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Tottenham may make an audacious £20m bid for Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke, who has a £32.5m buy-out clause in his contract and is wanted by Liverpool and Chelsea. (The Sun - subscription required)
Real Madrid are keen to sell 27-year-old striker Karim Benzema to Manchester United in a bid to speed up the signing of goalkeeper David De Gea, 24.(AS English)
Manchester City could turn to Bayer Leverkusen's 26-year-old Germany international midfielder Lars Bender if their pursuit of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, 22, is not successful. (Mirror)
Manchester United are to join the race to sign out-of-favour Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, 33, as they look to replace the seemingly Real Madrid-bound De Gea. (Talksport)
Cech's fellow Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 23, admits it is a shame to see the Czech Republic international spend so much time on the bench at Stamford Bridge. (London Evening Standard)
Manchester United are preparing to make a £50m bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane, 21, with Louis van Gaal set to offer Javier Hernandez, Nani and Adnan Januzaj as part of the deal. (Goal.com)
Liverpool are closing in on their second summer signing after reportedly agreeing terms with Inter Milan for 21-year-old midfielder Mateo Kovacic. (Daily Star)
Manchester United's Javier Hernandez wants to return to Real Madrid where he spent last season on loan. The 27-year-old striker has praised new Real manager Rafa Benitez. (Daily Mail)
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley leave the Newcastle board as part of a reshuffle after Steve McClaren is appointed as the new manager, but will not relinquish any power and plans to oversee a £60m spending spree. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has described coaches who refuse to adopt some of the counter-attacking tactics that helped his team win the Premier League as "stupid". (Sunday Times - subscription required)
England captain Wayne Rooney, who has Irish grandparents, says he was approached aged 16 by former Everton team-mate Lee Carsley on behalf of then Republic boss Mick McCarthy to play for Ireland and has urged Aston Villa's Jack Grealish, 19, - who faces a similar choice - to pick England.(Sunday Telegraph)
Arsenal forward Theo Walcott, 26, says his year-long injury came "at a great time" as it allowed him to enjoy being with his baby son Finlay.(Daily Mail)
Midfielder Eden Hazard says he would be delighted if fellow Belgium international Christian Benteke, 25, was to join him at Premier League champions Chelsea next season. (Sky Sports)
Arsenal appear set to make a £25.7m bid for Colombia striker Jackson Martinez after Porto rejected a bid for the 28-year-old from Atletico Madrid.(Metro)
Newcastle are nearing an agreement for Steve McClaren to take charge as manager and are set to launch a bid for QPR striker Charlie Austin, 25.(Newcastle Chronicle)
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew looks set to make a double bid for two of his former Newcastle United players, France midfielder Yohan Cabaye, 29, and his international team-mate striker Loic Remy, 28.(Daily Express)
Fifa could be called in to intervene in a dispute between Sunderland and Inter Milan over the permanent signing of winger Ricky Alvarez, 27, with the Serie A club claiming the Black Cats owe them £7.5m for the Argentine.(Daily Mirror)
Atletico Madrid are set to pay Southampton £1.5m to activate a buy-back clause for defender Toby Alderweireld, 26, after the Belgium international spent the season on loan at St Mary's last year.(Southern Daily Echo)
Newly-promoted Norwich City are thought to be interested in Hull winger Robbie Brady, 23.(Hull Daily Mail)
Norwich are also set to bolster their midfield options with a £7m bid for Crystal Palace's Scotland international James McArthur, 27.(Daily Star)
Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka is making Blackburn striker Jordan Rhodes, 25, his number one target as he looks to replace Chelsea loanee Patrick Bamford.(Daily Mail)
Brighton boss Chris Hughton has funds available for players this summer but has vowed to buy only "value for money" players. (The Argus)
Best of social media
The escalator from the changing room to the pitch at Berlin's Olympic Stadium caused some amusement on Twitter before the Champions League final as Juventus defender Stephan Lichtsteiner took the casual approach compared to his team-mates before kick-off.
Barcelona defender Dani Alves showed an inventive way to get down the same escalator as he went out for the warm-up.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany was among those handing out the early tributes to Barcelona on the 3-1 victory, tweeting: "They were better then us when they beat us. We knew they were better then everybody else too. They've raised the bar again. Congrats Barca."
Southampton paid their own tribute to Barcelona and boss Ronald Koeman by posting a Vine of his thundering free-kick which gave the Catalans their first-ever European Cup win in 1992.
The man, the myth, the ego - Paris St-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic - showed how little interest he had in a Champions League final without him by choosing to share pictures of his walk up in the mountains away from any television screens. (Daily Mirror)