Tottenham plan to sell goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga on a permanent deal this summer. The Argentina international, 29, joined Spanish club Elche on loan at the end of the January window. (Football Insider)
Manchester United are reluctant to meet the £68m buyout clause for Sevilla's 22-year-old French centre-back Jules Kounde. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City are considering offering Borussia Dortmund in excess of £100m for Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, 20, and USA midfielder Giovanni Reyna, 18, in the summer. (90min)
Dortmund could be willing to sell Haaland this summer - a year before his £70m release clause becomes active - but would demand up to £150m. (Daily Star)
Meanwhile, agent Jorge Mendes is ready to offer United a £30m-rated striker to replace Edinson Cavani, 34, amid ongoing uncertainty over the Uruguayan's future. (Daily Mirror)
West Ham will face competition from Leicester City if they try to make Manchester United's 28-year-old English midfielder Jesse Lingard's move permanent. (Daily Express)
Manchester United value English goalkeeper Dean Henderson at £40m should they decide to sell the 23-year-old. (Daily Express)
Henderson has become increasingly frustrated at a lack of playing time at Old Trafford. (Sky Sports)
Norwich City hope to receive up to £35m for English full-back Max Aarons, 21, who is a target of Manchester United. (Metro)
Everton are also considering a move for Aarons. (Sky Sports)
Everton are yet to make contact with Norwich over a deal for Aarons and anticipate competition from Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Barcelona. (Daily Mail)
Norwich rejected a bid from Roma for defender Aarons in the January transfer window. (Sun)
Crystal Palace's Dutch full-back Patrick van Aanholt has opened talks with an unnamed Champions League club. The 30-year-old is out of contract at Palace in the summer. (Football Insider)
Manchester United are ready to hijack Liverpool's plans to make a bid for Leeds forward Raphinha. (Daily Star)
Manchester United will not trigger the one-year extension in 32-year-old Spanish midfielder Juan Mata's contract. (Manchester Evening News)
West Ham are keen to bring Manchester United outcasts Dean Henderson and Jesse Lingard to the London Stadium on a permanent basis this summer. (Daily Star)
Serie A sides Juventus, Inter Milan and Roma are keen on signing Mata once he becomes a free agent at the end of the season. (Sun)
Liverpool are considering a summer move for Torino defender Gleison Bremer, with the player hugely admired by both Jurgen Klopp and Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti, according to reports. (Daily Express)
Sunderland will attempt to sign Wolves' English defender Dion Sanderson, 21, on a permanent basis at the end of the season. (Daily Mail)
Huddersfield Town are hopeful they can finalise a deal for former Everton striker Oumar Niasse. The Senegalese, 30, is currently a free agent. (Yorkshire Live)
Borussia Dortmund are to sign French centre-back Soumaila Coulibaly, 17, from Paris St-Germain.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke, 57, and former Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe, 43, are among the favourites to replace sacked Neil Lennon at Celtic. (Sun)
John Kennedy is the odds on favourite to become the next Celtic manager. (Scottish Sun)
Alan Pardew says he took the plunge into Bulgarian football, as CSKA Sofia's Technical Director, because for once he fancied fighting for silverware instead of survival.
Bayern Munich's 17-year-old midfielder Jamal Musiala, who played for England's youth teams, has chosen to represent Germany at international level.
Arsenal have closed their Hale End academy after a senior member of staff tested positive for Covid-19. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea's England striker Tammy Abraham, 23, is unwilling to enter contract talks while the club continues to be linked with Haaland. (Metro)
Premier League clubs have branded the Government's new quarantine rules 'illogical' - and are considering running meals-on-wheels services for self-isolating players and staff. (Daily Mail)
Marcus Rashford is at the centre of a multimillion-pound scramble as the world's leading sportswear giants try to prise him away from Nike. (Daily Mail)
Cardiff City have accused Nantes of backdating a cheque to obscure the fact they owned Emiliano Sala. (Daily Mail)
The 2020/21 non-League season at steps three to six has been curtailed with immediate effect. (Sky Sports)
League Two Forest Green are continuing their "adventure in alternative materials" as they prepare to line up in a kit made out of coffee grounds.