All the news and rumors from Wednesday’s newspapers…
Manchester United are said to be in talks with agents for Kodi Jaco as they look to pounce on the PSV star.
Cristiano Ronaldo has suffered a major blow in his search for his new club after his departure from Manchester United, with Bayern Munich ruling out the possibility of his inclusion.
Chris Wilder threw his hat in the ring for the vacant Queens Park Rangers job.
Chelsea manager Graham Potter and owner Todd Boyle are considering a move to first-choice goalkeeper in the summer, putting the futures of Kepa Arrizabalaga and Edouard Mendy in doubt.
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli’s departure from the club is seen as a major blow to attempts to revive the Europa League.
Danny Curry, who joined Eddie Jones’ staff as training co-ordinator last month to try and improve the culture in the England dressing room, is already thinking about his position.
RFU’s plans for a 20-team competition featuring Premier League and Championship teams will be blocked by teams in the second tier
The Daily Mirror
Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois said that if Belgium found out who was “leaking” information about alleged assaults within their team, he would be removed immediately.
Bayern Munich are said to be “still working” on a deal to lure Harry Kane from Tottenham with the England captain ready to make a decision on his future after the World Cup.
Manchester United transfers targeting Cody Gakpo and Jeremy Frimpong could cost the club up to £65m this winter, it is reported.
Juventus could be forced into a major sale that would attract Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal.
Manchester United and Brazil player Anthony notably claimed that the air conditioning in World Cup stadiums made him sick.
Midfielder Carlos Soler, who only joined PSG at the end of the summer window, is already linked with a move away which is sure to spark interest from former suitors Arsenal.
The Daily Telegraph
Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard denied rumors of a major rift in the Belgium squad, despite a frank exchange between the players during the team meeting.
Journalists from Israel, who are usually barred from being in Qatar, had little help trying to interview fans at the World Cup, many of whom were openly hostile to them once it became clear where they were from.
Bookmakers have stopped betting on World Cup Man of the Match awards amid talk that tipsters on social media are urging followers to vote for some players even if they are performing poorly.
Ten of the women who accused Cleveland Browns quarterback DeShawn Watson of sexual misconduct while a member of the Houston Texans are planning to attend his first game after the suspension, which takes place in the Texas city on Sunday, to prove she “isn’t.” Something is over.”
Aberdeen manager Jim Goodwin has been warned not to expect an “uncomfortable” 90 minutes when his side Darville take on West of Scotland in the Scottish Cup.