Let's what today's (Tuesday) papers holds for us.
Manchester United look are waiting to get the go sign to swoop a Leicester star, while Everton are planning moves for two forwards as they hope to continue their summer recruitment drive
LEICESTER READY TO SANCTION SCHMEICHEL MOVE TO MANCHESTER UNITED
Leicester City could agree to Kasper Schmeichel's move to Manchester United – if only they can tie up a deal for Croatia keeper Lovre Kalinic first.
United are on the hunt for a potential replacement for David De Gea, who despite all the denials, is still expected to pen for Real Madrid this summer.
United were connected with Joe Hart on Monday, but a move for Schmeichel – whose father, Peter is an Old Trafford legend – would make a lot of sense.
But first things first, the Foxes must his place and The Sun claims they have lodged £18million for the 6ft 7ins Gent keeper. However, the Belgians are keen to keep their keeper and have stated it may cost close to £22million mark to snatch him away.
If he eventually signs, the paper reckons Leicester will allow Schmeichel to make the move to Manchester United – and one his father would certainly approve of.
It is also reported that the Foxes are closing on a deal for Sevilla captain, Vicente Iborra in a £12million deal.
EVERTON PREPARING DOUBLE STRIKER RAID
Everton’s summer splashing shows no sign of abating amid claims they are closing in on two more players.
The Daily Mirror reports that Everton are preparing a £20million bid for Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud in a bid to beat West Ham and Marseille for his services.
Arsenal are reportedly inclined to listen to offers for the France striker with Alexandre Lacazette close to sealing a £46million move to the Emirates.
And the Toffees are hoping to move quickly in a bid to add to their summer spendings that on Monday saw Michael Keane and Sandro Ramirez added to their team.
Everton have have stepped up their efforts to lure Wayne Rooney back to Goodison Park, report The Times.
The 31-year-old has just one more year left on his contract at Old Trafford but Toffees chiefs are confident they can come to an agreement with United and believe Rooney wants to return back to them.
The move is likely to be on a free transfer with United keen to get Rooney’s £300,000 wages off their bill and to reward him for his years of loyal service.
AND THE REST
Gareth Bale could be on the verge of a sensational return to the English Premier League with Manchester United – if Real Madrid can tempt teenage sensation Kylian Mbappe to the Bernabeu (Daily Record)
Diego Costa is holding up Chelsea’s Romelu Lukaku transfer after refusing a move to China (Daily Mirror)
Jose Mourinho is getting more frustrated at United's lack of activity during the summer transfer window.
Naby Keita has told RB Leipzig that he has his 'heart set on a Liverpool move', says Titi Camera.
England U21 boss Aidy Boothroyd is among those shortlisted for the Preston manager’s job (Daily Mirror)
Preston are set to name Alex Neil as their new manager (Daily Express)
Birmingham boss Harry Redknapp says he will sign five or six players this summer with the money he saved by not signing Chelsea's defender John Terry (Daily Mirror)
Southampton are playing hardball on Ryan Bertrand and are determined not to sell him this summer (Daily Mirror)
West Ham in discussions with Javier Hernandez over a £13m move to the London Stadium (Daily Mirror)
Southampton want to secure the £8.75m signing of 18-year-old Caen striker Yann Karamoh, who is having a contract dispute with the French club (The Sun)
Arsene Wenger will stage crisis talks with Alexis Sanchez and Hector Bellerin this week (The Sun)
Arsenal are planning a £70m double raid on Sporting Lisbon for William Carvalho and Gelson Martins (The Sun)
Newcastle have entered the race to sign Hull midfielder Tom Huddlestone (The Sun)
Newcastle are also set to test Hull’s resolve to hang on to Kamil Grosicki with a £5m bid for the Poland winger (Daily Star)
Tottenham boss boss Mauricio Pochettino has reportedly made a £26m bid for Sporting Lisbon midfielder, Adrien Silva.
Chelsea have indicated they are willing to pay a club-record £60m to land Juventus left-back Alex Sandro (Daily Telegraph)
Newcastle are close to completing the £8.7m signing of defender Florian Lejeune.
Benfica forward Raul Jimenez has insisted he is open to a Premier League move amid reported interest from Liverpool and West Ham, and refused to ‘close the doors’ on his future (The Independent)
Manchester United have snapped up former Chelsea academy defender Di’Shon Bernard (Daily Star)
Manchester United have also signed teenage Belgian striker Largie Ramazani from Charlton Athletic (Daily Mail)
Crystal Palace have been priced out of a move for Mamadou Sakho with the club’s new manager, Frank de Boer, confident he can recruit up to five players for a combined outlay close to Liverpool’s £30m asking price for the France defender (The Guardian)
Monaco have signed Feyenoord defender, Terence Kongolo in a deal that could put in motion Benjamin Mendy's protracted £39m move to Manchester City.
Arsenal great Jens Lehmann is set for a return to the Emirates stadium as a goalkeeping coach (Daily Mail)
Southampton are considering a move for Celtic’s Stuart Armstrong (Daily Mail)
Wolves have agreed a £14m deal for Porto midfielder Ruben Neves (Daily Mail)
Ravel Morrison is training with Birmingham as parent club Lazio look to offload the midfielder (Daily Mail)
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti will commit a ‘light rebellion’ in a bid to seal a transfer to Barcelona (Daily Express)
Josh King is ready to stay at Bournemouth despite interest from both Everton and Tottenham.
Middlesbrough have opened talks with Norwich in a bid to beat Leeds to Jonny Howson (various)