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All the top stories and transfer rumors from Sunday’s national newspapers …

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Juventus and Inter Milan sent scouts to watch Conor Gallagher shine for Crystal Palace against Manchester City last week.

Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta has reportedly struck a deal to join Barcelona on a free transfer this summer.

Antonio Rudiger is allegedly set to sign a four-year contract with Juventus.

Daniel Farke is on an emergency hit-list of bosses if Michael O’Neill leaves Stoke.

Tottenham loan star Dejan Kulusevski is starring in a documentary with girlfriend and fellow footballer Eldina Ahmic.

Manchester United are eyeing Dundee United’s goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist as they seek more cover.

Daryll Neita accused the UK Athletics of “blackmail” for threatening to cut her funding if she kept her controversial US coach.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Paul Pogba is back on Barcelona’s radar as he prepares for his Manchester United exit.

Manchester United are weighing up a move for Sevilla goalkeeper Yassine Bounou.

Newcastle are stepping up their interest in Everton defender Ben Godfrey as boss Eddie Howe looks to strengthen his defense ahead of next season.

Newcastle are ready to compete for Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic despite rival interest from Manchester United and Inter Milan.

Prospective Chelsea buyer Sir Martin Broughton has vowed to make keeping Thomas Tuchel a top priority – and would also snub any attempt to revive the European Super League.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Juventus are targeting a massive swoop for Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus.

Paul Pogba is back on Barcelona’s radar as he prepares to exit Manchester United.

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Paul Pogba’s Manchester United contract expires at the end of the season

SUNDAY TIMES

Aston Villa have emerged as the frontrunners to sign Calvin Phillips this summer and are ready to pay a £ 60m transfer fee.

Aaron Ramsdale will not be fit enough to play for England in their upcoming games against Switzerland and Ivory Coast because of a hip injury.

The British Olympic medalist Daryll Neita has said that she felt UK Athletics “blackmailed” her when the governing body said it would remove her funding if she did not cut ties with the coach Rana Reider.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Todd Boehly increased his bid to buy Chelsea after Raine warned bids could be treated as best and final.

The Government last night led a chorus of condemnation over Manchester City’s owner joining United Arab Emirates leaders in welcoming Bashar Al-Assad, the Syrian president and Vladimir Putin ally, to their country.

Sir Dave Brailsford is lined up to join the England & Wales Cricket Board’s high-performance review panel being formed by Sir Andrew Strauss to advise on the restructuring of English cricket from 2023.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Gabriel Agbonlahor says Aston Villa youngster Jacob Ramsey could push for a spot in England’s World Cup squad, if he keeps performing how he is.

Paul Merson has encouraged Declan Rice to switch West Ham for Manchester United this summer.

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Paul Merson thinks Declan Rice could be set for a big-money summer move

Liverpool are closing in on the signing of highly-rated Celtic teenager Ben Doak in a move likely to cost the Anfield club £ 150,000 in compensation.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Tottenham boss Antonio Conte is a big fan of Napoli frontman Victor Osimhen and a summer transfer could potentially be on the cards, reports in Italy claim.

Barcelona are interested in signing Tottenham left-back Sergio Reguilon and could offer two players in a potential swap deal, according to reports.

THE OBSERVER

Erling Haaland is the head of Manchester City’s list of new No 9 targets for this summer’s transfer window.

Nottingham Forest will pay tribute to the victims of the Hillsborough disaster in today’s FA Cup quarter-final against Liverpool.

DAILY RECORD

Ambitious Newcastle have landed Dundee United’s goalkeeping coach Tony Caig.

Defiant Lawrence Shankland insists he hasn’t given up on reclaiming his Scotland place despite being relegated to the Belgian second tier.

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