UK Back Pages: Barcelona Eye £50m Move for Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey

Sean Fay@@Sean_FayUK Staff WriterMay 21, 2015

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For the third day in row, Raheem Sterling's "civil war" with Liverpool dominates the UK back pages.

However, there is little new that's been added to the story, with the newspapers concentrating on alleged comments from Sterling's agent, Aidy Ward, which were widely reported online throughout Thursday. 

There are, though, a few interesting transfer rumours in the back pages, not least from The Sun, who claim Barcelona are eyeing a £50 million move for Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey despite their transfer ban. 

The paper claims that Barcelona have watched the Welsh midfielder 10 times this season. 

The Daily Star also have an intriguing bit of speculation, as they say that Manchester United could make a £10 million "bargain" move for Bayern Munich's Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Elsewhere, Sterling and the first day of the Test match dominate. 

[Twitter: @suttonnick]

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