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Papers: Maguire says England career a ‘failure’ without trophy win

All the top stories and transfer rumours from Saturday’s newspapers…


Harry Maguire claims he will view his England career as a “failure” unless they win a trophy.

Harry Maguire put in an exceptional display against the United States

Arsenal record signing Nicolas Pepe is one of seven players who could be in line for a summer exit.

Thomas Zilliacus admits that he does not have the wealth of Sheikh Jassim but the Finnish entrepreneur insists that his bid to buy Manchester United is “serious and credible.”

Manchester City forward Erling Haaland is “touch and go” to face Liverpool after the international break, according to his father Alfie.


Tyson Fury is hoping to become a knock-out as a property tycoon – by starting a firm to buy, sell and lease real estate.


Everton could face a worrying points deduction after the Premier League confirmed they had been charged with breaching Financial Fair Play rules.

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Sky Sports News’ Kaveh Solhekol provides an update after The Premier League referred Everton to an independent commission for an alleged breach of its profitability and sustainability rules. The club deny any wrongdoing.


Tottenham want to hold talks with Julian Nagelsmann as uncertainty reigns over the future of current head coach Antonio Conte.

Kenny Sansom has opened up about rebuilding his life after a battle with booze that left him in a coma and unable to walk, talk or eat.

National League captains have written to the Football Association to ask for urgent talks over controversial contract changes.


Dundee are looking to bolster their final Championship title charge with the signing of American Pierre Reedy.


Stve Clarke has signed a new contract to extend his spell as Scotland boss.


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