All the top stories and transfer rumors from Wednesday’s national newspapers…
Barcelona have beaten Memphis Depay who are being lured by a return to the Premier League, while Arsenal are among the teams interested in the former Man Utd striker.
Former Liverpool striker Taiwo Awoniyi could return to England in the summer but after signing him for just £6m, Union Berlin wants £25m to target Newcastle and West Ham.
Adama Traore’s hopes of a long-term return to Barcelona appear to be waning, with the Wolves loser going through a wobbly form.
PSV Eindhoven striker Cody Gakpo admits he would love to move to the Premier League, where he enjoys watching Liverpool and Virgil van Dijk play.
Manchester United are spending millions on a state-of-the-art upgrade to their Aon Training Complex in Carrington, which includes a games room.
Arsenal are set to offer a new signing for young striker Khayon Edwards, who has been dubbed the “next Bukayo Saka”.
Steve McClaren could return to Manchester United as assistant manager if Erik Ten Hag, who was McClaren’s assistant at FC Twente, takes over at Old Trafford.
Ken Griffin is set to fly to London to negotiate with the Chelsea hierarchy, alongside Tom and Laura Ricketts, while also underscoring his commitment to buying the Premier League club.
Crystal Palace will listen to offers for winger Wilfried Zaha in the summer.
Manchester United are tracking RB Leipzig midfielder Konrad Lainer and, according to reports, could secure his signature with the help of current boss Ralf Rangnick, who has brought him back to the club. Bundesliga in 2017.
Paris Saint-Germain may not have done any favors in their pursuit of Paul Pogba having offered the midfielder less than Manchester United have made in an attempt to keep him.
Their latest set of accounts shows League Two side Salford City, backed by a Class of 92 stars including Gary Neville and Nicky Butt, are losing around £91,000 a week.
Wimbledon organizers are still in discussions with the UK government about the “complex and challenging” participation of Russian players at this summer’s championships.
The French Open organizers have no plans to ban Russian star Daniil Medvedev from this summer’s tournament.
Eddie Jones is in danger of further trouble during his time as a consultant for the Suntory Sungoliaths in Japan after Australia’s Samu Kerevi revealed he had asked about some British secrets.
Andy Halliday feels Rangers’ failure to successfully add to their squad in January is the turning point in the race for the Scottish title.