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Arsenal want Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri to take over if Arsene Wenger leaves at the end of the season, with Borussia Dortmund's Thomas Tuchel and Atletico Madrid's Diego Simeone also on the Gunners' shortlist. (Sun)external-link

Alexis Sanchez could move in the opposite direction to Allegri, with Juve increasingly confident of signing the Gunners' 28-year-old Chilean forward in a £25m move this summer. (Corriere dello Sport, via Independent)external-link

Daily Mirror
Saturday's Daily Mirror back page has fun with Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp's latest news conferences

Bayern Munich are the latest major European club to show interest in Tottenham's 20-year-old England midfielder Dele Alli - who is also set to be one of the new faces of the Fifa video game. (Daily Mirror)external-link

Spurs could lose Alli's fellow England international Eric Dier, with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho planning a £35m bid for the 23-year-old defensive midfielder. (Sun)external-link

Meanwhile, Mourinho is considering summer moves for Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane, 23, and midfielder Toni Kroos, 27. (Don Balon, via Daily Star)external-link

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has told goalkeeper Willy Caballero, 35, defenders Pablo Zabaleta, 32, Gael Clichy, 31, and Bacary Sagna, 34, midfielder Yaya Toure, 33, and winger Jesus Navas, 31, they have three months to prove they deserve to have their contracts extended beyond this summer. (Daily Telegraph)external-link

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he will have a money to spend during the summer and does not expect the club to stop him making major signings because they are too expensive. (Times - subscription required) external-link

Klopp wants to bring in up to six players in a bid to improve his squad. (Guardian) external-link

Former Arsenal striker Nicolas Anelka believes "mentally, there's something lacking" with the current Gunners squad and that manager Arsene Wenger is not the problem. (Onze Mondial via Daily Mirror)external-link

Everton are tracking Sunderland keeper Jordan Pickford, 22, who could be called up by England boss Gareth Southgate for this month's friendly against Germany. (Daily Mail)external-link

Daily Express
The back page of the Daily Express focuses on Klopp's summer plans

Torino are keen to make Joe Hart's loan move from Manchester City permanent, amid interest from Arsenal and Liverpool in the 29-year-old goalkeeper. (Tuttosport, via Talksport)external-link

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic will be given a new contract and money to spend in the transfer market this summer. (Daily Mail)external-link

On-loan striker Wilfried Bony, 28, will be sent back to Manchester City this summer as part of a Stoke exodus. Midfielder Giannelli Imbula, 24, and forwards Bojan Krkic and Joselu, both 26, will also leave the Potters. (Daily Express)external-link

Manchester City will give 16-year-old winger Jadon Sancho a pay rise and a three-year contract to ward off interest from rival clubs. (Daily Mail)external-link

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has played down talk of a switch to Inter Milan and says he hopes he is at Stamford Bridge for "many years". (Times - subscription required)external-link

West Brom boss Tony Pulis says former club Crystal Palace have spent "an enormous amount of money" but does not know where it has "gone wrong" for them as they battle to beat Premier League relegation. (Daily Express)external-link

The Football Association is planning to give grassroots referees body cameras to act as a deterrent and gather evidence of the abuse they receive. (Daily Telegraph)external-link

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Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton, 30, has put his impressive form this season down to playing a video game for 10 minutes before matches. (Sun)external-link

A group of Charlton fans are protesting against Belgian owner Roland Duchatelet by travelling to his home town of Sint-Truiden on Saturday - instead of the Addicks' League One game at Northampton. (Guardian)external-link

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