All the top stories and transfer rumors from Tuesday’s national newspapers…
Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham will all be in Pot 2 for the 2022-23 Champions League group stage draw, with only Manchester City making it into Pot 1 of the Premier League hopefuls.
It is reported that Manchester United are still eyeing Villarreal winger Arnaut Danjuma despite meeting Jadon Sancho last summer.
UEFA women’s football boss Nadine Kessler is delighted with ticket sales for this summer’s European Championship in England and expects the tournament to be the most competitive in history.
Dean Hoyle will regain full control of Huddersfield Town from Phil Hodgkinson and promises Carlos Corberan money for another promotion attempt.
Manchester City are keeping their eye on youthful Leicester City centre-back Ben Nelson and have also looked at Everton youngster Jarrad Branthwaite as he seeks to add British talent to his squad.
Lens midfielder Cheick Doucoure is one of Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira’s main targets this summer.
Crawley is keen for Arsenal Under-23 manager Kevin Betsy to fill his managerial position after ending his efforts to lure Emma Hayes away from Chelsea.
Emma Raducanu is set to make her first appearance in the UK since her success at the US Open after appearing at the Rothesay Open in Nottingham next week.
The owners of Formula 1 appear to be deeply dissatisfied with the sport’s governing body, the FIA, and in particular with its new president, Mohammed Ben Sulayem.
Manchester United are in contact with Ajax over Jurrien Timber, with Erik ten Hag keen to make the defender one of his first signings.
The invasions on the pitch “cannot continue,” the English Football League chief executive told fans after a clutter-marred end of the season.
Sevilla are planning a £20m move for Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks after he was told he would not feature in Antonio Conte’s first-team plans.
Watford goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann was recommended to Manchester United by former coach Ralf Rangnick.
Boris Becker has decided not to appeal his prison sentence imposed for concealing £2.5million assets.
Bayern Munich stepped up their pursuit of Sadio Mane after Robert Lewandowski confirmed he is leaving the club.
Newcastle have been invited to join the tender for Reims hotshot Hugo Ekitike.
Mark Noble mulls non-playing offer to stay at West Ham
Manchester City are targeting two more summer signings for Erling Haaland and are on the lookout for a left-back and another midfielder to replace Fernandinho.
Ivan Perisic is expected to sign a £180,000-a-week deal to join Tottenham in the Premier League.
Spain has identified players such as Ireland’s Bundee Aki and James Lowe and Scotland’s Pierre Schoeman as part of their appeal against a second consecutive ban from the Rugby World Cup for fielding an unqualified player.
Lord’s faces the embarrassment of thousands of empty seats for its specially dedicated Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Test between England and New Zealand.
Evangelos Marinakis, the owner of Nottingham Forest, has revealed Steve Cooper is seeking a new contract and has promised he will provide ‘ammunition’ for a summer spending spree.
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has demanded an apology from the French government after authorities blamed the club and its supporters for problems at the Champions League final.
Romelu Lukaku is keen to hold talks with Chelsea’s new hierarchy as doubts continue to surface over his future at Stamford Bridge.
EFL clubs will face capacity constraints should the pitching invasions that spoiled the end of the season continue.
Tottenham striker Lucas Moura has detailed his desire to return to Sao Paulo in the future but admits it may have to wait until the end of his career as they could not afford his wages.
Chelsea could use Romelu Lukaku’s desire to return to Inter Milan to bring Lautaro Martinez to Stamford Bridge, according to reports.
Bournemouth striker Siriki Dembele sees it as destiny for him to play alongside brother Karamoko when the teenager’s contract with Celtic expires.
Partick Thistle is keen to loan out Rangers youngsters Kai Kennedy and James Maxwell and could be included in a deal that brings Cameron Cooper to Ibrox.
Crewe Alexandra, Crawley Town and newly promoted Stockport County are interested in Rangers youngster Josh McPake.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Scotland fans could be forced to sleep in shipping containers if they qualify for the World Cup in Qatar as the accommodations have all been snapped up by fans from countries long since qualified for the tournament.
Frank McAvennie doesn’t think £7million-rated defender Christopher Jullien has a future at Celtic.