Sunday's Newspapers : David De Gea out, Joe Hart in
April 30 2017
SUN ON SUNDAY
Real Madrid have already agreed a deal with Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea, according to reports in Spain.
Crystal Palace could be the latest English club to be taken over by a mega-rich Chinese consortium.
Chelsea appear to have moved clear of Manchester United in the race to sign Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata.
Manchester City are ready to allow Joe Hart to become the first Blues player in 21 years to join Manchester United - if their bitter rivals match their £30m valuation.
Manchester United's £100m bid for Antoine Griezmann is likely to hinge on Champions League qualification with the Frenchman only reportedly willing to talk if European football is secured.
John Terry rejected a new deal at Chelsea because he wants first-team football, West Ham, Bournemouth and West Brom are all said to be interested.
Crystal Palace and Bournemouth are going head-to-head for QPR starlet Ryan Manning.
Hot £50m target Virgil van Dijk will have his pick of at least three of the Premier League's top six clubs, after his advisors spoke with Arsenal and Liverpool last week while Manchester City also firmly in the hunt.
DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY
Arsenal and Manchester City are leading the £50m chase for Southampton centre-back Virgil van Dijk.
Marouane Fellaini went ballistic in the tunnel after being sent off in the Manchester derby at The Etihad on Thursday night.
David de Gea will reportedly join Real Madrid as long as there is no competition for places.
Barcelona are reportedly eyeing a shock summer move for Manchester United star Ander Herrera.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is ready to spend £80million on Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Blaise Matuidi and Monaco's star Bernardo Silva.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman is getting tough with Ross Barkley after delivering an ultimatum to either sign a new contract or be sold.
West Ham have launched a third attempt to persuade London rivals Chelsea to loan them Belgian striker Michy Batshuayi next season.
MAIL ON SUNDAY
Chelsea are continuing to lead the chase for Tiemoue Bakayoko despite increasing competition for the Monaco midfielder.
Arsene Wenger has warned that Tottenham may struggle to keep their best players if they continue to lag behind the Premier League's financial elite.