These are the stories making the headlines in the papers and online this morning...
Lille attacker Eden Hazard, 21, has dropped the biggest hint yet about his preferred Premier League destination. The Belgian has declared that he will "definitely" be wearing blue next season, shortening the odds on a move to Manchester City or Chelsea. (Daily Mirror)
In-demand Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen has urged the Amsterdam side not to price him out of a move to Tottenham. (Daily Telegraph)
Arsenal have agreed a fee of around £17m with Rennes for 21-year-old anchorman Yann M'Vila. The deal is set to be concluded at the end of the season. (Metro)
Tottenham full-back Benoit Assou-ekotto has denied reports he has a "gentleman's agreement" with chairman Daniel Levy to leave White Hart Lane this summer. (The Sun)
West Ham goalkeeper Robert Green is ready to swap the Championship for the Champions League with a move to Spanish side Malaga. (Daily Mirror)
Canadian forward Junior Hoilett, 21, another player set to depart Ewood Park, has been targeted by Sunderland. (The Independent)
Hodgson believes he cannot select Terry alongside Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand and is ready to make a choice between the pair. Former captain Terry will appear in court accused of racially abusing Ferdinand's brother Anton in July. (The Independent)
The England boss already knows his Euro 2012 squad and will name the 23 players he wants to take to Poland and Ukraine on 16 May. (Daily Star)
Veteran Everton defender Phil Neville, 35, could join Hodgson's backroom staff for the tournament. (Daily Express)
West Brom are in talks with former Chelsea and Inter Milan boss Claudio Ranieri to replace England-bound Hodgson. (Daily Mail)
But the Baggies are also planning to speak to Birmingham City manager Chris Hughton this week - if the Blues fail to beat Blackpool in their Championship play-off semi-final tonight. (The Daily Telegraph)
Wigan owner Dave Whelan feared the Football Association would approach his manager Roberto Martinez about replacing Fabio Capello as England boss. Whelan insists the Spaniard is "the best manager in the Premier League". (The Daily Telegraph)
Wolves caretaker boss Terry Connor could get the job on a permanent basis after having a formal interview for the post. (Express and Star)
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