LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Inter Milan have agreed to make striker Mauro Icardi their highest-paid player in a bid to prevent Chelsea from luring the Argentine to Stamford Bridge.
Udinese’s best players could move to Watford as the Pozzo family prioritise the Premier League.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United target Gareth Bale has vowed to prove he is not an £85m flop.
Jordon Ibe will sign a new five-year contract with Liverpool next week.
Leighton Baines will be sidelined until the start of pre-season after undergoing ankle surgery.
Newcastle United transfer target Charlie Austin has said he’ll be with QPR in pre-season – unless he’s told otherwise by the club.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are considering a move for soon to be out of contract Newcastle United forward Sammy Ameobi.
Gary Rowett praised Demarai Gray’s ‘Premier League’ ability and admits the Birmingham winger’s performances won’t have gone unnoticed amongst potential suitors.
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves have joined West Brom in chasing Newcastle winger Sammy Ameobi as a potential replacement for Bakary Sako.
THE DAILY ECHO
Southampton executive director Les Reed says contract negotiations with Manchester United target Nathaniel Clyne are in “a very good place” and he is confident of a resolution soon.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City will not be forced into a fire-sale this summer if their time in the Premier League was to end with relegation next week.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Huw Jenkins insists Swansea City will never hide behind their inferior financial muscle when it comes to competing on the pitch.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Rodolph Austin and Aidan White were the most high-profile casualties as Leeds United released nine players.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Cash-flow problems look like costing Bolton Wanderers key out-of-contract trio Matt Mills, Adam Bogdan and Darren Pratley.
Peter Clarke is the surprise name at the top of Blackpool’s released list.
Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough has revealed a centre-half is his immediate priority in this summer’s transfer market.
MK Dons manager Karl Robinson has made it known he is not interested in joining Rangers after discovering he was a potential dugout target for the Ibrox club.