The Sun have picked up on reports that Tottenham’s Heung-min Son has emerged as a transfer target for Bayern Munich.
It is claimed that the South Korean has been identified as a possible replacement for Bayern’s veteran wingers Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery.
The story comes from Italian website CalcioMercato, which claimed Bayern had identified him as a potential signing.
He previously played in Germany, joining Spurs from Bayer Leverkusen in 2015.
Members of Bayern’s scouting team were previously at Leverkusen and are said to be keen to sign him.
Meanwhile. Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis is leaving for AC Milan, according to the Daily Mail.
The Daily Telegraph reports that Arsenal are keen to resolve the situation, having been made aware that Milan want to appoint Gazidis.
The Mail go a step further, declaring that he will be leaving the Emirates Stadium for Milan after being offered an extra £1m per year.
The Mail also reports that Fulham will offer goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli a new contract.
Crystal Palace have complained to the Premier League over the rough treatment dished out to Wilfried Zaha by opposing defenders, according to the Telegraph.
And the Mail say Palace manager Roy Hodgson has brought in trusted scout Barry Simmonds, who worked with him at Fulham and helped the Whites sign Mousa Dembele, Chris Smalling and Zoltan Gera.