Gossip column: Alves, Anderson, De Bruyne, Sterling, Lloris
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Manchester United's hopes of signing Barcelona defender Dani Alves appear to be over after the 32-year-old admitted his "pleasure" in a reported offer from AC Milan. (Talksport)
United are set to try to outbid Chelsea for the signature of Lazio midfielder Felipe Anderson with the 22-year-old set to attract offers around £30m. (Daily Star)
Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris, 28, has told French TV show Telefoot that talk of him joining Manchester United is just people "getting ahead of themselves". (Evening Standard)
Manchester City are set to pay £40m to bring Wolfsburg midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, 23, back to the Premier League. The Belgium international previously played for Chelsea. (Daily Mirror)
City will make "an imminent" bid for Liverpool midfielder Raheem Sterling, 20, as they look to boost the "home-grown" quota of players in their Champions League squad for next season. (Manchester Evening News)
Tottenham are keen to sign Monaco striker Anthony Martial with the highly-rated 19-year-old likely to cost them £18.2m. (Daily Telegraph)
Steve McClaren will immediately discuss the need to make domestic signings at Newcastle United, after completing his expected appointment as manager this week. (Newcastle Chronicle)
Out-of-favour Arsenal striker Joel Campbell, 22, has been linked with a £6m move to Spain to join David Moyes' Real Sociedad.(Daily Mail)
Swansea have joined Crystal Palace and Southampton in the race to sign Chelsea striker Loic Remy, 28, who is keen for more starts than he managed in his debut season at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mirror)
One man who could be leaving Swansea is Leon Britton with the 32-year-old midfielder linked with a possible move to either Wolves or Burnley. (Western Mail)
West Brom will attempt to coax former Wolves goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey, 28, back to the Midlands from Crystal Palace as cover for first-choice Ben Foster. (Birmingham Mail)
Derby County are expected to make Aston Villa striker Darren Bent, 31, and Reading defender Alex Pearce, 26, the first two signings under new manager Paul Clement, both on free transfers. (Derby Telegraph)
West Ham have agreed a £4.3m fee for Sampdoria midfielder Pedro Obiang, although the 23-year-old has yet to agree terms. (Gianluca Di Marzio - Italian)
Barcelona striker Luis Suarez speaks of his disdain for spoilt players who "daddy bought everything for" in a behind-the-scenes look at the 28-year-old Uruguayan. (Daily Mail)
Best of social media
Celebrations, more celebrations and selfie sticks for Barcelona's players after their Champions League triumph in Berlin on Saturday. Midfielder Rafinha took things to a new level with a selfie out of the plane's cockpit window as the squad prepared to fly home.
Andres Iniesta, who helped provide Barca's opening goal against Juventus, posed in front of the club's treble of trophies as the team arrived in Catalonia and shared the moment on Instagram.
Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho was in the mood for giving fans a sneak preview of the France dressing room before their match against Belgium.
England's goalless draw against Republic of Ireland will not linger long in the memory. Doncaster Rovers have experience of keeping match highlights brief and put this offer out on Twitter to the FA to repeat a trick they performed against Fleetwood earlier this season.
During Barcelona's parade to celebrate their Champions League success, striker Neymar asked some supporters to get him a burger. They did, and threw it up on to the bus. (Metro)
John Terry may well have been glad he took early international retirement as the Chelsea captain enjoyed his end-of-season break with a spot of knee boarding in Greece. (Daily Mail)