Chelsea reportedly still hold an interest in signing Dries Mertens this summer but both Manchester United and Arsenal could hamper their chances. (Sunday Express)
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will sanction the departure of Harry Kane to Manchester United for a world-record fee of £200m because of financial worries and exasperation with England's captain for going off-message during the coronavirus crisis. (Mail on Sunday)
Liverpool tried to sign 21-year-old Norwegian midfielder Martin Odegaard last summer, before he made the loan switch to Real Sociedad from Real Madrid, according to his former manager Leonid Slutsky. (Metro)
West Ham and Crystal Palace are interested as Nigeria's former Sunderland striker Josh Maja, 21, considers a return to England from Bordeaux this summer. (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester United are leading the transfer race for Swansea ace Joe Rodon. (Sun on Sunday)
Former Nigeria international Abdul Sule says Manchester United could lose compatriot Odion Ighalo, 30, to one of their major European rivals if they do not sign the striker permanently from parent club Shanghai Shenhua this summer. (Goal)
James Rodriguez's agent has spoken to Manchester United and Juventus over a potential summer move from Real Madrid for the 28-year-old Colombia forward. (AS)
Coventry City are keen to secure a new contract for 23-year-old English midfielder Zain Westbrooke, who has been linked with a move to Derby County. (Derby Telegraph)
Liverpool have been priced out of a move for Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho, 20, leaving Manchester United in the leading position to sign the £88m-rated England international. (Football Insider)
Premier League clubs targeting 21-year-old RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano - including Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City -have been dealt a blow, with Real Madrid ready to move for the France Under-21 international.
England U21s are still waiting for confirmation of this year's Toulon Tournament joining the list of events cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Arsenal have proposed to their players they will not have to take a pay-cut for losses incurred by the club during the coronavirus crisis should they qualify for the Champions League - if and when the current Premier League season resumes. (Mail on Sunday))
UEFA could finish off this season's Champions League and Europa League competitions in one three-week block during August. (Sunday Mirror)
Nemanja Matic's upturn in form has left Manchester United with no choice but to offer the 31-year-old Serb midfielder a new deal. (Mail on Sunday))
English football's losses could ripple across Europe if the transfer market grinds to halt. (Sunday Telegraph)
Chelsea have opened Stamford Bridge to allow local players to train amid the coronavirus outbreak. (Sun on Sunday))
Former Liverpool player and manager Sir Kenny Dalglish has been released from hospital after testing positive for coronavirus.