There is a lot of crossover between the various publications: a number of them are reporting that Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola is the shock top target of Liverpool's American owners.
As the Telegraph points out, the move for Guardiola, who recently announced his decision to quit Barca at the end of the season to take some time out from the game, is "staggeringly ambitious" - but the Sun notes that while " the Kop owners Fenway Sports Group accept their chances of tempting Guardiola are slim they feel it would be a huge mistake not even to sound him out".
To say Liverpool are drawing up a "shortlist" would appear to be an understatement as there are a total of 11 names linked with the position across the different papers.
Wigan have already confirmed that their manager
You can also add Borussia Dortmund's
The list should shorten soon as a few of the names seem unrealistic targets. Capello is likely to go elsewhere and has actually put himself forward for the Chelsea job, according to the Telegraph.
The paper notes that "although Chelsea are not treating Capello as a leading candidate at present, the club are understood to have divulged information about their training ground and facilities".
It is thought that if Capello does not get the Chelsea job then he could instead accept a lucrative position as coach of the UAE national team.
Roberto Di Matteo of course could win the Champions League with Chelsea on Saturday, but again the Telegraph says that he does "not hold out much hope that he will be given the job on a full-time basis and is being linked with a move to the Italian club
Klopp is also unlikely to move to Anfield, with the Independent saying that "the view from Germany last night was that it would be profoundly difficult to attract him to Anfield. The 44-year-old is under contract until 2016, totally wedded to the club and next season's Champions League campaign, and Dortmund would not release him for any price".
The same paper also says getting Rodgers from Swansea could be difficult as the Welsh club put a £5 million release in his contract that they are unlikely to budge on. Later on Friday morning it was reported that Rodgers had turned down the chance to speak to Liverpool.
No doubt this story will continue to play a prominent part in Paper Round until the new manager is finally named.
Away from Anfield and a quick round-up of the transfer rumours in today papers.
Roberto Mancini has also targeted Italian hardman