As news trickles out that Jose Mourinho is nearing a return to the managerial ranks, per Dan Roan and Simon Stone of BBC Sport, one of his former pupils has reached out to make things right with the former Chelsea boss.
In the Times, last season's Player of the Year, Eden Hazard, reached out to apologise to the Portuguese boss for his poor form, which may have contributed to Mourinho's Stamford Bridge downfall.
Meanwhile, in the Sun, there's a few brewing rows between veteran players and their bosses. Louis van Gaal has rejected notions from Wayne Rooney that they have more freedom to play now, and John Terry and Chelsea's board are also feuding.
The Daily Mail also perpetuate the rumour that Mourinho has entered contract talks with Manchester United.
The Mirror feed the Neymar-to-Manchester City rumour, even though Lluis Miguelsanz of Catalan-based daily Sport reported Pep Guardiola won't target Barcelona players.
Daniel Sturridge's uncertain future is discussed in Star Sport, with the paper reporting that Jurgen Klopp says he's going nowhere. They also report that Chelsea are after Italy boss Antonio Conte.