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19:23 - Hamsik's gladiator move

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18:28 - Spurs 'back to square one'

Who will be Tottenham's next manager?
Talks with Antonio Conte broke down and links with Mauricio Pochettino seem to have gone quiet. The Telegraph say Spurs are now "back to square one" after incoming sporting director Fabio Paratici started to draw up a fresh shortlist of candidates.
Paratici is said to be heavily involved in talks over the new manager but chairman Daniel Levy will make the final decision.

17:38 - Young offered new deal

Ashley Young has reportedly been offered a one-year contract by Inter Milan.
Sky Italy's Gianluca Di Marzio reports that new Inter boss Simone Inzaghi is keen to keep Young, who is out of contract this summer. Watford have been linked with a potential move.

16:55 - Interest in Minamino

There is interest from a number of clubs in the Premier League and Bundesliga in Takumi Minamino, but Liverpool don't want to loan out the Japanese forward again.
That's according to the Liverpool Echo who have details on Minamino's future at Anfield following his loan to Southampton for the second half of last season.
Any suitor wishing to sign the 26-year-old this summer would have to buy him permanently with Liverpool unwilling to loan him out for a second season.
Minamino is still part of Jurgen Klopp's plans despite struggling to find his role at Liverpool following his move from Red Bull Salzburg in January 2020.

Takumi Minamino of Southampton during the Premier League match between Newcastle United and Southampton

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16:35 - ESR 'ready' to sign new Arsenal contract

Emile Smith Rowe was a rare highlight in an otherwise dull season for Arsenal and it now appears the youngster is ready to commit his long-term future to the club.
Football journalist Fabrizio Romano claims Smith Rowe is "ready" to put pen to paper that will tie him to the Gunners until the summer of 2026.
Smith Rowe has reportedly been in talks with Arsenal since March with only the final details of the contract still to be finalised.
There are also updates from Romano on the future of both Willian and Granit Xhaka.

16:15 - Defoe stays at Rangers

Jermain Defoe has signed a new contract to stay at Rangers with the former England international set to become a player-coach.
The 38-year-old played an important role as a squad figure for Rangers last season as Steven Gerrard's side won the Scottish Premiership title.
Defoe has now put pen to paper on a contract extension which underlines just how popular a figure he is in the Ibrox dressing room.

16:00 - Brighton's White asking price

Brighton have slapped an asking price of £50m on Ben White to ward off any potential suitors in the central defender this summer.
White has been included in the England squad for Euro 2020 and could see his stock rise should he get some game time for the national team at the tournament.
However, the Daily Mail reports Brighton will only sell White, who has been linked with Liverpool and Manchester United, for a big transfer fee.

15:35 - Giroud to AC Milan still on!

Chelsea might have triggered an extension in Olivier Giroud's contract only last week, but it seems the Frenchman could still end up in Serie A this summer.
Corriere dello Sport (via Sport Witness) claim AC Milan still want to sign Giroud, with the player himself also keen on a move to the San Siro.

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However, AC Milan would need to find a way to prise Giroud from Chelsea on a free transfer. Would the Blues be willing to let that happen when they've only just tied him down?

15:15 - United to open Pogba contract talks

Manchester United will try to open contract talks with midfielder Paul Pogba who will be out of contract at Old Trafford next summer.
ESPN claim United are fearful that Pogba will run down his contract to leave the club as a free agent at the end of the 2021/22 season, when he would almost certainly more options.
Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid would reportedly all be interested in signing Pogba as a free agent next summer.
However, Manchester United have not given up hope that Pogba can be tied to a new contract.

15:00 - Leicester and Newcastle chase Kabak

Things might not have worked out for Ozan Kabak on loan at Liverpool last season, but the Turkish defender could still earn himself a Premier League move this summer.
BILD (via Sport Witness) report that both Leicester City and Newcastle United are ready to make a move for Kabak, with Schalke willing to sell following their relegation from the Bundesliga.

Leicester City-Liverpool, Premier League 2020-2021: Ozan Kabak (Liverpool) (Getty Images)

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Kabak was thrown into a very different situation at Liverpool and deserves an opportunity to prove he has better than he showed in the second half of last season.
It's claimed Schalke want a transfer fee of €25m for Kabak who will play for Turkey at this summer's Euros.

14:40 - Moncayola signs 10-year deal at Osasuna

Jon Moncayola has signed a 10-year contract extension at Osasuna.
The 23-year-old midfielder, capped seven times by Spain U21, joined the club aged 10, and a release clause has been set at €22 million, and the contract runs until 30 June 2021.

14:20 - Wijnaldum’s huge wages revealed

Gini Wijnaldum is on the cusp of joining PSG. The Dutch midfielder had been expected to join Barcelona but the Catalans were gazumped by the French club.
And Dutch publication De Telegraaf are now reporting the wages on offer to the 30-year-old midfielder - €10m per year after tax.
Broken down to a per-week basis, This is Anfield state that works out at £311,000 per week. Liverpool’s current highest earner is Mohamed Salah, who is on £200,000 per week, the report adds.

14:05 - Roma interest in Lloris

Roma are in the market for a new goalkeeper this summer and Tottenham Hotspur number one Hugo Lloris is one of the players on their radar.
Corriere dello Sport (via Sport Witness) has an update on the situation, with Roma currently seeing Rui Patricio as their number one target.
However, Roma would be interested in Lloris if he were to become available this summer, with Jose Mourinho already having worked with the Frenchman at Spurs.
The wildcard is the impending appointment of Fabio Paratici as Tottenham's new sporting director. What will he think of Lloris? Might this be a good time to move the 34-year-old on?

13:45 - Atleti swap offer for Bernardo

Atletico Madrid have offered Saul Niguez to Manchester City in a proposed swap deal for Bernardo Silva, who could be allowed to leave the Etihad Stadium this summer.
The Times reports Bernardo is unsettled at City, with Saul also open to the idea of a new challenge. A deal could be constructed that sees the two midfielders switch places.

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It's claimed Atleti value Saul at around £70m, which is roughly similar to the amount Manchester City paid to sign Bernardo from Monaco four years ago.
Given the key role Bernardo played for City this season, it seems somewhat peculiar that they are so willing to let the Portuguese international leave.

13:30 - Bayern Munich back in for CHO

Bayern Munich have renewed their interest in Callum Hudson-Odoi with Chelsea now willing to listen to offers for the winger.
That's according to The Times who claim the German champions have never dropped their interest in Hudson-Odoi and that a deal is more likely in this window than ever before.
This is largely down to the options Thomas Tuchel has in the wide areas, with Hudson-Odoi up against the likes of Hakim Ziyech, Christian Pulisic, Timo Werner and Kai Havertz for a starting spot.
It feels like the right time for Hudson-Odoi to move on. He's on the periphery of the Chelsea squad and a move to Chelsea would give him a fresh start.

13:15 - Haaland 'interested' in Chelsea transfer

Erling Haaland is interested in a transfer to Chelsea amid reports the Stamford Bridge are in discussions with the Borussia Dortmund striker.
The Telegraph claims Haaland sees himself playing for Chelsea with the Blues keen to add a world class goalscorer to their squad this summer.

Erling Haaland of Borussia Dortmund celebrates scoring his winning goal to the 0:2 during the Bundesliga match between VfL Wolfsburg and Borussia Dortmund at the Volkswagen Arena on April 24, 2021 in Wolfsburg

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However, there is recognition at Stamford Bridge that doing a deal with Dortmund for Haaland this summer will be difficult.
Chelsea are, however, willing to wait 12 months to sign their top target and Haaland is also open to the idea of putting off his departure from Borussia Dortmund until next summer.

12:55 - Everton could move for Dutch right back

Everton are lining up a bid for PSV Eindhoven and Netherlands full back Denzel Dumfries and could even make their move before the start of the Euros.
De Telegraaf (via Sport Witness) report Dumfries could leave the Netherlands this summer with Goodison Park a potential destination for the Dutch international.
Everton Director of Football Marcel Brands is thought to be a fan of Dumfries and could even make a move for the player before the start of the Euros later this week.

12:35 - Martinez open to Atleti move

Lautaro Martinez could have his head turned by Diego Simeone and Atletico Madrid this summer as the Argentine striker considers his future at Inter.
Tuttosport (via SempeInter) claims Simeone is a big fan of Martinez and that the Argentine striker likes the idea of playing under his countryman in the Spanish capital.

Lautaro Martinez, Inter 2020-2021 (getty Images)

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Of course, Martinez has previously been linked with a move to Barcelona, although it now seems unlikely the Catalans will swoop after signing Sergio Aguero.
Martinez, who has 49 goals in 132 games for Inter, could also be a target for Real Madrid, but it's Atleti's interest that appears firmest at this stage.

12:20 - Norwich 'pull plug' on King talks

Josh King is looking for a new club after being released by Everton at the end of last season, but that new club won't be Norwich City.
Football Insider reports the Canaries have ended talks with the former Bournemouth striker due to the player's wage demands.
Norwich wanted to add King to their squad ahead of their return to the Premier League next season, but the Norwegian is holding out for £60,000-a-week.

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11:55 - Mbappe focussed on Euro 2020

France manager Didier Deschamps insists Kylian Mbappe is focussed on Euro 2020 despite intense speculation about the forward's future at Paris Saint-Germain.
Mbappe has just one year left on his contract at PSG and has been linked with Real Madrid, but Deschamps isn't too concerned about how the situation will affect his performances for France this summer.
"He will have a decision. to take, he will take it when he sees fit. At the moment, he is still under contract with Paris Saint-Germain and supposed to be there next year," Deschamps said.
"On what can happen, I do not know. He is totally in control, but in any case, he is in peace and serenity with us. He is focused on the France team."

11:25 - Nuno 'on verge' of landing Palace gig

More manager news - Nuno Espirito Santo is reportedly close to being appointed the new manager of Crystal Palace.
The Portuguese coach left Wolves at the end of last season and had been linked with both the Everton and Tottenham Hotspur vacancies, but is on his way to Selhurst Park instead according to the Telegraph.

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It's reported that Palace also held talks with Frank Lampard and Sean Dyche, as well as Swansea City's Steve Cooper and Barnsley's Valerien Ismael, about taking over.
This would be a statement of intent by the Eagles given the jobs Nuno has been linked to this summer.

11:10 - Potter in running for Everton job

Some manager chat now which could have an impact on the transfer market - Graham Potter is reportedly still in the running to land the vacant Everton job.
Carlo Ancelotti's shock departure from Goodison Park last week means the Toffees need a new manager and The Athletic claims Potter is among those being considered.
Nuno Espirito Santo is still viewed as the frontrunner to replace Ancelotti, but Everton sporting director Marcel Brands is thought to be a fan of Brighton boss Potter.

Graham Potter | Brighton v Crystal Palace

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10:50 - Real Madrid give up Mbappe chase

Real Madrid are "resigned" that Kylian Mbappe will stay at Paris Saint-Germain this summer following comments made by the French club's president.
Nasser Al-Khelaifi insisted in a recent interview that PSG are "never going to sell him and he’ll never leave for free" amid continued speculation over Mbappe's future.
On the back of these remarks, AS report Real Madrid have given up hope of signing Mbappe this summer and are pessimistic of their chances of signing him as a free agent next summer, when the forward's contract expires.
There is now a belief at the Santiago Bernabeu that PSG will pull out all the stops to keep Mbappe at the club, especially with the Qatar World Cup approaching next year.

10:35 - Roma want Xhaka deal done before Euros

Roma are pushing to complete the signing of Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka before the start of Euro 2020 later this week.
The Evening Standard claims Jose Mourinho has made the Swiss international a priority target as he takes over at Roma this summer.

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Xhaka has two years left on his Arsenal contract, but Roma believe they can sign the midfielder for a fee of around £15m, although the Gunners would like closer to £20m.
The sale of Xhaka would open up a place in the Arsenal midfielder. It would subsequently be interesting to see who they move for to replace the Swiss in the centre of the pitch.

10:15 - Bayern Munich consider CHO bid

Bayern Munich's interest in Callum Hudson-Odoi is well established by now and the German champions could be lining up a bid for the winger.
German football journalist Constantin Eckner claims Bayern Munich are considering making a bid for the Chelsea player who has been on the peripheries of the team at Stamford Bridge recently.
Of course, Bayern Munich came calling for Hudson-Odoi before only for the winger to stay put. This time, he should take their offer. It's better than sitting around on the bench at Chelsea.

Callum Hudson-Odoi / FC Chelsea

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10:00 - Sterling doesn't fancy City exit

As referenced in the previous update, one player whose future at Manchester City could be linked to that of Kane's is Sterling.
However, Football Insider claims Sterling doesn't want to leave the Etihad Stadium for Tottenham Hotspur as part of a deal to send Kane in the opposite direction.
Sterling is entering the final two years of his Manchester City contract and is open to the idea of a move away, but only to a club that can compete in the Champions League.
City are also open to selling the England international, but only if their asking price of £80m is met!

09:45 - Spurs set Kane asking price

Tottenham Hotspur will only part with Harry Kane if they receive a cash-only offer of £150m for the England international this summer.
That's according to The Sun who claim Daniel Levy isn't interested in any transfer that involves players as part of the deal. He only wants cold, hard cash for Spurs' best player.

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It had been reported that Manchester City would offer Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling as part of a proposal to sign Kane from Tottenham this summer.
However, Levy looks set to dig in his heels and demand a Premier League-record fee for Kane.

09:30 - Donnarumma to PSG!

Gianluigi Donnarumma's future is edging closer to being resolved with the Italian goalkeeper reportedly set to sign for Paris Saint-Germain.
Football journalist Fabrizio Romano claims Donnarumma has decided to join the French club ahead of Juventus who had been among the frontrunners to sign the 22-year-old.
Donnarumma has reportedly asked for the number 99 shirt at PSG. A strange number for a goalkeeper to hold, but hey... that's his thing.
This will be quite the statement signing for PSG, but spare a thought for Keylor Navas. This happened to him at Real Madrid too!

09:15 - Chelsea in talks with Haaland

It's something of an open secret that Chelsea are in the market for a new centre forward this summer with talks reportedly opened with Erling Haaland.
The Borussia Dortmund striker is believed to be on the radar of every elite club in Europe, but there's a determination at Stamford Bridge to land the Norwegian according to the Daily Mail.

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They report that talks have been opened over a £170m move for Haaland, although there is recognition that getting a deal done this summer will be difficult.
Chelsea will reportedly look to offer Tammy Abraham as part of a package to Dortmund. Poor Tammy.

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