All the top stories and transfer rumours from the back pages of Thursday's national newspapers...
Arsenal's new head of football Raul Sanllehi wants to make Ever Banega his first signing, with the midfielder reported to have an £18m release clause.
Gareth Southgate is eyeing the possibility of calling up Fulham's Tom Cairney for England despite him having played for Scotland in friendlies.
Shaun Wright-Phillips' teenage son D'Margio was drafted in to train with the Manchester City first team as they prepared to face Lyon.
Wolves defender Conor Coady could be in line for an England call-up after impressing for the Premier League new boys in the first weeks of the season.
James Milner has revealed he was never allowed to wear red clothes when he was a child because his father - a Leeds fan - hated Manchester United.
Per Mertesacker says the Arsenal players are to blame for Arsene Wenger's departure as the club's manager.
Cardiff have been forced to return nearly 30 per cent of this season's kit to manufacturers Adidas because of a design flaw that meant it kept tearing.
Celtic have revealed pre-tax profits of £17m for their double treble-winning campaign, as well as revenues of £101.6m.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is set to hold contract talks with Graeme Shinnie, with the skipper's deal expiring at the end of the season.
Christophe Berra says it is too early to consider Hearts as title contenders, despite their five-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
Barcelona are set to ditch stripes for the first time in their history next season and adopt a chequered pattern on their home shirt.
Arsenal staff expect Stan Kroenke's son Josh to take a more active role at the club following chief executive Ivan Gazidis's decision to move to AC Milan.
Aston Villa have sacked European scout Ian Atkins in a major cull of the recruitment department.
Celtic's preparations for their Europa League clash with Rosenborg have been hit by Storm Ali, which forced them to train indoors.
Several Tottenham players believe their slump is down to tiredness and mental fatigue after three straight defeats.
RB Salzburg's 26-year-old coach Rene Maric, who was previously a blogger on the team's tactics, has signed a new contract until 2021.