Premier League clubs, including Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham, are increasing their interest in Real Madrid and Spain midfielder Isco, 26, after his relationship with manager Santiago Solari hit a new low. (Football.London)
Arsenal and Tottenham are likely to compete for Villarreal's Spanish midfielder Pablo Fornals, 23. The Gunners may have to sell 30-year-old Germany international Mesut Ozil before making a move. (Daily Express)
Tottenham could move for Argentina midfielder Giovani lo Celso, who has scored 12 goals on loan at Real Betis from Paris St-Germain this season, if Denmark international Christian Eriksen, 27, leaves to join Real Madrid. (Talksport)
However, Betis look set to take up an option to sign 22-year-old Lo Celso - also wanted by Real Madrid - on a permanent deal for £21.5m in the summer. (Marca)
Paris St-Germain and France striker Kylian Mbappe, a target for Real Madrid, has played down speculation linking the 20-year-old with a move away from the Ligue 1 champions this summer. (Squawka)
Manchester City are monitoring Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele with a view to making a summer move for the 22-year-old France international, who has also been watched by Tottenham, Manchester United and Juventus. (Daily Express)
Kilmarnock have made a pre-contract offer to their former midfielder, Derby's Craig Bryson. The 32-year-old Scot's existing deal ends this summer. (Daily Express)
Former Manchester City winger Rabbia Matondo, 18, says he joined Schalke in January because it increased his chances of making the Wales squad. (Manchester Evening News)
Celtic are keen to sign Chelsea defender Tomas Kalas, 25, who is on loan at Bristol City. (Daily Record)
Defender Sergio Ramos, 32, will seek to leave Real Madrid this summer if the club move to appoint former manager Jose Mourinho.
West Brom will have further talks with former Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic on Monday as the Championship club pursue a new head coach, following the dismissal of Darren Moore. (Daily Telegraph)
Carlos Carvalhal has emerged as a challenger for the newly-vacant West Brom manager's job along with Slavisa Jokanovic. (Daily Mirror)
Ex-Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri says Italian side Roma were the only club he would have accepted a short-term role with. (Goal)
Chelsea have put Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo on their list of managerial transfer targets. (Daily Star)
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, linked recently with Juventus, has told friends he is open to staying at Etihad Stadium for the next four years. (Daily Telegraph)
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has cast doubt on Ilkay Gundogan's Manchester City future by revealing the 28-year-old Germany midfielder is holding out on signing a new contract. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer denies his Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea, 28, was distracted by his ongoing contract dispute during the 2-0 defeat by Arsenal.
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Gareth Southgate will name his next England squad on Wednesday. (Sky Sports)
Jordan Pickford faces losing his job as England goalkeeper after a run of inconsistent form with Everton. (Daily Mirror)
Chris Hughton believes Lewis Dunk deserves a place in Gareth Southgate's next England squad.
Tottenham will look to forget Saturday's Premier League defeat against Southampton by heading to Spain for a training camp - they do not play again until March 31. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester City, Wolves and Leeds United are at the forefront of a digital revolution in the transfer market, using an online marketplace to buy and sell players. (Sun)
FIFA is facing fresh calls to investigate a secret $100m TV deal offered to Qatar's state-run broadcaster Al Jazeera three weeks before the nation was awarded the 2022 World Cup.