Manchester City will rival Manchester United and Tottenham for Fulham's 17-year-old English left-back Ryan Sessegnon. (Sunday Mirror)
West Brom are bracing themselves for a mass exit of players if they drop down to the Championship, with Northern Ireland defender Jonny Evans, 30, England goalkeeper Ben Foster, 34, English defender Craig Dawson, 27, and England striker Jay Rodriguez, 28, all attracting interest from other clubs. (Sun on Sunday)
Arsenal are ready to sell Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey, 27, as the club look to avoid losing him for nothing in the summer of 2019. (Mail on Sunday)
Manchester United will offer keeper David de Gea, 27, a new deal worth £350-000-a-week to stop him joining Real Madrid. (Daily Star on Sunday)
Everton are determined to sign England striker Jamie Vardy from Leicester and the 31-year-old is the club's number one target in the summer. (Sunday Mirror)
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is eyeing a reunion with Barcelona and Spain midfielder Andres Iniesta, 33 at Etihad Stadium. (Sunday Mirror)
Liverpool are leading the chase to sign Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri, with Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham also interested in the 26-year-old. (Sun on Sunday)
Brazil winger Willian, 29, says he wants to remain at Chelsea long-term, but admits he will leave if they didn't want him. (Sunday Express)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic says that signing with a Major League Soccer side in the United States of America is tempting. The 36-year-old Swedish striker is expected to leave Manchester United at the end of the season. (Sky Sports)
Notts County are aiming to make ex-Spain winger Diego Capel, 30, the best-paid player in League Two history, with a £15,000-a-week deal.
(Sun on Sunday)
Steve Cotterill has been sacked by Birmingham after a fifth consecutive league defeat left the club two points adrift of safety in the Sky Bet Championship. (Sky Sports)
Arsenal and Chelsea will battle it out to acquire the services of Carlo Ancelotti as manager in the summer. (Sunday Express)
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted the Gunners are getting worse and added: "We analyse that at the end of the season and don't worry, I can live with reality." (Sunday Times)
Germany manager Joachim Low is emerging as the favourite to replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal boss. (Mail on Sunday)
West Brom boss Alan Pardew is on the brink of losing his job after Saturday's defeat to Watford. (Sunday Telegraph)
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has been linked with replacing Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, but the 45-year-old says he is "living in a dream" at the Scottish side.
Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has questioned the way Fifa president Gianni Infantino and Uefa counterpart Aleksander Ceferin are running the game and says Financial Fair Play "seems a symbol of how football governance is failing". (Sunday Times)
Liverpool have begun contract talks with Brazil forward Roberto Firmino. Manager Jurgen Klopp has said that the 26-year-old deserves a new contract. (Metro)
Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola says there is no feud between the French midfielder, 24, and Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho. (Mail on Sunday)
Brazil and Paris St-Germain forward Neymar, 26, will earn $1m (£725,000) as part of his lucrative Nike sponsorship deal if he can go on to win the Ballon d'Or. (Mail on Sunday)
Manchester City's players are in line for £1m bonuses if they win both the Premier League and Champions League.
(Sun on Sunday)