Football gossip: Zaha, Neymar, Weah, Milenkovic

Football gossip

Crystal Palace and Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Zaha, 26, has been offered £11m a year to move to Chinese side Dalian Yifang next month. (Mail)external-link

Brazil forward Neymar is desperate to return to Barcelona from Paris St-Germain - with the 26-year-old's staff making "constant calls" to his former club. (AS via Mirror)external-link

Real Valladolid's 23-year-old Spanish defender Fernando Calero, who is being tipped to join Arsenal, has revealed on social media that he is in London. (Sun)external-link

Timothy Weah, the son of George, is set to join Celtic on loan after the 18-year-old United States forward said he would leave Paris St-Germain for the next six months. (ESPN)external-link

Manchester United are in talks with the agent of one of former manager Jose Mourinho's top transfer targets, Fiorentina's 21-year-old Serbia defender Nikola Milenkovic, and are still keen to bring him to Old Trafford. (La Repubblica via Express)external-link

Interim United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will earn a £2m bonus if the team qualifies for next season's Champions League. (Star)external-link

Inter Milan midfielder Radja Nainggolan wants a return to his former side Roma, with the 30-year-old Belgian claiming he is in a "slaughterhouse". (Calcio Mercato)external-link

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 26 is not distracted by uncertainty surrounding his future with only 18 months remaining on his contract. (Sun)external-link

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri says he will have one on one talks with "four or five" of his players to try to solve his side's dip in form. (Express)external-link

Everton boss Marco Silva refused to point the finger at goalkeeper Jordan Pickford following the 24-year-old England international's in the 6-2 home defeat by Spurs. (Liverpool Echo)external-link

American defender DeAndre Yedlin, 25, admits he has to rediscover his best form if he wants to regain his Newcastle United starting place. (Chronicle)external-link

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