MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
- Leonardo Bonucci has put Manchester City on alert after admitting his love of the Premier League and describing Pep Guardiola as the best manager in the world.
- Sevilla have suggested that Manchester City’s Jesus Navas will return to play for them in the summer.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
- Sam Allardyce admitted Crystal Palace may get an offer for Wilfried Zaha that is too good to turn down this summer.
- Arsenal are set to stave off interest in Francis Cagigao, the club’s head of international recruitment, by considering him for a new role as sporting director.
- Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata has revealed he discussed a potential move to Tottenham with Mauricio Pochettino last summer.
- Everton will open talks with Wolfsburg in the hope of tying up another loan deal for Anton Donkor.
- Former Liverpool chairman Sir Martin Broughton claims the Reds “never wanted” Rafa Benitez to leave Anfield during the summer of 2010.
- Peter Reid has questioned Sunderland manager David Moyes’ approach and believes Sunderland are “going down with a whimper”.
- Sebastien Pocognoli’s future at West Bromwich Albion looks bleak, but the defender is not looking further than the weekend as he targets promotion with Brighton.
- Former Aston Villa pair Nigel Reo-Coker and Kieran Richardson have flown out to Spain to join Granada on trial.
- Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare has insisted he is not the person former boss Claudio Ranieri suggested may have pushed him out of the King Power Stadium.
HULL DAILY MAIL
- Hull City are reportedly still interested in the signing Fenerbahce defender Gregory Van der Wiel.
- Kevin Nolan says there is every chance Shola Ameobi could stay at Notts County next season because they are “mates”.
WEST LONDON SPORT
- West Ham are interested in Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic.
THE PINK UN
- Mitchell Dijks is enjoying his time with Norwich City and is not ruling out extending his time with The Canaries this summer.
- James Forrest has added himself to the growing list desperate to see Stuart Armstrong commit his future to Celtic.