All the best stories and t ansfer rumors from Friday’s national newspapers…
The group led by American tycoon Todd Boehly are leading the race to buy Chelsea, according to their rivals.
Wolves boss Bruno Lage says the club have slapped a £100m price tag on Ruben Neves amid rumors of interest from Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham.
Tammy Abraham has refused to rule out a return to England amid rumors linking him with a move to Arsenal.
Manchester United and Liverpool have been fined £8,000 by UEFA after Atletico boss Diego Simeone was bombarded by fans at Old Trafford and the Reds delayed their kick-off against Benfica.
AC Milan is the latest club to be taken over by billionaire Arab owners.
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Martin Atkinson and Jonathan Moss, two experienced Premier League referees, will retire at the end of this season.
Rob Key has signaled the end of England’s rest and rotation policy after admitting the Test squad were “very, very far” from Australian level.
Fewer than half of cricket fans believe the sport has a problem with racism, according to a new survey, despite major furore in recent months over the Azeem Rafiq case.
Jurgen Klopp committing to a new contract which will extend his stay as Liverpool manager until 2026 could convince star players Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane to strike their own deals this summer.
Manchester United have been dealt a blow to their hopes of signing Frenkie de Jong this summer after former Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman poured cold water on suggestions the club will cash in on the Dutch midfielder this summer.
Manchester City are hoping Kyle Walker will be available for the second leg of their Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid next week.
Ralf Rangnick will not speak to his Manchester United successor Erik ten Hag until mid-May.
Aberdeen star Calvin Ramsay has admitted “it’s good” to be linked with a summer move to Liverpool.
St Pauli could still face Hearts and Aberdeen to land Wolves midfielder Connor Ronan this summer.
St Mirren will sign Trevor Carson from Dundee United this summer for a small fee and are set to reunite with their former Morecambe manager, Stephen Robinson.
The Northern Ireland international is set to reunite with manager Stephen Robinson at the start of the new season.
Calum Butcher may have kicked his last ball for Dundee United as Tam Courts revealed the midfielder will no longer play for the club this season.
Hundreds of Rangers fans were heard singing a banned sectarian song on the streets of Leipzig ahead of the Europa League semi-final.