Top stories and transfer rumors from Tuesday’s newspapers…
Celtic have been eyed as a potential destination for Jordan Henderson as he looks to exit the Saudi Pro League.
Manchester United are close to reaching an agreement to sign Queen’s Park goalkeeper Callan McKenna.
Serie A side Lecce are exploring the possibility of signing Celtic defender Gustaf Lagerbielke on loan – according to a report from Italy.
Tiger Woods has just announced that he will part ways with Nike after 27 years and receiving about 500 million USD from sponsorship contracts.
Colin Graves, who was Yorkshire’s chairman during much of the coverage of their racism scandal, is ready to secure a new takeover this week with the club just a month away is bankruptcy.
Everton midfielder Jarrad Branthwaite is on Real Madrid’s radar ahead of a potential summer move.
Arsenal have missed out on the race for highly-rated Croatian teenage striker Dino Klapija.
Wolfsburg’s teenage centre-back David Odogu is attracting interest from Arsenal, Brentford, Chelsea and Leicester City.
Wolves striker Sasa Kalajdzic believes he still has unfinished business in the Premier League despite signing a loan deal with Eintracht Frankfurt.
Meanwhile, Bayern also has information related to Fulham defender Tosin Adarabioyo, whose contract will expire in the summer.
Grimsby Town is mourning the shocking and tragic death of Cameron Walsh, a ‘loved member of their youth team’. The club announced on Monday night that the 16-year-old passed away along with his dad Dave on Saturday in a ‘tragic incident’.
A new report suggests Jose Mourinho is considering his future as Roma manager, with his current contract set to expire in the summer.
Mohamed Salah’s agent has responded to a report from March 2023 claiming that his client wants to move to Spain. Salah’s agent has denied claims from last year that the striker was keen to leave, which raises questions about timing.
Erik ten Hag has issued a warning to Manchester United transfer targets by saying it would be easier to play for “most other teams”.
Manchester United are expected to hold further talks over a new contract for full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the coming days.
Northumbria Police have launched an investigation into a malicious tweet about Gary Speed after Newcastle knocked Sunderland out of the FA Cup.
Mohamed Salah missed a penalty for Egypt in their AFCON warm-up match to extend his miserable penalty record.
An Arsenal transfer has been leaked as a deleted photo shows an American star preparing to complete a deal. The Gunners have been linked with USWNT defender Emily Fox and fans of the club have been given a surprise gift by the photography website.
Borussia Dortmund’s “angry” icon Marco Reus has denied leading a coup by players against embattled coach Edin Terzic.
According to reports, Manchester United have drawn up a shortlist of four people for the role of their new director of football. Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Dave Brailsford are set to restructure the way the Red Devils run the football business.
VAR will not be used in the Carabao Cup semi-finals, it has been confirmed.
Sunil Gavaskar has defended India’s pitch preparations and criticized the “whining and whining” about them during England’s Test tour just weeks away.
Nottingham Forest and Everton will find out on Monday January 15 whether they face new Premier League charges for breaching financial regulations
Michail Antonio could be out of action for six weeks with his latest knee injury, which could force West Ham to change their transfer plans this month.
Serie A Bologna is negotiating with Celtic about signing young player Rocco Vata. The Italian side is monitoring the son of former Celtic defender Rudi.
Alfredo Morelos has agreed to take a 50% pay cut to stay and try to help Santos return to the top flight in Brazil.