Daniel Craig signed autographs for fans at the British Grand Prix as rumours abound about the future of 007.
What the papers say Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho is considering making a Premier League return with Chelsea, the Daily Express reports. The Brazilian, who previously played for Liverpool, has struggled to make an impact since departing for LaLiga. Manchester United and Paris St Germain are possible destinations for the 27-year-old, but Sunday Times journalist Duncan Castles is quoted as saying the player’s “preference would be to go to Chelsea”.
What the papers say The seemingly very near departure of Maurizio Sarri from Chelsea has left Derby County steeling themselves for an approach for manager Frank Lampard, The Sun reports. According to the paper, two-time Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has told friends he would like a third term at Stamford Bridge, while RB Leipzig coach Ralf Rangnick has also been tipped as a successor. But former Blues star Lampard is the bookies’ favourite to take the reins at his old club. Chelsea are understood to have agreed on a compensation deal worth in excess of £5million for their Italian boss to join Juventus after just one season at Stamford Bridge.
Adam Lallana could not be happier at Liverpool and has no intention of leaving this summer, with the attacking midfielder confident in his ability to help Jurgen Klopp’s men build on their Champions League triumph.
Hugo Lloris does not think Tottenham need to abandon their philosophy just because they lost the Champions League final.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is looking at the bigger picture after his side lost the Champions League final to Liverpool.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said it was too early to talk about whether he would be at the club next season after watching his side lose the Champions League final to Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp insists his Liverpool team will remain at their relentless best until they reach a level which matches their targets.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has been trying to get his side to connect with a “superior energy” which he believes will help them win the Champions League.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino was keeping tight-lipped over whether Harry Kane would start the Champions League final.