Football gossip: Willian, Martial, Mahrez, Bakayoko, Neymar, Rondon

Football gossip

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will insist on signing Chelsea's Brazil midfielder Willian, 29, if the Blues pursue an £80m deal for United striker Anthony Martial, 22. (Sunday Mirror)

Arsenal and Tottenham are also interested in France international Martial. (Mail on Sunday)

Mourinho is set to sign Lazio and Serbia midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, 23, in an £80m deal. (Sun on Sunday)

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is ready to sanction a £50m move for Ajax's 18-year-old Netherlands defender Matthijs de Ligt. (Sunday Mirror)

Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez is keen to join Arsenal. The 27-year-old Algeria international recently withdrew a transfer request but still wants to leave. (Sunday Express)

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and Napoli counterpart Maurizio Sarri could replace one another in a summer switch. (Sunday Mirror)

Scotland left-back Kieran Tierney, 20, admits he is flattered by interest from Bournemouth but says he remains committed to the six-year contract he signed with Celtic this season. (Mail on Sunday)

Borussia Dortmund could abandon a move for Tiemoue Bakayoko because Chelsea want £53m for the 23-year-old France midfielder. (Sport 1, via Sun on Sunday)

Real Madrid are considering a bid for Paris St-Germain's former Barcelona forward Neymar, after being told the 26-year-old Brazil international would be happy to play alongside Cristiano Ronaldo. (Marca)

Cardiff are keen to sign West Brom striker Salomon Rondon if they win promotion to the Premier League. The Venezuelan has a relegation release clause set at £16.5m, but Cardiff are likely to offer £12m plus add-ons for the 28-year-old. (Mail)

Stoke boss Paul Lambert says if Wolves bid £35m for England goalkeeper Jack Butland, 25, it would only be enough to buy one of his gloves. (Birmingham Mail)

Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke is a target for new Rangers boss Steven Gerrard, who wants to take the 20-year-old Englishman on loan. (Scottish Sun)

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has told Paul Scholes and other members of England's 'golden generation' to follow Gerrard into management. (Manchester Evening News)

Chelsea's Spain striker Alvaro Morata says his debut season has been made incredibly difficult by a mystery pain in his back. (Marca)

Former Manchester City player Mike Summerbee, part of the 1967-68 title-winning squad, says Guardiola has "revolutionised football" in Britain. (Guardian)

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