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DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United could be ready to let Cristiano Ronaldo leave the club for nothing, according to new reports.

Chelsea are ready to allow Romelu Lukaku to remain on loan at Inter Milan next season before writing off millions by selling him, according to reports in Italy.

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Manchester United could be ready to let Cristiano Ronaldo go for nothing

THE ATHLETIC

Manchester City will speak to their fans about chants related to the Hillsborough disaster ahead of their next game against Liverpool.

Former Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan has said he never felt pressure from the club to select Cristiano Ronaldo during his time at Old Trafford.

DAILY MAIL

Liverpool’s Darwin Nunez became the fastest player in Premier League history when he reached 23.61mph in his win over West Ham, beating Kyle Walker’s previous record of 23.48mph.

Sports governance specialist Tony Simpson, who led the appointment of the PFA’s first black chief executive, is at the center of government plans to establish an independent football regulator.

Naby Keita was pictured taking part in a squad training session just a day after Liverpool beat West Ham 1-0 in their Premier League clash at Anfield.

Cristiano Ronaldo declined to come on as a substitute in Manchester United’s win over Tottenham on Wednesday night.

Liverpool's Darwin Nunez celebrates after scoring his team's first goal
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Liverpool’s Darwin Nunez is officially the fastest player in the Premier League

THE TELEGRAPH OF THE DAY

England’s hotel at the World Cup will be en route to a music festival where “nightly raves” will see Fatboy Slim, Calvin Harris and David Guetta perform.

Rory McIlroy has dared to open his rift with Greg Norman even further by stating his mission is to spend 332 weeks as world No. 1 – one more than the controversial LIV Golf chief executive.

THE INDEPENDENT

Migrant workers were still paying exorbitant and illegal recruitment fees the year before the World Cup, Human Rights Watch found, criticizing both Fifa and Qatar for not yet committing to a recourse fund.

THE SUN

Crystal Palace are considering a January move for Blackburn striker Ben Brereton Diaz.

Tyson Fury is hoping to turn League One minnows Morecambe into Premier League heavyweights after revealing he has been offered the chance to buy the hometown club.

Hakim Ziyech’s representatives have reportedly held talks with AC Milan over a switch in January.

Ben Brereton Diaz celebrates after scoring against Blackpool
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Ben Brereton Diaz is a reported January target for Crystal Palace

DAILY STAR

Riot police were forced to intervene following Arsenal’s Europa League win over PSV in the Emirates as away fans ripped up seats and threw a flare at the home fans.

THE GUARDIAN

West Ham are hoping two weeks off will be enough for Lucas Paquetá to recover from the shoulder injury that threatened the Brazil international’s chances of qualifying for the World Cup.

DAILY RECORDING

Maccabi Tel Aviv are said to be desperate to extend wonderkid Oscar Gloukh’s contract at the club amid concerns over a cut-price transfer to Celtic.

Former Rangers defender Calvin Bassey has reportedly been wanted by English Premier League leaders Arsenal ahead of his summer move to Ajax.

Hearts have been given a huge boost after the SPFL ruled that Lewis Neilson’s move to Tynecastle from Dundee United over the summer would result in no compensation for the Tangerines for the deal.

SCOTTISH SUN

Celtic’s Rocco Vata is a transfer target for Arsenal, Man City, AC Milan, Juventus and Roma, according to reports.

THE TEMPERATURE

Red Bull faces a financial and sporting penalty after the FIA ​​found they exceeded last year’s budget cap, with a resolution expected this weekend.

Wimbledon organizers have raised center court ticket prices for the 2023 championships despite concerns over both the cost of living crisis and a large number of empty seats at this year’s tournament.

Premiership Rugby will make a second attempt to rearrange the fixture schedule on Friday – after clubs failed to agree on how to handle the absence of Wasps and Worcester Warriors.

Christy J. Olson