All the major headlines and transfer news from Monday’s national newspapers …
Liverpool are holding their breath following the star player’s defeat to Togo in Senegal.
“Rangers should consider appointing Michael Carrick as their next coach,” said Charlie Adam.
Italian hero Gianluigi Donaruma ‘hurt’ and ‘crowded’ by failing to displace Keylor Navas as PSG No. 1.
Arsenal could loan out the Folarin Ballogo along with the 20-year-old, who needs some playing experience.
Kevin Campbell says West Ham star Michael Antonio will make a real difference to Arsenal’s front line.
Lazio midfielder Sergei Milinkovich Savich has backed Arsenal and Tottenham target Duzan Vlahovich to become ‘one of the greatest’.
Adrian Rabiot closes speculation linking him with a move to Newcastle
British players plan to hold a summit on how to make a positive impact on human rights issues in Qatar.
Manchester United are hoping that Zinedine Zidane’s close relationship with Cristiano Ronaldo and Rafael Varane could persuade him to join the club.
Real Madrid star Gareth Bale is in trouble with the Spanish press after playing for Wales’ 100th senior international on Saturday.
Antonio Rudiger has been linked with a move to Bayern Munich this summer, according to reports.
Juventus are not a big fan of Swedish international, but Dejan Kulusevsky is open to selling Massimiliano Allegri.
Newcastle are surprisingly the most stable team in all five of Europe’s major leagues, joining Manchester City and Liverpool in the rankings, according to a new study.
Aaron Ramsey aims to return to the Premier League when Wales play their World Cup qualifier early next year.
Kylian Mbappe has revealed that the French star could leave Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer.
Eric Ten Hag has given his future to Ajax, with speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United and Newcastle.
According to reports in Spain, Barcelona coach Xavi is considering signing Chelsea stars Christian Pulisic, doctor Zinedine Zidane and Calm Hudson-Odoine.
Xavi believes Salah is key to rebuilding Camp Nou Barcelona are set to make a move for the Egyptian away from Liverpool.
Greek football has been embroiled in a corruption scandal after a referee’s car was smashed with a metal bar.
The Scottish Sun.
Scottish hero Kenny Dalish Rangers has said he should hire Frank Lampard at Giovanni Van Bronchhorst.
Andy Postcoglou supported Ryan Cristy to lead Celtic to lasting success.
Stocks are set to bolster their interest in signing Hearts defender John Suther – after his brother suffered a knee injury on international duty.
Giovanni Van Bronchhorst is preparing a back-up team to help Ranger await the call to find out if his dream has returned to Glasgow.