All top stories and transfer rumors from Tuesday’s newspapers…
Chelsea and Arsenal are targeting Porto’s Brazilian winger Pepe but they have to pay a £65m fee.
Manchester United believe Alejandro Garnacho will sign a new contract at Old Trafford in the near future after expanding talks with his representatives.
Cristiano Ronaldo says he wants to end his Manchester United troubles and return to Real Madrid.
Christopher Nkunku is set to join Chelsea in the summer transfer window despite RB Leipzig confirming the player will face an unspecified knee ligament injury, according to a report in France. Le10Sport.
Supporters say Jude Bellingham will pocket £200m after the 2022 World Cup after becoming England’s second-highest young goalscorer.
Alex Fletcher has left Bath City in intensive care after sustaining a serious head injury in the National League South match against Dulwich Hamlet this month.
World Rugby said it was “looking at the circumstances” of what happened in Dublin on Saturday when Australia’s Nic White was allowed to return to the field despite an apparent brain injury in the second half of his side’s 13-10 defeat. against Ireland.
Jack Grealish kept his promise by dedicating his goal in England’s 6-2 World Cup win over Iran to a disabled schoolboy.
Iran’s goalkeeper Ali Beiranvand has been rushed to hospital after suffering a knee injury against England.
An American journalist was arrested after refusing to enter a World Cup stadium in Qatar on Monday.
Swiss football is mourning the loss of former international Karim Gazzetta, who committed suicide.
Leicester Tigers are set to offload Steve Borthwick to England and were tipped to replace Stuart Lancaster this summer before opting to join Racing 92.
Liverpool’s Darwin Nunez limped off the field just days before Uruguay’s World Cup opener with an ankle problem, but was able to return after spending time with the medical team.
Roma boss Jose Mourinho is interested in signing Barcelona defender Hector Bellerin in the January transfer window.
Mick Beale is the frontrunner to replace Giovanni van Bronckhorst as Rangers manager.