More: Arsenal will continue to track England goalkeeper Mary Earps; Newcastle United are close to agreeing a new contract with star midfielder Bruno Guimaraes; Youri Tielemans is already unhappy with Unai Emery over his lack of playing time at Aston Villa
10:36 p.m., UK, Friday, September 8, 2023
All the transfer news and rumors from Saturday’s newspapers…
Chelsea fear Romeo Lavia could be out for an extended period after the midfielder’s suspected ankle injury was assessed on Friday.
Arsenal will continue to pursue England goalkeeper Mary Earps beyond this transfer window if Manchester United refuse to sell her before next week’s deadline.
THE TELEGRAPH OF THE DAY
Steve Borthwick’s position as England head coach is not under threat even if his team fails to progress out of the group stage of the Rugby World Cup in France.
Newcastle United are close to agreeing a new contract with star midfielder Bruno Guimaraes in a bid to fend off interest from Real Madrid and Liverpool.
Man Utd goalkeeper Andre Onana will discuss the possibility of representing Cameroon at next year’s Africa Cup of Nations if his international return goes well this week..
Anthony Joshua’s highly anticipated showdown against Deontay Wilder may not take place later this year, promoter Eddie Hearn has warned.
Youri Tielemans is already unhappy with Unai Emery due to his lack of playing time at Aston Villa, just four games into the last Premier League season.
The UFC has filed a lawsuit against the new Pillow Fight Championship (PFC), due to concerns over similarities between the two brands’ logos.
Real Madrid have given the green light to Raul to become Villarreal’s new manager, according to reports in Spain.
Liverpool left-back Kostas Tsimikas is set to sign a new contract. The Greece international has agreed a two-year extension to his current contract which will keep him at Anfield until the summer of 2027.
Barcelona winger Lamine Yamal became Spain’s youngest international player and goalscorer at the age of 16 years and 57 days.
Fans traveling to Marseille for England and Scotland matches on the opening weekend of the Rugby World Cup are being warned they could face fines of up to €150 ( £128) for “obvious public drunkenness” and up to €180 for noise pollution.
Red Bull consultant Helmut Marko has apologized for blaming Mexican driver Sergio Pérez’s fluctuating form on his “cultural heritage”.
Andrew Flintoff has appeared in public for the first time since his Top Gear accident as he joined the England squad for their one-day international series against New Zealand.
Neymar has launched a less than subtle dig at Paris Saint-Germain and former team-mate Kylian Mbappe claiming the Saudi Pro League could be stronger than the French top flight.
Bert Konterman admits he told former Rangers transfer target Tijjani Reijnders to stay at AZ Alkmaar rather than move to Glasgow.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Liel Abada is at the center of a Celtic injury scare after suffering a quad problem with Israel.