Football gossip: De Gea, Bale, Moyes, Pogba, Toure
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Manchester United have told Real Madrid it will cost £45m to sign goalkeeper David De Gea, 24, but could propose a swap deal involving Wales forward Gareth Bale, 25. (Sunday Express)
Manchester City and Chelsea have been told they must break both the British transfer record and their wage structure if they are to sign Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, 22, with Paris St-Germain offering £60m for the France international. (Sunday Mirror)
Real Sociedad manager David Moyes, formerly of Everton and Manchester United, looks certain to take over at West Ham next season, with Sam Allardyce's contract expiring in the summer. (Sunday Mirror)
Newcastle United have made a move for Marseille's £15m-rated midfielder Florian Thauvin, 22. (Mail on Sunday)
Inter Milan are ready to pay £46.2m over four years - including a £15m transfer fee - to sign Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure, 31, from Manchester City. (Daily Star Sunday)
Top scorer Charlie Austin, 25, and 24-year-old Scotland winger Matt Phillips will be among those to leave QPR if they are relegated from the Premier League. (Daily Star Sunday)
Arsenal think Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, 32, will join them in the summer because he no longer wants to be back-up to 22-year-old Thibaut Courtois.(Mail on Sunday)
Manchester City are set to compete with neighbours Manchester United as they attempt to sign Paris St-Germain's £50m Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani, 28.(Sun - subscription required)
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley wants Derby boss Steve McClaren to take over at St James' Park immediately.(Sunday Mirror)
Manchester City are considering paying £6m to German club Augsburg for Ghana left-back Abdul Rahman Baba, 20. (Sun - subscription required)
Liverpool say 20-year-old forward Raheem Sterling, who is a target for Manchester City, will not be sold this summer. (Manchester Evening News)
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, 23, is ready to make his comeback before the end of a season plagued by injury. (Observer)
Newcastle United goalkeeper coach Andy Woodman was forced to explain the Magpies' woeful performance to irate fans outside the stadium.(Newcastle Chronicle)
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has congratulated Chelsea on winning the Premier League but warned manager Jose Mourinho it will not be as easy to retain the title next season.(Observer)
Birmingham City players were treated to drinks after their season-ending win over Bolton thanks to a fine paid by club doctor Mike Stone, who arrived late.(Birmingham Mail)
Best of social media
West Ham goalkeeper Adrian had a special guest at Saturday's home game against Burnley at Upton Park. "Another clean sheet & 3 points," he tweeted. "Now to enjoy with my family and celebrate my grandfather's 90 birthday."
West Brom striker Saido Berahino was in celebratory mood after his side's win over Manchester United at Old Trafford. "What a brilliant team performance," he tweeted. "Boaz Myhill was unbelievable, fans were different class till the end, safe journey back #GodIsGood."
Liverpool defender Jose Enrique stayed up to watch Floyd Mayweather beat Manny Pacquiao and was "disappointed" with a defensive fight but tweeted: "At the end what you remember is the winner... look at Jose Mourinho."
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has banned delivery vans from calling at the club's Carrington HQ during first-team training sessions, fearing they are a distraction and that drivers are spying on what his players are doing. (Sunday People)
A helicopter belonging to Leicester owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha landed on the King Power Stadium pitch after the Foxes' 3-0 win over Newcastle. (BT Sport)