1. Spurs could open new stadium instant game rebates at w88
Huddersfield could be the first visitors to Tottenham's newly redevloped - and much delayed - White Hart Lane, according to the Yorkshire Post.
Spurs had been hoping to make April 6th the formal opening of the new ground, but opponents Brighton could well be in FA Cup action, meaning the role of the new ground's first visitors could instead fall to the Terriers.
2. Baggies cast-off returns to China
West Brom's China striker Zhang Yuning has been released from his loan spell at Dutch club ADO Den Haag, according to the Express and Star.
The 22 year-old, who joined Albion in 2017 for £6million but hasn't played a single minute for the first team, is set to return to play domestic football in his homeland after his move to the Hawthorns failed to work out.
3. McInnes open to retaining Watford's Hoban for Dons
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is open to discussing a permanent deal for on-loan Watford defender Tommie Hoban, according to the Sun.
Heban has been out of action for the Dons with a knee injury but McInnes is ready to enter into talks to retain the defender once he returns to fitness.
4. Friedel looking to shop in England for reinforcements
Brad Friedel will go shopping in the Premier League as he looks for reinforcements for his New England Patriots side.
Friedel has ties with a number of Premier League clubs, with the American making 450 appearances in England's top flight from 1997-2015 for Liverpool, Blackburn, Tottenham and Aston Villa.
Ahead of the new Major League Soccer season, the 47-year-old is trying to use his relationships and connections with the Premier League to make headway in w88 sportsbook
the transfer market.
5. Inter could target Lukaku
Inter could target Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku in the summer, according to Corriere dello Sport.
Mauro Icardi's future with the Nerazzurri is up in the air after he was stripped of the captaincy, and he could also opt for knee surgery in the near future.
With Lukaku in and out of the lineup at Old Trafford this season, Inter could push to land the Belgian in the summer.
6. Watford target two Brazilian strikers
Watford have their eye on Ituano striker Martinelli and Corinthians forward Gustavo, according to TEAMtalk.
Martinelli, 17, is considered one of Brazil's best forward prospects and is valued at £10 million ($13m).
Gustavo, 24, just returned to Corinthians after a loan at Fortaleza, where he was one of the club's star performers.
7. Sarri plays down Kepa mutiny
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has played down goalkeeper Kepa's extraordinary act of defiance in the Carabao Cup final, saying it was a "big misunderstanding".
The Spaniard refused to be substituted in the closing stages of Sunday's game at Wembley, leaving the Blues boss seething on the touchline.
8. Arrizabalaga 'has to go' says Sutton
Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga "has to go" after refusing to be substituted during the club's League Cup final defeat to Manchester City, according to Chris Sutton.
The Spaniard refused to leave the pitch in the final minute of extra time when boss Maurizio Sarri sought to bring on Willy Caballero for the penalty shoot-out.
"I've seen players disgruntled before and throw a boot or their shirt down when they're taken off but players know the rules," Sutton told BBC Sport.
"They abide by the decision and if you're going to how to withdraw at w88
have a row you have it in the dressing room. That is unprecedented, what we have seen today and Kepa has to go."