All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Monday’s national papers…
Chelsea are reportedly hoping to ‘hijack’ Manchester United’s move for Frenkie de Jong and will try to send two players to Barcelona in partial exchange. The Blues could possibly offer current defensive duo Marcos Alonso and Cesar Azpilicueta.
Manchester United have seen a second offer for Brazilian striker Antony rejected.
The FA have launched an investigation after flares were set off during the Community Shield on Saturday.
Juventus fans are scared and cursing their misfortune with the news of Paul Pogba’s injury, with the French star receiving a serious blow just days after the start of the club’s pre-season tour of the United States.
Chelsea have reportedly received a blow in their pursuit of Wesley Fofana as Paris Saint-Germain have joined the race for the defender.
Chelsea have been rejected in their attempts to sign RB Leipzig defender Josko Gvardiol.
Manchester United only have a one in a hundred chance of winning the Premier League title this season – according to a supercomputer.
THE DAILY EXPRESS
Chelsea are simultaneously working on two successful defensive deals. Reports indicate that Leicester City’s Wesley Fofana and Inter Milan’s Denzel Dumfries are both in the crosshairs as Thomas Tuchel offers to build a new backline.
Fulham have offers on the table for Chelsea’s Malang Sarr and West Ham’s Issa Diop. Fulham are believed to have offered both a loan and a permanent offer to Chelsea for Sarr, while Diop’s offer is believed to be at £15million.
European Championship heroines England will party with fans in Trafalgar Square on Monday. Up to 7,000 supporters will be able to attend the free event on a first-come, first-served basis from 11 a.m.
Roberto Firmino has insisted he wants to stay at Liverpool as he moves to quash speculation over his future amid Juventus links.
Former Aberdeen boss Stephen Glass admitted there were probably too many “older players” at Pittodrie when he left the hot seat ahead of Jim Goodwin’s major overhaul.
Fashion Sakala has no interest in leaving Rangers on loan. But the forward wants to meet boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst for talks over his Ibrox future.