The highest tales and switch rumours from Sunday’s newspapers…
Jean-Clair Todibo will not rule out a summer time change to the Premier League amid curiosity from Chelsea and Manchester United.
Eintracht Frankfurt boss Dino Toppmoller has issued a grovelling apology to Donny van de Beek after leaving the Manchester United loanee out of his European squad.
Xabi Alonso’s Bayer Leverkusen continued their excellent unbeaten season with a thumping win over Bayern Munich.
England supervisor Gareth Southgate has parted firm along with his long-term agent, Terry Byrne.
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Legendary former Manchester United supervisor Sir Alex Ferguson has claimed that Tottenham won’t ever win the Premier League.
Premier League chief govt Richard Masters is dealing with mounting criticism from a big group of golf equipment who’ve united in opposition to his management.
Liverpool are reportedly monitoring Tosin Adarabioyo forward of a possible transfer in the summertime, with the Fulham defender probably being out there on a free switch.
Burnley boss Vincent Kompany has claimed he solely acquired a yellow card in the course of the 3-1 defeat by Liverpool as a result of Jurgen Klopp had already wound up the referee.
Dele Alli was noticed within the stands for former membership Tottenham’s conflict at house to Brighton.
Michael Duff’s hopes of a return to administration at Huddersfield will hinge on whether or not he strikes to the realm.
Sheffield Wednesday will make a brand new bid for Duncan McGuire in the event that they keep within the Championship.
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Actual Madrid are sweating over Jude Bellingham’s health after the Englishman limped off towards Girona.
Manchester Metropolis icon Richard Dunne believes Erling Haaland will go away the membership in two years’ time.
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Scotland boss Steve Clarke faces a significant harm sweat over rising hero Aaron Hickey.
Scott Brown says ref Willie Collum was by no means going to present Rangers star Fabio Silva a crimson card in Ayr United’s Scottish Cup defeat at Ibrox.