A look at the best stories from Wednesday's back pages...
Danny Rose is no longer a prime target for Manchester United as Jose Mourinho turns his focus away from Spurs.
Toby Alderweireld has said he is open to the idea of staying at Tottenham Hotspur.
Aston Villa are set for talks with the EFL as fears grow over the club's finances.
Sevilla midfielder Steven N'Zonzi has handed Arsenal a massive boost by claiming he wants to play for a bigger club.
Chelsea have been offered AC Milan keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma in a swap deal with Alvaro Morata.
Marcos Rojo fears his Manchester United days could be numbered - just three months after signing a new deal.
Tottenham are to make a £15m take-it-or-leave-it bid for Jack Grealish.
Burnley have offered West Brom £25m for defender Craig Dawson and striker Jay Rodriguez.
Frank Lampard wants highly-rated Chelsea defender Jay Dasilva as part of his Derby County revolution.
Jurgen Klopp will reassess his goalkeeper plans as Liverpool concede defeat in their pursuit of Alisson.
Kevin De Bruyne has hailed Raheem Sterling as a "special player" and backed his Manchester City team-mate to "light up the World Cup".
English fans have bought just over 32,000 tickets for the World Cup - putting them way down the list of best-supported nations.
England are starting to plan to send a GB women's football team to the Tokyo Olympics with Phil Neville as manager.
Kieran Trippier will put his hand up to take a penalty if England are involved in a shoot-out.
Tottenham could play their first home game of next season at Wembley amid fears their new stadium may not be ready.
Real Madrid announced Spain boss Julen Lopetegui as their new coach casting fresh doubts over the futures of both David de Gea and Gareth Bale.
Kevin De Bruyne has told Eden Hazard to expect severe treatment in Russia and warned him against retaliation.
England arrived at their World Cup training base in Russia with explicit instructions aimed at preventing them from being victims of online hacking.
Tickets were still unsold for 20 matches at the World Cup finals in Russia just one day before the start of the tournament, including England's opening game against Tunisia.
Rangers are set to sign Connor Goldson from Brighton in the next 24 hours as Gers new boy Nikola Katic insists he's joined one of the world's biggest clubs.
Michael O'Halloran is set to complete his move to Melbourne City.
Rangers have been scared off a move for Peterborough United striker Jack Marriott by the £5m price tag.
David Moyes is on a three-man shortlist to be the next manager of Fenerbahce.
Aberdeen are set to sign Ipswich midfielder Stephen Gleeson.
Steven Gerrard will check in at Ibrox on Wednesday as Rangers ramp up their transfer activity for the new boss.
Manchester United have refused to meet Juventus' asking price for Brazil international Alex Sandro.