SOCCER: Tottenham are one of a number of clubs who have been alerted by the possible availability of Roberto Martinez.
The Belgium boss appears willing to return to the Premier League after the Euros, according to The Sun.
And they say the Spaniard is believed to be on Spurs' shortlist - one that seems to be getting ever shorter or ever longer depending which media outlet you rely on.
The former Wigan and Everton boss is 18/1 with Sky Bet to become the next Spurs boss, with Brendan Rodgers now the 3/1 favourite. Fulham boss Scott Parker is in to 4/1.
Replacing Steve Bruce at Newcastle may be a better fit for Martinez, who is priced up as 16/1 for that role.
Crystal Palace are also likely to be in the market for a new manager in the summer, with Roy Hodgson's contract set to expire. However, Frank Lampard is an odds-on shot at 8/11 with Betfair to succeed Hodgson at Selhurst Park.
Everton make late entry into Aguero race
The Argentine showed he had lost none of his predatory skills when firing City ahead against Crystal Palace on Saturday.
And, with Goodison Park chief Carlo Ancelotti keen to strengthen his attacking options, the Toffees have emerged as contenders to land the veteran.
Everton are nowhere near matching Aguero's current salary at the Etihad of £240,000-a-week, according to the Daily Star.
They are, though, willing to pay him a huge signing-on fee.
The Merseyside club may already be too late to snatch the Argentine from the grasp of Barcelona, however.
Date for Fury vs Joshua set to be announced
BOXING: Eddie Hearn hopes to announce the undisputed world heavyweight title clash between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury this week in the United States.
The Times reports that the promoter is hoping to use the backdrop of Saturday's fight between Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and Billy Joe Saunders to reveal the date and venue of the fight.
Contracts for a site fee, believed to be worth $150million, were presented to both boxers this weekend.
"Everybody is on board," said Hearn who promotes Joshua. Frank Warren, Fury's co-promoter, also confirmed that the contracts were now in place
Bob Arum, Fury's US promoter, had thrown doubt over whether the fight would take place, saying he was "pessimistic".
Nevertheless, the much anticipated fight now looks set to get the go-ahead, with The Times reporting Saudi Arabia will play host in late July or early August.
Fury is also 5/1 to come back and win after being knocked down.
* All odds correct at time of publication