Football gossip: Oblak, De Gea, Ferdinand, Fraser, Odegaard, Cavani

Football gossip

Manchester United are ready to trigger the 120m euro (£104m) buyout clause in Atletico Madrid's 26-year-old Slovenia goalkeeper Jan Oblak's contract. (ESPN)

Paris St-Germain will offer Manchester United £90m for David de Gea, with the 28-year-old Spain goalkeeper set to be offered £450,000 a week by the French champions. (Star)

Former Manchester United and England defender Rio Ferdinand has met executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward to discuss becoming the Old Trafford club's sporting director. (Mail)

Bournemouth's Scotland winger Ryan Fraser, 25, is prepared to quit the club this summer because he is keen to join a top-six side. (Mirror)

Real Madrid are willing to let 20-year-old Norway midfielder Martin Odegaard join Ajax on a two-year loan deal. (Mail)

Chelsea and Manchester United are monitoring the situation of 32-year-old PSG and Uruguay forward Edinson Cavani, who wants to move to the Premier League. (Calciomercato)

Liverpool are set to reward Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain with a new contract until 2023 - just days after the 25-year-old England midfielder made his return from a year-long injury absence. (Mirror)

Inter Milan are continuing talks to sign Brazil defender Danilo, 27, for about £18m from Manchester City. (Mail)

Wolves will make a renewed attempt to sign 24-year-old Sweden defender Victor Lindelof from Manchester United, having failed to do so last summer. (Teamtalk)

England U21 midfielder Tom Davies, 20, has signed a new four-year deal at Everton. (Telegraph)

Ajax's Netherlands defender Matthijs de Ligt, 19, predicts he will not cost as much as 21-year-old team-mate and compatriot Frenkie de Jong, bought by Barcelona for £65m, as speculation surrounding his future continues. (Mirror)

Jurgen Klopp has been told to bring Dutch centre-back De Ligt to Liverpool to partner compatriot Virgil van Dijk at Anfield next season. (Express)

Ajax's Morocco striker Hakem Ziyech, 26, is wanted by Real Madrid, while a number of European clubs are interested in Brazil forward David Neres, 22. (Mail)

Nice and Algeria right-back Youcef Atal, 22, is among Chelsea's summer targets if Fifa lifts the Premier League club's transfer ban. (Telegraph)

Real Madrid have held initial talks with Lyon over the potential transfer of the Ligue 1 side's 22-year-old French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele. (AS)

West Ham's 20-year-old English defender Reece Oxford is close to agreeing a permanent deal at Bundesliga side Augsburg worth £8m. (Sky Sports)

Wolves have joined Burnley in showing interest in Scotland U17 captain and Hamilton defender Jamie Hamilton, 17. (Birmingham Mail)

Arsenal's players have been left confused by manager Unai Emery's tactics during the Gunners' recent three-match losing run. (Telegraph)

Barcelona's Ghana forward Kevin-Prince Boateng, 32, says he could have played for Manchester United for 10 years had he had better motivation. (Goal)

Brazil right-back Dani Alves, 35, is considering his future at Paris St-Germain following their shock defeat by Rennes in the French Cup final. (RMC)

Barcelona and Netherlands goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen, 30, has confirmed he will leave the Spanish giants club this summer in search of regular football. (Marca)

Manchester United's 22-year-old English goalkeeper Dean Henderson - who is on loan at Sheffield United - is set for talks about his Old Trafford future but will ask to remain at Bramall Lane next season. (Express)

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has criticised his 23-year-old France winger Anthony Martial's attitude during his side's clash with Chelsea. (Mail)

Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey, 27, feared he would not start another game for the Magpies this season after six months out of the starting XI. (Mirror)

The Premier League has imposed strict safeguarding guidelines preventing clubs' U18s players changing in the same room as senior players. (Mail)

Unai Emery's decision to have support staff member Ameesh Manek conduct pre-match team talks seems to have backfired, given Arsenal's slump in form. (Mirror)

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