The Telegraph are reporting that Cristiano Ronaldo will definitely leave Real Madrid in the summer with Paris Saint-Germain his favoured destination - or possibly Manchester United.
But if Ronaldo thought he was going to be top dog strutting down the Champs Elysees, he should think encore une fois…
PSG are also planning to bring in Chelsea’s Eden Hazard (says the Mail) – if the 24-year-old doesn’t fancy filling the Ronaldo-shaped hole at the Bernabeu.
And the Sun add that the French champions will spend even bigger to lure Gareth Bale from Real Madrid to Paris – but as a safety net they also claim that Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Manchester United are also in the mix to snap up the Wales attacker.
Despite Old Trafford powers denying that Marouane Fellaini will be leaving Manchester United, the Gazetta Dello Sport insists the Belgian will be off to Italy – and pinpoints either Roma or Inter.
The Mirror claims that Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is trying to sign Neven Subotic, 27, on loan from former club Borussia Dortmund, while Inter’s central defender Andrea Ranocchia, 27, is also a target.
Marko Arnautovic has told Stoke he won’t be renewing his contract at the club and the 26-year-old will look to leave, reports the Guardian.
The Telegraph says that Crystal Palace and Bournemouth want QPR centre back Steven Caulker who is currently on loan at Southampton while the Star reports that Aston Villa manager Remi Garde could return to ex-club Lyon to sign 27-year-old striker Claudio Beauvue.
Palace are also showing more than a passing interest in Norwich winger Nathan Redmond – so they’ve put a £15m price tag on his head claim the Mirror.
Finally how about this for some REAL transfer speculation…?
Pep Guardiola might be appointed Manchester City manager in the summer – but it might yet be Chelsea, or possibly Manchester United. Nobody knows except him.
But the Sun says that once in charge of Manchester City, Guardiola will not only sign Lionel Messi, but also Gerard Pique, David Alaba and Paul Pogba.
In other news... potential new Arsenal manager Neil Harris will look to sign 1987 Ruud Gullit and Marco Van Basten, 1970 Brazil duo Pele and Jairzinho, 1974 Gerd Muller, 1986 Diego Maradona and 1953 Ferenc Puskas once new director of football Marty McFly and his assistant Emmett Brown are appointed (The Daily Untruth).