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Sunday, May 13 

3.15pm: Chelsea could hire Manchester United assistant boss Rui Faria as Antonio Conte’s successor, according to Don Balon.

Jose Mourinho’s long-term No 2 has announced he will be leaving Old Trafford at the end of the season and is looking to make the step up to management.

Faria has been linked with the managerial job at Arsenal but, according to Don Balon, Chelsea are also interested.

2.15pm: Everton are considering a move for Leeds left-back Tom Pearce, according to The Sun on Sunday.

1.20pm: Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone hopes to keep goalkeeper Jan Oblak at the club despite reports linking him with Arsenal and Liverpool.

Simeone said: “He is among the best goalkeepers in the world, hopefully we will have him with us next season and he will be happy to be here.”

12pm: Fulham have slapped a £100m price-tag on sought-after winger Ryan Sessegnon, according to a report in The Sun on Sunday.

The 17-year-old, who was recently named Championship Player of the Year, has attracted interest from Manchester United and Tottenham this summer.

11.15am: Manchester City are looking to strengthen their options on the flanks this summer.

The Sunday Mirror claim the Premier League champions are closing in on a £50m move for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.

While the Sun on Sunday report they are confident of finally landing Riyad Mahrez for £65m following their failed efforts in January.

10.15am: PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is confident of keeping Neymar at the Ligue 1 champions this summer.

He said: "For me, for Neymar, I am 2,000 per cent sure he will stay. He wants to stay here, he has a contract.

"The Spanish media have been talking since October. He is not happy, this, that... All that is wrong.

“I don't respond to rumours. I'm sure he'll stay, he's a Paris St-Germain player."

9.05am: Stoke midfielder Joe Allen could leave the recently relegated side the summer for £25m, according to the Sunday Telegraph.

They claim the Welshman’s contract includes a claude that allows one of the Premier League’s top-six clubs to sign him for that price.

That includes Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea, but not his former club Liverpool who sold him to the Potters for £13m in 2016.

8.30am: Arsenal are reportedly considering Manchester City coach Mikel Arteta and New York City boss Patrick Vieira as their next manager.

That is according to BBC Sport journalist David Ornstein, who claims the former Arsenal captains are two of a number of options to have already been contacted by the Gunners.


7.20am: Paris St-Germain will attempt to make Paul Pogba their marquee signing this summer if they lose Neymar to Real Madrid.

Champions League finalists Real Madrid are attempting to pull off a sensational, world-record deal at £250m for former Barcelona superstar Neymar.

If they succeed, PSG will then target Manchester United midfielder Pogba at £100m.

The Paris club are already committed to making their loan deal for Monaco's Kylian Mbappe, 19, a permanent transfer at £165m.

And with Financial Fair Play rules in mind, PSG will look to sell Neymar to fund the double move. 

6.30am: A round-up of today’s biggest transfer stories

- Alvaro Morata could be heading for a swift Chelsea exit. Starsport understands former club Juventus are weighing up a swoop for the Spaniard.

- Real Madrid considered offering Liverpool £96m for incoming midfielder Naby Keita, according to Bleacher Report.

- Wayne Rooney is said to have said his goodbyes to Everton players and staff as he edges closer to a move to MLS side DC United.

- John Terry has revealed he will stay at Aston Villa for another year if they gain promotion to the Premier League, even if it means having to play former club Chelsea.

- Arsenal are set to table a bid for Benfica winger Andrija Zivkovic once the summer transfer window opens, according to Sport Witness.

- Manchester City remain interested in signing Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez this summer after their failed bid in January.

- Barcelona are confident of keeping tying Samuel Umtiti down to a new deal despite interest from Manchester United, according to Mundo Deportivo.

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