MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Anthony Martial has not reported at Manchester United’s training base since he left their pre-season tour eight days ago and is set to be disciplined by the club.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Chelsea are still hoping they can convince Eden Hazard to sign a new contract at Stamford Bridge.
Crystal Palace are set to announce the signing of 22-year-old German midfielder Max Meyer.
West Ham have had a £27m bid for Uruguay’s Maxi Gomez turned down as manager Manuel Pellegrini steps up his search for another striker.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes says that star midfielder Luke Freeman is not for sale, amidst transfer speculation.
Chelsea’s hopes of signing Matias Vecino are about to improve as Inter Milan close in on a deal for Bayern Munich’s Arturo Vidal.
Liverpool have received a boost with the news that Naby Keita should be fit for Saturday’s friendly with Napoli in Dublin.
Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius could both be sold by Liverpool this summer
Newcastle United hope to have Yoshinori Muto on board as their new striker by the end of the week.
Birmingham City have finally addressed the transfer embargo which has been overshadowing their preparations for the new season.
EXPRESS & STAR
West Brom have had a £400,000 bid accepted by Yeovil Town for defender Tom James.
Walsall’s Dean Keates looks set to utilise the loan market as the boss works to add numbers to his squad just days before the season gets underway.
Ashley Williams could be one of the defenders Gary Rowett wants to bring in as soon as possible as Stoke City prepare to kick-off their Championship season.
THE DAILY ECHO
Fulham are expected to come back with an increased offer for Matt Targett and force Southampton to consider cashing in on their academy product to help fund another potential incoming.
Huddersfield head coach David Wagner says he has had honest conversations over the futures of Michael Hefele, Scott Malone and Collin Quaner, and says the club have “done as well as they can” to keep them fit.
Stewart Donald has revealed further details of the deal he struck with Ellis Short to buy Sunderland – and has praised Short for doing the right thing by the club.
Hull will have to raise the stakes if they want to sign Brighton midfielder Oliver Norwood.
Brighton are weighing up whether to hold on to hot prospect Viktor Gyokeres or loan him out to further his development.
Derby County will not sit back when they kick off the new Sky Bet Championship campaign against Reading on Friday night, says David Nugent.
Andy Kellett is facing a race against time to be fit for Notts County’s curtain-raiser against Colchester but says he is making injury progress.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche admits the transfer market is getting more difficult with every window.
THE PINK UN
Ivo Pinto has been understanding of the decision to make Grant Hanley captain for this season, Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke has revealed.
New Bristol City signing Niki Maenpaa says he wants to win promotion back to the Premier League.
Coventry City have turned down two offers for wanted man Rod McDonald as manager Mark Robins looks to strengthen his back four ahead of the new season.
Gary Bowyer says he has a good idea of what team he is likely to pick for Blackpool’s first game of the season at Wycombe Wanderers.
Manager Jos Luhukay is urging his Sheffield Wednesday team to “surprise people” who have written off their chances of success this season.
Brendan Rodgers dismissed suggestions he is at loggerheads with the Celtic board over their long-standing transfer policy
EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS
Hibs are fighting it out with a clutch of other European clubs – two of which are from the Netherlands – for the signature of Darmstadt striker Jamie Maclaren.