All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Tuesday’s national papers…
THE TELEGRAPH OF THE DAY
Tottenham Hotspur will offer Antonio Conte six summer signings in a plea for the Italian to stay. Tottenham chief football officer Fabio Paratici will speak with Conte during his flight to Italy this week.
AC Milan are preparing a new contract for England defender Fikayo Tomori after a string of impressive performances during their Serie A success.
Manchester United duo Alex Telles and Hannibal Mejbri have been named as the two Manchester United stars who were involved in a scuffle at the training ground earlier this month.
Manchester City are aiming to find a new central midfielder, with Leeds United’s Kalvin Phillips topping a list of replacements for outgoing captain Fernandinho.
Burnley owners are seeking new loans to help pay off their existing debt as they grapple with the financial calamity of the club’s relegation to the Championship.
Tottenham complete a free transfer for Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster to provide additional support for current No.1 Hugo Lloris.
The Formula 1 race in Monaco “is at risk of being removed from the calendar” with growing concerns the sport “has passed the harbour”.
Sebastian Vettel ‘chased thieves on a scooter’ after being robbed in Barcelona. The Aston Martin star sued the thieves after stealing a backpack from his car, according to reports.
Senior Tottenham stars have urged the club to back Antonio Conte in the transfer market this summer with Arsenal target Gabriel Jesus and former Spurs playmaker Christian Eriksen among the names under consideration.
Wolves have offered Morgan Gibbs-White a bumper new contract after a superb loan spell with Sheffield United alerted Serie A champions AC Milan to his abilities.
Dorset Police have unofficially reminded three officers of their responsibilities after they were caught on CCTV celebrating Bournemouth’s promotion to the Premier League on the Vitality Stadium ground earlier this month while off duty.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is considering a move for Roma striker Tammy Abraham amid a busy summer which will most likely see nine senior players leave the club.
Raheem Sterling will think about his future at Manchester City after Nations League matches in England in June, when his contract with the Premier League champions enters its final year.
The Monaco Grand Prix is no longer the jewel in F1’s crown and could lose its annual slot in a busy schedule.
Bob Arum says Tyson Fury could come out of retirement to face the winner of Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk.
Edinson Cavani was furious after the Manchester United hierarchy ordered him to hand over the No.7 shirt to Cristiano Ronaldo at the start of the season, according to reports. The Uruguayan striker wore the shirt in his first season at Old Trafford but had to give it up two days after Ronaldo returned to the club.
Everton are ready to offer Burnley defender James Tarkowski a deal worth around £5million a season to tempt him to Goodison Park.
Arsenal want to sign Getafe left-back Mathias Olivera according to reports in Italy, another hint that Nuno Tavares may not have a long-term future at the Emirates.
Justin Thomas credits caddy ‘Bones’ Mackay with winning the PGA of America.
Kylian Mbappe has denied his new contract with PSG gives him the power to influence transfers, sack the manager and appoint his sporting director of choice, saying he ‘will not go beyond the role of footballer “.
Manchester City will continue their efforts to sign a central midfielder and are considering making a bid for Leeds United’s Kalvin Phillips.
Celtic have agreed terms with Cameron Carter-Vickers over a permanent transfer to the Scottish champions but still face a mid-June deadline from Tottenham to finalize the transfer fee or they will allow other teams to move in.
THE SUN OF SCOTLAND
Rangers are considering a move for Millwall teenager Zak Lovelace, the second-youngest player to play senior football for the Championship club at the age of 16. Cross-border rules mean he could join the Ibrox club for just £200,000 in compensation.