All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Tuesday’s papers…
Arsenal could get the perfect revenge on Chelsea for signing Mykhailo Mudryk earlier this month by beating them in the race to sign Everton midfielder Amadou Onana. Both clubs are interested in the playmaker and might feel there is no better time to acquire his services.
Lionel Messi has reportedly changed his mind about his future and won’t sign a new contract at Paris Saint-Germain. The forward was expected to sign a new contract at Parc des Princes before the end of the season but will now become a free agent this summer.
Imola circuit officials have been fined after Max Verstappen’s day of filming with Red Bull led to noise complaints. Italian track operators were forced to pay €500 [£440] after the F1 champion activated nearby local noise pollution detectors in one of Red Bull’s most iconic cars.
UEFA are close to closing the loophole that allowed Chelsea to spread the cost of their record transfer spend over up to eight years after receiving complaints from other Premier League clubs.
Chelsea are vying with Newcastle United in pursuit of Everton’s Anthony Gordon.
Abdoulaye Doucoure was banned from training with the Everton first team last week following the fallout from Goodison Park’s loss to Southampton.
The Professional Cricketers’ Association has joined Russell Slade’s fight for data rights.
Chelsea are set to offer Thiago Silva a contract extension to extend his impressive spell at Stamford Bridge.
Anthony Joshua has reached a deal to face American heavyweight Jermaine Franklin at the O2 Arena on April 1.
Sporting Lisbon are considering a bid for Heerenveen full-back Milan van Ewijk as a potential replacement for Tottenham target Pedro Porro.
The home of Marseille defender Sead Kolasinac was broken into on Friday as he played in a Coupe de France draw, according to a report.
Tottenham fear their chief football officer, Fabio Paratici, could face a global ban if a sanction imposed by the Italian Football Federation is not overturned on appeal.
Chelsea are planning a new move for Enzo Fernandez after previously failing to agree a deal for the midfielder from Benfica.
THE TELEGRAPH OF THE DAY
Saudi Arabia failed in its bid to buy Formula 1 from Liberty Media last year amid the Netflix Drive to Survive boom, sources familiar with the talks say.
BBC executives have desperately begged Gary Lineker to apologize amid a tense showdown in the studio over the pornographic noise prank during live coverage of the FA Cup last week.
Ireland head coach Andy Farrell believes the Rugby Football Union’s decision to lower the tackle height in amateur play will make players “even more vulnerable” to “imminent accidents”.
Former Australian tennis player Jelena Dokic’s heartwarming exchange with Novak Djokovic went viral over the weekend, but she has since hit back at the horrific ‘fat shaming’ directed at her online.
Barcelona could be close to signing a player from Real Madrid for the first time in 27 years as they are in talks with Marco Asensio, according to reports in Spain.
Gareth Bale has confirmed he will take part in a PGA Tour competition just two weeks after retiring from football.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is willing to sell the Washington Post newspaper to raise enough money to bid for the Washington Commanders of the NFL.
Newcastle have reportedly been in talks with Manchester United over a shock January move for Scott McTominay.
Conor Benn could make his return to boxing in a spectacular Abu Dhabi against ring legend Manny Pacquiao.
Jim Goodwin has vowed to keep fighting as Aberdeen boss after an ’embarrassing’ and ‘humiliating’ Scottish Cup clash. But the beleaguered manager admits there is no assurance over his future after the Darvel disaster.
Ryan Porteous could still see out the season as a Hibs player and leave on a free transfer.
Hibs could look to Scottish cap Stuart Findlay to replace departing Ryan Porteous and injured Rocky Bushiri.