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Arsenal's hierarchy could come to a compromise over manager Arsene Wenger's future by making him the club's first director of football. (Daily Express)

There will be a major overhaul of the Gunners' squad this summer even if 67-year-old Frenchman Wenger does not leave, with as many as nine players likely to be sold. (Daily Mail)

The Gunners are planning a bid for Everton's 27-year-old Senegal midfielder Idrissa Gueye. (Mirror)

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Barcelona forward Neymar, 25, has a release clause of £170m in his contract and the Brazil international is considering approaches from Chelsea and Manchester United. (Times - subscription required)

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is close to agreeing a lucrative new deal with the Premier League leaders, despite having only joined the club last summer. (Daily Express)

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is ready to enter the race to sign Burnley defender Michael Keane, 24, who impressed on his England debut during the international break. (Sun)

West Ham want to sign Jack Wilshere from Arsenal in the summer and are willing to spend £30m on the 25-year-old England midfielder. (Sun)

Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City are all interested in signing AC Milan's 18-year-old Italy Under-21 goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma. (Mirror)

West Ham, West Brom and Everton are all interested in signing Manchester City's Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Bony, 28, who has scored just three times in a loan spell at Stoke. (Sun)

Referee Anthony Taylor does not believe going on his stag do prior to officiating a top-flight match contributed to a "terrible" decision in giving Burnley a penalty against Swansea. (Telegraph)

West Brom have offered captain Darren Fletcher, 33, a new two-year contract. (Daily Mail)

West Ham have been linked with Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez but he is set to stay with the Magpies, who are closing in on promotion back to the Premier League, next season.(Times -subscription required)

Hammers boss Slaven Bilic says he is not "worried" about speculation regarding his position after his side's loss to Hull City left them six points above the Premier League relegation zone.(Observer)

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And finally

The Bundesliga's red pitches, Jose Mourinho's tattoo of Paul Pogba and Barnet's sponsorship deal with a shampoo company were all football pranks played on April Fool's Day. (Daily Star)

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