A round-up of all the major football news and gossip from the back pages as Real Madrid target Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.
- Real Madrid have made Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp their No 1 target in the wake of their Champions League exit.
- Lionel Messi is set to end his international exile and return to the Argentina squad this week.
- Thomas Muller says he is angered by the news Joachim Low has ended his hugely successful international career with Germany.
- Jadon Sancho is set to snub Manchester United and stay in Germany.
- Newcastle have been ordered to reveal their findings from the Peter Beardsley racism and bullying probe by the FA.
- Gareth Bale will be forced to take a potential £70m pay cut should he wish to leave Real Madrid in the summer.
- Tammy Abraham could follow Jadon Sancho to Germany as RB Leipzig line up a £20m transfer for the Chelsea striker.
- Bayern Munich have accused the German national team of sabotaging their Liverpool tie with the timing of the Thomas Muller, Jerome Boateng and Mats Hummels axing announcement.
- Maurizio Sarri is still part of Chelsea's plans as the board consult him over pre-season preparations, despite uncertainty over his future.
- The parents of seven Newcastle United academy players demanded a meeting with the club in 2002 to raise concerns about Peter Beardsley's treatment of their sons.
- Maro Itoje has been caught up in a salary cap storm as the England star is in business with Saracens owner Nigel Wray.
- Antonio Conte could be on his way back to Juventus this summer but Chelsea will still have to pay him millions in compensation.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
- Jose Mourinho is expected to be offered the chance to become the new coach of Real Madrid.
- The England Sevens team is facing the axe as part of 'brutal' cost-cutting measures being considered by the Rugby Football Union.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
- Hearts star Steven Naismith is set to be sidelined for two months as he requires knee surgery.
- Ryan Jack is in contention for a start against Hibs - just days after fears he had broken his foot.
- Aberdeen supporters are furious they are receiving less than 1,000 tickets for the Scottish Cup replay at Rangers.
- Alex McLeish expects every player selected to kick off Scotland's Euro 2020 campaign to turn up despite admitting it's a crucial period in the club season.