LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Harry Kane insists that he plans to stay at Tottenham for a ‘very long time’ amid speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United this summer.
Hector Bellerin insists Arsenal’s stuttering form is not a concern ahead of the FA Cup final.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Gareth Bale met the Real Madrid hierarchy on Wednesday to discuss his future at the club.
Mats Hummels is set to stay at Borussia Dortmund, rather than move to Manchester United, his club have confirmed
Pep Guardiola will assess the managerial situation at Manchester United before making a decision about City.
Paul Pogba’s former agent has claimed that Paris Saint-Germain cannot afford the expected £44m asking price for the midfielder.
Former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez will reportedly become the next coach of Real Madrid.
Liverpool have rejected an approach from Manchester United for Raheem Sterling.
Everton defender Brendan Galloway has hailed the influence of coach David Unsworth after his Premier League debut.
Paul Dummett admits that Newcastle United supporters are “sick” of hearing Toon players talk about how survival is still in their hands.
Newcastle could get another chance to appoint Steve McClaren with the coach set to hold talks over his Derby future next week.
Sunderland are desperate to keep Dick Advocaat at the Stadium of Light after leading the Black Cats to Premier League survival.
Jermain Defoe says the Sunderland dressing room are united in wanting Advocaat to remain as head coach.
Birmingham boss Gary Rowett says the team won’t have a lower budget than last season but believes reducing the size of the squad will help club move forward.
West Brom duo Boaz Myhill and Gareth McAuley are expected to extend their stays at The Hawthorns.
Christian Benteke insists he is not Aston Villa’s saviour, instead praising the midfielders for their work behind him.
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves are in talks with goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak over a new deal as the club continued their secrecy over fellow shot-stopper Aaron McCarey’s failed drugs test.
Marc Muniesa is working with Stoke’s medical team to make sure the injury problems which have blighted his early career are consigned to the past.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he has not given up on Oscar, despite the Brazilian being linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Lukasz Fabianski insists the credit should go to the Swansea team – not him – if he claims the Premier League golden glove award this weekend.
Jack Cork insists Swansea City have the potential to better this season’s record-breaking achievements.
Jose Fonte has urged Southampton to do everything they can not to leave their European fate up to Arsenal.
HULL DAILY MAIL
James Chester has set his heart on creating another “special story” in his Hull career by clinching Premier League survival with a win against his boyhood club Manchester United.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United director Adam Pearson has told outgoing head coach Neil Redfearn that he is free to resume his old job as academy boss.
Aitor Karanka will monitor the fitness of Ben Gibson and Patrick Bamford today as Boro gear towards Monday’s Championship play-off final.
Scott McDonald has been freed to play in the first leg of the SPFL Premiership Play-Off final after having the red card he picked up against St Mirren overturned.
Scott Brown will not have revenge on his mind when he lines up against Inverness Caley on Sunday.