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Plus: Erik ten Hag wants to finally bring Frenkie de Jong to Manchester United this summer; Steve McClaren is set to escape the Manchester United cull that is expected at the end of the season; Saudi league leaders Al Hilal will move to land Tottenham forward Richarlison this summer
Sunday 12 May 2024 09:38, UK
The top stories and transfer rumours from Sunday’s newspapers…
SUNDAY MIRROR
Arsenal are ready to listen to offers for at least seven players this summer – while three separate exits are already set in stone. Bids will be considered for Aaron Ramsdale, Eddie Nketiah, Emile Smith Rowe, Kieran Tierney, Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga and Reiss Nelson as Mikel Arteta strives to improve the depth of his squad.
Erik ten Hag is still ‘crazy’ about Frenkie de Jong and wants to finally bring him to Manchester United this summer.
Steve McClaren is set to escape the Manchester United cull that is expected to claim Erik ten Hag and the rest of his backroom staff at the end of the season.
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Manchester City are looking at an alternative loan plan for teenage Argentine sensation Claudio Echeverri following Girona’s shock qualification for next season’s Champions League.
James Anderson could continue as a bowling coach with England after bowing out at Lord’s this summer.
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Max Verstappen has been warned that Mercedes is his only option for a drive next season if he leaves Red Bull.
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Bayern Munich are ready to move for Crystal Palace’s shining star Adam Wharton after missing out on his signing in January.
Manchester United want to sign Jean-Clair Todibo – who plays for Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s French club, Nice – this summer.
Napoli want to sign Tottenham’s forgotten centre-half Radu Dragusin, who has barely featured since signing in January.
Manchester City are ready to move for Everton’s young goalkeeper Douglas Lukjanciks – and could pay as much as £10m for him.
Danish coach Bo Svensson – formerly of Mainz – is emerging as a shock candidate for the Sunderland vacancy.
Chris Rigg will be in the shop window with England U17s this month – and German giants are watching the Sunderland midfielder.
Hollywood star Will Ferrell – who is an investor in 49ers Enterprises, the firm that owns Leeds – is making plans for his first trip to Wembley if the club reach the Championship play-off final.
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Saudi league leaders Al Hilal will move to land Tottenham forward Richarlison this summer.
Luton fans clashed with stewards as their side’s hopes of Premier League suffered a major blow in defeat to West Ham.
Harry Kane is suffering from back problems as Euro 2024 approaches, Thomas Tuchel has confirmed.
Rafael Nadal has thrown into doubt his participation at the French Open after crashing to a straight-sets loss at the Italian Open.
SUNDAY EXPRESS
Liverpool could scupper Arsenal’s hopes of signing Newcastle star Alexander Isak during the summer transfer window.
SUNDAY TIMES
James Anderson will retire from international duty after the first Test of the summer at Lord’s – but looks set to stay on with the team as a bowling consultant.
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EVENING CHRONICLE
Newcastle United scouts have been back in the stands at Stamford Bridge amid interest in Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher with Newcastle keeping their options open in terms of midfielders.
THE ATHLETIC
Standard Liege – the Belgian club owned by prospective Everton buyers 777 Partners – were forced to postpone their game against KVC Westerlo on Friday night due to protests from fans towards their owners.
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