Fresh headlines in the world of football and sport.

  • Manchester City will hand Bernardo Silva a new six-year deal to fend off interest from Barcelona and Real Madrid.
  • David Moyes wants the Celtic job but may manage in the Chinese Super League instead.
  • Former Sunderland player Adam Johnson is set to be released from prison in less than three weeks.
  • FIFA could scupper Chelsea’s plans to launch a £200million summer spree before their transfer ban kicks in.
  • source : Sky Sports
daily mail
  • A ‘Kepa law’ ensuring that referees force players to leave the field if they refuse to do so when substituted will not be introduced
  • West Ham’s Declan Rice is nailed on for an England call-up after scoring in West Ham’s win over Newcastle.
  • Wimbledon chiefs have been frustrated in their attempts to stop two of the showpiece British sporting events of the summer starting within 10 minutes of each other on Sunday July 14.
  • England players’ agents want to meet Football Association chiefs ahead of this month’s internationals to finalise the long-running saga over the squad’s commercial rights deal.
daily mirror
  • Paris Saint-Germain are hopeful Edinson Cavani will be able to play some part of their vital Champions League clash with Manchester United.
  • Alexis Sanchez has joined Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s injury list ahead of the crucial Champions League clash at PSG.
daily telegraph
  • North and South Korea are considering a joint bid to host the 2023 Women’s World Cup in the latest signal of thawing relations between the two nations

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