Monday's transfer gossip and rumours in the world of football according to the national newspapers.
Manchester United face an FA investigation following the fan protests which caused their game against Liverpool to be postponed.
Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri is under renewed scrutiny after it was alleged that he failed to pay the players before their crucial match against Nottingham Forest.
AC Milan technical director Paolo Maldini says the club has paused contract renewal talks until the end of the season after a group of fans confronted goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma at the club's training ground.
The likelihood of Jadon Sancho quitting Borussia Dortmund in the summer has just shot up, with club chief Michael Zorc confirming they will be willing to let the star go.
AC Milan have reportedly entered the transfer race for Chelsea outcast Tammy Abraham, putting West Ham's hopes of landing the England striker at risk.
Manchester United could be deducted points as Premier League and FA rules contradict one another on postponements.
Edwin van der Sar has responded to speculation he could replace Ed Woodward as Manchester United's chief executive by saying he has received contact from the club.
Everton are the latest club to enter the race for Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero.
Arsenal are interested in signing Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma ahead of the summer transfer window.
Donny van de Beek will reportedly be denied the chance to return Ajax on loan next season with Manchester United ready to warn teams off the midfielder.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will seek talks with Roberto Martinez and Nuno Espirito Santo as he looks to replace Jose Mourinho, according to reports.
Celtic will target summer signings with height and presence as they seek to address their vulnerability from set-pieces.
Thomas Tuchel has lauded Kai Havertz for turning any Real Madrid disappointment into a breakthrough two-goal salvo against Fulham.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has warned he'll need new faces in the summer to fight off a Celtic backlash next season.