Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon favours a move to Liverpool over any other of the Premier League big boys. (Daily Express)
Manchester United are keen to sign Watford's Abdoulaye Doucoure, but face competition for the 25-year-old French midfielder from Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal. (Daily Mirror)
Liverpool are close to reaching an agreement with Monaco for 22-year-old France winger Thomas Lemar. (Le 10 Sport)
Manchester United are the favourites to sign Juventus' France midfielder Blaise Matuidi, 30, this summer. (Daily Star)
Watford, Liverpool, Arsenal and West Ham are all interested in Benfica's 23-year-old midfielder Bryan Cristante. However, the Italian is first expected to complete a move to Atalanta, where he is currently on loan. (Watford Observer)
Argentina forward Pablo Dybala, 24, a target for Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid, will sign a new five-year deal with Juventus that does not include a release clause. (Sun)
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has made finding a long-term successor to Brazil midfielder Fernandinho, 32, his priority this summer. (Manchester Evening News)
Arsenal are considering a £20m move for Bayer Leverkusen and Germany goalkeeper Bernd Leno, 26, which casts a doubt over the future of 35-year-old Petr Cech. (Daily Mail)
Schalke's Max Meyer could join Atletico Madrid on a free transfer in the summer. The 22-year-old Germany midfielder's contract expires in June. (Daily Mail)
Bayern Munich full-back David Alaba, 25, is open to a move to Barcelona, with the Austria defender saying he can "imagine looking for a new challenge". (Kurier)
Juventus are not prepared to sell 29-year-old Colombia winger Juan Cuadrado at any price.
The Arsenal Supporters' Trust are set to meet with chief executive Ivan Gazidis this weekend to present findings of a survey in which 88% of fans who voted want the club to sack manager Wenger this summer. (London Evening Standard)
Former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour says Gunners owner Stan Kroenke is not worried about the club's results, just making money. (Talksport)
Meanwhile, Arsenal manager Wenger is no longer on Paris St-Germain's wanted list, according to French football writer Julien Laurens. (5 live Football Daily)
Former Netherlands striker Patrick Kluivert is in talks with League One Oxford United about becoming the club's new manager. (Sun)
Bournemouth are confident of persuading manager Eddie Howe, 40, to remain with the club this summer.
Gareth Southgate is considering a sensational England call-up for Brighton striker Glenn Murray. (Sun)
Gareth Southgate is considering calling Burnley's James Tarkowski into his England squad for the friendlies against Holland and Italy as he attempts to solve a potential defensive crisis. (Daily Telegraph)
Alex McLeish's first Scotland squad announcement has been postponed until next week.
Liverpool's Mo Salah has cemented his hero status in Egypt - by donating £500,000 to a children's hospital. (Sun)
Arsenal's team spirit is being tested by the growing pay divide among the squad. The Gunners are sixth in the Premier League after three successive league defeats. (Times)
Concerns over the future of National League side Dagenham and Redbridge are growing after two potential new investors withdrew their interest. (London Evening Standard)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is set to land a personal £2m bonus if Manchester United win the Champions League this season. (Sun)
Wilfried Zaha hopes to be back for Crystal Palace on Saturday week. (Sun)
The Spanish state-run pools, La Quiniela, has decided to mark International Women's Day on 8 March by including games from the Liga Iberdrola women's professional league on this weekend's coupon. (AS)
Leicester City forward Riyad Mahrez, 27, caused panic among Foxes fans after a message appeared on his Facebook page claiming he had "decided to stay away from football". A club spokesman said the retirement message was as a result of the player's account being hacked. (Riyad Mahrez on Facebook)
Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso says former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique "would be good for any club", with the Spaniard linked as a replacement for Blues manager Antonio Conte.