Watford want to re-sign Tommy Smith, reports the Daily Express.
The Hornets are looking to replace Marvin Sordell, who moved to Bolton on deadline day, and are believed to be keen to capture forward Smith from QPR.
A loan move back to Vicarage Road would mean a third spell at Watford for Smith, who faces stiff competition for a first-team place at Rangers.
The South Wales Echo reveal that Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay – formerly of Watford – is also interested in Smith and remains keen on Jamie Mackie.
The Daily Mirror say Fulham are already planning a move to sign Hugo Rodallega when his Wigan contract expires at the end of the season.
Tottenham are also apparently interested in the Colombian, who was linked with both clubs before the transfer window closed.
The Mirror also claim FA chiefs could order Fabio Capello not to select John Terry for Euro 2012 after the Chelsea and England captain’s alleged racist abuse trial was set for the week following the tournament.
Finally, while former QPR manager Neil Warnock is the strong favourite to take over at Leeds, the Express suggest Elland Road chairman Ken Bates’ preferred choice is Chelsea assistant boss Roberto Di Matteo.