Everton open to selling Moise Kean to Paris Saint-Germain for £45m – Paper Talk

Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Friday’s newspapers…

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has opened the door for Paris Saint-Germain to make a substantial bid for on-loan striker Moise Kean but the club have placed a £45m price tag on the Italy international.

Phil Foden has decided to part ways with the social media company that runs his Twitter account over a contentious message to Kylian Mbappe in the immediate aftermath of Manchester City’s Champions League quarter-final triumph over Borussia Dortmund.

The £305m Saudi Arabia-backed bid to buy Newcastle United will be re-submitted if the club wins its arbitration case against the Premier League.

THE SUN

Manchester United are ready to step up their pursuit of Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic with the defender’s transfer fee set at £38m this summer.

Barnsley have warned Crystal Palace off nicking boss Valerien Ismael this summer.

DAILY MAIL

The Premier League has shifted its calendar to allow each club to play in front of its own supporters – but no away fans will be admitted.

Europe’s biggest clubs are expected to make a grab for greater control of the Champions League, when they hold crucial talks on Friday.

The attack on Real Madrid’s team bus by Liverpool supporters only served to spur on the Spanish side, claims Federico Valverde.

Carlos Vinicius looks unlikely to return to Benfica next season, with a Premier League battle between Tottenham and Wolves brewing over his signature.

Lucas Torreira has continued to make his feelings clear to Arsenal that he is desperate to join Boca Juniors.

DAILY MIRROR

Netherlands boss Frank de Boer has told Virgil van Dijk to forget about playing in this summer’s European Championships and instead focus on his Liverpool comeback.

Arsenal face losing Eddie Nketiah after convincing Folarin Balogun to sign a new deal at the Emirates.

THE TIMES

Mo Farah and Dina Asher-Smith are expected to lead a strong British contingent at a Diamond League meeting in the North East next month after the event was switched from Morocco to Gateshead.

THE GUARDIAN

A new 8,000-seat show court will be part of Wimbledon’s expansion into neighbouring parkland.

DAILY STAR

Mino Raiola’s demands for Erling Haaland have forced one Premier League side to “pull out” of a transfer.

Manchester United and Liverpool are among the club eyeing up a move for Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic, who brands himself the ‘Serbian Zlatan Ibrahimovic’.

DAILY RECORD

Scottish football is set for a huge Covid shot in the arm next month with padlocks set to come off the turnstiles in time to let fans in for the end-of-season top-flight playoffs.

Jubilant Stephen Glass has revealed Celtic were on the phone trying to keep Scott Brown when he was up signing his pre-contract.

Former Rangers boss Alex McLeish believes Celtic need to get the “wheels turning again” in their search to name Neil Lennon’s permanent successor.

SCOTTISH SUN

Cops probing claims Neil Lennon breached Covid rules with an alleged cross-border pub trip have said no English laws were broken.

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