Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Saturday’s newspapers…
Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly is reportedly keen on a move to Manchester United.
Arsenal are interested in signing Crystal Palace youngster Tyrick Mitchell, but face difficulty in concluding a deal on the cheap.
Owen Farrell is understood to have united with Johnny Sexton, Alun Wyn Jones and Stuart Hogg to urge Lions officials the series against South Africa “must go ahead”.
Cristiano Ronaldo has turned down a lucrative offer from the Saudi Arabia tourism authority to be the face of the country’s drive to market itself as a holiday destination.
Olympic chiefs are working with the World Health Organisation to get all athletes vaccinated in a bid to save the Tokyo Games.
Barcelona have reportedly asked a host of major banks to delay debt repayments so that the club can avoid insolvency.
West Ham will receive less than £15m from Ajax from the sale of Sebastien Haller with more than a quarter of the £20m transfer fee owed to a private equity company.
Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has shut down speculation they will sell Leroy Sane just six months after his move from Manchester City.
Manchester United and Paul Pogba will put a decision on the midfielder’s future on the backburner until the end of the title race.
Newcastle are trying to bring in Graeme Jones from Bournemouth as a third assistant manager to help under-fire boss Steve Bruce.
Everton reportedly want £9m for Brazilian winger Bernard amid interest from the United Arab Emirates.
Yaya Toure is reportedly set to take his first coaching role at Ukrainian side Olimpik Donetsk.
Chelsea defender Thiago Silva has been accused of “not getting along with other Blues stars”.
Manchester United target Arkadiusz Milik has joined Marseille on loan from Napoli until June 2022.
Eddie Howe is favourite for both the Celtic and Newcastle jobs as the race hots up for the in-demand manager.
Aberdeen could abandon their plan to build a long-awaited new stadium in Kingsford as it’s claimed they’re in talks with the local council over an alternative.