All the top stories and transfer rumours from the back pages of Tuesday’s national newspapers…
Roy Keane is in talks with Azerbaijan about becoming their new national team boss.
Arsenal will not attempt to buy Dani Ceballos when his loan deal with Real Madrid expires.
The Premier League has urged clubs to step up their campaigns to keep fans away from grounds.
Southampton have joined the list of clubs keen on Arsenal youngster Folarin Balogun.
The FA announced 124 redundancies, around 15 per cent of their staff, in response to projected losses of £75m this year, which could rise to £300m.
The three Watford players who breached lockdown rules have said sorry to manager Nigel Pearson and their playing colleagues.
Brentford head of recruitment Lee Dykes is on Red Bull Leipzig’s radar as they search for departed Paul Mitchell’s replacement.
Newcastle United are weighing up a free transfer for versatile Montpellier forward Thomas Robert.
MPs will on Tuesday grill the chief executive of the Premier League over the scenes that marred Liverpool’s first Premier League triumph – which Jurgen Klopp and his squad stand accused of fuelling.
Football’s grassroots were plunged deeper into turmoil on Monday as the FA announced the most devastating round of job losses in its history to fill a £300m black hole caused by Covid-19.
Japan and Fiji are expected to be confirmed as the two guest nations to join the Six Nations sides in an inaugural eight-team tournament in November and December.