All the top stories and transfer rumors from Tuesday’s newspapers…
Chelsea are among the clubs monitoring Aaron Ramsdale’s status at Arsenal after his place in Mikel Arteta’s first XI against Everton went to summer signing David Raya from Brentford.
Manchester United staff have expressed concerns about the growing influence of Erik ten Hag’s agent Kees Vos in transfer activity at Old Trafford.
Michail Antonio claims Mohamed Salah wanted to leave Liverpool this summer for Saudi Arabia but was “locked out” by the Reds and told he was not going.
Cristiano Ronaldo received a raucous welcome in Iran when his Al-Nassr side arrived for their Asian Champions League clash with Persepolis.
Four Manchester United stars were involved in bust-ups after Saturday’s 3-1 defeat by Brighton with captain Bruno Fernandes confronting Scott McTominay and defensive partners Lisandro Martinez and Victor Lindelof also lost to each other.
David De Gea could be on the verge of a LaLiga return with reports in Spain suggesting Real Betis are ready to sign the unemployed former Manchester United keeper.
Thomas Tuchel will not be on the bench when Bayern Munich take on Manchester United in the Champions League on Tuesday due to a ban carried over from last season.
Arsenal are considering a move for Borussia Dortmund teenager Jamie Bynoe-Gittens, whose progress in the Bundesliga has been compared to Jude Bellingham.
Mesut Ozil is being lined up to take up a boardroom role as general manager of the Turkish national team according to reports in Germany.
England will have to play qualifying matches for Euro 2028 even if they are the tournament’s main hosts under the plan being considered by UEFA, which only plans to offer two automatic spots for the five co-hosts if they fail to pass their respective groups.
Everton’s prospective new owners 777 Partners will have to pay £140m to two lenders for the club’s new stadium if their deal to buy Farhad Moshiri goes ahead.
Wales’ national advisor on sexual violence has alleged that he was sexually harassed during Cardiff City’s win over Swansea City on Saturday night.
A pay dispute between the England team and management could overshadow next month’s Cricket World Cup bid after protracted talks stalled over new central contracts, with officials bracing for the players to refuse new deals for years.
THE SCOTTIS DAY
Celtic coach Darren O’Dea is in the frame to replace Billy Dodds as manager of Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Former Rangers star Nacho Novo took his first steps in management after he was named assistant boss of United States League One club Lexington SC who were nicknamed “the boys in green!”