26 May 2022 | 08:11 | Football
All the headlines and transfer rumours in Saturday’s national newspapers…
If they decide to appoint him as Sean Dyche’s replacement, Sam Allardyce will demand a huge bonus from Burnley and he will be able to steer them away from relegation and guarantee his contract for next season and beyond.
Luke Chadwick says it would be a positive move for Manchester United to bring Steve McClaren back to Old Trafford as Eric Ten Haag’s assistant manager.
Julian Nagelsmann estimates he has received 450 death threats after Bayern Munich were eliminated by Villarreal in the Champions League.
Jack Grealish has watched a new documentary about Paul Gascoigne as he warms up for the FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool.
Manchester United supporters have urged billionaire Elon Musk to halt efforts to take over Twitter and buy the Premier League club from the Glazer family.
The AC Milan owners are in takeover talks with a Bahrain-based asset manager in a deal said to be worth more than £820m.
Liverpool striker Divock Origi is set to join AC Milan on a free transfer in the summer and could be replaced by RB Salzburg’s Karim Adeyemi if he cannot agree terms on a move to Borussia Dortmund.
Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher admits he made now-deleted death threats to Atlético Madrid’s Stefan Savage after his grumpy clash with Manchester City ‘to himself’ It’s really frustrating.”
Leeds United have joined Arsenal and Newcastle in an interest in Hoffenheim midfielder Florian Grelic, who is out of contract this summer.
Manchester United are eyeing River Plate midfielder Enzo Fernandes, 21, who has a £20.6m buyout clause.
Tottenham are said to be “very hopeful” they will beat West Brom and England goalkeeper Sam Johnstone in the summer.
Furious Burnley fans turned to chairman Ellen Pace last night after his shock decision to sack manager Sean Dyche.
Watford’s attempt to beat the drop has been undercut by a possible season-ending injury to Cucho Hernandez.
Arsenal have added Hoffenheim Austrian international Florian Grelic to their list of summer transfer targets.
Nottingham Forest narrowly signed Inter Milan striker Martin Satriano in January, with the Uruguay international opting instead for a loan spell at French side Brest.
Fulham want to keep Liverpool defender Neko Williams on loan next season after a string of impressive performances put them on the verge of a return to the Premier League.
Dusan Tadic is desperate to keep Eric Ten Haag as Ajax boss, calling the Manchester United candidate “one of the best in the world”.
If Alexandre Lacazette is not fit for a Premier League clash with Southampton, Mika Bires could get his first minute in the Arsenal first team this weekend.
Burnley’s training ground was in shock on Friday following the club’s decision to sack manager Sean Dyche.
The Premier League did not disclose to clubs that a law firm run by its interim chairman Peter McCormick examined the takeover when he was appointed in January.
Bournemouth’s Russian-born boss Maxim Demin made what the club described as a “significant personal contribution” to the disaster emergency committee’s Ukrainian humanitarian appeal.
Rob Key will be officially appointed as the new general manager of England cricket next week, succeeding Ashley Giles.
Manchester United will add teenage star Alejandro Ganacho to their squad for Saturday’s Premier League clash with Norwich City after a strong showing for the youth team. Teenage defender Alvaro Fernandez is also available.
Rangers defender Borna Barisic says the team is starting to believe a place in the Europa League final is more than a dream.
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