A round up of sporting headlines including news from Everton, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United, Burnley, Manchester City and West Brom.
DAILY MAIL: Romelu Lukaku scored a hat-trick as Everton put one foot in the last 16 of the Europa League in Switzerland. Meanwhile: Mario Balotelli continued his recent renaissance by coming off the bench to score a late penalty for Liverpool in their first leg victory over Besiktas in the Europa League.
THE TIMES: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, 52, is expected to sign a new four-year contract at Stamford Bridge in the summer despite having two years left on his current deal. Also: Gary Neville, former Manchester United star and England coach, is expected to complete the final qualification he would need to launch a managerial career - the Uefa Pro Licence - this summer.
DAILY MIRROR: Liverpool teenager Jordon Ibe set for new five-year deal after impressing on return. Also: Chelsea have suspend three people from Stamford Bridge in wake of racist incident on Paris Metro.
THE SUN: Burnley boss Sean Dyche joked that striker Danny Ings brought him back a souvenir toy donkey from Spain after meeting Real Sociedad manager David Moyes to discuss a summer transfer.
DAILY STAR: Sergia Aguero insists the Premier League title race will go right to the wire, which suits Manchester City just fine. Also: Liverpool are preparing a bid for Borussia Dortmund’s 24-year-old striker Ciro Immobile in the summer and reports suggest the German side will let him go.
INDEPENDENT: Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes says Lionel Messi is so good that when the Red Devils played Barcelona he hoped the Argentine would take up positions as far away from him as possible.
DAILY EXPRESS: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is preparing to spend in excess of £150m on five new players - a right-back, centre-back, midfielder, winger and striker - in the summer.
TALKSPORT: Chelsea stars Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois agreed deals to join Tottenham before signing at Stamford Bridge, according to former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp.
BIRMINGHAM MAIL: West Brom boss Tony Pulis is not looking for any ‘free agent’ signings to cover for strike duo Saido Berahino, 21, and Brown Ideye, 26.