De Gea’s Manchester United future thrown into doubt, while Liverpool expect Sterling to commit to long-term contract

Liverpool's Raheem Sterling (left) celebrates scoring

Liverpool's Raheem Sterling (left) celebrates scoring

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A round up of sporting headlines including news from Manchester United, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Chelsea, West Brom and Cambridge United.

DAILY MAIL: De Gea’s United future thrown into doubt after his agent refuses to rule out Real deal. Also: QPR have been offered Corinthians’ former AC Milan striker Alexandre Pato, 25.

DAILY EXPRESS: Cambridge United players have been warned they will have to fork out for a new shirt if they swap theirs with Manchester United stars tonight. Also: Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, 26, looks unlikely to turn his loan deal at Real Madrid into a permanent move and could return to Old Trafford in the summer.

DAILY STAR: Louis van Gaal feels the squeeze and admits Man Utd job is a pain in the bum. Also: Liverpool and Manchester United are battling it out to sign a Paraguayan teenager dubbed the next Sergio Aguero.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Chelsea set to let Mohamed Salah join Roma and Andre Schurrle to leave to raise funds for Juan Cuadrado. Also: Three of Fifa’s biggest sponsors - Castrol, Continental and Johnson & Johnson - have severed ties with football’s beleaguered world governing body.

THE TIMES: West Brom boss Tony Pulis has confirmed his interest in signing 23-year-old Wigan winger Callum McManaman and Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher.

SUN: Chelsea are working on a deal to sign 24-year-old Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Douglas Costa.

SKY SPORTS: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers expects England winger Raheem Sterling, 20, to commit his long-term future to the club very soon.