All the top stories and transfer rumors from Sunday’s national newspapers …
THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Chelsea still owe over £ 71million to Inter for Romelu Lukaku.
Liverpool’s Mo Salah will need a scan after hobbling off against Brighton.
Workers are painting over graffiti outside Stamford Bridge after walls were defaced by angry fans. The writing read: “Europe is funding the war – not CFC.”
Red Bull chief Christian Horner has vowed to get under the skin of his opposite number at Mercedes, Toto Wolff, this season.
Chelsea fear going into administration and losing nine points.
Jonathan Goldstein, a property investor, has been named as part of the Todd Boehly and Hansjorg Wyss consortium plotting a move for Chelsea.
Manchester City are confident they can agree a £ 100million deal for Erling Haaland this summer but they must persuade him to postpone his dream of playing for Real Madrid.
Sean Longstaff is in talks with Newcastle over a new contract – his current deal expires in the summer.
Former Italy coach Nick Mallet says he thinks South Africa will join the Six Nations.