Liverpool have had a bid for a goalkeeper rejected, Michael Keane is up for grabs an Man City will go all out to sign Eden Hazard in the summer, all in Sunday’s papers.
CITY GO FOR £150M HAZARD
Manchester City are ready to make a £150million summer move for Eden Hazard, reports the Sunday Mirror.
City recently pulled out of a move for Alexis Sanchez dues to his £400,000 a week wages, but according to the tabloid Pep Guardiola has hinted that their stance on wages will change.
And the City boss has “identified the Belgium winger as his No.1 summer transfer target”.
Hazard, 27, is thought to represent better value for City than Sanchez and they are set to rival Real Madrid to try and sign the Belgium playmaker in the summer.
Hazard will have two years left on his Blues deal in the summer, but so far he has not managed to agree on an extension and City are keen to exploit that at the end of the season.
AND THE REST
Arsenal must either meet Borussia Dortmund’s £60m asking price for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 28, or look elsewhere. (Sunday Mirror)
Paris St-Germain chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi says the rumours of Neymar, 25, moving to Real Madrid make him laugh and insists “2,000%” that the Brazil international will be at the Ligue 1 outfit next season. (Mail on Sunday)
Manchester City and Manchester United are set to battle it out against in an attempt to sign Brazil midfielder Fred, 24, from Shakhtar Donetsk. (Daily Star Sunday)
Former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique is the leading candidate to replace Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, whose future is in doubt at the club, in the summer. (Mail on Sunday)
Chelsea are ready to make an improved bid to try to complete a deal to sign former Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko from Roma. (Sunday Express)
Michael Keane’s Everton future is in doubt as boss Sam Allardyce looks to move him out in this window or the summer. (Sun on Sunday)
Fulham want a whopping £30m for skipper Tom Cairney after turning down West Ham’s £15m bid. (Sun on Sunday)
Benik Afobe’s time at Bournemouth could be up after he was drawn into a row with Eddie Howe over a pen. (Sun on Sunday)
Arsenal are set to win the race to sign West Brom defender Jonny Evans, 30, with Manchester City poised to sign Aymeric Laporte from Athletic Bilbao. (Daily Star Sunday)
Burnley boss Sean Dyche wants Arsenal defender Rob Holding, 22, on loan for the rest of the season but any deal could depend on whether the Gunners are able to sign Jonny Evans. (Sun on Sunday)
Newcastle are set to beat Liverpool to the signature of Brazil forward Luan, 24, from Gremio for £17.5m. (Sun on Sunday)
Jorginho’s agent has met Manchester United representatives ahead of a move for the 26-year-old from Napoli. (Manchester Evening News)
Manchester United are set to reject offers from Juventus and Roma to sign Italian defender Matteo Darmian, 28, on loan. (Sunday Express)
Tottenham will continue talks with Paris St-Germain over a potential £22m deal for 25-year-old Lucas Moura. (Sunday Telegraph)
Leicester striker Leonardo Ulloa, 31, is reportedly close to a loan move back to former club Brighton. (Leicester Mercury)
Chelsea have rejected Real Madrid’s offer to swap Eden Hazard for Cristiano Ronaldo. (Star on Sunday)
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is considering a transfer swoop for Monaco winger Keita Balde with Arsenal also interested. (Mirror)
Klopp has ruled out making a late move for Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. (Star on Sunday)
Middlesbrough are leading the chase for New York City winger Jack Harrison. (Star on Sunday)
Feyenoord have set Newcastle a deadline to meet their £20m asking price for 27-year-old Danish striker Nicolai Jorgensen. (Newcastle Chronicle)
Newcastle and Crystal Palace are eyeing moves for Red Star Belgrade striker Richmond Boakye, 24. (HITC)
Mauricio Pochettino is top of Real Madrid ‘s wanted list – because of his Tottenham side’s sparkling Champions League displays. (Sunday Mirror)
Daniel Sturridge is set for an Inter Milan transfer – after Liverpool more than halved the fee. (Sunday Mirror)
Southampton boss Mauricio Pellegrino’s job is hanging by a thread, with Mark Hughes being touted as the Argentine’s successor. (Sunday Mirror)
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