The back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Monday's national newspapers.
Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona have cooled their interest in Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah.
Jose Mourinho won't last long at Manchester United if he continues to criticise his players, according to former United boss Tommy Docherty.
David Moyes has suggested that he is yet to make a decision on whether West Ham will attempt to complete the permanent transfer of Joao Mario this summer.
Dusan Tadic admits he feels 'ashamed' after Southampton's heavy defeat at relegation rivals West Ham.
Mauricio Pochettino insists Tottenham need to win at more places like Stamford Bridge in order to 'develop a winning mentality' going forward.
Arsene Wenger hopes progressing in the Europa League will win back unsettled Arsenal supporters.
Porto are preparing to cash in on Mali international Moussa Marega who has been scouted by Everton, Swansea and West Ham.
Antonio Conte does not fear for his Stamford Bridge future, insisting he is 'giving everything this season', and so are his Chelsea players.
Pep Guardiola has admitted Sergio Aguero is unlikely to be fit to start Manchester City's Champions League showdown with Liverpool.
Loris Karius has revealed he has no regrets at leaving Manchester City in 2011 ahead of Liverpool's Champions League showdown.
West Brom's top bosses have promised a drastic overhaul of the club this summer.
Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer is wanted by German giants Borussia Dortmund.
Celtic are ready to open official talks with Scott Bain over a full-time deal.