Papers: Wilfried Zaha to take legal action against his agent, Will Salthouse

All the top stories and transfer rumours in the back pages of Tuesdays national newspapers…
DAILY MAIL
Wilfried Zaha is taking legal action against his representative as a result of anger at the failure to procure him a move from Crystal Palace last summer of the agency.
England medics will monitor the fitness ahead of their Euro 2020 conflict of Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford .
Chelsea youngster Ike Ugbo has become Nigeria to targets the most current England potential.
Lucy Bronze admits since she prepares to confront them she almost chose to play for Portugal rather than England.
THE SUN
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer told his Manchester United flops after Sundays defeat at Newcastle:Youre likely to get me the sofa.
Ederson says the harm of Aymeric Laporte is costing Manchester City in the title race.
The Manchester United legends sticking the boot are right, says midfielder Fred.
DAILY MIRROR
Gundogan admits Liverpools lead over Manchester City in the Premier League could develop further.
Michael Carrick has hailed Sean Longstaff after Manchester Uniteds defeat to Newcastle
Juventus Matthijs de Ligt has hit back at claims that Maurizio Sarri told him to get rid of weight.
Italy need Arsenal kid Gabriel Martinelli to change allegiance from Brazil.
THE TIMES
If theyre worried that it may lead to possible clashes with opposition lovers referees are told not to order players to leave by the touchline.
THE GUARDIAN
Fikayo Tomori has revealed he deliberated long and hard before committing his international future to England more than Nigeria or Canada.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
One of Chris Silverwood measures as England head coach will be to appoint Paul Collingwood as a member of a backroom team with a powerful individuality that is English.
DAILY RECORD
Steve Clarke he is prepared to answer the Scotland defensive SOS has been advised by star Steven Caulker.
Livingstons Lyndon Dykes insists hed leap at the possibility of playing for Scotland – but only if his native Australia does not come calling.
SCOTTISH SUN
Scotland supervisors are locked in talks to hand a shock call-up to shield Steven Caulker.
Steven Reid has nothing but sympathy for Ryan Christie within his hell that is red-card that is Celtic.

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