All the big stories and transfer rumors from Tuesday’s national newspapers …
Juventus and Atletico Madrid are reportedly keeping an eye on Bukayo Saka and are expected to take a step for the Arsenal winger this season.
Tottenham have no plans to change their statues policy, amid calls from fans for the club to produce a lasting memorial for Jimmy Greaves.
Danny Drinkwater called his Chelsea career a ‘mess’ after joining the club in 2017.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is reportedly interested in Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi ahead of the January transfer window.
Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman’s future at the club is uncertain, according to reports in Spain.
Brighton star Yves Bissouma has admitted his “dream” is to play in the Champions League, but is content for the time being with life on the south coast.
Andreas Christensen is set to sign a new deal with Chelsea – after initially being offered a pay cut.
Premier League chief referees are happy with the way VAR is working – despite a controversial weekend.
Atletico Madrid have reportedly rejected the possibility of signing Cristiano Ronaldo this summer.
Manchester United see Franck Kessie as a potential replacement for Paul Pogba, according to reports.
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Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso has said he has become the last Premier League player to stop kneeling because he believes the anti-racist move is losing its impact.
Liverpool are set to pay hit Championship club Derby County a Â£ 100,000 windfall if teenager Kaide Gordon makes his debut this week.
Billy Vunipola is set to be excluded from England’s training squad on Tuesday as head coach Eddie Jones looks to shake up his selection to enter the two-year countdown to the 2023 World Cup.
Andy Murray says he’ll be “always there on the phone” for Emma Raducanu – but he won’t “go for it” with advice because he knows how boring it can be.
Davie Martindale says it’s time for Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou to bring in his own coaching staff.
Celtic star Greg Taylor could face two months away.