All the key news and transfer rumors from Tuesday’s papers…
The failure of a US-led European Super League in 2021 and Chelsea’s multibillion-dollar buyout of Todd Bohly are believed to be major factors in Fenway Sports Group’s decision to put Liverpool up for sale on Monday.
The news that Fenway Sports Group has put Liverpool up for sale has Red Sox fans excited, as the Bostonians hope the deal will free up resources for their struggling team.
Eden Hazard’s time at Real Madrid looks set to come to an end after both sides agreed that a sorry three-year spell is nearing its end, according to reports in Spain.
Manchester United defender Raphael Varane is ready to be fit for the World Cup despite a tear against Chelsea last month.
Arsenal defender Takehiro Tomiyasu should be back in time to represent Japan at the World Cup, and is not a long-term absentee for the Gunners.
Milan Skriniar’s contract extension talks at Inter Milan are ‘progressing well’, according to Javier Zanetti.
The Daily Mirror
John W Henry has put Liverpool on the market and will demand a staggering £4bn for the club.
Omari Hutchinson could be set to make his Chelsea debut on Wednesday after being asked not to report for international duty with Jamaica.
Graham Potter is taking his Chelsea squad to a warm-weather boot camp just ahead of the World Cup.
Premier League clubs want rules on signing foreign players to be relaxed but face a battle with the FA, which fears doing so will have a negative impact on the England squad.
Manchester City have hired Brentford’s highly regarded analyst Jack Wilson in a role focusing on set pieces.
Manchester United have experienced huge changes in recent times and that will continue when director of football operations Alan Dawson announces his expected departure from Old Trafford.
One of the first decisions facing Julen Lopetegui as Wolves’ new head coach surrounds Fabio Silva’s immediate future.
Liverpool are said to be ‘very optimistic’ of signing Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund in the summer transfer window, according to new reports.
The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) echoed FIFA’s message to focus on football at the World Cup in Qatar, saying it was time to “put differences behind” with the tournament starting in two weeks. be given.”
Oleksandr Zinchenko wants to “dispel the stereotype” of Arsenal being a team that should only be competing for a place in the Premier League top four as their title challenge continues.
Rangers fans will have the chance to grill the under-fire Ibrox board after the date for the annual shareholders’ meeting was confirmed next month.
Martin Boyle will leave for Qatar to build Australia’s World Cup camp.
Luton Town ruled Motherwell starlet Max Johnston again on Friday night.
The Scottish sun
Leeds are looking to extend Stewart McKinstry’s contract.
The Daily Telegraph
Courtney Laws’ return date is uncertain after England skipper Eddie Jones’ 36-man squad to face Japan this week.