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The top stories and transfer rumours from Monday’s newspapers…

DAILY STAR

Liverpool are interested in signing Newcastle winger Anthony Gordon.

THE SUN

Donny Van De Beek’s agent claims Manchester United are blocking a move to another Premier League club.

Premier League clubs are poised to battle it out for former Leeds winger Raphinha.

Barcelona have been knocked out in the group stages of the Champions League since they last reached the knock-outs in 2020/21

Sheffield United are planning an ambitious bid for Sunderland keeper Anthony Patterson.

Oleksandr Usyk has revealed he could vacate all the heavyweight titles if he defeats Tyson Fury in their historic unification fight.

Italian side Napoli want to sign Spurs’ forgotten centre-half Radu Dragusin.

Fulham are looking at former Leicester defender Caglar Soyuncu as a potential replacement for Tosin Adarabioyo.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has met with Labour leader Keir Starmer to discuss Manchester United’s plans for a potential new stadium and regeneration of the wider Trafford Park area.

Exeter’s Greg Fisilau put himself in the frame for England’s tour of New Zealand after outshining Harlequins’ England duo Chandler Cunningham-South and Alex Dombrandt.

DAILY MAIL

Newcastle are now clear favourites to land free agent Tosin Adarabioyo this summer.

Fulham's Tosin Adarabioyo during the Premier League match at Craven Cottage, London. Picture date: Saturday March 2, 2024.

Real Madrid are reportedly aiming to make Bayer Leverkusen’s Florian Wirtz their marquee signing for the 2025-26 season.

The YouTube prankster who gatecrashed the stage at the BAFTAs with the Oppenheimer cast has managed to find his way onto the Manchester United team bus.

Misfits Boxing’s event in London descended into chaos on Saturday after a mass brawl broke out in the crowd – with security guards forced to step in.

The away dressing room at Old Trafford was flooded after heavy rain struck Manchester on Sunday evening.

THE GUARDIAN

A concerned Novak Djokovic says he will undergo extra medical tests in relation to being struck by a water bottle after crashing out in the third round of the Italian Open.

DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal are ready to listen to offers for at least seven players this summer – while three separate exits are already set in stone.

Arsenal target Alexander Isak held talks with Newcastle’s Saudi chairman Yasir Al Rumayyan on Saturday.

Millwall have agreed a deal with Tottenham for defender Japhet Tanganga.

Liverpool star Luis Diaz has played down suggestions of a summer exit by insisting “great years are coming” for the Reds.

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The Old Trafford waterfall was on show again as the heavens opened after Manchester United’s match against Arsenal

THE ATHLETIC

Manchester United have cancelled the club’s traditional end-of-season awards dinner as the club’s on-field form nosedived towards the end of the campaign, with the club saying they do not want to provide any distractions ahead of the upcoming FA Cup final against Manchester City.

DAILY EXPRESS

Tottenham Hotspur have been given a new opportunity to sign their transfer target, Vitor Roque, who has a staggering £430m release clause.

DAILY RECORD

Steven Gerrard discusses his contract extension at Al-Ettifaq

Steven Gerrard has opened up on his summer transfer plans with Rangers duo James Tavernier and Connor Goldson being tipped with a move to the Saudi Pro League.

SCOTTISH SUN

Hibs fans staged a sit-in protest after their side’s 4-0 thrashing at home to Aberdeen.

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