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Newcastle eye move for Burnley goalkeeper James Trafford as Aaron Ramsdale

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

DAILY MAIL

Newcastle are ready to switch their attention to £20m-rated Burnley goalkeeper James Trafford with a deal for Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale proving hard to tie down because of his hefty price tag.

Leeds United face a massive exodus of players this summer after their failure to secure a place in the Premier League with Crysencio Summerville and Archie Gray likely to be popular targets.

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Highlights from Wembley as Southampton beat Leeds United 1-0 to return to the Premier League

Leon Balogun is set to sign a one-year contract extension with Rangers.

Germany have banned all police holidays and will beef up their borders to deal with potential troublemakers entering the country for Euro 2024.

“Sticker Wars” have broken out ahead of Euro 2024 with a battle between Panini and Topps, with Panini blocking their US rival from printing stickers including England stars Phil Foden and Bukayo Saka, replacing them instead with non-squad players like Rico Lewis and Luke Thomas to leave parents and collectors up in arms.

Mike Tyson is reportedly doing “great” after needing treatment on board a flight relating to an ulcer which left him feeling dizzy and nauseous.

DAILY STAR

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has told Everton that Manchester United will not be held to ransom over Jarrad Branthwaite, with United bosses making the defender one of their main targets in this summer’s transfer window.

THE ATHLETIC

Enzo Maresca is set to be handed a five-year contract to become Chelsea’s next head coach, more than double the length of Mauricio Pochettino’s previous deal.

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Kaveh Solhekol says Chelsea are ‘very impressed’ by Enzo Maresca and have asked permission from Leicester to speak to their manager

DAILY MIRROR

Frank Lampard and Steve Cooper are on the shortlist as Burnley make plans to find their replacement for Bayern Munich-bound Vincent Kompany.

Arsenal are the latest club to hit supporters with season ticket price rises of up to 10 per cent for the 2024-25 season.

Manchester United’s bill for compensation should they decide to sack Erik ten Hag increased when he led his side to FA Cup glory on Saturday and secured European qualification.

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Kaveh Solhekol says the FA Cup final win will be considered by Sir Jim Ratcliffe but won’t be a deciding factor in the verdict on Erik ten Hag’s future

Arsenal and Manchester United are set to go head-to-head in a battle to sign highly-rated Rennes defender Desire Doue.

THE SUN

Ineos potentially going over the 30 per cent investment level in Manchester United could mean them having to play in the Europa Conference League next season because of Nice – owned by Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s company – qualifying for the Europa League.

Sheffield United will allow goalkeeper Ivo Grbic to leave the club this summer and he is hoping to secure a move back to Spain, where he previously played for Atletico Madrid.

Wayne Rooney is considering Britain’s most expensive coastal spot – Salcombe – for his second family home after agreeing to become Plymouth Argyle’s new manager.

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Speaking for the first time as new Plymouth Argyle manager Wayne Rooney has called for togetherness at the club and suggested his goal is to simply improve the players

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Southampton could give Adam Lallana the chance to extend his Premier League career after he cheered his former side during their Championship playoff final win over Leeds on Sunday.

Ireland full-back Hugo Keenan will miss the summer Tests against South Africa after deciding to move to the Sevens game and play in the Olympic Games.

THE GUARDIAN

Xavi has warned his successor as Barcelona manager that he will have to be prepared to “suffer” in the job.

DAILY RECORD

Celtic remain interested in signing Paulo Bernardo on a permanent deal even though the Benfica loanee made no hint over his desire for a return when bidding farewell on social media.

Panama defender Jose Cordoba appears set to have a medical ahead of a move to Rangers after apparently ignoring interest from Norwich City.