The latest gossip and rumours from the newspapers and online:
Liverpool striker Divock Origi has set his sights on being not only a leader of the line but a go-to man in the team after scoring his first Premier League goal for three months.
Swansea boss Paul Clement insists he has faith in the club's record signing Borja Baston as he prepares to be without top scorer Fernando Llorente again.
Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville has no doubt the Red Devils need to show more ruthlessness - but feels they are not far off being a side good enough to win the Premier League.
Everton's teenage midfielder Tom Davies has signed a new five-year contract with the Premier League club.
Claude Puel has challenged his Southampton side to be more clinical in front of goal ahead of their midweek Premier League clash against in-form Crystal Palace.
The Women in Football group has urged the Football Association to "educate" managers after David Moyes threatened to "slap" a female reporter at the end of an interview.
Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare has not made any special plans to cope with the threat of Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe.
Mauricio Pochettino has played down Tottenham's chances of catching leaders Chelsea and insisted the Blues have too much experience to be affected by pressure.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche does not anticipate Arsenal hiring a British boss as Arsene Wenger's successor if the Frenchman decides to leave this summer.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis admits any possible bid for Troy Deeney is likely to fail.
Ronald Koeman has defended Ross Barkley and Romelu Lukaku following their performances in Everton's Merseyside derby defeat to Liverpool.
A domestic abuse charity has called for the Football Association to investigate Sunderland boss David Moyes for threatening to "slap" a female reporter in a post-match interview.
Luke Shaw has become the latest player to fall out of favour under Jose Mourinho.
A full programme of midweek Premier League fixtures sees leaders Chelsea face Manchester City, Spurs head to Swansea, Arsenal host West Ham and Everton travel to Manchester United.
Walter Mazzarri has warned Watford the threat of relegation still lingers as they prepare to face West Brom on Tuesday night.