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Manchester City want more than £20m for keeper Joe Hart, who is on loan at Torino, and will allow the 29-year-old to join one of their top-six rivals. (Times - subscription required)

Tottenham midfielder Moussa Sissoko, 27, could move to AC Milan in the summer, despite only joining Spurs five months ago for a club record £30m transfer fee. (Daily Mirror)

Spurs have joined Everton and Southampton in the race to sign Hull City defender Harry Maguire, 23. (Daily Star)

Arsenal plan to make a move for Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne after having the 25-year-old watched by scouts. (Sun)

Chelsea and Manchester City both want Monaco midfielder Thomas Lemar, 21. (L'Equipe, via Talksport)

Manchester City defender Nicolas Otamendi, 29, could be set for a move to Real Madrid. (AS)

Tottenham expect Schalke to make 22-year-old midfielder Nabil Bentaleb's loan move to Germany permanent for a £16m fee in the summer. (Evening Standard)

Arsenal striker Lucas Perez does not want to leave, despite reports the 28-year-old was unhappy at a lack of playing time. (Daily Star)

Fellow Gunners forward Olivier Giroud, 30, is a target for Marseille. (Goal France, via Metro)

Daily Star
Tuesday's Daily Star focuses on Arsenal's FA Cup win

Monaco midfielder Fabinho, 23, is open to a move to the Premier League with his father saying the family have a "soft spot" for Manchester City. (Daily Mail)

Southampton's Cedric Soares, 25, is among the right-backs being watched by Barcelona. (Daily Telegraph)

West Ham plan to increase their offer for Saint-Etienne defender Kevin Malcuit to £10m after having two bids for him rejected in January. (Sun)

Galatasaray's Portuguese winger Bruma wants to join Manchester United, but the 22-year-old former Real Sociedad loanee is also keen on a return to La Liga. (Turkish-Football.com, via Daily Express)

Tottenham want 16-year-old Fulham left-back Ryan Sessegnon. (Daily Mail)

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The back page of Tuesday's Daily Telegraph

Liverpool and Manchester United both want Bordeaux forward Malcom, 19, but the teenager is interested in a move to Sevilla. (Goal - in Brazilian)

Former West Brom manager Alan Irvine is one of the name's in the frame for the managerial vacancy at Rangers. (Daily Express)

Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim is interested in managing in the Premier League. (Daily Mirror)

West Ham are targeting Real Sociedad striker Willian Jose, 25, who has scored nine goals in 20 La Liga appearances this season. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Tottenham and Arsenal are both watching Toulouse defender Issa Diop, 20. (France Football - in French)

Hull City striker Abel Hernandez, 26, is a target for Chinese sides Beijing Guoan and Tianjin Quanjian. (Tutto Mercato - in Italian)

Leicester City and Crystal Palace are both interested in Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina, 23. (Gabon Review)

Channel 4 is exploring the possibility of buying one Champions League match per week in the auction for the rights of Europe's top competition. (Daily Telegraph)

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he does not know whether striker Wayne Rooney will be fit for the EFL Cup final. The 31-year-old has a muscle injury that will keep him out of Wednesday's Europa League match against Saint-Etienne. (Manchester United)

Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren, 27, has visited a specialist in Germany as he tries to overcome a knee injury. (Liverpool Echo)

Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen, 29, believes Spurs have enough depth to continue to challenge in the Premier league, FA Cup and Europa League. (Guardian)

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Former Barcelona and Valencia striker David Villa was sent off in a pre-season friendly between New York City and Houston Dynamo on Saturday - for punching an opposition player in the face. (Daily Mirror)

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