What the papers say Liverpool’s hopes of signing Real Madrid winger Marco Asensio have taken a hit by Zinedine Zidane’s return to the LaLiga club, according to the Daily Mail. The 23-year-old had fallen out of favour under the previous management regime in the Spanish capital, but Zidane is said to be ready to resist any bids from the Reds this summer.
A trust that has donated millions to medical science, healthcare, education and the arts in the UK has announced it is pausing all new giving as it faces legal cases amid the opioid drug crisis in the US.
New Zealand will hold an inquiry into the massacre of 50 people at two Christchurch mosques, the country’s prime minister said.
Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi has praised the influence of fellow promising England talent Jadon Sancho.
Josh Magennis insisted Northern Ireland can pip either Holland or Germany to qualification for Euro 2020 after his late winner put them top of Group C on Sunday night.
Goalscorer Kenny McLean admits Scotland fans were entitled to show their frustration against San Marino – but he is confident he and his team-mates will get them back onside.
MPs will debate an amendable Government motion on the Brexit deal on Monday, where they will have the chance to put their favoured outcomes to a vote.
Theresa May features prominently on the front pages on Monday ahead of another crucial week in Westminster.
The Scottish Parliament should have a role in adapting laws and regulations in areas currently governed by the EU after Brexit, a committee convenor has said.
Sir David Attenborough has said that he would attempt to convince “blind” Donald Trump that climate change is a real threat.