LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Manchester United do not want to sell Wayne Rooney to a Premier League rival, ending Chelsea's chances of signing the England striker.
Queens Park Rangers are considering making an offer to Wayne Bridge as they seek to build a squad capable of an immediate return to the Premier League.
Watford are ahead of schedule in their plan to reach the Premier League but Gianfranco Zola will be disappointed if they miss out on promotion this season.
Gary Cahill insists the next three games will determine whether Chelsea's season can be deemed a success.
Gylfi Sigurdsson is confident two wins will be enough to secure Champions League football for Tottenham, even though they must rely on Arsenal and Chelsea dropping points.
Fulham boss Martin Jol has challenged loanees Stanislav Manolev and Eyong Enoh to earn permanent deals at Craven Cottage.
Tony Fernandes insists he will go ahead with building a new ground - regardless of which division QPR are in.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
David Moyes will be catapulted into an unprecedented transfer frenzy when he is named the new Manchester United boss. A major overhaul of the champions' squad is on the cards with question marks over the futures of Nani, Anderson, Paul Scholes, Darren Fletcher, Anders Lindegaard - and, of course, Wayne Rooney.
Manchester City goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon is ready to quit Manchester City after the FA Cup final on Saturday in a bid for the first team football he craves.
Stewart Downing has saluted Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson for silencing his doubters this season.
Fabricio Coloccini has dismissed talk that he tried to turn his back on Newcastle United's grim battle against relegation, by insisting he would never leave the club in a mess.
Steve Harper is hoping to organise a Newcastle United testimonial against Rangers - but the veteran goalkeeper might have to wait until next season for it.
Sunderland are busy lining up potential new signings for next season, on the assumption that the club will stay in the Premier League.
Carlos Cuellar is confident Sunderland can cope with the loss of key players in the final two games of the season.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Swansea City today insisted they have heard nothing from Everton about Michael Laudrup - and are convinced the Dane will not leave for Goodison Park even if there is an official approach.
Curtis Davies has revealed his burning ambition to grace the Premier League again.
EXPRESS & STAR
Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke today insisted he is "very happy" at the club and hailed manager Paul Lambert for his faith.
West Brom striker Markus Rosenberg today revealed his dream to stay with the club - but admitted his future is uncertain following a "terrible" first season.
West Brom defender Craig Dawson today set his sights on a regular Premier League place and insisted he is stronger than ever since returning from Bolton.
Wolves today announced Dean Saunders' successor will be a head coach rather than manager.
THE DAILY ECHO
Nathaniel Clyne is hoping to be part of something extremely rare this summer - an England football team that wins a major trophy. The Saints defender is likely to find out next week if he has been named in the squad that will compete in this year's Under-21 European Championship.
Pavel Pogrebnyak has hinted that he may stay at Reading despite the club's relegation to the Championship.
Stoke assistant boss Dave Kemp says level heads were the key to Stoke's escape from possible Premier League relegation.
WIGAN EVENING POST
Roger Espinoza insists there is still time for Wigan Athletic to make this a season to remember.
Ronnie Stam suffered a suspected fractured leg as Wigan Athletic's survival hopes suffered a massive blow with a home defeat to Swansea.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Dougie Freedman could close deals with two major signings in the space of the next 24 hours.
Gary Bowyer has met with owners Venky's as he moves to the brink of becoming Blackburn Rovers' new permanent manager.
Sean Dyche will have to scour the market uncovering 'hidden gems' to strengthen his Burnley squad this summer.
Chris Kirkland has poured cold water on claims that he could leave Hillsborough and return to the Premier League with Hull City.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon paid tribute today to former team-mate Stiliyan Petrov as he retired from football.
Derek Johnstone today warned Charles Green and Imran Ahmad to stop stoking up boardroom unrest behind the scenes at Rangers.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon is being tipped to take over from David Moyes at Everton should the Goodison boss leave to replace Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.