Today’s Football Papers
Pep Guardiola has instructed Txiki Begiristain to bring an end to Vincent Kompany’s Manchester City career by placing the club’s captain on the transfer market.
Arturo Vidal has cheekily left the door open for a summer move from Bayern Munich to Chelsea to rejoin forces with new boss Antonio Conte.
West Ham’s Michail Antonio has turned down the opportunity of a call-up for Jamaica as he still harbours hopes of playing for England.
Chelsea have failed with a £26m bid for Roma defender Kostas Manolas.
Italy star Daniele de Rossi left his World Cup winners medal in the coffin of 92-year-old former kitman Pietro Lombardi.
Arsenal and Tottenham are tracking Portugal U17 midfielder Domingos Quina.
Liverpool defender Jon Flanagan is set to sign a new three-year deal.
Nemanja Vidic has admitted that he wants to manage Manchester United.
Roy Hodgson has warned Wayne Rooney that even being England captain will not make him an automatic choice for Euro 2016.
Antonio Conte will not have total control of transfers when he takes over at Chelsea this summer.
Sassuolo striker Domenico Beradi could still make the switch to Tottenham this summer, according to his agent.
Rafa Benitez has scrapped days off for Newcastle players and ordered double training sessions.
Stoke set sights on France international striker Andre-Pierre Gignac.
Arsenal have been made aware of Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s interest in a summer move to the Premier League with the PSG striker indicating a preference to play in London.
Roy Hodgson reveals he may play John Stones in midfield for England.
Antonio Conte wants to sign Leonardo Bonucci at Chelsea if John Terry leaves the Premier League champions.