All the top stories and transfer rumors from Tuesday’s newspapers …
Arsenal are set to pay £ 150million if they want to complete the January January transfer window by Dusan Vlahovic.
Tanguy Ndombele loses his battle to reassure Antonio Conte that he can adapt to his move to Tottenham and the club to make him available this month.
Football players were asked to participate in matches in their cars as part of preparations to tackle the Omicron problem.
Borussia Dortmund are trying to persuade Erling Haaland to stay at the club and he hopes to do so, according to club boss Sebastian Kehl.
Jarrod Bowen is using Mohamed Salah as his motivation as he leads West Ham’s efforts to be honored in three divisions and on the sidelines near the England call-up.
Arsenal want to sign emergency bills after facing multiple Covid charges ahead of their Carabao Cup semi-final against Liverpool.
Tanguy Ndombele and Tottenham could be bought on the remaining tracks this month.
Joe Root is ready to remain captain of the England Test and oversee the team’s transformation following the defeat of the Ashes series in Australia.
Manchester City’s high-profile game against Chelsea on Saturday is expected to continue despite the recent Covid epidemic in Pep Guardiola’s side.
Mercedes is confident that Lewis Hamilton will once again run for the eighth Formula One World Championships.
England players are expected to be reduced to participation in the Indian Premier League in order to have more time to prepare for Test matches.
New doubts have arisen over European matches against English clubs playing in France this week as they fear tight travel rules could seriously affect the Champions and Challenge Cups.
Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou won the battle for Charlotte FC Riley McGree and closed every door from Udinese to Stephen Welsh.
Tsuyoshi Ogashiwa wants to move to Hearts is in danger as Robbie Neilson struggles to find his man.
Al Faisaly offered Martin Boyle a chance to change his lifestyle which could see the Hibs star make £ 1.5million a year.
Aberdeen striker Marley Watkins will miss the rest of the Premier League with the Rangers as Stephen Glass continues to reshape his team.
Injured Billy Gilmour is sweating from a strong stint at Scotland’s World Cup qualifier against Ukraine in March.
Scottish medical director Jason Leitch said the Scottish game limits could not be removed in time for the Premier to return.