Paper round-up: Qatari investment in Spurs could still happen, Sunday Times say

Tottenham continue to be linked with potential investment by Qatari investors.

The Sunday Times reports that the investors could still bid for a stake in Spurs even if Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani completes a takeover of Manchester United.

The Qatari group are looking to buy United, having also been linked with a takeover of Spurs, although the north London club has insisted it is not for sale.

Meanwhile, West Ham and Crystal Palace are both reported to be looking at highly-rated Bristol City youngster Alex Scott.

The 19-year-old has impressed for the Championship club, prompting speculation of a possible move to the Premier League.

The Sun on Sunday reports that both the Hammers and Palace are showing an interest in Scott but have been deterred by a £20m price tag.

The Sun on Sunday also say West Ham have identified Lazio’s Serbia midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic as first-choice replacement for Declan Rice if the England international leaves this summer.

Rice continues to be linked with a move away from the London Stadium, with Arsenal and Manchester City said to be keen on him.

The Daily Star Sunday say City are set to offer Nathan Ake a new contract after blocking a return to Chelsea.