A round up of sporting headlines including news from Oldham, Manchester City, Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Leicester City.
DAILY MAIL: Oldham’s deal to sign convicted rapist Ched Evans is at an advanced stage and is set to be announced on Thursday. Barring any last minute issues.
DAILY MIRROR: Man City agree £30 million fee with Swansea for Ivorian striker Wilfried Bony. Also: Tottenham are being offered West Brom striker Saido Berahino, 21, in exchange for midfielders Andros Townsend, 23, and Aaron Lennon, 27.
TELEGRAPH: Arsenal are preparing an incredible £64m move for Real Madrid star Isco in the hope to beat up off competition from Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City.
SUN: Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul, 29, is set to quit the club after falling out of favour, with Turkish side Besiktas having made an approach.
DAILY EXPRESS: Borussia Dortmund appear willing to let Manchester United sign £16m-rated midfielder Ilkay Gundogan, 24, this winter.
GUARDIAN: Steven Gerrard has admitted he would have signed a contract extension at Liverpool had it been offered to him last summer.
DAILY STAR: Roberto Martinez has claimed it would have been a crime if Everton were dumped out of the FA Cup by West Ham last night. Also: the Gunners and the Saints will battle it out for £16m-rated Colombia midfielder Juan Quintero, 21, currently at Porto.
TALKSPORT: Liverpool are yet to approach Lille about a possible recall of 19-year-old Belgium striker Divock Origi, according to the French club’s president Michel Seydoux.
THE TIMES: Leicester City have beaten Chelsea to the signing of Rijeka’s 23-year-old Croatia striker Andrej Kramaric after agreeing a club-record fee of £9.7m.