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Ronaldo wants Guedes as Bale replacement


Cristiano Ronaldo has selected Valencia star Goncalo Guedes as a summer replacement for Gareth Bale at Real Madrid, according to Don Balon.

Bale is reportedly going to be sold by the Liga giants in the summer having fallen down the pecking order under Zinedine Zidane in an injury-hit season.

And now Ronaldo has put forward the name of Guedes, urging Madrid to beat PSG to his signature, with the Ligue 1 champions having apparently tabled a €40 million offer.


Mourinho rules out De Gea exit


Jose Mourinho has revealed that he has no plans to allow David de Gea to leave Manchester United in the summer.

De Gea has consistently been linked with a move to Real Madrid, with reports having suggested that the Spaniard may finally make the move back to La Liga at the end of the season.

It appears Mourinho will repel any attempt from Madrid to sign the player, however, replying "no chance" when asked if De Gea could leave United.

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Luis Enrique wants £200m Arsenal budget


Luis Enrique wants £200 million to spend on transfers at Arsenal if he is to take over as manager this summer,  The Sun   claims.

The former Barcelona boss is one of the favourites to replace Arsene Wenger at the helm and is said to want a big overhaul of the squad.

Only strikers Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette would be safe from the chop, with Radja Nainggolan one of the players Luis Enrique wants to bring in.


Inter closing in on Asamoah


Juventus winger Kwadwo Asamoah is ready to move to Inter in the summer,  Goal  can reveal.

The 29-year-old is out of contract in the summer and will leave the Turin giants, with a switch to the Nerazzurri on the cards.

AC Milan are also interested in the 29-year-old, but their neighbours are ready to offer the Ghana international a financial package that they are not willing to match.

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Barca fear Griezmann price will go up 


Barcelona are worried they will have to pay much more than expected to sign Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid,  Sport  says.

The Catalan side are ahead of Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United in line to sign him and were expected to trigger his €100 million release clause this summer.

However, a clause in his contract means the value may rise to €140m and he is hoping to arrange his next move before the World Cup.


Man Utd want Cedric


Manchester United have made Southampton's Cedric Soares one of their top transfer targets, according to the  Manchester Evening News .

The Red Devils want to invest in full-backs and see Cedric as a good option to challenge the ageing Antonio Valencia at right-back.


Conte uncertainty not stopping Chelsea deals


Chelsea will continue with their transfer plans despite not knowing if Antonio Conte will be in charge next season,  The Mirror  says.

The Blues may have to find a new coach as Conte's future has come into question amid a disastrous campaign.

However, the Blues will not let that stop them from investing in the squad and are planning on starting with a £30 million move for Jean Michael Seri from Nice.


Spurs to axe four to raise £170m 


Tottenham Hotspur will allow Toby Alderweireld, Danny Rose, Mousa Dembele and Victor Wanyama to leave the club as they look to raise funds, says  The Daily Mail .

The London side want to raise around £170 million and are confident of getting £50m for Alderweireld, Rose and Wanyama to give Mauricio Pochettino a hefty budget as they look to improve their chances of winning silverware next term.


Pereira considers Man Utd exit


Manchester United winger Andreas Pereira will leave the club permanently if he is not promised playing time next season,  The Telegraph  reports.

The 22-year-old has been a regular while on loan at Valencia and does not want to be sent out on loan again.

His contract expires in June 2019, but Juventus are one of many clubs said to be interested in him, so he could be on the move this year. 


West Ham join Premier League clubs chasing Evans


West Ham United have joined a host of Premier League clubs eyeing a summer move for Jonny Evans, according to  The Mirror .

Crystal Palace, Newcastle, Leicester, Everton are already trailing the West Brom defender, who was wanted by Manchester City and Arsenal a few months ago.

With West Brom on the way down, Evans could be available for £3 million, and there will likely be a few options for him.


Watford want to keep Deulofeu


Watford are ready to enter talks with Gerard Deulofeu and Barcelona to keep the winger on a permanent basis, according to  Mundo Deportivo .

Since joining on loan in January the Spain international has mustered just four appearances for Watford due to injury, but the London side are convinced they want to hold on to him.

However, they will have to persuade Deulofeu to stay and make an offer to free him from Barcelona a year before his contract expires.


Man Utd beat Chelsea to teenager


Manchester United have convinced 15-year-old midfielder Martin Svidersky to reject Liverpool and Chelsea for a move to Old Trafford,  The Daily Mail   reports.

The Slovakian has agreed to a three-year deal with United despite having trials at Manchester City, West Ham and Celtic as well as interest from Liverpool and Chelsea.


Digne offered to Juventus


Inter and Juventus could be set to sign Lucas Digne from Barcelona after they were offered the defender,  Calciomercato   writes.

Digne has struggled for playing time since arriving at Camp Nou from Paris Saint-Germain and is looking for a way out.

Although Inter do not see him as a top candidate, Juventus are said to be considering the move.

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Rangers want Gerrard


Rangers want Steven Gerrard as their new manager and will offer the Liverpool legend the job.

The former midfielder has had talks with the Scottish side and could leave his role at Liverpool Under 18s to get his first taste of senior management.

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