LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Bayern Munich have joined Arsenal and Tottenham in the race for Bordeaux winger Malcom, the German giants’ manager Jupp Heynckes has confirmed.
Paris Saint Germain will meet Antonio Conte’s representative next week, according to a report in L’Equipe.
Tottenham goalscorer Heung-min Son reacted angrily to suggestions that last night’s Champions League defeat by Juventus was down to a lack of experience.
West Ham supporters’ proposed protest march before Saturday’s home match against Burnley has been called off.
Liverpool defender Andy Robertson sprung a huge surprise on a young fan after sending him a signed Roberto Firmino shirt as a reward for donating his pocket money to a local foodbank.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United want to step up negotiations over a contract extension for Anthony Martial.
Pep Guardiola dismissed concerns about the strength of his squad – despite criticising his much-changed Manchester City side after their Champions League defeat to Basel.
Guardiola will continue his pursuit of Shakhtar’s Fred as a long-term successor to Fernandinho in the summer.
Steven Gerrard reckons Mohamed Salah is the best African player to ever grace the Premier League.
Liverpool could have lined up with a defence consisting of Petr Cech, Gerard Pique and John Terry – if they had been successful in their pursuits.
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves have admitted there is a risk of “financial and operational” sanctions as it emerged debt at the club had quadrupled to more than £23.8million for the last season.
Villa chief executive Keith Wyness has stoked up controversy surrounding the Wolves-Jorge Mendes links – tweeting a link to a story about the sacking of Paul Lambert hours before an EFL board meeting today.
Tony Pulis is backing Paul Lambert to squeeze every ounce out of the Stoke City squad to make sure they stay in the Premier League.
HULL DAILY MAIL
A Hull City supporter has been issued with a three-year banning order from attending any event at the KCOM Stadium following his protest against the club’s owners Assem and Ehab Allam.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Cardiff City’s debt currently stands at more than £115m, it has been revealed.
Nottingham Forest’s latest accounts show a debt of more than £19m to Fawaz Al Hasawi.
THE PINK UN
Daniel Farke is urging Norwich City fans not to rush to judge young striker Dennis Srbeny.
Brighton have imposed a temporary ban on Amex season ticket holders who touted their seats for the showpiece win against Arsenal.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers believes the pressure is firmly on Rangers going into Sunday’s Old Firm derby at Ibrox.
WEST LONDON SPORT
QPR striker Idrissa Sylla is being lined up for a return to action next week.