MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Jack Butland says it has been “a really positive” thing to be linked with a summer move to Manchester City.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsenal are set to launch a transfer raid for £20m-rated Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina, who has been likened to Paul Pogba.
Manchester City forward Kelechi Iheanacho has joined Michy Batshuayi and Jermain Defoe on West Ham’s summer transfer wish-list.
Defoe is seeking to capitalise on his free transfer status by demanding £100,000-a-week and a £6m signing-on fee to leave Sunderland.
Fulham teenager Ryan Sessegnon remains Liverpool’s top left-back target this summer.
Everton transfer target Gylfi Sigurdsson “expects to stay” at Swansea.
Tony Pulis is expected to press the case to sign John Terry when he meets West Brom’s owners next week.
Newcastle are understood to have offered young striker Tom Heardman a new deal.
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves have sounded out the availability of Hull boss Marco Silva.
A number of top clubs are keeping tabs on Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City will be without key trio Harry Maguire, Abel Hernandez and Evandro for the visit of Tottenham on Sunday.
Jason Lowe is one of six first-team players released by Blackburn following relegation to League One.
Eddie Howe admits he is facing a delicate financial balancing act as Bournemouth prepare for the summer transfer window.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Craig Noone is set to leave Cardiff City following end of season talks with manager Neil Warnock.
Cardiff are eyeing a move for Preston full-back Greg Cunningham.
GET WEST LONDON
Fulham will wait to make a decision over whether they try to sign loan players Lucas Piazon, Tomas Kalas and Chris Martin.
Derby have been linked with a move for Wolves defender Dominic Iorfa.
Derby County have placed a £10m asking price on former Nottingham winger Thomas Ince amid speculation he could leave.
Jordan Rhodes’ £10m permanent move to Sheffield Wednesday from Middlesbrough will still happen this summer despite Wednesday’s play-off defeat to Huddersfield.
Former Blackpool manager Neil McDonald has been appointed the new boss of Irish side Limerick FC.
Ipswich target Danny Ward has had his Rotherham contract extended by a year, pushing up his potential value in the transfer market.
Chris Wilder is not prepared to loan players from teams that make demands on playing time.