All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Thursday’s papers…
Chelsea are ready to name up to five players in a swap deal with Dusan Vlahovic from Juventus.
Liverpool have seen a £51million bid for Real Madrid midfielder Federico Valverde rejected.
Jorge Mendes has offered Arsenal the chance to sign Ruben Neves.
Evander Holyfield is open to an exhibition match against Tyson Fury.
Tickets for Inter Miami are sold for £16,000 after signing Lionel Messi.
THE TELEGRAPH OF THE DAY
Newcastle United are pushing for a sensational deal to sign Inter Milan midfielder Nicolo Barella in a deal believed to be around £50m.
Manchester United saw an opening offer of £40million for Mason Mount rejected by Chelsea, but the Old Trafford club are confident they will not sign a new contract with the Londoners.
Manchester United have ended their interest in signing Harry Kane, believing the money it will take to lure Spurs to Old Trafford is unrealistic.
Everton are facing legal action from Leicester, Leeds, Southampton and Burnley which could cost tens of millions of pounds if they lose their case over an alleged breach of Premier League Financial Fair Play rules, which, according to the Guardian, will be heard on October 25.
West Ham are close to making a decision on the appointment of Tim Steidten as their new technical director. The German made a good impression during talks and met David Moyes this week.
Tottenham could take advantage of Chelsea’s need to get rid of homegrown talent by moving for Conor Gallagher this summer.
PGA Tour players who remained loyal and turned down offers from LIV Golf should be compensated by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund.
Emile Smith Rowe is set to stay at Arsenal this summer, with the England midfielder assured he is part of Arteta’s plans.
Ryan Gravenberch has admitted he will push for an exit from Bayern Munich if Thomas Tuchel can’t guarantee him more playing time next season.
Anthony Elanga has told Erik ten Hag he is ready if called up amid doubts over his future.
Brendan Rodgers is set to accept a sensational return as Celtic manager.
Celtic striker Daizen Maeda has praised Ange Postecoglou – and admits his former boss left him dreaming of a ‘higher stage’.
Playmaker Malik Tillman has called his loan move from Bayern Munich to Rangers the “best move” of his career with a permanent transfer still up in the air.