Leeds United could make a move for Tottenham Hotspur and Argentina defender Juan Foyth, 22, if they are promoted to the Premier League. (Football Insider)
Manchester United have been scouting Schalke's Wales winger Rabbi Matondo and could make a move for the 19-year-old if they fail to sign Borussia Dortmund and England forward Jadon Sancho, 20. (Manchester Evening News)
Chelsea target Dries Mertens is looking to stay in Serie A if his Napoli contract runs out, with Inter Milan also interested in the 33-year-old Belgium forward. (Daily Mail)
Newcastle are preparing a bid of £26m for Juventus ace Adrien Rabiot. (Daily Express)
Brazil midfielder Philippe Coutinho's agent says he has not held talks with any clubs about the 27-year-old Barcelona player, who is on loan at Bayern Munich. (Talksport)
Southampton's English striker Che Adams is set to be made available in the summer for £10m or less - despite Championship side Leeds United agreeing a £19m fee for the 23-year-old in January before changing their mind. (Football Insider)
Wolves have lined up a bid for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Joao Palhinha after ordering Morgan Gibbs-White to remain at home after breaching lockdown rules. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United's 19-year-old England Under-20 midfielder Angel Gomes, whose deal with the club runs out this summer, has not signed a new contract because of doubts over breaking into the first team and the club targeting similar aged players. (Manchester Evening News)
Manchester United scout Piotr Sadowski believes players from Eastern European clubs are more likely to be targeted by wealthier teams in the upcoming window due to their cheaper market value.
Manager Graham Potter says the third Brighton player to test positive for coronavirus is 'feeling good'.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane says he has fully recovered from a hamstring injury and will be "ready to go" whenever the Premier League resumes. (Sky Sports)
Southampton and Watford set to give short-term contracts to released youth players to allow them to use club facilities and boost their chances of earning new contracts elsewhere. (Daily Mail)
Midfielder David Silva's contract with Manchester City is due to end on 30 June but the Spaniard, 34, is willing to extend it until the end of the campaign, his last with the club. (Times)
Dele Alli has been visited by a police officer at his home as the investigation into his robbery continues. (Daily Mirror)
Premier League pals of Dele Alli have hatched a plan to make his stolen watches too hot to handle so they can't be sold on. (Sun)
Footballers are buying ferocious guard dogs as it emerged knife raiders took £350,000 of watches from England's Dele Alli. (Sun)
Championship club owners will be forced to fund the cost of coronavirus testing unless a white knight emerges who is prepared to foot the bill. (Daily Telegraph)
Celtic could be crowned champions on Friday and Hearts relegated with talks between SPFL and top-tier clubs taking place. (Daily Mail)
A whopping 700,000 pints of beer could be wasted at London's football stadiums - because there's no one to drink it.