All the top stories and transfer rumors from the papers on Friday…
Real Madrid are confident of winning the race to sign Jude Bellingham in the upcoming summer transfer window.
Manchester United are eyeing the transfer of Monaco and France defender Axel Disasi.
Cristiano Ronaldo and his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez are said to have broken the law in Saudi Arabia as it is illegal for unmarried couples to live together – but they will not be punished by the authorities.
Eden Hazard has been given the chance to revive his career by Turkish giants Fenerbahce, according to reports.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is said to have given the Gunners the green light to make a shock bid for Declan Rice in the summer.
The San Francisco 49ers takeover of Leeds United could face resistance from a Middle Eastern buyer.
Aston Villa boss Unai Emery is on the verge of spending £15m on Real Betis left-back Alex Moreno.
Anthony Joshua has been told he is not a good fit for Tyson Fury’s plans for 2023 – but could instead fight Joe Joyce and Daniel Dubois.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta has insisted Frenkie de Jong is “not for sale” in a blow to Manchester United.
Arsenal and Newcastle are said to be tracking Napoli winger Hirving Lozano.
According to reports, Leandro Trossard is ready to leave Brighton in the summer after turning down a new contract at Amex Stadium.
Erik ten Hag is at odds with his former club Ajax after reportedly asking a price of nearly £40m for striker Mohammed Kudus.
England international rugby players may need to accept lower wages if Gallagher Premiership is to have a sustainable future, according to club executives.
Harry Kane says he will remember for life his penalty miss against France – but insists it makes him even more hungry for success with Tottenham and England.
Cristiano Ronaldo wants Pepe to join him at Al Nassr.
Brendan Rodgers has called on Leicester to sell anyone who does not want to stay at the club during the January transfer window – including seven players whose contracts expire in the summer.
Aston Villa and Middlesbrough are in advanced talks over Cameron Archer’s loan deal.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta remains convinced that a new European Super League competition that will initially rival the Premier League will become a reality in the next two years.