Football gossip: Conte, Tuchel, Rashford, Fellaini, Hernandez

Football gossip

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford, 20, is becoming disillusioned at his lack of action at Old Trafford - and the England international may leave next season. (Mirror)external-link

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte's job is under threat again, and the Italian could leave his role before the end of the season. (Mail)external-link

Chelsea do not plan to terminate Conte's contract until the end of the season, but their hopes the Italian will be offered a job by Paris St-Germain could be thwarted by Thomas Tuchel taking charge of the French club. (Times - subscription required)external-link

Liverpool are not interested in signing 30-year-old midfielder Marouane Fellaini from Manchester United, but PSG remain interested in the Belgium international. (Mail)external-link

Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich and Ligue 1 leaders PSG have both asked Chelsea to keep them informed if 22-year-old winger Kenedy becomes available for transfer. The Brazilian is on loan at Newcastle. (Sky Sports)external-link

West Ham striker Javier Hernandez, 29, is ready to leave the club this summer as the Mexican is in search of regular first-team football. (Mirror)external-link

Watford have beaten Arsenal and Tottenham to the £1.5m signing of England youth international Ben Wilmot, 18, from League Two side Stevenage. (Sun)external-link

RB Leipzig's 19-year-old French defender Dayot Upamecano says he "dreams of" playing for Real Madrid, Barcelona or ​​Manchester United one day. (Telefoot - in French)external-link

Championship promotion challengers Aston Villa are monitoring West Brom midfielder Jake Livermore, 28, who is hoping to make England's World Cup squad. (Mail)external-link

West Brom could lose 28-year-old striker Salomon Rondon if they are relegated because the Venezuelan has a £16.5m release clause in his contract. (Mirror)external-link

Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has been criticised by the club's former striker Jorge Valdano, despite providing the cross for Cristiano Ronaldo to score in the 1-1 draw with Atletico Madrid. (El Transistor via Star) external-link

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola's time at Bayern Munich has heavily influenced the club's search for a new manager and they are looking for a German-speaking coach, says German football expert Rafael Honigstein. (BBC Radio 5 live)

Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz, who Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has previously criticised, will officiate the club's Champions League quarter-final second-leg tie against Liverpool on Tuesday. (Times - subscription required) external-link

Nearly 130 Premier League players face a £250m bill after putting cash into a tax avoidance scheme. (Mirror)external-link

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright says manager Arsene Wenger's words had him on "cloud nine", while former Gunners boss George Graham had him "running for the toilet". (BBC Radio 5 live)

Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey believes he is in the kind of form which first earned him an England call-up. (Star)external-link

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