Papers: Arsenal need £150m to sign Vlahovic in Jan
All the top stories and transfer rumours from Tuesday’s national newspapers…
Arsenal must commit a staggering £150million if they want to complete a move for priority January target Dusan Vlahovic.
Tanguy Ndombele is losing his battle to convince Antonio Conte he can adapt to his Tottenham revolution with the club set to make him available this month.
Footballers have been told to turn up to matches in their own cars as part of plans to tackle the Omicron crisis.
Borussia Dortmund are trying to persuade Erling Haaland to stay at the club and are optimistic about their chances of doing so, according to club chief Sebastian Kehl.
Jarrod Bowen is using Mohamed Salah as his inspiration as he spearheads West Ham’s bid for glory on three fronts and edges closer to an England call-up.
Arsenal are looking to make some emergency loan signings after being hit by more Covid cases ahead of their Carabao Cup semi-final against Liverpool.
Tanguy Ndombele and Tottenham could be priced out of a parting of the ways this month.
Joe Root is poised to remain as England Test captain and oversee an overhaul of the team in the wake of their Ashes series defeat in Australia.
Manchester City’s top-of-the-table clash against Chelsea on Saturday is expected to go ahead despite the recent Covid outbreak within Pep Guardiola’s squad.
Mercedes are increasingly confident that Lewis Hamilton will return to racing in an effort to secure a record eighth Formula One world championship.
England stars are expected to have their involvement in the Indian Premier League curtailed so that they have more time to prepare for Test series.
Fresh doubt has been cast on European fixtures involving English clubs playing in France this week amid fears strict travel rules could wreak more havoc on the Champions and Challenge Cups.
Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou won the fight for Charlotte FC’s Riley McGree and then slammed the door shut on any fresh moves from Udinese for Stephen Welsh.
Tsuyoshi Ogashiwa’s proposed move to Hearts is hanging in the balance as Robbie Neilson faces a battle to land his man.
Al Faisaly have made Martin Boyle a life-changing offer that would see the Hibs star make in excess of £1.5million a year.
Aberdeen forward Marley Watkins will miss the Premiership’s restart with Rangers as Stephen Glass continues to reshape his squad.
Injured Billy Gilmour is sweating on his fitness for Scotland’s crunch World Cup play-off against Ukraine in March.
Scotland’s national clinical director Jason Leitch has suggested limits on the number of fans at games in Scotland might not be lifted in time for the Premiership’s return.