The top stories and transfer rumours from Sunday’s newspapers…


Bournemouth’s England striker Dominic Solanke is available for £65m this summer and Arsenal are one of the clubs interested.

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Our pick of Dominic Solanke’s best Premier League goals for Bournemouth during the 2023/24 season


Manchester City are set to offer Phil Foden a new contract and will make the England midfielder the highest-paid British player in history.

Fenerbahce are planning to enter the race to sign Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood, who has been on loan at Getafe.


Manchester United expect to complete a deal for Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite before June 30 after he was cut from England’s Euro 2024 squad.

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Sky Sports News’ chief reporter Kaveh Solhekol gives greater insight into why Manchester United’s review of Erik ten Hag is taking so long


Leicester City have made contact with former Brighton and Chelsea boss Graham Potter over their managerial vacancy.


Crystal Palace and England star Eberechi Eze has a release clause worth a minimum of £60m and could end up becoming an attractive target for Premier League clubs if he shines at Euro 2024.

Newcastle have offered Burnley £16m for 21-year-old English goalkeeper James Trafford, but the Clarets want £20m.

Fulham boss Marco Silva could become a target for Nottingham Forest if their manager Nuno Espirito Santo leaves the City Ground.


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Watch some of Adam Wharton’s best bits from last season

Atletico Madrid have been linked with Manchester City forward Julian Alvarez but their club president Enrique Cerezo says he does not believe the forward will leave the Etihad Stadium.

Manchester City see Crystal Palace midfielder Adam Wharton as a future signing, but not one for this summer despite Bernardo Silva and Kevin De Bruyne being linked with moves.

Everton’s 22-year-old Belgian midfielder Amadou Onana says he would like to play for an “international world club” having been linked with Arsenal.


Former Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says his Dutch compatriot Erik ten Hag should not be sacked by the Premier League club.

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