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The top stories and transfer rumours from Saturday’s newspapers…

THE ATHLETIC

The futures of Ajax players such as Jordan Henderson and Steven Bergwijn have been cast into doubt as the club count the cost of missing out on Champions League qualification for the second consecutive season.

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Sky Sports News’ Kaveh Sohekol has the latest news on the ongoing talks between Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri and representatives of 777 Partners regarding the sale of the club

Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Gary O’Neil says he is still to meet with chair Jeff Shi to discuss his plans for the summer transfer window but does not expect owners Fosun to inject fresh money for players.

Marco Silva is interested in appointing Casa Pia manager Goncalo Santos as his new assistant coach, but no decision has been taken yet.

THE SUN

Everton are on the brink of administration and a fresh nine-point deduction as the Toffees face a fire-sale of their top stars.

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Everton manager Sean Dyche discusses the club’s potential takeover by 777 Partners

Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon has had his car tyres slashed – on the eve of the Old Firm derby.

Manchester United coach Steve McClaren has admitted the Red Devils have not been up to standard at “certain times” over the last two years.

THE GUARDIAN

The owner of a leading Dutch football club has funded it with loans from Roman Abramovich, leaked documents suggest, fuelling questions about the continued influence the Russian oligarch, under sanctions from the EU and UK, still has on football.

The WNBA is heading to Toronto, according to media reports.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester City have grown the grass at their training ground in anticipation of a “high and dry” surface at Fulham this weekend.

Football icon Jay-Jay Okocha played a key part in convincing his nephew, Alex Iwobi, to play for Nigeria over England.

Former Leicester City Women boss Willie Kirk says he is being “treated like a criminal” as he sets the record straight about how a relationship with one of his players began.

DAILY MIRROR

Arne Slot is set to move into Jurgen Klopp’s £4m house when he takes over as Liverpool manager.

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After 100 games in charge could Arne Slot looks to swap Feyenoord for Liverpool. Sky Sports reporter Gary Cotterill has been in the Netherlands discovering what makes him tick

Germany have been dealt a major blow ahead of Euro 2024 with attacking duo Serge Gnabry and Timo Werner set to miss the home tournament through injury.

Gary Lineker reckons Crystal Palace sensation Adam Wharton “might be good enough” to make England’s squad for the Euros.

DAILY RECORD

Rangers have banked a seven figure fee after Malik Tillman left Bayern Munich for PSV permanently.

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