All the latest transfer gossip and football stories in Saturday morning’s national newspapers.
Manchester United are ready to join the race to sign Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling and are willing to pay £50m for the 20-year-old.
The new agent of striker Romelu Lukaku has declared the Belgian star would not have joined Everton if “they had met earlier” and he is now destined for one of the world’s top teams.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is not concerned about picking Raheem Sterling to go up against Arsenal, reportedly one of the top clubs wanting to acquire his services.
Mark Hughes says midfielder Steven N’Zonzi should be picked by France after a very impressive season for Stoke.
Manchester United will increase their efforts to secure the signature of Germany defender Mats Hummels with the 26-year-old Borussia Dortmund star claiming he is for sale this summer.
QPR striker Charlie Austin is desperate to play for England but says Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge, Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck and Tottenham’s Harry Kane are ahead of the queue.
The Guardian analyse the drama at Newcastle united and say the club’s rise from loss to profit has “come at a price”.
Anderlecht’s Honduras winger Andy Najar is keen on playing for Arsenal with his price tag likely to be around £4m.
Scotland winger Matt Phillips is being targeted by West Brom in case QPR are relegated this season.
Paulo Dybala’s agent has revealed there is interest from Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United in the Palermo striker.
Speaking ahead of the local derby, Newcastle United manager John Carver has revealed his anger at Paolo Di Canio’s actions and says he wanted to attack the former Sunderland boss because of his lively goal celebrations.
Romelu Lukaku is better than Chelsea’s Diego Costa, says the agent of the Everton striker.
Former Rangers striker Marco Negri has revealed he left Ibrox because he feared he had AIDS.