A round up of news stories this morning related to Tottenham Hotspur.
The England forward is mentioned as a target for Spurs by the paper, though they may be left disappointed in pursuits to sign him.
The paper claims Saints boss Ronald Koeman has decided he wants him to be part of his squad next season.
However, the Daily Express has reported Rodriguez is stalling over a potential new deal because he wants to review his options.
The Express also mentions Tottenham as an interested party in terms of signing him as well as mentioning Liverpool and Manchester City.
The Daily Mail has reported that Tottenham have been ranked as the 13th most valuable football club in the world.
With a reported value of £394 million, Spurs are ahead of Premier League rivals Newcastle United and West Ham but significantly behind London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea.
Real Madrid are the most valuable club in the world with a reported value of £2.13 billion and a turnover of £489 million.