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Bayern Munich are prepared to pay £55m for Arsenal's 28-year-old forward Alexis Sanchez, who is also a target for Chelsea, Juventus Manchester City and Paris St-Germain. (Sunday Telegraph)

Arsenal are willing to pay £85m for Monaco striker Kylian Mbappe, 18, and offer him the incentive that he will play regular first-team football. (Mail on Sunday)

And Mbappe is set to reject a big-money move to Manchester United because he does not like how Jose Mourinho's team plays. (L'Equipe, in French, subscription required)

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Manchester City have made a £50m bid to sign Juventus left-back Alex Sandro, 26.(Sunday Mirror)

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has told the club's owners to prioritise bringing back Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, 23, this summer. (Mail on Sunday)

Conte, whose side are close to winning the Premier League title, is wanted to replace Luis Enrique as Barcelona boss. (Sunday Express)

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho aims to make a £55m bid to sign Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero, 28. (Sun on Sunday)

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, 33, will be offered a new contract worth £100,000 per week, compared to his current £230,000-a-week salary. (Daily Star Sunday)

Chelsea are ready to make a £20m move for 22-year-old Italian midfielder Domenico Berardi from Sassuolo.(Sunday Mirror)

Stoke City are set to try to sign Chelsea captain John Terry, 36, in the summer, although they face competition from teams in America's Major League Soccer as well as the Chinese Super League. (Sun on Sunday)

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic, 48, is wanted by Turkish side Fenerbahce to replace ex-Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat. (Sunday Express)

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea, 26, is set to move to Real Madrid with United looking to replace him with Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak, 24. (Don Balon, in Spanish)

Rafael Benitez is set to remain as Newcastle United manager after getting assurances from owner Mike Ashley that he will be able to spend £70m on players in the summer. (Sunday Telegraph)

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Manchester City are monitoring Schalke left-back Sead Kolasinac. The 23-year-old will be available on a free transfer, but City are yet to make an offer. (Manchester Evening News)

Liverpool should try to sign three more Southampton players, according to former Reds captain Phil Thompson. The Reds are interested in centre-half Virgil van Dijk, 25, left-back Ryan Bertrand, 27, and central midfielder Oriol Romeu, 25. (Liverpool Echo)

Reds midfielder Emre Can, 23, has 13 months left on his contract with the club and, when asked about extending his deal, would only go so far as to say "I have still a contract here and I am very happy". (Times - subscription required)

Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris, 30, says Premier League leaders Chelsea are a "machine" and the fact that the Blues have not been in Europe has made it "a little easier for them". (Times - subscription required)

Tottenham should look to re-sign former players Jermain Defoe, 34, and Michael Carrick, 35, to add more experience to their squad, says former Spurs forward Clive Allen. (Talksport)

Everton full-back Seamus Coleman, 28, who is not expected to play again in 2017 after breaking his leg, is still going to meet up with his Republic of Ireland team-mates to offer his support before their World Cup qualifier against Austria on 11 June. (Liverpool Echo)

Former Blackburn defender Colin Hendry says Rovers' game against Brentford on Sunday is the biggest in the club's history since they won the Premier League title in 1995. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Evangelos Marinakis will complete his takeover of Nottingham Forest even if the club are relegated to League One. (Sunday Telegraph)

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And finally

Major League Soccer side Los Angeles Galaxy want to stage an X Factor-style television show in a bid to unearth talented British players to join them. (Mail on Sunday)

Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic promised to buy West Ham manager Slaven Bilic dinner in a restaurant if the Hammers beat Chelsea's title rivals Tottenham on Friday evening - which they did. (Evening Standard)

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