Gossip column: Mandzukic, Obiang, Remy, Ince, Klopp

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Manchester United want Atletico Madrid striker Mario Mandzukic, 29, a year after he joined the Spanish club from Bayern Munich for £18.5m. (Sun - subscription)

United could also move for Paris St-Germain right-back Gregory van der Wiel, 27, after Barcelona's Brazil international Dani Alves, 32, decided to stay at the Nou Camp. (Mail)

Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal is also considering a move for Southampton full-back Nathaniel Clyne, 24. (Express)

The Sun links Mario Mandzukic with Manchester United

New West Ham boss Slaven Bilic will be given the funds to bring in Chelsea striker Loic Remy, 28, and Barcelona midfielder Alen Halilovic, 18. (Guardian)

The Hammers' first signing under Bilic will be Spanish midfielder Pedro Obiang, 23, from Sampdoria for £4.4m. (Mail)

New Derby County boss Paul Clement wants to sign £6m-rated Hull City forward Tom Ince, 23. (Mirror)

Midfielder James McCarthy, 24, has not told Everton he wants to leave despite reports suggesting he wants a move.(Liverpool Echo)

Everton boss Roberto Martinez is looking to sign Crystal Palace defender Scott Dann, 28.(Independent)

Paris St-Germain's France midfielder Yohan Cabaye, 29, would consider joining Alan Pardew - his former boss at Newcastle - at Crystal Palace.(Le Parisien- in French)

Wales defender James Chester, 26, is happy to stay at Hull City despite their relegation from the Premier League. (Hull Daily Mail)

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino wants Stuttgart striker Timo Werner, 19, as he looks to overhaul his attack. (Mirror)

The Guardian focuses on new West Ham boss Slaven Bilic's transfer plans

Jurgen Klopp's agent says the former Borussia Dortmund coach, who is taking a break from football but was previously linked with Liverpool, would be open to a move to a Premier League club.(Spox via Liverpool Echo)

Tottenham's Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 23, has no desire to leave the club and feels "right at home" at White Hart Lane.(London Evening Standard)

Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo, 29, will sign for Valencia on a permanent deal after completing his loan spell but could be immediately sold by the Spanish club.(Manchester Evening News)

Former Manchester United midfielder Nicky Butt is favourite to take over the club's academy team following Brian McClair's departure to the Scottish Football Association.(Telegraph)

Manchester City want to start the Premier League season away from home so they have time to add 6,000 more seats to Etihad Stadium.(Mirror)

Best of social media

Liverpool striker Fabio Borini, 24, is evidently enjoying the early days of married life. "Going on our honeymoon while I still think of this beautiful moment!! @erin_borini #efborini #forever #perfectwedding," the Italian posted on Instagram.

Former Newcastle, Manchester United and England striker Andy Cole said on Kicca that Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford, 21, needs to leave Stamford Bridge to fulfil his potential.

Manchester City's France full-back Bacary Sagna, 32, hailed his country's 1-0 victory over England in the Women's World Cup in Canada. He tweeted: "Bravo premier match, premiere victoire de @equipedefrance!" Which means: "Congratulations first game, first win for team France!"

New Liverpool striker Danny Ings posted a tweet thanking Burnley supporters for their backing over the past four years.

Danny Ings

And finally

American actor Chris Pratt has told former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard to look him up when he gets to LA Galaxy - and not to forget the sun block. He said: "Once you get there you're going to see a ball of fire in the sky. Do not be alarmed. It's called the sun." (Match of the Day magazine)

England striker Charlie Austin leaving QPR is the most likely transfer of the summer window, according to a group of Swiss academics who have created a computer programme to analyse the variables. It says QPR should charge between £7.5m and £9m for their leading scorer, 25. (City AM)

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