The FA are waiting on Government advice over the FACup semi-final between Chelsea and Man City, which is due to start at 5.30pm. The game could be moved back 30 minutes to fit with BBC schedule, with Prince Philip's funeral set to take place that day. [via John Cross]
Newcastle United are monitoring Wolves' 21-year-old English defender Dion Sanderson, who is on-loan with north-east rivals Sunderland. (Source: Chronicle)
Manchester United and Leeds United have joined the race to sign 18-year-old centre-back Kyron Gordon from Sheffield United. (Source: Mail on Sunday)
Arsenal have been dealt major blow after Mikel Arteta confirmed Kieran Tierney will miss the rest of the season.
Juventus, Milan and Sevilla are all chasing the signature of Real Madrid midfielder Isco. A bidding war between the three clubs could erupt this summer, with the 28-year-old set to be available for a fee within the region of €20 million. Isco has struggled for regular minutes at Santiago Bernabeu this term, featuring in just 19 La Liga games.
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