Manchester United, Tottenham and Arsenal are among a host of clubs keen to sign 17-year-old Michael Chambers, a 6ft 2ins centre-back currently playing for Ryman Division One South leaders Dulwich Hamlet. Full story: Daily Mail
Middlesbrough are hoping to secure Coventry striker Lukas Jutkiewicz on loan, with a view to a permanent move in the region of £1.75m. Full story: Daily Mirror
Under-fire Blackburn boss Steve Kean has reportedly signed a new and improved contract to stay at the Ewood Park helm. Full story: Daily Mirror
Manchester City will fine Carlos Tevez £600,000 for missing training and returning to Argentina without permission and could sack the Argentine striker, 27, if he does not return to Manchester quickly.
Full story: The Sun
Tevez insists he tried to contact City manager Roberto Mancini at least 10 times to ask for his permission to return to Argentina. Full story: the Independent
Former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti is set to take over as the new manager of Paris St Germain, ending speculation he might take over at Tottenham if Harry Redknapp becomes the new England manager.
Full story: talkSPORT
England coach Fabio Capello has telephoned Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand to tell him he is still part of his plans and that he will go to Euro 2012. Full story: Daily Mirror
Hull want Milton Keynes Dons boss Karl Robinson as their new manager if Nigel Pearson is appointed at Leicester. Full story: Daily Mirror
Manchester United coach Warren Joyce, 46, is also a contender to replace Pearson at Hull. Full story: Daily Mail
West Bromwich Albion goalkeeping coach Dean Kiely is likely to join Michael Appleton at Portsmouth, if the Baggies coach is named as the new manager at Fratton Park. Full story: Daily Mail
Blackburn's former Barcelona forward Ruben Rochina, 20, claims swapping the Nou Camp for Ewood Park has made him a better player. Full story: Daily Star
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez admits he finds it impossible to understand manager Kenny Dalglish's broad Glaswegian accent, but says he wants to stay at Anfield after his current five-year deal expires. Full story: Daily Mirror
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