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Papers: Man Utd emerge as dark horses in race to sign Toney


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

SUNDAY MIRROR

Manchester United have emerged as potential dark horses in the race to sign Ivan Toney.

Ivan Toney was an unused substitute against Sheff Utd

Tottenham and West Ham are going head-to-head for Fulham central defender Tosin Adarabioyo.

Bruno Guimaraes has insisted he is happy with life at Newcastle as he continues to be linked with a move to Manchester United.

DAILY MAIL

Newcastle are guaranteed to finish above 14th place in the league table after beating Tottenham, triggering the clause which means they have to sign Lewis Hall from Chelsea for £28m.

Brighton and Brentford are among the clubs tracking Portugal U20 attacking midfielder Gustavo Sa.

Brentford have launched an internal investigation into their injury problems after suffering 29 blows this season.

Israel have targeted featuring at future editions of the Copa America after signing a cooperation agreement with CONMEBOL.

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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says his side showed patience and composure in their 5-1 win against Luton.

Pep Guardiola hailed his team for being ‘alive’ for another Treble – and has called on his players to embrace the ‘incredible’ opportunity to fight again on all fronts.

Ange Postecoglou accused his Tottenham team of lacking bravery after they slumped to their heaviest defeat of his reign at the club.

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Tottenham Hotspur head coach Ange Postecoglou says his side will continue to see how far they can push themselves.

Aurelien Tchouameni struck early in the second half to give Real Madrid a 1-0 win at Mallorca as they rested key players ahead of their Champions League quarter-final against Manchester City.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

The US owners of Chelsea have sold both the hotels on the Stamford Bridge site to another company they own, generating £75.6 million of income which will count towards their profitability and sustainability rules compliance.

Swansea City are suing Russell Martin for “breach of contract” following his defection to Championship rivals Southampton last summer.

SUN ON SUNDAY

Dan Burn was called “more than a player” for keeping a promise to deaf fans by celebrating a Newcastle goal with a British Sign Language message.

SUNDAY OBSERVER

Jason Day has revealed he was asked to remove a garish sweater by Augusta National officials before the second round of the Masters.

Pep Guardiola is confident about Manchester City's title chances

Nike’s Team USA track and field kit for women is needlessly revealing and sexist, women athletes have said after the US sportswear brand unveiled its outfits for this summer’s Olympic Games.

SCOTTISH SUN

Philippe Clement has accused Dundee of showing travelling fans a lack of respect after Dees secretary Eric Drysdale tried to blame climate change for their fifth call-off of the season.

Scotland boss Steve Clarke and his scouts are keeping tabs on Lincoln City frontman Joe Taylor.

SUNDAY MAIL

Daizen Maeda, who is unlikely to feature again this season, has revealed that the most frustrating part of being out injured is that his son can’t watch him play for Celtic.

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