Manchester City are planning to make Everton's 21-year-old defender John Stones and Athletic Bilbao centre-back Aymeric Laporte, also 21, the first two signings of Pep Guardiola's forthcoming reign as manager. (Sun)
Newcastle United's directors are debating whether to sack manager Steve McClaren - with David Moyes and Rafael Benitez candidates to replace him.(Guardian)
Former England boss McClaren has told the Magpies board he wants to continue in his role, with the club to inform him of their decision in the next 24 hours. (Evening Chronicle)
Barcelona are considering making a bid for Leicester's 25-year-old Algerian winger Riyad Mahrez. (Don Balon - in Spanish)
Manchester United are lining up a move for Bayer Leverkusen's 26-year-old defender Omer Toprak. (Kicker - in German)
Former Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira won his first game as a first-team manager, leading New York City to a 4-3 away victory against Chicago Fire. (MLS)
Chelsea defender John Terry will miss Wednesday's Champions League last-16 second leg at home to Paris St-Germain because of a hamstring injury.(Daily Mirror)
Paris St-Germain striker Edinson Cavani, 29, will be a summer transfer target for Chelsea if Antonio Conte is appointed Blues boss at the end of the season.(Daily Mail)
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If you're only just reading this now and still haven't got a card... it's too late - Sunday was Mother's Day in the United Kingdom. Plenty of players sent messages of love to the important ladies in their lives, including Morgan Schneiderlin of Manchester United: "Big shout to all these amazing women who rock my world," he posted on Instagram. ">https://www.instagram.com/p/BCnEMGuBdl9/?taken-by=schneiderlinmo4&hl=en">posted on Instagram.
West Brom earned their first home league win against Manchester United for 32 years on Sunday - no wonder striker Saido Berahino was celebrating. "Big three points for us! The home support was unreal as always," he tweeted.
After his mistake saw 10-man Liverpool draw level in Sunday's 2-1 defeat, Crystal Palace goalkeeper Alex McCarthy
">apologised to the club's fans
">apologised to the club's fanson Twitter. "Football is a game of highs and lows, I'm sorry to all you Palace fans but I didn't mean to slip," he tweeted.
Palace defender Damian Delaney conceded the last-minute penalty Christian Benteke converted for victory, and he too had plenty to say about the result. "I can honestly say I didn't make contact with Benteke today and IF there was slight contact I didn't impede him and certainly didn't feel there was enough to award a penalty in the 96th minute," he wrote in an Instagram post. ">https://www.instagram.com/p/BCoK7-bTZyC/">Instagram post.
Meanwhile, Tottenham forward Erik Lamela was enjoying a well-earned rest after the exertions of Saturday's north London derby with Arsenal. Above he is enjoying thetraditional Argentine drink of mate(pronounced ma-teh) with a friend, watching former club River Plate's 0-0 draw with rivals Boca Juniors.
Bouncers at a London nightclub apparently failed to recognise some of Leicester's players and refused them entry, making them stand aside to let some Tottenham players go in. (Mirror)