Arsenal believe they can bring in 24-year-old Brighton and Mali midfielder Yves Bissouma for £30m. (Daily Star on Sunday)
Everton have joined Chelsea, Leeds United, Tottenham, Barcelona and Inter Milan in wanting to sign Argentina striker Sergio Aguero, who will be available on a free transfer when he leaves Manchester City in the summer. (Daily Star on Sunday)
Manchester United will sell France midfielder Paul Pogba this summer if the 28-year-old does not commit to a new deal. (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester United will reject any bids for Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek, 24, this summer. (Sun on Sunday)
AC Milan are monitoring Chelsea and England striker Tammy Abraham, 23, who is also wanted by West Ham. (London Evening Standard)
Aston Villa are planning a move for Manchester United's 23-year-old English centre-back Axel Tuanzebe, who has previously spent a spell on loan at the Midlands club. (Football Insider)
Spain defender Eric Garcia's agent is close to agreeing a deal which would see the 20-year-old join Barcelona on a free transfer after his contract with Manchester City runs out in the summer. (Mundo Deportivo)
Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma's contract with AC Milan runs out in the summer and his agent, Mino Raiola, has held talks with Juventus about the 22-year-old joining them.
Fulham manager Scott Parker is emerging as a possible contender to replace the sacked Jose Mourinho at Tottenham, where Parker spent two years as a player. (Football Insider)
Belgium boss Roberto Martinez would be open to a return to Premier League management - and managerless Tottenham are keeping tabs on him. (Sun on Sunday)
Ralf Rangnick, 62, and Rafa Benitez, 61, are being considered by Tottenham after a succession of managers ruled themselves out of taking over from Jose Mourinho - and the security of experience begins to look more desirable than youthful potential. (Mail on Sunday)
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta could be willing to give 21-year-old English midfielder Joe Willock, who is on loan at Newcastle United, a chance to prove himself with the Gunners. (Shields Gazzette)
Arteta also says Arsenal "are going to have that discussion" when it comes to extending 20-year-old English midfielder Emile Smith Rowe's contract at the club. (Sky Sports)
Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo has responded to rumours about his future by saying he has spoken with the club's owners and is "not concerned when it comes to my work".
Departing Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick wants to become Germany coach when Joachim Low leaves after this summer's European Championship and is not interested in taking over at Tottenham.
Manchester United will open talks with Paul Pogba about a new £400,000-a-week contract this month - as they step up their bid to prevent the £89m Frenchman walking away for nothing. (Sunday Mirror)
Egypt forward Mohamed Salah says Liverpool have not spoken to him about extending his deal at the club, with the 28-year-old's current contract running until the summer of 2023. (Sky Sports)
Manchester City are still being investigated for violating financial fair play rules more than two years after the Premier League began investigating. (Mail on Sunday)
Manchester United and Liverpool fans are united in believing that representation at boardroom level is at last within their grasp, with Liverpool supporters expected to meet club chief executive Billy Hogan this week to discuss plans. (Mail on Sunday)
Norwich have won the Sky Bet Championship title after a 4-1 win against Reading at Carrow Road. (Sky Sports)
Huddersfield confirmed their Sky Bet Championship status for another season after a 1-1 draw against Coventry. (Sky Sports)
Northampton have been relegated from League One after losing 3-0 to Blackpool. (Sky Sports)
Taylor Richards' double condemned Rochdale to relegation as Doncaster won 2-1 at the Crown Oil Arena. (Sky Sports)
Peterborough have been promoted to the Sky Bet Championship after a thrilling 3-3 draw against Lincoln. (Sky Sports)
Southend's 101-year spell in the Football League has come to an end despite their 2-1 win against Barrow.