Gossip column: Bolasie, Marqhuinos, Redmond, Ben Arfa, Kouyate, Colback
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Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie, 26, and Watford midfielder Troy Deeney, 27, are wanted by Leicester in a £40m double deal. (Sun on Sunday)
Arsenal will make a £30m move for Liverpool and England striker Daniel Sturridge, 26, when the summer transfer window opens. (Sunday Express)
Antonio Conte wants to bring Southampton forward Graziano Pelle to Chelsea and will consider an £8m move for the 30-year-old Italian. (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal target Marqhuinos, 21, is frustrated with a lack of first-team opportunities at Paris St-Germain and the defender will ask to leave when he holds talks with the club's board after the French Cup final with Marseille on 21 May. (Mundo Deportivo via Sunday Express)
Stoke are lining up a bid for Norwich winger Nathan Redmond, 22, as a cheaper alternative to 22-year-old West Brom forward Saido Berahino. (Sunday Mirror)
Former Newcastle forward Hatem Ben Arfa, 29, is set for a move to Barcelona, just a year after joining French club Nice following his release by the Magpies. (Sport via Mail on Sunday)
Chelsea could make a rival bid for Ben Arfa, while midfielder Oscar, 24, is in talks over a summer move to Italian champions Juventus. (La Stampa via Daily Star Sunday)
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew will sign a new contract after the south London club secured their Premier League status with a 2-1 victory over Stoke. (London Evening Standard)
Stoke City have signed a 'strategic partnership' with MLS franchise Orlando City. (Sky Sports)
Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny believes Chelsea midfield target and Roma team-mate Radja Nainggolan, 28, is more than capable of playing in the Premier League. (FourFourTwo)
Manchester United defender Matteo Damian, 26, could miss the FA Cup final after suffering a leg injury against Norwich City on Saturday. (Manchester Evening News)
Tottenham wanted to sign midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate, 26, until West Ham told them it would involve a swap deal with striker Harry Kane, 22, according to Hammers co-chairman David Sullivan. (London Evening Standard)
Newcastle midfielder Jack Colback, 26, faces a Football Association investigation over allegedly breaking betting rules. (Sun on Sunday)
Manuel Pellegrini hopes to find another job in the Premier League when he leaves Manchester City at the end of the season. (Observer)
Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric says former club Tottenham's progress this season will benefit England at Euro 2016. (Mail on Sunday)
England manager Roy Hodgson intends to speak to 20-year-old Spurs midfielder Dele Alli, suspended for the final three games of the Premier League season, about his tendency to retaliate. (Sunday Mirror)
Hodgson will select 24-year-old Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere in his 23-man England squad for the tournament in France. (Sunday Telegraph)
Liverpool midfielder Jordan Rossiter is in talks over a move to Rangers, with the 19-year-old's Anfield contract set to expire this summer. (Mail on Sunday)
Best of social media
Former Tottenham striker-turned-pundit Mido has honoured a promise and shaved his head after Leicester won the title. He tweeted: "All done".
Current Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld posted a 'selfie' after being voted the supporters' player of the year. He tweeted: "So proud to be the supporters' club player of the season! Thank you to all the fans and my team-mates."
Harry Kane took to Twitter to praise Indian batsman Virat Kohli's unbeaten 108 off 58 balls as his Royal Challengers Bangalore chased down 192 to beat Rising Pune Supergiants in the Indian Premier League. Kane wrote: "What a win @RCBTweets ! Take a bow @imVkohli ! Special performance!"
Defender Ritchie De Laet, 27, posted an image on Twitter proudly wearing the two league medals he has won this season. There is the runners-up medal for winning promotion from the Championship with Middlesbrough, where he has been on loan, and also a Premier League winners' medal from his parent club Leicester City. "Not a bad day," he wrote.
The Foxes squad may have become the unlikeliest of Premier League champions, but it was the club's head groundsman who took the plaudits before their trophy presentation at the King Power Stadium on Saturday. (Sunday Mirror)
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