A look at the best stories from Friday's back pages...
- Manchester United are weighing up summer moves for three Serie A defenders - Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly, Inter's Milan Skriniar and Sampdoria's Joachim Andersen.
- Jose Mourinho is to hold talks with Inter Milan director Beppe Marotta over becoming manager of the Italian club for a second time.
- Real Madrid remain hopeful of securing Eden Hazard for less than £100m and may use Isco or Marco Asensio as part of a deal
- Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed how Paolo Maldini's father, Cesare, blocked his move from AC Milan to Manchester United in the 90s.
- Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has drafted in Steve Parish and Ed Woodward to help him find a new Premier League chief executive after becoming frustrated by the recruitment process.
- National League side Dulwich Hamlet have signed goalkeeper Simon Jorgensen who stands at nearly 6ft 11in, four inches taller than Peter Crouch.
- Manchester City are hopeful of further strengthening their ties with China by agreeing a pre-season tour in Asia.
- Manchester United players are queuing up to sign new deals in the belief that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be made permanent manager.
- Daniel Levy has three weeks to get Spurs' new stadium ready - or face staying at Wembley for the rest of the season.
- Chelsea sent scouts to watch Benfica's Joao Felix, Ruben Dias and Sporting's Bruno Fernandes in the Lisbon derby this week.
- Manchester United will look to strengthen their defence this summer and have been linked with a switch for RB Leipzig star Dayot Upamecano.
- Manchester United's out-of-favour midfielder Andreas Pereira had talks with Santos over a move last month.
- Manchester United have identified Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane as their top transfer target this summer.
- RB Leipzig want to extend the loan deal of Arsenal youngster Emile Smith Rowe beyond the end of the season.
- English football now produces better youngsters than Germany, according to Borussia Dortmund director Michael Zorc.
- Ander Herrera is very keen to stay at Manchester United as discussions over a new contract continue to progress.
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