Griezmann starts Barcelona house hunt
Antoine Griezmann has started looking for a house in Barcelona, according to Catalunya Radio ( via Marca ) , amid rumours of a move to Camp Nou.
The Catalan side have courted Griezmann to the extent that Atletico lodged a complaint to FIFA to warrant off negotiations, but the Blaugrana could return for him in the summer.
Griezmann’s wife is said to have visited a real estate agent to look at properties in the region ahead of a potential switch.
Klopp to convince Butland to join Liverpool
Liverpool are closing in on a £40 million deal to sign Jack Butland from Stoke City , The Mirror claims.
The goalkeeper has continued to impress for Paul Lambert’s side and has attracted interest from Arsenal.
But the prospect of working with Jurgen Klopp has the 24-year-old more excited about a move to Anfield and the Reds are preparing a summer bid for him that will see him become the most expensive goalkeeper in history.
Man Utd to offer Darmian in Alex Sandro bid
Manchester United are set to make a summer bid for Alex Sandro and could offer Matteo Darmian to Juventus as part of the deal, according to The Mirror .
The Red Devils have been scouting the left-back as Jose Mourinho seeks competition for Luke Shaw. United are said to be willing to meet Juve’s £70 million asking price and double his wages to lure him to Old Trafford.
Allegri ready to replace Wenger at Arsenal
Massimiliano Allegri has his heart set on replacing Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager this year, The Sun claims .
Wenger has come under criticism once again as his side have fallen 13 points behind the final Champions League qualification spot and could be sacked.
Allegri has long been linked as a potential replacement and the British tabloid claims he has indicated he is ready to make the switch to the Premier League, even taking English lessons in preparation.
Dortmund want Wagner as coach
Borussia Dortmund have targeted Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner as their top candidate to take over as head coach, says The Mirror .
The Bundesliga side are not convinced that Peter Stoger is the man for the future and have been impressed with Wagner’s work in Germany and England and could try to bring him back this summer.
Man City join Real & Inter in Lautaro chase
Manchester City are the latest club to show an interest in Racing Club striker Lautaro Martinez, claims The Express .
Atletico Madrid are said to be leading the chase to sign the 20-year-old, who has 12 goals in 14 games this season, but Real Madrid, Inter and AC Milan are also lurking.
The Racing captain is set to leave the club at the end of the season and City could pitch in with an offer after scouting him recently.
Chelsea & PSG to battle for Luis Enrique
Chelsea must warrant off interest from Paris Saint-Germain if they are to convince Luis Enrique to replace Antonio Conte at the end of the season, says T he Daily Star .
The Ligue 1 side are expected to sack Unai Emery following their elimination from the Champions League by Real Madrid and see the ex-Barcelona boss as the man to make their European dreams come true.
Chelsea, however, have already listed Luis Enrique as their main candidate to succeed the under-fire Conte and will have to put together a great offer to convince him to move to England.
Lingard set for new Man Utd deal
Less than a year after signing his latest contract, Manchester United are set to offer Jesse Lingard another deal to ensure they keep hold of the England international, The Daily Star reports.
The 25-year-old has scored 13 times for the Red Devils this season, impressing the club enough to raise his wages even further.
Man Utd & Chelsea in Cavani battle
Manchester United and Chelsea are to battle it out for the £53 million signing of Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani, according Le Parisien .
The Uruguayan is said to feel unsettled in France following the arrival of Neymar and is ready to take on a new challenge.
Premier League interest is building as a result, with those at Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge keen on acquiring a proven frontman.
Who should Arsenal offload?
Arsenal are expected to make big changes on the playing side this summer, with a host of first-team names likely to leave the club.
Who, though, will be retained by the Gunners and who will be allowed to move on?
Goal takes a look at how a lively window could play out at Emirates Stadium.