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Arsenal make Bruno Guimaraes contact ahead of summer transfer bid for Newcastle midfielder

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The top stories and transfer rumours from Wednesday’s newspapers…THE SUN Arsenal have made contact with Bruno Guimaraes’ camp over a stunning transfer for the Newcastle star, according to reports.Gareth Southgate has already handed over his first Euro 2024 squad to UEFA, but the names will remain a closely-guarded secret. Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player England manager Gareth Southgate believes Euro 2024 will be a tight tournament because every team has players that can win football matches DAILY TELEGRAPH Thomas Frank is a strong contender for the Manchester United job should they change manager following the club’s struggles under Erik ten Hag. Everton owner Farhad Moshiri has unexpectedly agreed to extend his sale and purchase agreement with crisis-engulfed 777 Partners. Enzo Maresca is planning for the Premier League with Leicester City after assuring senior officials of his commitment to the club.Winter dates in the middle of the European season have been proposed for the new Women’s Club World Cup competition which FIFA aims to launch from 2026.THE GUARDIANHuman rights campaigners have suggested Newcastle City Council could be complicit in sportswashing after its executives lobbied officials at the Saudi Arabian-controlled Newcastle United, attempting to secure investments and funding.Emma Raducanu will likely have to drop down to play in the French Open qualifying draw next week if she wants to compete in the tournament after she was declined a main draw wildcard to the second Grand Slam tournament of the year, which begins on May 26. Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Colin Fleming and Anne Keothavong debate whether Emma Raducanu should play French Open qualifying after her disappointing opening-round loss at the Madrid Open Transfer Centre LIVE! Sky Sports+ – more than 1,000 live EFL games next season at no extra cost How to book Fury vs Usyk on Sky Sports Box OfficeAll you need to know – Streaming Sky Sports with NOWGet Sky Sports on WhatsApp | Download the Sky Sports appDAILY MAILSir Dave Brailsford is at the heart of executing Manchester United’s summer transfer plans amid the delayed arrival of two key executives.Manchester United are prepared to offer £55m for Everton centre-back Jarrad Branthwaite.Chelsea are among the top clubs watching teenager Sol Sidibe after an eye-catching breakthrough year at Stoke City.DAILY EXPRESSBruno Fernandes has reportedly held a ‘long meeting’ with Manchester United chiefs to discuss his future after being linked with a move away from Old Trafford. Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Erik Ten Hag stubbornly dismissed further questions linking Bruno Fernandes with a summer exit and stressed what a big player he is for Manchester United DAILY RECORDBrendan Rodgers insists planning is well under way to make Celtic a more formidable force after admitting the squad is not as strong as he wanted this season – but revealed he is not losing sleep over the prospect of losing Matt O’Riley.Jimmy Thelin can lead Aberdeen to third place next season – but he will have Peter Leven to thank in part after steadying the Pittodrie ship, according to Willie Miller.SCOTTISH SUNA Hibs fan group has called the club’s appointment of Malky Mackay to the role of sporting director a disgrace.What’s live on Sky Sports today?See what’s on Sky Sports right now or check the TV guide for today’s live sport on Sky Sports, including dates, times and channels.Keep track of live football today and see which games from the Premier League, Championship, Scottish Premiership, WSL and more are live on Sky.How to book Fury vs Usyk on Sky Sports Box OfficeIt’s one of the biggest sporting events in a generation. Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk collide for the undisputed world heavyweight championship on Saturday May 18, live on Sky Sports Box Office. Book the fight nowAd content | Stream Sky Sports on NOWStream Sky Sports live with no contract on a Month or Day membership on NOW. Instant access to live action from the Premier League, EFL, F1, England Cricket and so much more.

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