All the top stories and transfer rumours from Monday’s newspapers…
Chelsea are reportedly closing in on Christopher Nkunku’s transfer from RB Leipzig – with only a contract needing to be signed.
David Beckham will make a bid to buy Manchester United, pal Rio Ferdinand has revealed.
Arsenal and Manchester United fans will reportedly be able to snap up sponsorless shirts from next season.
Juventus are targeting a January switch for Manchester United target Nico Williams, according to reports.
Gareth Southgate is set to recall Jordan Henderson and Kyle Walker to England’s starting line-up as he looks to add experience to his team in what is expected to be an intense all-British clash with Wales.
Eddie Jones’ future as England head coach remains uncertain with the RFU unable to say whether he will attend a World Cup planning trip next month.
EDeclan Rice has labelled Phil Foden as England’s ‘most technically gifted player,’ while Manchester City and national team-mate Kalvin Phillips has insisted the attacker’s best position is playing as a number 10.
Liverpool have appointed Jonathan Power as their new club doctor and he will begin the role before the Premier League’s resumption.
Teenage sensation Gavi missed training on Monday, a day after Spain’s 1-1 draw with Germany at the World Cup.
Arsenal legend David Seaman has weighed in on the prospect of Jude Bellingham moving to the Emirates next summer.
Karim Benzema could reportedly still rejoin France’s World Cup squad with the Real Madrid striker believed to be recovering from injury quicker than expected.
Manchester United will have to fork out over £100m if they want to sign Argentina midfielder Enzo Fernandez in the January transfer window.
Barcelona left-back Alejandro Balde has named Manchester United as another club he would like to play for during a TikTok session.
Kyle Walker is in line to start his first England game at this World Cup against Wales, but it remains to be seen whether it will be in a back three or a back four.
Shaun Edwards remains hopeful of coaching England at some point in the future.