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Transfer News Live: Dortmund Rejected Erling Haaland Chelsea offer, Manchester United Target Raphael Varane, Antoine Griezmann for Atlético Madrid’s Saul Níguez.



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daily mirror
  • Chelsea want to offer Tammy Abraham to Borussia Dortmund as part of their monster bid to land Erling Haaland.
  • Liverpool have turned down the opportunity to sign Ozan Kabak for £8.5m after his loan spell came to an end.
  • Real Madrid’s wage cap will be slashed by almost £150m for the upcoming season, throwing the future of several stars into doubt.
daily telegraph
  • Leicester will continue contract talks with Youri Tielemans later this month and remain confident of keeping the Belgium international.
  • England star Kieran Trippier is desperate to return to the Premier League this summer, as the right-back waits to see whether or not Manchester United make a new bid for him.
  • Newcastle United believe they are close to finalising a deal that will see Arsenal midfielder Joe Willock return to the club and are also interested in signing Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher.
  • Manchester United fear Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga has his heart set on a move to Spain – while their pursuit of Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane remains ‘cautious’.
the guardian
  • Barcelona are in advanced talks over swapping Antoine Griezmann for Atlético Madrid’s Saul Níguez.
  • Australia’s leading clubs believe this year’s Rugby League World Cup should be postponed for 12 months due to the Covid-19 situation in the United Kingdom, according to one NRL chief executive, but the tournament is set to be given the green light to go ahead as planned on Thursday.
daily express
  • Manchester United’s hierarchy are reportedly at odds over Jesse Lingard’s future.
  • Manchester United are in no hurry when it comes to a deal for Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga, reports say.
  • Barcelona star Antoine Griezmann has approved a potential move away from the club, according to reports.
the sun
  • Harry Maguire has revealed his relief that Gareth Southgate will lead England into the World Cup next year.
  • West Ham will use some of the wages freed up by Felipe Anderson’s Lazio transfer to try and tie Declan Rice down to a bumper new deal.
  • Tottenham are pushing ahead with plans to sign £15million-rated defender Takehiro Tomiyasu, according to reports.
  • Brandon Williams’ loan move to Southampton has hit the skids because of the size of the loan fee, as Manchester United are understood to be looking for more than £2m to let another club borrow the versatile full-back.
  • Borussia Dortmund have reportedly agreed personal terms with PSV Eindhoven ace Donyell Malen.
  • Wayne Rooney hopes to point struggling Derby County in the right direction – after inviting former One Direction pop star Niall Horan along to boost morale.
daily mail
  • Manchester City are monitoring the contract situation of Robert Lewandowski as they attempt to sign an elite centre forward this summer.
  • England players were bombarded with 12,500 hate messages on social media during Euro 2020, despite this being the country’s most successful tournament for 55 years.
  • Fans found to have behaved in an abusive or discriminatory way will be banned from every Premier League ground under new rules agreed by top-flight clubs for the coming season.
  • Juventus have made their interest in Italy star Jorginho known, the Chelsea midfielder’s agent has confirmed.
  • Paolo Maldini has confirmed that Olivier Giroud will complete his move to AC Milan on Thursday after the Italians triggered the Chelsea star’s £1m release clause.
  • Tottenham Hotspur could see their long-standing pursuit of Milan Skriniar hit another roadblock, with the defender ready to commit his future to Inter Milan.
  • Newcastle could be without goalkeeper Martin Dubravka and midfielder Elliot Anderson for the start of the new Premier League season because of injury.
  • Watford are the latest club to run the rule over out-of-contract England youth player Abdul Abdulmalik.
the times
  • British middle-distance runner Oliver Dustin is set to be free to take part in the Olympics after anti-doping authorities accepted there had been cross-contamination of a sample that contained small traces of cocaine.
  • The disruption the coronavirus pandemic could cause athletes at the Olympic Games was highlighted when South Africa’s Olympic rugby sevens squad was forced to move to a designated quarantine hotel after a passenger on their flight to Tokyo tested positive for Covid-19.
daily record
  • Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou admits he’s down to the bare bones after injuries during the pre-season friendly with Bristol City decimated an already thin squad.
  • Rangers linked Joey Veerman has been offered a second chance at Heerenveen despite the ongoing row with the midfielder over his transfer value.
  • Bob MacIntyre admits he’d love a brainstorming session with fellow Scot Andy Murray as he seeks his first Major title at the Open.
scottish sun
  • Celtic have reached agreement with Rubin Kazan for the services of Carl Starfelt, according to various reports.
  • Goalkeeping coach Neil Alexander has abruptly left Dundee United
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