A look at the best stories from Thursday's back pages...
England are in pole position to host the 2030 World Cup.
England fans have been warned not to violate war memorials in Volgograd by Russia fans.
Nice's new manager Patrick Vieira is set to offer Joe Hart an escape from Manchester City.
Burnley want to take both Craig Dawson and Jay Rodriguez from West Brom, bidding £25m for the pair.
Fulham are persisting with a move to sign Jordan Ayew after having an £8m bid for the Swansea forward rejected.
Manchester United star Ander Herrera wants talks with boss Jose Mourinho over his future this summer.
Manchester City wonderkid Brahim Diaz is wanted by West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini on a season-long loan deal.
Paris Saint-Germain have been cleared of breaking Financial Fair Play rules after an eight-month investigation.
Steve Bruce is set to carry on as Aston Villa boss after crunch talks.
Manchester City have agreed personal terms with Napoli midfielder Jorginho.
Everton boss Marco Silva is keen to give Morgan Scheiderlin a fresh start at the club.
Davy Klaassen, Ashley Williams and Kevin Mirallas have been told to find new clubs by Everton.
Chelsea face a straight choice between sacking Antonio Conte and paying him up to £9m compensation or letting him see out the final year of his contract.
New Everton manager Marco Silva is weighing up an £8m bid for West Brom defender Kieran Gibbs.
New Hebei China Fortune boss Chris Coleman wants to offer Christian Benteke an escape route from Crystal Palace.
Napoli are willing to drop the price for Maurizio Sarri to £4.5m to encourage Chelsea to appoint their former coach.
Sadio Mane insists he is happy at Liverpool despite interest from Real Madrid.
Celtic are on the brink of smashing their club record fee to tie up Odsonne Edouard on a permanent deal.
Fenerbahce are expected to send a delegation to Rangers this week to open negotiations to sign striker Alfredo Morelos.
Barrie McKay was last night in talks to sign for Olympiakos but the young Scot still has options in England, Germany and Russia too.
Leeds remain on course to appoint the former Argentina manager Marcelo Bielsa as the club's new head coach.