Former Dundee United boss Tam Courts is closing in on a sensational move to Saudi Arabia as he gets set to link-up with former Rangers supremo James Bisgrove.
Sead Haksabanovic has claimed that Brendan Rodgers forced the Celtic board into selling him this summer.
Scotland chiefs are backing Steve Clarke – despite the Euro 2024 nightmare.
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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