What the papers say Leicester have promised Harry Maguire that he can leave if Manchester United or Manchester City fork out a world-record fee for a defender, the Daily Telegraph reports. The Foxes want between £80million and £90millon for the England centre-back, which would be higher than the £75million Liverpool paid Southampton for Virgil Van Dijk in January last year, the paper adds.
Oversight for the UK’s rail system should be in the hands of one body which is independent of Government, the head of a major review has reportedly said.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Manchester United’s centre-backs they need to step up or face being shipped out as the club look to bolster an already bloated area.
Plans for a new London skyscraper dubbed the Tulip have been turned down by London mayor Sadiq Khan.
Theresa May has saluted England’s World Cup winners as flag-bearers for “modern Britain” who have made the nation fall in love with cricket once again.
A range of political tales make the front pages on Tuesday, alongside celebrations of England’s Cricket World Cup triumph.
A sub-sea earthquake has hit Bali, Lombok and East Java, causing damage to homes and temples, Indonesian authorities said.
Richard Madden, Jodie Comer and Emilia Clarke could be among the British stars celebrating when the 2019 Emmy nominations are announced.
US president Donald Trump has intensified his incendiary comments about four Democratic congresswomen, urging them to get out if they do not like how things are in America.
Star bowler Jofra Archer grieved privately over the death of his cousin in Barbados during England’s success at the Cricket World Cup, his father has said.