LONDON EVENING STANDARD
QPR director of football Les Ferdinand has warned Premier League clubs that top scorer Charlie Austin will not be sold on the cheap.
Liverpool’s interest in AC Milan’s Jeremy Menez is ‘just rumours’, according to the French forward’s brother.
West Ham are closing in on a £5m deal to sign Sampdoria midfield player Pedro Obiang, with Alex Song not expected to sign permanently from Barcelona.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Yaya Toure is ready to take a pay cut to join Inter Milan, according to reports.
Juan Mata has admitted he doesn’t know whether David De Gea will sign a new contract at Manchester United.
Luke Garbutt will get his chance in Everton’s final games but his future remains unclear says Roberto Martinez.
David Moyes has denied any talk he is heading back to the Premier League or taking over at Newcastle United.
Newcastle United are aiming to secure Premier League survival as they are linked with summer moves for defensive pair Jason Denayer and Virgil van Dijk of Celtic.
Southampton want Newcastle’s hot prospect Freddie Woodman.
Danny Graham’s all-round contribution has been just as important to Sunderland’s revival as his first goal in red and white, believes Dick Advocaat.
Carson Yeung has this morning lost his appeal to overturn his conviction for money-laundering.
Dave Kemp says West Bromwich Albion have whittled down a list of transfer targets as they prepare for a busy summer. Andre-Pierre Gignac, Andre Ayew and Dimitar Berbatov are all potential targets.
Kenny Jackett could be at Wolves for a very long time, says Jez Moxey
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves have been named as one of a clutch of clubs interested in Real Madrid B defender Derik Osede, along with Southampton, Leicester, Burnley, Watford, Nottingham Forest and Bolton.
West Brom are weighing up a move for France international striker Andre-Pierre Gignac.
Geoff Cameron is ready to sign a new contract if Stoke City put an attractive deal in front of the American international.
Ryan Shawcross wants manager Mark Hughes to be handed a bigger cheque book this summer to make sure Stoke keep progressing.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Gaston Ramirez has played his final game for Hull City after it was confirmed his season has been curtailed by a hamstring injury.
Hull City’s name change saga is set to rumble on through the summer after a Football Association vote on the issue was shelved until at least July.
Former Claret Jamie Hoyland fears Danny Ings might not be the only player Burnley lose in the aftermath of relegation.
Teenage goalkeeper David Raya is determined to build on his breakthrough season and push Jason Steele and Simon Eastwood for a place between the Blackburn Rovers posts in 2015-16.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Football clubs don’t need to spend money to succeed, according to Swans chairman Huw Jenkins.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Nigel Adkins has reacted coolly to claims that he is in contention to become Leeds United’s next head coach, saying the rumours “haven’t come out of my mouth” and praising the performance of existing boss Neil Redfearn.
Steve McClaren is confident Derby County can attract top players this summer to boost the squad ahead of next season.
Louis Laing is preparing for crunch talks at Nottingham Forest this summer as the defender looks to resolve his future at the City Ground.
THE PINK UN
Norwich City boss Alex Neil has brushed off fresh speculation linking newly-crowned Premier League champions Chelsea with a summer transfer move for John Ruddy.
Swansea City are ready to offer Garry Monk a new deal to ward off any rival Premier League interest in the Manager of the Year contender.
Former Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup has been linked with a return to the Premier League with West Ham United.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton look ready to cut their losses with winger Rob Hall this summer.
WIGAN EVENING POST
Wigan Athletic’s hopes of keeping hold of Jermaine Pennant appear to be up in the air after the winger admitted he still harbours Premier League ambitions.
Blackpool face a legal battle to keep hold of midfielder Andrea Orlandi.
Inigo Calderon is set for his seventh season with Brighton after signing a new contract.
Brighton are searching for a fourth goalkeeping coach in two years following the resignation of homesick Finn Antti Niemi.
Chris Basham has insisted that Nigel Clough is the manager best equipped to restore Sheffield United’s Championship status after confirming he retains the full support of Bramall Lane’s first-team squad.
Adam Pearson says controversial Leeds owner Massimo Cellino persuaded him to swap Sheffield Wednesday for their Yorkshire neighbours.
Huddersfield Town could be ready to listen to any offers for goalkeeper Joe Murphy.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has told his players to prepare themselves for the “toughest year” of their respective careers.
Forgotten forward Holmbert Fridjonsson has called on Celtic to tell him if he’s coming or going this summer.
Alex Rae reckons Kenny Miller has what it takes to carry on leading the line for Rangers – as long as the Ibrox management give him time and space to rest his ageing limbs.