Papers: Fellaini to leave United
Last Updated: 28/02/18 7:19am
The back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Wednesday's national newspapers...
Manchester United are bracing themselves for defeat in their attempts to keep Marouane Fellaini, who is out of contract at the end of the season.
West Brom will be without January loan signing Daniel Sturridge for up to another month because of his troublesome hamstring.
Alan Pardew has told West Brom he wants to stay on as boss and attempt to lead them back up if they are relegated.
Manchester City's defence will cost them the chance to be crowned kings of Europe, says Louis van Gaal.
Stoke City will face a fight to keep hold of Wales midfielder Joe Allen if they are relegated from the Premier League.
Bournemouth are taking a look at Lokomotiv Moscow midfielder Anton Miranchuk as a possible replacement for Harry Arter, who looks set to leave in the summer.
Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim wants to take over from Arsene Wenger should Arsenal decide to make a managerial change this summer.
England's senior coaching staff have watched Fulham teenager Ryan Sessegnon on more than one occasion this season but he remains only an outside bet to claim a World Cup place.
Jose Mourinho is unhappy at how long Manchester United are taking to offer new contracts to his players.
Wales boss Ryan Giggs wants to see Aaron Ramsey sort out his future quickly as the Arsenal midfielder approaches the final year of his contract.
Dario Gradi is facing further allegations relating to his time in charge of Crewe Alexandra.
Luis Enrique's hopes of succeeding Antonio Conte at Chelsea could rest on whether or not he is prepared to accept a significantly lower wage than he was paid by Barcelona.
Alex McLeish is due to hold talks with Scott McTominay at Manchester United's training ground this week in a bid to persuade him to pledge his international future to Scotland.
Everton's majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri must decide whether to stick or twist with Sam Allardyce going into next season.
Juventus have given Liverpool midfielder Emre Can a seven-day window to agree terms with the Serie A club.
Everton are drawing up a shortlist of potential candidates to replace Sam Allardyce in the summer.
Antonio Conte's job as Chelsea boss is safe for now as Luis Enrique doesn't want to take charge until the end of the season.
Max Meyer has reportedly rejected a new contract at Schalke, giving Liverpool and Arsenal a huge boost in the race for his signature this summer.
Liverpool have become frontrunners alongside Juventus for the signing of Napoli midfielder Jorginho.
Real Madrid have switched their attention to Chelsea and Manchester United target Robert Lewandowski after Spurs rejected them flat out over Harry Kane.
Antonio Conte will be offered the chance to return to his role as Italy manager before the end of the Premier League season.
Phil Foden will be presented with a lucrative new contract at Manchester City when he turns 18 on May 28.
Birmingham supremo Paul Suen is flying in for crisis talks with under-fire manager Steve Cotterill, with the Blues languishing in the Sky Bet Championship.
Liverpool are reportedly ready to reward Mohamed Salah with a new contract and the Egypt international will happily sign.
Real Madrid are ready to offload midfielder Dani Ceballos to Liverpool in the summer.
Lionel Messi is reportedly unhappy with Barcelona's pursuit of Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann.
West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady has written to supporters unhappy at the way the club is being run, proposing improvements to the matchday experience at the London Stadium.
Plaid Cymru MPs have tabled a House of Commons motion criticising the Football Association for their charge against Pep Guardiola.
Gareth Southgate is growing increasingly concerned over Marcus Rashford's lack of playing time at Manchester United ahead of this summer's World Cup.
England's friendly internationals against the Netherlands and Italy next month will both use VAR.