Steven Gerrard accepts Rangers manager job

Steven Gerrard has accepted to manage Rangers in the Scottish Premier League

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has accepted Rangers’ offer to become their new manager. (Sunday Mirror)

Liverpool are ready to offer Egypt forward Mohamed Salah, 25, a new deal worth £185,000 a week. (Sun on Sunday)

Manchester City will block any attempt by Arsenal to pursue assistant coach Mikel Arteta or New York City boss Patrick Vieira for their manager’s job when Arsene Wenger leaves in the summer. (Sunday Mirror)

Chelsea are among the teams planning to bid for Tottenham’s Belgium defender Toby Alderweireld. The 29-year-old also interests Manchester United. (Sun on Sunday)

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino sees 18-year-old Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt as a potential replacement for Alderweireld. Spurs may have to pay £45m for the Dutchman, who has also attracted interest from Barcelona. (Sun on Sunday)

Everton will listen to offers for striker Wayne Rooney, 32, as part of a summer clear-out that will also see manger Sam Allardyce and chairman Bill Kenwright leave. (Sunday Mirror)

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The Football Association agreed a deal in 2015 to give Fulham and Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan a preferential option to buy Wembley should it decide to sell. (Sunday Telegraph)

Championship side Leeds United are in talks with Swansea City to buy English defender Kyle Bartley, 26. (Yorkshire Post)

West Brom caretaker manager Darren Moore says he is not thinking about taking the job on a full-time basis. Under Moore, the Premier League’s bottom club have won eight points from four games. (Express and Star)

Leicester City are lining up a move for Newcastle United boss Rafael Benitez to replace Claude Puel. (Daily Star Sunday)

Manchester United forward Anthony Martial, 22, has opened talks with Italian champions Juventus over a summer move after growing frustrated at a lack of playing time at Old Trafford. (Calcio Mercato via Manchester Evening News)

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says England defender John Stones, 23, will be with the club “for as long as I am here in Manchester”. (Sunday Telegraph)

England goalkeeper Jack Butland, 25, and Senegal midfielder Badou Ndiaye, 27, will be among up to 12 players to leave Stoke City if they are relegated from the Premier League. (Mail on Sunday)

Barcelona have targeted 25-year-old Lazio’s Spain midfielder Luis Alberto as they look to replace 33-year-old Andres Iniesta. (Gazzetta dello Sport via Sun)

Watford manager Javi Gracia admits record signing Andre Gray, 26, might want to leave Vicarage Road this summer. The English striker has scored four times in 30 games in his debut season with the Hornets. (Watford Observer)

Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder questions his future at Bramall Lane, unless an ongoing ownership battle is not quickly resolved. (Yorkshire Post)

Former Sunderland defender Michael Gray says his old club will struggle in League One next season unless the ownership situation is resolved. (Chronicle)

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