Tottenham have again been linked with Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik.
The Poland international was previously linked with a move to north London and is expected to leave Napoli at the end of the season.
The Daily Mail say Spurs and Everton are keen on Milik, who was tipped to join Juventus next summer.
It follows reports in the Italian media that he is now set to snub a move to Juve and could go elsewhere.
The likes of Calciomercato.com have reported that he is no longer prepared to see out final year of his Napoli contract and will instead look to move when the transfer window reopens in January.
Meanwhile, the Daily Express reports that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy prevented Tanguy Ndombele leaving the club by refusing to accept anything less than £54m from AC Milan.
Ndombele was targeted by the Italian club after a poor start to his career at Spurs, where he has since found some form and established himself as a key player.
And the Daily Mirror reports that manager Jose Mourinho is keen for Spurs to emulate the steady progress Liverpool made under Jurgen Klopp.
“It is time to affect the team not just the way we play, but the way we think – sometimes the way we think takes more time than other things,” Mourinho said.
“I am very happy with the squad but, of course, next summer we will need to give a couple of touches, but this is what you always do to improve the squad.
“Look at Liverpool, for example, when Jurgen has been there. How many transfer windows? He went to the market and improved the team.”