All the top stories and transfer rumours from Sunday’s national newspapers…
THE DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Man City have held more talks over a move for Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland, with the club willing to pay the striker the same basic wage as Kevin De Bruyne, along with lucrative add-ons.
Manchester United have placed a £40 million price-tag on unsettled England keeper Dean Henderson.
THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Manchester United will pay some of Dean Henderson’s £120k-a-week wages if he leaves Old Trafford on loan next season at reignite his career.
Liverpool are targeting Calvin Ramsay with the Aberdeen right-back wanted as cover for Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Derby boss Wayne Rooney wants to sign ex-Manchester United team-mate Phil Bardsley in the summer if the Rams avoid relegation from the Championship.
MAIL ON SUNDAY
Burnley’s ‘shocked’ stand-in manager Michael Jackson was told Sean Dyche was sacked after being called into the chairman’s office when he arrived to take U23s training – and promises there won’t be wholesale changes to their style against West Ham.
Carlo Ancelotti has claimed Luka Modric ‘will finish his career’ at Real Madrid despite his contract running out at the end of the season.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has bemoaned the inexperience of his side, suggesting that they could be on par with the Premier League’s elite if they had ‘world-class’ stars.
Lyon launched a cheeky attempt to convince West Ham star Issa Diop to move to the club in the summer prior to their Europa League clash last week.
Incoming Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has decided his Ajax assistant Mitchell van der Gaag will join him as he pieces together his Old Trafford backroom staff, with Robin van Persie primed for a role.
Monaco’s dressing room poked fun at Aurelian Tchouameni after he was linked with a move to Manchester United last year.
Mikel Arteta has hinted that Martin Odegaard could be Arsenal’s next captain as the Norwegian wore the armband against Southampton.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Rangers are speaking to the authorities in a bid to help them accommodate their Europa League semi-final tie, but RB Leipzig are said to be content to stick with an onerous schedule of matches which sees them face a Monday evening clash with Borussia Moenchengladbach prior to visiting Glasgow.