LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Fernando Llorente is set for a summer exit as Tottenham turn to Erik Lamela to fill the void left by the injured Harry Kane.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has offered his backing to under-fire Arsene Wenger, insisting the manager is the reason he joined Arsenal.
West Ham will appoint an experienced director of football at the end of the season in a bid to head off criticism from fans of their recruitment strategy.
Crystal Palace are willing to rename Selhurst Park to help fund a £100m redevelopment of the stadium and Steve Parish is hopeful fans will understand even if they are not happy about it.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Paul Pogba trained for Manchester United on Monday morning but Jose Mourinho said he did not know whether he would be fit to face Sevilla on Tuesday night.
Roma may have dropped a hint of their willingness to sell their goalkeeper Alisson, with French reports claiming they have started scouting his replacement.
On-loan Liverpool striker Divock Origi is “not happy” with his current plight at Wolfsburg but intends to stay and fight for his place.
Birmingham left-back Cheick Keita is to be questioned by Italian police after his car was involved in a hit and run.
Bruno Martins Indi has asked Stoke fans to stay and make noise for 90 minutes as they head into a pivotal home match against Everton.
THE DAILY ECHO
Southampton are wasting no time in their attempts to hire a new manager and are confident of naming Mauricio Pellegrino’s replacement very soon.
Steve Cook is adamant Premier League referees need video assistance and has urged the authorities to make sure VAR is “up to scratch”.
Leicester are jetting to Spain to prepare for next weekend’s FA Cup quarter-final with Chelsea.
Rumours that Ki Sung-Yueng will head to Italy this summer are showing no signs of going away amid reports that Milan are edging closer to securing his signature.
Christian Walton has set his sights on Mathew Ryan’s No. 1 spot at Brighton.
Former Rangers manager Alex McLeish today revealed he seriously considered handing Ibrox centre half David Bates a Scotland call-up.