All the best football rumours from Tuesday's newspapers.
Everton are eyeing LaLiga pair Cedric Bakambu and Willian Jose as potential replacements for Romelu Lukaku should the striker leave this summer.
Antoine Griezmann, who has been heavily linked with Manchester United, has confirmed he will not be leaving Atletico Madrid this summer.
Alexandre Lacazette and Kylian Mbappe top Arsenal’s transfer target list.
Arsene Wenger is determined to stay on and rebuild Arsenal despite the prospect of losing Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil.
Jose Mourinho claims Manchester United can no longer buy the best Premier League players.
Thibaut Courtois believes Chelsea 'will do whatever' to keep Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge long-term.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho plans to sit down with Marcos Rojo at the end of the season to thrash out a contract extension.
Liverpool have reportedly joined the race for Burnley defender Michael Keane.
Tottenham are weighing up a move for AC Milan’s former Liverpool midfielder Suso.
Watford are closing in on a permanent move for Everton midfielder Tom Cleverley.
Arsene Wenger is preparing for a summer overhaul of his failing Arsenal squad in a defiant attempt to end his historic tenure at the club on a high.
Wayne Rooney did not attend a meeting of England players yesterday in which manager Gareth Southgate laid out his ambitious vision of eventually turning them into world champions.
Bacary Sagna has launched a passionate defence of Arsène Wenger and claimed the Arsenal manager is "an institution".
Jurgen Klopp, the Liverpool manager, says he is surprised Chris Coleman failed to consult him over the Wales call-up of teenager Ben Woodburn.
Manchester City are close to confirming a deal with a team in Uruguay as the next stage in City Football Group's global expansion.
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