What the papers say Hopes of a return to the Premier League for Gareth Bale appear to be fading amid reports Manchester United and Tottenham have both closed the door on a big-money move for the Wales international. The Daily Mail reports that a combination of his age and injury problems has put both clubs off signing a player who earns £600,000-a-week before tax. The Telegraph claims the 29-year-old could instead be heading to China, reporting that Beijing Guoan are interested in making Bale the highest-paid player in Chinese football history. The Independent, meanwhile, suggests Paris St Germain could be preparing a swap deal for Bale that would send Neymar to the Bernabeu.
The papers open with moves to negate a no-deal exit from the European Union and the costs of care for people diagnosed with dementia also makes the fronts on Friday.
Boris Johnson and a celebrity-backed plea over free TV licences for over-75s make headlines on Wednesday.
Warships, the fallout from leaked diplomatic cables and Ed Sheeran’s social anxiety lead Saturday’s papers.
Protests in Hong Kong and the latest from SW19 as Wimbledon begins make headlines on Tuesday.
The conclusion of the London Bridge terror attack inquest, Theresa May meeting Vladimir Putin and councils earning £1 billion from parking charges all make the front pages on Saturday.
Boris Johnson’s leadership bid, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s trip to South Africa, and a potential cure for baldness all make the front pages on Friday.
A variety of stories make the front pages on Thursday – from the latest pledges by the Tory leadership contenders to promising news in the fight against cervical cancer.
Boris Johnson appears across the front pages again on Wednesday, this time after a photographer caught him in a moment of affection with a supporter – albeit of the four-legged kind.
The latest fallout on Boris Johnson’s row and the cost to taxpayers for renovating the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new home lead Tuesday’s papers.
Scrutiny of Boris Johnson over a row at the home he shares with his partner has spilled into a new week, with the Tory leadership hopeful making headlines across the front pages.
Revelations that police were called to the home Boris Johnson shares with partner Carrie Symonds lead most of Saturday’s papers.
The Tory leadership battle between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt dominates the front pages on Friday after Michael Gove was eliminated from the race.
The Tory leadership race continues to make headlines, along with controversy over the latest television debate.
The Tory leadership contenders dominate the papers on Wednesday after they went head-to-head in another TV debate.
Tory leadership updates, listeria and Love Island “abuse” lead the papers.
The front pages are filled with would-be prime ministers jousting, a banking overhaul and a health horror.
A range of stories make up Saturday’s splashes.
Boris Johnson’s performance in the Tory leadership race leads many of Friday’s papers.
The launch of Boris Johnson’s campaign for Prime Minister, Brexit machinations and a ban on UK comedians travelling to Africa lead the papers.