Chelsea and Arsenal will battle it out to appoint former Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti as manager this summer, the Sunday Express claim.
The story comes amid doubts over the futures of Antonio Conte at Chelsea and Arsene Wenger at Arsenal – and reports Ancelotti is keen to return to London.
He is among a number of managers to have been touted as a possible replacement for Conte, whose side have recently dropped out of the top four.
The likes of former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique have also been linked with the job at Stamford Bridge in recent months.
Meanwhile, speculation continues over the future of Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon.
Tottenham have long been interested in the 17-year-old and a number of other top clubs, including Manchester United, have been linked with him.
And the Sunday Mirror say Manchester City have now entered a race to sign Sessegnon and will battle with United and Spurs.
It is claimed that Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have also been showing an interest.