What the papers say
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has told his team-mates he will sign for Manchester United, according to the Mirror. The Germany international is out of contract at the end of the season and Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has admitted they could end up selling him in January. The paper says he is confident he will move to Old Trafford.
Almost half of low earners are cutting back on basics like food so they can afford the rent, a new report suggests.
Troubled outsourcing and construction group Interserve has won a £227 million Government contract, a day after issuing a profit warning that saw its shares plunge.
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry have honoured inspirational young people recognised with a national award by inviting them to Kensington Palace.
A Government fund to revolutionise airport screening could mean hand luggage is checked as passengers walk through duty free shops.
The cost of childcare for young children has increased up to seven times faster than wages over the past few years, a new study reveals.
The Irishman jailed in Egypt for more than four years, Ibrahim Halawa, has been freed from prison.
Changes to the way assaults on NHS staff are recorded have been criticised by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
Allegations made by model Penny Lancaster about an assault when she was younger feature on many of Friday’s front pages.
Chancellor Philip Hammond may be hauled in front of an influential committee of MPs to address concerns over a worrying lack of diversity among the Bank of England’s most senior staff.
Joe Root may have to “con” England into believing they win the Ashes without talisman Ben Stokes, according to Michael Vaughan.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman was forced to endure more disappointment as Lyon consigned his side to an ill-tempered defeat and more Europa League misery.
Everton’s Ashley Williams looked incredibly fortunate not to receive a red card after losing his cool during a Europa League game.
Olivier Giroud struck a late winner against Red Star Belgrade to preserve Arsenal’s unblemished start to their Europa League Group H campaign.
President Donald Trump has given himself a “10” for his response to the widespread devastation Puerto Rico suffered after back-to-back hurricanes.
White House chief of staff John Kelly delivered an extraordinary denunciation of a Democratic congresswoman on Thursday, accusing her of politicising what he called a “sacred” presidential effort to console the grieving loved ones of a dead soldier.
Ronnie O'Sullivan navigated an intruder and John Higgins as he made the quarter-finals of the English Open in Barnsley.
The number of plague cases in Madagascar has almost doubled over the last five days and medical experts project the situation will worsen, with 1,000 cases expected every month if funds are not rapidly provided, the UN has said.
Chris Kelly did have a little wobble as he promised, but eventually the Glasgow man pulled away to his third M&H Logsitics Scottish Professional Championship with a wire-to-wire win at the King’s Course at Gleneagles.
A police force could become the first to scrap its PCSOs, stating the cost of the role is not significantly different to that of a police constable but they have fewer powers.