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SUNDAY MIRROR

Erik ten Hag is targeting Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante as his first marquee signing in a summer overhaul at Old Trafford.

Chelsea will learn if Real Madrid star Casemiro will be available this summer shortly after the Champions League final.

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N’Golo Kante has become a summer target for Man Utd

Liverpool have reached an agreement with Luis Diaz’s former club Porto which will give them the first refusal on 21-year-old Fabio Vieira.

Liverpool are among the first to sign Jobe Bellingham.

Tottenham and Arsenal are battling to sign Argentina’s latest young superstar Carlos Alcaraz.

Newcastle plan to compete with Barcelona in the battle to land Leeds winger Raphinha this summer.

Dean Henderson

Newcastle have increased their interest in Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.

Bournemouth are keen for ex-Chelsea player Marcel Lewis to move after returning to the Premier League.

THE SUN

Steven Gerrard plans to raid former club Rangers for midfielder Joe Aribo amid rival interest from Crystal Palace and Brentford.

Aston Villa are planning a late move to snatch Marseille free agent Boubacar Kamara on a bumper deal.

Frenkie de Jong is ready to say goodbye to nearly £6m in unpaid wages to land a move to Manchester City this summer.

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Frenkie de Jong could be closing in on a Premier League move

Luke Shaw will wait for a new £180,000-a-week Old Trafford contract until Erik ten Hag approves the terms.

Erling Haaland is at the center of a £50million boot war as Puma and Adidas fight over the out-of-contract forward after the Nike deal ended.

Leicester check Joe Worrall with mixed feelings as Nottingham Forest bid to return to the Premier League.

Crystal Palace midfielder Eberechi Eze is closing in on a late England call-up for the World Cup.

The future of Norwich chief Stuart Webber hangs in the balance as rows and protests mark the end of a miserable season.

Middlesbrough are in the running for Blackburn contract rebel Darragh Lenihan.

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Mel Morris’ controversial settlement with Middlesbrough owner Steve Gibson will finally be settled when he sells Pride Park.

Fulham sign Oldham’s teenage centre-half Damon Park in a bargain deal.

Amir Khan plans to spend more time on the box after his retirement from boxing.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Erik ten Hag wants to keep Manchester United manager Eric Ramsay after leading a series of planning meetings in Holland.

The FA is facing criticism for considering launching a collection of non-fungible tokens as a growing number of elite cubs make deals with cryptocurrency firms as the market crashes.

The ban row from Wimbledon in Russia intensified yesterday as British Davis Cup player Liam Broady made calls for a vote on the tournament being stripped of ranking points.

SUNDAY HOURS

Everton once turned down the chance to buy Erling Haaland for £60,000 because he would ‘lose his effectiveness’ as he gets older.

Cristiano Ronaldo Man Utd Brighton

Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to stay at Manchester United as he sees a future under new manager Erik ten Hag.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Erik ten Hag could be in the stands for Man Utd’s final game of the season against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

Man United outgoing caretaker boss Ralf Rangnick is keen to hold a debriefing with new manager Erik ten Hag to resolve the issues at Old Trafford.

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Ralf Rangnick wants to consult Erik ten Hag before leaving Old Trafford

World Cup hit by new labor camp scandal as Qatar ‘spies on factories among migrant workers’ to crack down on whistleblowers.

Chelsea have been given a huge boost in their bid to expand Stamford Bridge after neighbors revealed plans to sell a substantial ground for £50million.

Erling Haaland has opened a door out of frustration at being picked after his last game against Borussia Dortmund for a drug test.

Man City boss Pep Guardiola wants a specialist left-back and midfielder to bolster his squad this summer.

Wayne Rooney remains determined to stay on as Derby County manager in League One next season “as long as Derby is a fully functioning club”.

Swim England is facing serious questions over its safeguard policies after Britain’s former performance director said ‘all coaches’ were aware of rumors about an alleged pedophile who coached some of the country’s top athletes.




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