Real Madrid are ready to loan Gareth Bale to Tottenham for a £10 million ($13m) fee, claims the Mirror.
Spurs’ transfer committee are reportedly discussing the loan deal, having ruled out a permanent offer for the Wales international.
However, Bale would apparently have to take a significant pay cut to allow a move to go through.
Arsenal are set to double Matteo Guendouzi’s wages when they offer him a new deal, says the Sun.
The central midfielder will have his pay packet increased to £75,000 a week after a number of impressive performances in his first year at the club.
Manchester United are considering a £45 million ($58m) move for Nicolas Pepe, claims the Mirror.
The winger’s performances for Lille this season have also drawn the attention of Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain.
Paris Saint-Germain are eyeing Toni Kroos as a potential answer to the club’s midfield issues, according to Le Parisien.
The club has been in search of a replacement for Thiago Motta since the midfielder’s retirement, and Kroos is seen as the perfect player to help anchor that position.
PSG also have interest in Isco and Bale, but would likely need to sell at least one of Julian Draxler or Edinson Cavani to finance a move.