- Jamie Vardy is on Atletico Madrid’s list of transfer targets if Diego Simeone stays at the club.
- Leicester are keeping tabs on Luton defender James Justin with a view to signing the teenager.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
- Diego Costa has confirmed he will decide his future at Chelsea after the end of the season.
- Shkodran Mustafi has admitted he fears Arsenal have left it too late to secure a top-four finish in the Premier League.
- Chelsea have begun their search to sell the naming rights to their new stadium, which will retain Stamford Bridge in its title.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
- Pep Guardiola is considering a summer reunion with former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes, according to reports.
- Manchester United should be ’embarrassed’ by their league position – despite being on the cusp of reaching the Europa League final, according to former skipper Roy Keane.
- Real Madrid would drop Keylor Navas for David de Gea ‘tomorrow’ – according to Steve McManaman.
- Everton target Wayne Rooney has given the clearest indication yet that he will be leaving Manchester United this summer.
- Lucas Leiva believes Liverpool have two “finals” ahead of them as they fight to secure a place in the top four and with it a coveted Champions League place.
- Everton will definitely begin their Europa League campaign in July – irrespective of whether or not Manchester United lift the trophy later this month.
- Newcastle United defender Achraf Lazaar could be off-loaded this summer with Rafa Benitez’s rebuilding project now ready to get under way.
- Sunderland will be a big draw for players in the Championship next season after struggling for years to attract top talent in the Premier League, according to David Moyes.
- Jermain Defoe has paid tribute to the Sunderland support ahead of what is likely to be his final game at the Stadium of Light this weekend.
- Billy Jones says he is determined to play his part in a promotion campaign with Sunderland next season.
- Harry Redknapp has delivered an upbeat message – ‘planning a promotion push starts now’ – as he readies himself to become Birmingham City’s new manager.
EXPRESS & STAR
- Tony Pulis says he has not had enough depth to his squad during the run-in to rest as many fatigued players as he would have liked.
- Jack Price could be the first casualty of Wolves’ summer clear-out as Paul Lambert and Kevin Thelwell prepare for crunch budget talks.
- Galatasaray are preparing a bid for Bruno Martins Indi if Stoke choose not to take up an option to make his loan from Porto permanent.
- Stoke are showing an interest in Coventry City rookie defender Chris Camwell.
THE DAILY ECHO
- Claude Peul insists Southampton still have plenty to play for in their three remaining Premier League fixtures.
- Maya Yoshida has demanded more from Southampton after admitting they were too easily beaten by Arsenal on Wednesday.
HULL DAILY MAIL
- Lazar Markovic has been ruled out for the remainder of the season with an ankle injury.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
- Leeds have fined Charlie Taylor two weeks’ wages over his refusal to play at Wigan amid confirmation from Tony Pulis that West Brom are in negotiations to sign the left-back.
- Nottingham Forest have been linked with a player dubbed the ‘Turkish Messi’ – Walsall midfielder Erhun Oztumer.
THE PINK UN
- Alex Neil has backed former Norwich City No 1 John Ruddy to land a Premier League move following his release from Carrow Road.
- West Brom have not approached Middlesbrough over Ben Gibson, Baggies boss Tony Pulis insists.
- Middlesbrough have opted against signing Hearts defender Jordan McGhee on a permanent basis.
- Paul Clement has revealed Kyle Bartley will remain at Swansea after returning from his season-long loan at Leeds.
THE BOLTON NEWS
- Bolton are attempting to solve debts with HMRC which resulted in two winding-up petitions being served to the club.
- Brighton and Hove Albion winger Solly March is aiming to take the Premier League by storm.
- Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Sam Hutchinson hopes head coach Carlos Carvalhal extends his stay at Hillsborough.
- Charlie Adam doesn’t see why signing old boys like Steven Naismith this summer should be seen as a step backwards for a club like Rangers.