Tottenham Hotspur are considering a move for Norwich City's £50m-rated 22-year-old English defender Ben Godfrey. (Daily Express)
Spurs are also interested in the Canaries' England Under-21 right-back Max Aarons. (Daily Express)
Tottenham are losing patience with 26-year-old Eric Dier because the England midfielder is stalling on a new contract. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United have been given approval to sign Lyon's French striker Moussa Dembele, 23, in a £60m deal. (Daily Star)
Chelsea have agreed a deal to sign Ajax's Hakim Ziyech at the end of the season for £33.3m. (Sky Sports)
Chelsea have also been encouraged in their pursuit of Dembele as Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas admitted they will "sell the players who want to leave". (Daily Mail)
Paris St-Germain are set to offer France striker Kylian Mbappe a £41m-a-year contract to avoid losing the 21-year-old to Real Madrid in 2021. (Daily Mirror)
PSG are planning a summer approach for Manchester United's 22-year-old English goalkeeper Dean Henderson, who is on loan at Sheffield United. (Daily Mail)
Real Madrid are willing to pay Inter Milan the 120m euros needed to release Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez, 22, from his contract.
Manager Pep Guardiola has claimed Manchester City could sack him if they fail to beat Real Madrid in the Champions League. (Guardian)
Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce will push for a new contract for English striker Andy Carroll, despite the 31-year-old making only four Premier League starts since rejoining the Magpies last summer. (Northern Echo)
Wigan boss Paul Cook has been charged with using abusive language and improper conduct, the Football Association has announced. (Sky Sports)
Nuno Espirito Santo has held no talks with Wolves over a new deal. The Molineux boss, a huge favourite with fans, is out of contract in 15 months. (Sun)
Joey Barton hit with an FA charge after Fleetwood manager is sent off for the SECOND time this season.
Tottenham are planning to celebrate all-time record goalscorer Jimmy Greaves' 80th birthday before their Champions League match against RB Leipzig next week. (London Evening Standard)
Potential Manchester United buyers are reportedly being put off by the astronomical cost of repairs needed at the club's creaking Old Trafford ground. (Daily Mirror)
Millwall have held "positive" talks with Lewisham Council over plans to redevelop their stadium. (Sky Sports)
Bobby Madley is returning to professional refereeing in England after 18 months away from the game in this country. (Sky Sports)
Premier League referees Andy Madley and David Coote have failed FIFA fitness tests in an embarrassing blow to Mike Riley. Madley and Coote were the only referees put forward by the Professional Game Match Officials Board (PGMOL) to become members of the FIFA international list.