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Everton manager Ronald Koeman, 53, is the favourite to succeed Arsene Wenger at Arsenal. Barcelona are also keen to bring Koeman to the club. (Sunday Mirror)external-link

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri, 49, has verbally agreed to take over at the Gunners if 67-year-old Arsene Wenger decides not to carry on as boss beyond this season. (Sunday Express)external-link

Tottenham want to sign Burnley striker Andre Gray in the summer. The 25-year-old has 15 months left on his contract at Turf Moor.(Sunday Express)external-link

Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata, 28, is set to sign a new long-term contract with the Premier League side. (Sunday Star)external-link

Former referee Graham Poll says Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 35, and Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings, 23, should get retrospective three-match bans for their clashes during the 1-1 draw between their sides on Saturday. (Mail on Sunday)external-link

Paris St-Germain want to sign Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge on loan. West Ham and Stoke are also interested in signing the 27-year-old, who has made 14 Premier League starts this season. (Sunday Mirror)external-link

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Manchester City are planning a £60m move for Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho, 24, as well as Southampton left-back Ryan Bertrand, 27, and Middlesbrough captain Ben Gibson, 24. The move could cost the club £115m. (Sun)external-link

The Blues are also interested in Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford but Black Cats boss David Moyes has urged the 22-year-old to continue his development at the Stadium of Light. (Sunday Telegraph)external-link

Real Madrid are considering a summer move for Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, 30. (Sunday Sun via L'Equipe)external-link

Everton are keen to bring Ajax midfielder Davy Klaassen, 24, to Goodison Park. Napoli and German side Eintracht Frankfurt are also watching the Netherlands player. (Sunday People)external-link

Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha is wanted by German side Red Bull Leipzig. Tottenham and Inter Milan are also interested in signing the 24-year-old. (Sun)external-link

Chelsea want to sign Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly, 25, who could cost the Blues up to £60m. (Sunday Star)external-link

The Premier League leaders have also been told they will need to pay £70m to bring Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus, 27, to Stamford Bridge. (Sunday Express)external-link

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Liverpool are monitoring Udinese goalkeeper Alex Meret. The 19-year-old is on loan at Serie B side SPAL.(Sunday People)external-link

Former Reds captain Steven Gerrard says Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp can help attract players to the club but qualifying for the Champions League is also "vital". (Liverpool Echo)external-link

Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta, 32, is set to leave the Etihad after nine years with the side. (Mail on Sunday) external-link

Romelu Lukaku's contract negotiations with Everton are "99.99999%" complete, according to his agent. The 23-year-old has scored 17 goals this season. (Liverpool Echo)external-link

England manager Gareth Southgate has told Joe Hart that he is still the national side's first-choice goalkeeper. Hart, 29, is on loan at Torino from Manchester City and Southgate travelled to Turin to reassure the player of his future. (Sunday Mirror)external-link

Everton and West Ham could go up against Juventus to sign Udinese midfielder Seko Fofana, 21. (Calciomercato - in Italian)external-link

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says he sometimes has to upset striker Harry Kane, 23, by telling him he cannot do extra training sessions. (London Evening Standard)external-link


And finally

AFC Wimbledon missed out on the chance to sign West Ham's Michail Antonio as a teenager because they were not willing to pay a registration fee of £7. (Evening Standard)external-link

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