We look at the transfer rumours and gossip from Friday's back pages, where Liverpool have been linked with a move for Adama Traore.
- Declan Rice has been told to 'sort his life out' and make a decision over his future sooner rather than later by West Ham icon Frank McAvennie.
- Arsenal and Everton target Gabriel has opened the door to leave Lille this summer.
- Liverpool have reportedly made a move for Wolves ace Adama Traore.
- Arsenal are still challenging AC Milan and PSG for Red Bull Salzburg star Dominik Szoboszlai, reports claim.
- Philippe Coutinho's agent Kia Joorabchian is working on a move to Arsenal with Barcelona keen to move him on this summer.
- Chelsea are set to allow Nicolas Tie to join Vitoria Guimaraes as the Blues continue to overhaul their squad ahead of next season.
- Arsenal were ready to give Chelsea forward Willian a £250,000-a-week contract before the coronavirus pandemic struck.
- Premier League clubs and football agents fear summer transfer chaos in a frantic 20 days of business before the start of the 2020/21 season.
- Chelsea are reportedly lining up a stunning bid for David Alaba as Frank Lampard steps up his hunt for a new left-back.
- Bayern Munich will not join Manchester United in the race to sign Jude Bellingham, according to reports in Germany.
- Thiago Alcantara has snubbed Bayern Munich's offer of a new contract and already said goodbye to team-mates as he eyes a move to England.
- Ansu Fati's father has denied speculation his son is joining Manchester United and insists he is "following his dream" at Barcelona.
- No-nonsense Peterborough chairman Barry Fry has warned Celtic and Rangers that Ivan Toney won't be signed on the cheap.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
- Celtic have lost highly-rated academy youngster Josh Adam to Manchester City.
- Rangers have rubbished reports linking them with a £2.7m bid for Real Valladolid striker Sekou Gassama.
- Steve Clarke insists he's 'hopeful' that Livingston forward Lyndon Dykes will choose Scotland over Australia.
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