Gossip column: Di Maria, Smalling, Cech, Alderweireld, Naismith
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Angel Di Maria's Manchester United future is in doubt after manager Van Gaal criticised the way the 27-year-old midfielder played in Sunday's 2-1 Premier League win at Liverpool.(Manchester Evening News)
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is ready to make a £12m move for Manchester United and England defender Chris Smalling, 25, whom he first tried to buy in 2010.(Daily Mirror)
Southampton defender Toby Alderweireld, 26, who is on loan from Atletico Madrid, has hinted at a move to Tottenham this summer by admitting he would like to play with former Ajax team-mate Jan Vertonghen again.(Daily Telegraph)
Scouts from Chelsea watched Lazio forward Felipe Anderson, 21, who is under contract until 2020, score both goals in the recent 2-0 win at Torino.(London Evening Standard)
Chelsea want £10m for goalkeeper Petr Cech, 32, who is thought to be looking for a move this summer after losing his first-team place to Thibaut Courtois, 22.(Daily Mirror)
Everton's Scotland international forward Steven Naismith, 28, has refused to rule out a return to Rangers.(Liverpool Echo)
Manchester United's hopes of signing Porto full-back Danilo, 23, have been boosted after he denied any knowledge of an impending move to Real Madrid. (Metro)
England manager Roy Hodgson has criticised photographers after pictures emerged of a suspected team line-up which suggests he plans to start Harry Kane in Friday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania. (Talksport)
Lithuania's former Hearts defender Saulius Mikoliunas, 30, is not scared of facing England in Friday's Euro 2016 qualifier, having been caught up in an international crisis when Russia invaded Crimea. (Sun - subscription required)
England are capable of winning the 2022 World Cup if more homegrown players are given a chance in the Premier League, Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says. (Guardian)
Arsenal will ask record signing Mesut Ozil, 26, to explain his actions after he was pictured in a Berlin nightclub hours after being declared unfit to play, but insist the midfielder was free to go out on a night off. (London Evening Standard)
Former QPR manager Harry Redknapp says attacker Raheem Sterling, 20, is lucky to play for Liverpool and should sign a new contract.(Talksport)
Sterling will be allowed to miss England's friendly in Italy on Tuesday because he is suffering a toe injury. (Times - subscription required)
Former Tottenham midfielder Micky Hazard says the club deserve credit for showing patience with 23-year-old midfielder Ryan Mason, who has won his first England call-up. (Daily Star)
Former Newcastle striker Mick Quinn has criticised manager John Carver's attack on unnamed ex-Magpies players in the press. (Newcastle Chronicle)
Aston Villa defender Leandro Bacuna, 23, reckons a jovial training ground since the arrival of new boss Tim Sherwood has helped lift the club away from the bottom three.(Birmingham Mail)
Great Britain will not send a women's team to the 2016 Olympics in Rio, because of opposition from the Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish FAs. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea Ladies coach Emma Hayes says the disappointment of losing the Women's Super League title to Liverpool on the final day of last season is pushing her to win it this year. (Independent)
BEST OF SOCIAL MEDIA
Liverpool defender Jose Enrique, 29, found an unusual alternative to gym work, swimming with dolphins in Dubai, and he tweeted:"Amazing experience. One of the best things ever."
Midfielder Nabil Bentaleb acknowledged Tottenham team-mate Ryan Mason's England call and said:"Congrats to Ryan Mason on the call-up, you truly deserved it. #HardWorkAlwaysPaysOff."
England captain Wayne Rooney on Instagram:"Good to be back with the England squad and nice to pick up the Player of the Year award this morning, thanks again to everybody that voted."
Manchester United winger Ashley Young was informed on Twitter he had accidentally broken a Manchester City fan's phone when taking a selfie with them, and responded by offering to pay for a repair.(Metro)
Google is investigating how an abusive message was pinned to its map of Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium.(Manchester Evening News)
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is to be handed an award from the Dutch Judo Association.(Inside Futbol)