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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has turned down a £30m-a-year deal to move to China that would have seen the 67-year-old earn twice as much as Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola. (Daily Mirror)

The Gunners have sent scouts to watch Napoli's 25-year-old Italy striker Lorenzo Insigne, who has scored nine goals this season. The Premier League club have also watched the Italian team's Algeria defender Faouzi Ghoulam, 26. (Tuttomercatoweb, via Sun)

Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is prepared to leave this summer, despite manager Jose Mourinho's plea for him to stay, because the 35-year-old Swede wants to play in the Champions League. (Daily Mirror)

Juventus will be tempted by an offer of £42m for 29-year-old Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci, who is a target for Chelsea. (Sun)

Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw will seek a move in the summer as the 21-year-old England international believes he is not in manager Jose Mourinho's plans. (Squawka)

Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, 23, is yet to extend his contract at Goodison Park but agent Mino Raiola says the deal is "99.99999999%" done. (Talksport, via Liverpool Echo)

Chinese club Tianjin Quanjian have said they offered £90m for Chelsea's 28-year-old Spain striker Diego Costa, and claim to have a limitless transfer budget this summer. (Daily Express)

Liverpool and Manchester City target Virgil van Dijk, 25, is committed to Southampton for life, according to the club's chairman Ralph Krueger.(Talksport)

The Daily Star leads on Leicester's win over Liverpool
The Daily Star leads on Leicester's win over Liverpool

Christian Benteke has become frustrated at Crystal Palace and the 26-year-old striker will consider his future in the summer. (Daily Telegraph)

West Bromwich Albion chairman John Williams has warned Chinese clubs that striker Salomon Rondon is not for sale at any price. The Baggies turned down £32m for the 27-year-old Venezuela striker in January. (Birmingham Mail)

West Ham have turned down lucrative offers from China for England striker Andy Carroll, 28. (Daily Mail)

Stoke boss Mark Hughes is planning an overhaul of his squad that will see high-profile players such as midfielder Giannelli Imbula, 24, forward Bojan, 26, and striker Wilfried Bony, 28, be sold this summer. (Daily Telegraph)

Nantes' president believes it would be "almost dishonourable" for the French club's Portuguese manager Sergio Conceicao to leave for Leicester City. (Presse Ocean - in French)

In his first message on his new Twitter account, Conceicao said he is "staying at Nantes". (Twitter - in French)

Leicester are keeping their options open over who will be the club's next manager, with ex-Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink a contender. (Leicester Mercury)

Atletico Madrid defender Lucas Hernandez, 21, was sentenced to 31 days' community service for his part in a violent dispute with his ex-girlfriend, who received the same sentence. (El Pais - in Spanish)

Tottenham striker Harry Kane believes his current run of form puts him among the best strikers in the world. The 23-year-old has already scored three hat-tricks this calendar year. (Guardian)

The Daily Telegraph also leads on the Leicester win, their first match since Claudio Ranieri was sacked
The Daily Telegraph also leads on the Leicester win, their first match since Claudio Ranieri was sacked

Everton have been told they will need to pay more than £15m to sign Anderlecht's Belgium Under-21 midfielder Youri Tielemans, 19.(Click Liverpool - via VTM Nieuws)

Fulham forward Lucas Piazon, who is on loan from Chelsea, has been ruled out for two months after the 23-year-old had surgery on a broken jaw.(Evening Standard)

Sunderland boss David Moyes believes five wins from his side's remaining 13 games will keep them in the Premier League. The Black Cats have won five of their past 26.(Sunderland Echo)

Borussia Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke says the fitness problem keeping Mario Gotze out of the side will "not be a short-term thing". The 24-year-old midfielder is suffering from"metabolic disturbances",the club says.(Bild - in German)

Real Madrid will make a formal complaint to the Spanish league over what they believe to be biased reporting in the country's media.(Marca - in Spanish)

Arsenal and Chelsea have joined the queue of clubs watching Nigerian prospect Henry Onyekuru. The 19-year-old plays for Eupen in Belgium.(Daily Mail)

The Blues and the Gunners will play a pre-season friendly in the Chinese capital Beijing on 22 July.(Independent)

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Manchester United have signed Welsh 'wonderkid' Levent Gundogan after the under-14s player enjoyed a successful six-week trial with the club, according to his former club Connah's Quay Nomads.(Nomads' academy website)

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