Diego Costa is apparently keen to rejoin Atletico Madrid, Asmir Begovic also wants out of Chelsea, while Victor Wanyama is hoping for more Tottenham interest.
COSTA KEEN ON ATLETICO RETURN
Atletico Madrid want to use the £31million they have banked from China for Jackson Martinez to launch a bid to re-sign Chelsea striker Diego Costa, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Radamel Falcao’s proposed return to Atletico collapsed because the Colombian could not pass a medical, the newspaper claims, with a move to China now the 29-year-old’s only hope of ending his unsuccessful spell at Stamford Bridge.
Atletico only ever saw Falcao as a stop-gap signing anyway, it is said, and so will now start the process of attempting to lure Costa back to Spain, with the 27-year-old apparently keen on the idea.
AND THE REST
Neymar has put Premier League suitors on red alert, with Manchester United leading the race, after his dad revealed he could quit Barcelona (The Sun)
Asmir Begovic wants to quit Chelsea this summer as he is already fed up at playing second fiddle to Thibaut Courtois (The Sun)
Newcastle United have taken a huge financial gamble by not including relegation clauses in the contracts of the players signed during the transfer window (The Times)
Victor Wanyama is continuing to stall on signing a new contract at Southampton, hoping that Tottenham will come in for him again in the summer (Daily Mirror)
Norwich City boss Alex Neil will let Kyle Lafferty join Leeds United when the loan window opens next week (Daily Mirror)
Aston Villa are looking at possible replacements in case Remi Garde follows through with his threat to walk out (Daily Mirror)