Football gossip: Hudson-Odoi, Sancho, Rashford, Maguire, Chilwell, De Gea

Football gossip

Chelsea could listen to offers in excess of £43m for 18-year-old England winger Callum Hudson-Odoi. (Sport Bild, via Metro)

Hudson-Odoi wants to leave Chelsea at the earliest opportunity, with Barcelona and Manchester United joining Bayern Munich in wanting to sign him. (Mail)

Borussia Dortmund have no plans to sell 19-year-old England winger Jadon Sancho, who has been linked with Manchester United. (Mirror)

Sancho and West Ham and England midfielder Declan Rice, 20, are top of Manchester United's list of summer transfer targets, along with 21-year-old Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka. (Sun)

Barcelona are keen to offer Manchester United Philippe Coutinho, 26, or Malcom, 22, as part of a deal to bring England striker Marcus Rashford, 21, to the Nou Camp. (Mundo Deportivo, via Mail)

Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden, 18, is expected to turn down offers of a move to Germany in order to earn a regular starting spot in manager Pep Guardiola's team. (Mail)

Leicester City are adamant that Manchester United target Harry Maguire, 26, and fellow England defender Ben Chilwell, 22, who has been linked with Manchester City, will not be sold. (Mirror)

Manchester United's qualification for next season's Champions League could prove critical in contract negotiations with 28-year-old Spain goalkeeper David de Gea. (Manchester Evening News)

Manchester United have no intention of selling 30-year-old Alexis Sanchez, their highest-earning player, despite indifferent form and reports of a destabilising effect on negotiations with De Gea's new deal. (London Evening Standard)

Manchester United believe 29-year-old Spain midfielder Ander Herrera, who is out of contract at the end of the season, will sign a new deal despite interest from Arsenal and Paris St-Germain.(Metro)

Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren has emerged as a summer target for Roma, Napoli and AC Milan. (Mirror)

Manchester City are among the clubs monitoring Swansea's 21-year-old Wales winger Dan James. (Sun)

Liverpool's 22-year-old Serbia midfielder Marko Grujic, who is on loan for the season at Hertha Berlin, wants to stay at the German club for another year. (Liverpool Echo)

Paraguay forward Sergio Diaz, 21, will remain with Real Madrid after Brazilian club Corinthians, where he has been on loan this season, decided against using their option to buy. (Marca)

Liverpool are likely to ask for more than £12m from Rangers this summer for 22-year-old winger Ryan Kent, who is on loan at Ibrox this season. (Liverpool Echo)

Leicester are among a host of European clubs monitoring Chelsea's 18-year-old Dutch forward Daishawn Redan. (Bild, via Leicester Mercury)

Wolves, Brighton and Norwich are interested in Leyton Orient's 20-year-old defender Dan Happe. (Sun)

QPR have not ruled out the prospect of moving into the Linford Christie Stadium, the athletics venue a mile from their current Loftus Road home, as tenants. (London Evening Standard)

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers is planning contract talks with 32-year-old full-back Christian Fuchs, who had revealed plans to leave the club and move to America in the summer. (Leicester Mercury)

Nottingham Forest midfielder Claudio Yacob, 31, has been linked with Olympiacos. (Nottingham Post)

A planned protest inside Craven Cottage over Fulham ticket prices has been thwarted after the 'Stop the Greed' campaign group were told their banners could not be brought into the ground. (Football.London)

Brighton boss Chris Hughton has called for "proper" punishment for Montenegro after England players were racially abused this week. (Argus)

Former Newcastle defender Davide Santon, 28, who is now with Roma, says the Magpies will always be in his heart, and that manager Rafael Benitez can lead them to the next level. (Chronicle)

Former Brighton striker Gordon Smith is introducing stem cell treatment to English football clubs to help players recover from injuries and prolong their careers. (Argus)

Leading Premier League clubs are to receive up to £75m more than lower-placed rivals as part of new overseas broadcasting deal. (Telegraph)

Premier League clubs want Fifa to alter transfer regulations to allow them to offer longer contracts to players under the age of 18 because of concerns over their young stars leaving for foreign clubs. (Times - subscription required)

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