Arsenal are considering a summer move for Celtic's French forward Odsonne Edouard, 22, as they aim to build ahead of next season. (Daily Mirror)
Tottenham are interested in signing QPR's English midfielder Eberechi Eze, 21, although Crystal Palace and Sheffield United, who were interested in the player, are unwilling to pay the £20m QPR want. (Daily Express)
Chelsea are interested in signing West Ham and England defensive midfielder Declan Rice, 21, in the summer. (Sky Sports)
Newcastle hope they will be able to sign on-loan England full-back Danny Rose, 29, on a permanent basis from Tottenham when the transfer market re-opens this summer. (I Sport)
Manchester United have been given a boost in their pursuit of Birmingham's Jude Bellingham as Borussia Dortmund have abandoned their plans to bid for the 16-year-old English midfielder. (Daily Mirror)
Bayern Munich and Austria defender David Alaba, 27, will reject a move to Manchester City this summer in favour of joining either Real Madrid or Barcelona. (Sports Mole)
Lille and Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen, 21, has become a "priority" signing for Manchester United in the next transfer window. (Daily Star)
Manchester City are interested in signing Brescia and Italy midfielder Sandro Tonali, 19.
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has been helping out during the coronavirus outbreak by delivering food to elderly members of society near Spurs' training ground in Enfield.
American billionaire Michael Dell, 55, who is said to have a net worth of $31.2bn (£26.9bn), is discussing investment in Championship club Derby County. (NBC Sports)
Charlton owner Tahnoon Nimer has told Sky Sports News he will immediately inject money into the club to safeguard its future during the coronavirus crisis. (Sky Sports)
Wycombe owner Rob Couhig insists the club will survive the coronavirus crisis but has warned he may have to make some "undesirable" decisions in the process. (Sky Sports)
Football matches could be played away from London when sport resumes because of the capital's relatively high number of coronavirus cases. (Daily Telegraph)
The Premier League has sent a seven-point plan to club doctors in a bid to combat coronavirus - and warned players who disregard advice and leave the country that football will go on without them should they be unable to return. (Daily Mail)
Premier League stars are warming to the idea of playing the remaining games of the season behind closed doors in order to complete the campaign. (Daily Mail)
The PFA will provide a new emergency fund to help players in the lower leagues after meeting with the Premier League and EFL today.