LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsenal target Jan Oblak admits he is unsure whether he will still be at Atletico Madrid next season ahead of a transfer window that could see a host of Europe’s top goalkeepers on the move.
Lucas Piazon has admitted he doesn’t know if he will remain at Fulham next season or return to parent club Chelsea.
Gareth Bale described breaking Wales’ international goalscoring record as an “incredible honour” as his hat-trick against China took the Real Madrid star to 29 goals for his country.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Jose Mourinho wants to ship out at least six Manchester United players in the summer transfer window.
Victor Lindelof insists there are ‘no problems’ between Mourinho and midfielder Paul Pogba.
Liverpool have been named as an unlikely club monitoring Jack Wilshere’s contract situation at Arsenal.
Jurgen Klopp must deliver trophies if Liverpool are going to retain their top talent like Mohamed Salah, according to Kop legends Roy Evans and Steve McMahon.
Everton boss Sam Allardyce admits he admires Wilshere but refused to be drawn on whether he is interested in signing the Arsenal midfielder.
Mikel Merino has insisted he is happy at Newcastle United and believes he can achieve his dream of playing of Spain by remaining in black and white.
Chris Coleman has told senior Sunderland players in the final months of their contracts that no decisions will be made on their futures until the end of the season.
The Black Cats boss hopes to tie teenage hotshots Joel Asoro and Josh Maja to new deals at the Stadium of Light.
Garry Monk is eyeing a reunion with Leeds playmaker Pablo Hernandez at Birmingham City, according to reports.
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves striker Leo Bonatini says he does not know whether his long-term future lies at the club.
Erik Pieters has reportedly been fined two weeks’ wages – around £70,000 – for defying a club curfew to attend a celebrity VIP event with his reality TV star wife.
THE DAILY ECHO
Steven Davis has remained at Southampton to rebuild fitness rather than head out on international duty with Northern Ireland.
Leicester City will have to look elsewhere in their hunt for a new right-back after January target Bouna Sarr declared his intentions to stay at Marseille beyond the summer.
Paul Clement and Steve McClaren are the favourites to be named the new Reading manager.
Brendan Rodgers insists Odsonne Edouard is one of the best youngsters he has worked – and maintained that he is the most natural striker at Celtic.