Chelsea ‘agree to £30million transfer for Lille defender Gabriel Magalhaes’ in huge Arsenal and Everton blow – The Sun

CHELSEA are closing in on £30million-rated Lille defender Gabriel Magalhaes, according to reports. The much-coveted 22-year-old has also drawn attention from Arsenal and Everton, but the Blues appear to be "far ahead" in the race to secure his signature. According to Eurosport reporter Manu Lonjon, the move is "almost complete."

Charlie Gilmour on life after leaving Arsenal, seeing his mates in the Gunners first team and his loan at Telstar – The Sun

CHARLIE GILMOUR did not dream five years ago of playing for Telstar. In fact, none of his team-mates did. They admitted it to the manager. But he does and he is determined to make the most of every day of his loan spell to the Dutch second-division side with the

Sir Alastair Cook against shortened County Championship season

Former England captain Sir Alastair Cook says he would rather the County Championship was not played at all this season rather than attempting to hold a dramatically condensed campaign. The England and Wales Cricket Board have made the decision that no professional cricket will be played before May 28 due to

Disappointed Osaka supports Olympics delay

Two-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka says she is disappointed that the Olympics in her native Japan were postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, but she supports the decision to delay the Summer Games to 2021. In a posting Saturday on social media, she said she’s “been thinking about how

Meet Marco Antonio, eight, who is battling Crohn’s disease and has been called the ‘Next Neymar’ as he rises to the top – The Sun

MEET the next Neymar, a eight-year-old Brazilian boy who has been hailed as a genius online because of his silky skills.  Marco Antonio, known as Marquinho, is a social media sensation who has reportedly caught the eye of Champions League winners Real Madrid and Barcelona. He also recently impressed Bayern

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic ‘GOAT’ debate is wasted breath, says Andy Roddick – The Sun

ANDY RODDICK reckons trying to pick a tennis great is like trying to hand out an Oscar before then end of a movie. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are three of the greatest to have ever played the game with 56 slams between them. SLAM COMPARISON Roger Federer

Pele’s bitter feud with Maradona from amazing taunts about drugs and sex, to bickering over Messi and Neymar – The Sun

THERE was no doubting their ability. Both Diego Maradona and Pele can lay claim to being the greatest football of all time. The Brazilian won three World Cups for his country, and claims to have scored 1,281 goals in 1,363 games during an astonishing career with Santos and New York

Michel Hidalgo dead at 87: Legendary France manager who won their first trophy at Euro 84 passes away after illness – The Sun

FORMER France manager Michel Hidalgo has died aged 87 after a battle with illness. Hidalgo spent eight years as French boss taking over in 1976 having replaced Stefan Kovacs. He guided France to fourth place in the 1982 World Cup but two years later won Euro 1984 – the nation's

Haaland’s dad says Man Utd transfer collapsed as only Solskjaer wanted him and boss could have been sacked at any time – The Sun

ERLING HAALAND'S move to Manchester United collapsed as only Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wanted him, revealed the striker's father. The 19-year-old snubbed a move to Old Trafford in January in favour of an £18.5million switch to Borussia Dortmund. Solskjaer set his sights on signing Haaland from Red Bull Salzburg in January

Why is Ronaldinho in prison and when will Brazil football legend be released? – The Sun

BRAZILIAN star Ronaldinho is one of the all time greats. The Samba sensation never failed to be entertaining for both club and country, retiring in 2018 after a glittering career which featured Copa America, Champions League and World Cup titles. But since hanging up his boots, Ronaldinho has struggled to