Man Utd want to hold safe standing trials at Old Trafford when season restarts after coronavirus delay – The Sun
MANCHESTER UNITED are hopeful of pressing on with plans to introduce safe standing at Old Trafford once the season returns.
The Red Devils wanted to open a 1,500 rail seating area in the stadium that would allow supporters to stand at matches before coronavirus disrupted the campaign.
Positive talks had been held between the club and council with supporters giving the idea the thumbs up.
Quiz: Name the footballers to have sported these outlandish hairstyles
Sleek, slick and stylish. When it comes to hairstyles, Premier League footballers are well known for setting trends whether they opt for something short and edgy or a bit longer with plenty of volume.
But with hairdressers across the country closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, the opportunity for a bit of grooming has gone out of the window.
So, instead, footballers are faced with the same hair problems as many of us.
Can you guess which footballers in the past have embraced perms, ponytails and mullets and resisted the chance to reach for the clippers?
Tyson Fury and Paris take on Tommy and Molly-Mae in exhausting couples workout – but Anthony Joshua ignores call out – The Sun
TOMMY and Molly-Mae stepped up to challenge of taking on Tyson and Paris Fury's couples workout – but there was no sign of Anthony Joshua on Tuesday morning.
WBC heavyweight champ Fury, 31, is encouraging his fans, family and fellow boxers to stay fit and active during the coronavirus lockdown.
Arsenal squad warned by chief Raul Sanllehi of MORE wage cuts if Premier League season is voided during talks – The Sun
ARSENAL chief Raul Sanllehi has warned the squad they face more wage cuts if the Premier League season is voided – much to the anger of players.
First team stars yesterday voted against a 12.5 per cent pay cut across the next year between April 2020 and March 2021.
Arsenal fans roll out red carpet for Dayot Upamecano after his barber hints at transfer with cryptic ‘signing’ post – The Sun
ARSENAL fans have rolled out the red carpet for Dayot Upamecano after his barber hinted at transfer with a cryptic 'signing' post.
The RB Leipzig defender, 21, has emerged as one of the hottest prospects in Europe this season with his performances for the Bundesliga side.
The Gunners have been chasing the highly-rated 21-year-old since last summer and it appears likely that he will be departing the German title-chasers.
Graeme Souness hits back at Paul Pogba telling Man Utd ace ‘put your medals on table… mine’s bigger’ as feud rages on – The Sun
GRAEME SOUNESS has further ignited the fierce feud between himself and Paul Pogba by saying "put your medals on the table."
The Manchester United midfielder hit out at the former Liverpool captain after claiming he didn't even know who he was.
Souness has been one of Pogba's biggest critics since his return to the Red Devils in 2016.
Madeira chief blown away by Cristiano Ronaldo’s shape as he reveals Juventus star called him to ask if he could train – The Sun
THE president of CD Nacional has lifted the lid on Cristiano Ronaldo's lockdown training sessions in Madeira.
Juventus' No7 was on the books at the Portuguese second-tier club as a kid between 1995 and 1997, before club chief Rui Alves signed off on his move to Sporting Lisbon.
Cycling star Enric Mas shows off brutal sunburn that ‘looks like Danish flag’ after training on balcony during lockdown – The Sun
CYCLIST Enric Mas has taken to Instagram to show off his brutal sunburn.
The 25-year-old was training on his balcony at home rather than outdoors as he, like the rest of Spain, remains in lockdown because of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Tour de France latest sport postponed by coronavirus and will no longer begin on June 27 with country in lockdown – The Sun
THE Tour de France is the latest sporting event to be postponed due to coronavirus, according to reports.
Cycling's flagship race was due to get underway on June 27.
Chelsea stars were in tears on floor and ‘it felt like someone had died’ when Mourinho quit in 2007, reveals Sidwell – The Sun
STEVE SIDWELL has revealed how Chelsea players including John Terry were left crying on the floor when Jose Mourinho announced he was leaving in 2007.
The Blues squad were stunned into silence when the Portuguese boss sat them down in the dressing room to reveal his unexpected departure in September.
Mourinho left the Blues as the most successful manager in the club's history following six major titles in just three years.