All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Wednesday’s national papers…
Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Manchester United remains uncertain – with Europe’s top trio Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich and Roma in the circle if he leaves Old Trafford.
Manchester City are looking to keep skipper Fernandinho at the Etihad next season.
Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are the latest big clubs to keep tabs on Southampton wonderkid Armando Broja.
Djed Spence is in line for an England Under-21 call-up after his sensational performances on loan at Nottingham Forest.
Manchester City are in talks over a £5.4m deal for Atletico winger Mineiro Savio.
Las Vegas police investigating soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo for a 2009 rape allegation sought a warrant to arrest him, but the local district attorney declined to pursue the case, according to newly uncovered documents.
Arsenal manager Josh Kroenke has admitted he finds it ‘difficult to really identify with’ the club’s fanbase, admitting their level of support runs ‘much deeper’ than the fandom in the US .
Sergio Aguero has revealed he never thought he could sprint again and now fears his heart ‘isn’t working properly’ after being forced to retire from football.
Furious Sunderland supporters feel they have been misled after chairman Kyril Louis-Dreyfus revealed the club’s former owners still hold a majority share.
Footballer Emiliano Sala was ‘deeply unconscious’ and near death after inhaling catastrophic levels of carbon monoxide which seeped from the exhaust pipe and into the cabin of the plane he crashed in, according to his investigation.
The FA wants to be home to a new “independent” football regulator, which could oversee the sharing of wealth and the financial management of clubs within the sport.
Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount is set to be out for at least two weeks after suffering an ankle injury which will likely rule him out of the Carabao Cup final.
Fan leaders said they were “appalled” by UEFA’s decision to announce a sponsorship deal with cryptocurrency-based platform Socios.
The England women will play a test match against South Africa this summer in a bid to include more red ball cricket in the women’s schedule.
The Russian teenage figure skater at the center of a doping scandal had taken two legal heart-stimulating drugs and tested positive for a banned substance, it has been learned.
THE TELEGRAPH OF THE DAY
Williams has announced it is dropping its iconic Senna ‘S’ logo, which has appeared on the nose of every Williams challenger since Ayrton Senna’s death 28 years ago. The team said it wanted to “move on” and didn’t want its drivers constantly reminded of tragedy.
Wimbledon should allow Novak Djokovic to defend his title despite his refusal to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Harry Kane is reportedly ready to reunite with Mauricio Pochettino amid reports the Paris Saint-Germain manager will target him if he becomes Manchester United boss.
Arsenal have reportedly set their sights on Christopher Nkunku as Nicolas Pepe’s future remains uncertain.
Porto defender Pepe faces a two-year football ban after being accused of hiding a ball in Friday night’s Portuguese league clash against Sporting Lisbon.