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Liverpool will let Mamadou Sakho leave at the end of his loan spell at Crystal Palace this summer - but want at least £30m for the 27-year-old France centre-back. (Guardian)

Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool's manager, is aiming to spend the money from Sakho's sale on a new centre-back - either Burnley's Michael Keane, 24, or Southampton's Virgil van Dijk, 25. (Daily Mail)

Everton are considering a bid for Las Palmas centre-back Mauricio Lemos, 21, as part of a £75m summer outlay also involving Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, 27, plus Burnley defender Keane and striker Andre Gray, 25. (Daily Telegraph)

Ronald Koeman, the Everton manager, is also keen on West Ham's 24-year-old attacking midfielder Manuel Lanzini. (Daily Mirror)

Real Madrid and Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez, 25, has played his final game at the Bernabeu and is likely to join Manchester United. (AS)

Premier League champions Chelsea are also interested in Rodriguez, and Real Madrid want 75m euros (£63.8m) for him. (Marca)

Inter Milan want Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino to replace the sacked Stefano Pioli, and the Serie A club's representatives will be in London this week to discuss a deal worth £8.5m per year. (Sky Italia, via Sky Sports)

However, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte remains Inter's first choice, with Atletico Madrid's Diego Simeone, Roma's Luciano Spalletti and Napoli's Maurizio Sarri also on the shortlist. (Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)

The Times
Tuesday's Times back page features a story saying Manchester United's players are in line for a £38m bonus if they win the Europa League

Arsenal will sign Schalke left-back Sead Kolasinac, 23, on a free transfer when his contract expires on 30 June. (ESPN)

Manchester United's players are set to earn a total of £38m in bonuses if they beat Ajax to win the Europa League. (Times - subscription required)

Newcastle have activated a £6.2m option to buy Chelsea winger Christian Atsu, 25, after the Ghana international spent a season on loan with the Championship winners. (Sun)

Manchester City are stepping up their interest in AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, and are favourites to sign the 18-year-old this summer. (Daily Mail)

Wolves are set to sack manager Paul Lambert and are lining up former Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka as his replacement. (Express and Star)

Tuesday's Sun leads on Pep Guardiola's frank admission that clubs such as Barcelona and Bayern Munich would have sacked him this season
Tuesday's Sun leads on Pep Guardiola's frank admission that clubs such as Barcelona and Bayern Munich would have sacked him this season

Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini, 29, has held talks with Trabzonspor before he enters the final year of his contract at Old Trafford. (Takvim, via Daily Star)

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge, 27, is adamant he has a "good relationship" with Jurgen Klopp and has "no worries" about his Anfield future. (Daily Mirror)

Former Newcastle manager Alan Pardew could be in line to become manager of Sheffield Wednesday. The 55-year-old is fancied to take over at Hillsborough regardless of how Carlos Carvalhal's side get on in the Championship play-offs. (Daily Mail)

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has warned fans the club will not be spending heavily this summer. (Daily Express)

Southampton will offer forward Jay Rodriguez, 27, to promoted Newcastle, despite the former Burnley player having two years left on his contract. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Daily Star
Tuesday's Daily Star leads on a brewing row between Arsene Wenger and Pep Guardiola

Reports of a £26m Liverpool bid for Gremio striker Luan, 24, have been dismissed by the Brazilian club's president. (Liverpool Echo)

Galatasaray are lining up a bid for on-loan Middlesbrough striker Alvaro Negredo, 31, after the Spaniard returns to Valencia at the end of the season. (Milliyet, via Marca)

Chelsea captain John Terry, 36, missed the chance to move to China because of new rules limiting the number of foreign players sides can field, says Shanghai Shenhua boss - and former Blues midfielder - Gus Poyet. (Talksport)

Former Tottenham centre-back Ledley King says the club need to keep producing and developing local players when they move to their new stadium. (Evening Standard)

Bournemouth forward Joshua King, 25, appears set to stay despite being linked with moves to West Ham and Tottenham. (Daily Star)

Former Chelsea midfielder Oscar says he would be "delighted" if the club's striker Diego Costa joined him in the Chinese Super League. (CCTV-5 via Four Four Two)

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And finally

Manchester United offer the worst value for money in the Premier League in terms of points earned versus wage bill. (The Times - subscription required)

Benfica winger Eliseu found a novel way to celebrate his club's fourth straight title success - by driving a scooter around the dressing room. (Sun)

Crystal Palace players Wilfried Zaha and Jason Puncheon celebrated securing Premier League safety against Hull City by joining fans in the pub. (Daily Telegraph)

Coventry City won the FA Cup 30 years ago this week - and manager John Sillett has recalled how the players had no champagne to drink afterwards because it had been stored in the boot of their coach and was too warm. (Coventry Telegraph)

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