Inter Milan have held talks with Tottenham star Christian Eriksen, while Arsenal could go for an Unai Emery favourite this summer, all in the papers.
€100M PRICE TAG FOR ERIKSEN
Inter Milan have reportedly begun preliminary talks to sign Christian Eriksen in a deal which could total €100million.
Tuttosport cited in CalcioMercato claim that Inter are keen on pursuing a deal for the Denmark playmaker, despite Spurs’ desire to keep their playmaker.
Spurs want to keep the midfielder, but moneyman Daniel Levy may decide to offload the 27-year-old with his contract expiring in 2020.
It means Spurs will need to tie him down to another long-term deal to protect his value or else sell him this summer.
Juventus are also believed to be in the running.
AND THE REST
Crystal Palace are set to be priced out of permanently signing loanee Michy Batshuayi from Chelsea at the end of the season (CalcioMercato)
Real Madrid are set to rival Barcelona for the signing of Takefusa Kubo (Marca).
Real Madrid will look to offload 29-year-old Germany midfielder Toni Kroos this summer in order to free up space for Manchester United’s France international Paul Pogba, 26, and Tottenham’s Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen. (AS)
Arsenal could sign Roma midfielder Steven N’Zonzi, who enjoyed the most successful season of his career at Sevilla under the guidance of Unai Emery. (TuttoMercatoWeb)
Barcelona have decided to put their attempts to sign Eintracht Frankfurt striker Luka Jovic on hold (Marca)
Milan and Roma are interested in Ajax youngster Donny van de Beek (CalcioMercato)
Everton boss Marco Silva says he is “surprised” at transfer rumours linking 30-year-old winger Theo Walcott with a move away from Goodison. (Liverpool Echo)
West Ham are lining up a summer move for Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic and are expected to listen to offers for Marko Arnautovic and Lucas Perez. (Telegraph)
Manchester United have dropped their interest in Crystal Palace’s 21-year-old English right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka in favour of pursuing Paris St-Germain and Belgium defender Thomas Meunier, 27. (Sun)
Everton forward Oumar Niasse is set to hold talks with Toffees boss Silva after his loan move to Cardiff in January. (Star)
Manchester United are reportedly ready to “break the bank” for West Ham star Declan Rice. (The Sun)
Lyon axed Memphis Depay and Nabil Fekir from the starting line-up on Friday amid incredible claims they fought with team-mates in training. (The Sun)
Netherlands centre-back Matthijs de Ligt, 19, will leave Ajax for either Bayern Munich or Barcelona this summer, according to the Dutch side’s manager Erik ten Hag. (Suddeutsche Zeitung)
De Ligt’s compatriot and former Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal says the defender should join either Manchester City or Barcelona this summer, rather than move to Juventus. (Gazzetta)
Crystal Palace, Burnley, Norwich City and Southampton are all tracking Birmingham City striker Che Adams but might have to pay £15m to secure his services. (Guardian)
Stoke striker Mame Biram Diouf says Potters fans are “the worst in England” and he is “openly thinking” about leaving the club. (The Sun)
Real Madrid remain interested in Liverpool’s Senegal forward Sadio Mane, but the Spanish giants will only make a move if the 27-year-old hands in a transfer request. (El Confidencial)
Bournemouth are considering whether to cash in on 25-year-old Scotland winger Ryan Fraser, amid interest from Arsenal. (Mirror)
Cherries forward Callum Wilson, who was linked with a move to Chelsea in January, says he is happy playing for Eddie Howe and never wants to see himself not playing at Bournemouth. (Star)
Tottenham are prepared to spend £30m to sign Barcelona’s Portuguese midfielder Andre Gomes after the 25-year-old’s impressive loan spell at Everton. (Star)
Manchester United offered to almost double Ander Herrera’s salary in an attempt to keep the 29-year-old Spain midfielder at the club. (Forbes)
Paris St-Germian right-back Dani Alves, 35, has openly criticised his team-mates in an interview on French radio. The Brazilian argued the club should have paid more attention to his advice because of his experience at the highest levels of football. (RMC radio, via AS)