Saturday's gossip column: Neuer, Stones, Bonucci, Sancho, Godin

Football gossip

Chelsea are interested in signing Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, 34, who has been at Bayern Munich since 2011. (Bild)external-link

Bayern will replace Neuer with Germany team-mate Marc-Andre ter Stegen. The 27-year-old Barcelona keeper could cost as much as £90m. (Daily Mail)external-link

England defender John Stones, 25, could be on his way out of Manchester City, with Juventus and Italy centre-back Leonardo Bonucci, 32, lined up to replace him. (Star)external-link

Borussia Dortmund and England forward Jadon Sancho, 20, should jump at the chance to move to Manchester United, says ex-United striker Dimitar Berbatov. (Sun)external-link

Tottenham want to sign Inter Milan's Uruguay defender Diego Godin, 34, as Spurs boss Jose Mourinho looks to re-shape his defence. (Mirror)external-link

Everton and West Ham are both keen on signing Barcelona and Denmark striker Martin Braithwaite, 28, although his club Barcelona will not sell him for less than £16m. Braithwaite joined Barca in February as an emergency signing. (Diario Sport - in Spanish)external-link

Arsenal want to sign Valencia's Spanish midfielder Carlos Soler, 23, who only recently signed a new contract until 2023. (Sun)external-link

The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted Ruben Loftus-Cheek's return from an Achilles tendon injury as the 24-year-old Chelsea midfielder is unable to rebuild his match fitness. Loftus-Cheek has not played since May 2019. (Evening Standard)external-link

Barcelona and Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal, 32, will be allowed to join Inter Milan in the summer. (Calciomercato -in Italian)external-link

Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi, 27, admits his future is uncertain. Germany international Mustafi's contract expires in the summer of 2021 and he says there are "many question marks" about whether he stays. (Sky Sports)external-link

Premier League and EFL clubs are exploring the possibility of furloughing their entire squads - placing them on temporary leave - during the coronavirus shutdown. (Evening Standard)external-link

Former Newcastle and Aston Villa midfielder Nolberto Solano, 45, apologised after being detained by Peruvian police for being outside his house during tight quarantine hours set up to stop the spread of coronavirus. (Guardian)external-link

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