The main transfer news and rumors from Sunday’s newspapers…
Jean-Clair Todibo is not ruling out a move to the Premier League in the summer amid interest from Chelsea and Manchester United.
Eintracht Frankfurt manager Dino Toppmoller has humiliatedly apologized to Donny van de Beek after leaving the Manchester United loanee out of his European squad.
Xabi Alonso’s Bayer Leverkusen continued their outstanding unbeaten season with a resounding victory over Bayern Munich.
England manager Gareth Southgate has broken up with his long-term agent Terry Byrne.
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Legendary former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has claimed that Tottenham will never win the Premier League.
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters faces growing criticism from a major group of clubs who have united in opposition to his leadership.
Liverpool are reportedly monitoring Tosin Adarabioyo ahead of a possible summer move, and the Fulham defender could be available on a free transfer.
Burnley manager Vincent Kompany claimed he only received a yellow card during the 3-1 defeat to Liverpool because Jurgen Klopp had already dealt with the referee.
Dele Alli was seen in the stands during former club Tottenham’s home clash against Brighton.
Michael Duff’s hopes of managing at Huddersfield again will depend on whether he moves to the area.
Sheffield Wednesday will make a new bid for Duncan McGuire if he remains in the Championship.
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Real Madrid are sweating over Jude Bellingham’s form after the Englishman limped off against Girona.
Manchester City icon Richard Dunne believes Erling Haaland will leave the club within two years.
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Scotland manager Steve Clarke is facing a major injury to emerging hero Aaron Hickey.
Scott Brown says referee Willie Collum was never going to give a red card to Rangers star Fabio Silva in Ayr United’s Scottish Cup defeat to Ibrox.