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Madrid prepare irresistible offer for Pochettino
Real Madrid will spare no expense in their bid to lure Mauricio Pochettino away from Tottenham, according to the Independent.
The Champions League winners were rocked on Thursday by news that Zinedine Zidane was stepping down from his job after less than three years.
But attentions have already turned to Pochettino, despite the fact that the Argentine signed a new five-year deal with Spurs just a week ago.
C helsea line up Alisson as Courtois replacement
Roma keeper Alisson is Chelsea's top target this summer should Thibaut Courtois leave the club, claims the Daily Mail.
Courtois is keen to move back to Madrid, which would mean a move to Real after the World Cup.
And the Brazilian is coveted by those in charge at Stamford Bridge, who would have to pay up to Â£60 million (â¬68m/$80m) to land the star.
Madrid ready to offer Bale new contract
Real Madrid are preparing to offer unsettled star Gareth Bale a new contract to keep him in the Spanish capital, reports the Daily Mail.
With Manchester United interested in the Wales star, the Blancos are preparing to meet with Bale's representatives over the next two weeks.
Bale put interested teams on notice after last weekend's Champions League final, saying he needed to play more than he had been in Madrid.
Chelsea offered Higuain in Morata swap< p>Juventus have offered Gonzalo Higuain as part of a deal to land Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata, reports the Evening Standard.
The Serie A champions have been linked with Morata, who starred for the club during a loan spell from 2014 to 2016.
In order to sweeten the deal for the Blues, Juve are prepared to send the 30-year-old Argentine to Stamford Bridge.
Juventus look to swoop for Pellegrini
Juventus have scheduled a meeting with Lorenzo Pellegrini's agent in an attempt to sign the Roma star, reports Calciomercato.
Goal understands that Arsenal also hope to land the 21-year-old midfielder, who was a key member of the Champions League semi-finalists.
But Juve have been working on a deal to sign Pellegrini for months, and hope to beat the Gunners to the Rome native.
Madrid to move for Klopp
In addition to Mauricio Pochettino, Real Madrid are also targeting Liverpool boss Jurgen Klo pp as their new manager, according to the Sun.
With the shock departure of Zinedine Zidane, the three-time Champions League winners are scrambling to find his replacement ahead of the 2018-19 season.
And the report states the Liverpool boss has emerged as the Blancos' leading candidate.
Silva wants Carvalho as first Everton signing
New Everton manager Marco Silva has marked out countryman William Carvalho for his first signing at Goodison Park, reports the Mirror.
Carvalho, 26, was a key part of the Portugal team that won Euro 2016, while he has also shined with Sporting.
And having seen a move to West Ham collapse last summer, the midfielder may be destined for the Premier League in 2018.
Blanc now favourite for Chelsea job
Former France and Paris Saint-Germain boss Laurent Blanc is now in pole position to succeed Antonio Conte as Chelsea manager, claims the Sun.
With Conte expect ed to leave his post, the Italian's compatriot Maurizio Sarri had been tipped to replace him after walking away from Napoli.
But Sarri's chequered past has apparently cooled interest on the Blues' part, leaving Blanc as the favourite to take over at Stamford Bridge.
Man United move for Â£50m Alderweireld
Manchester United are prepared to spend Â£50 million (â¬57m/$66m) on Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld, according to the Sun.
Alderweireld has stalled on signing a new deal with Spurs, moving him closer to the exit with United boss Jose Mourinho a confirmed admirer.
West Ham want Felipe Anderson
Lazio star Felipe Anderson has emerged as a transfer target for West Ham, reports Sky Sports.
The Brazil international comes highly rated and is seen as a strong purchase for the Hammers, who suffered through a disappointing Premier League campaign in 2017-18.
Godin & De Ligt head Juve wishlist
Atletico Madrid's Diego Godin and Ajax wonderkid Matthijs de Ligt head a list of defensive transfer targets for Juventus this summer, claims TuttoMercatoWeb.
Having lost Leonardo Bonucci to Milan in 2017, Juve are also preparing for Mehdi Benatia's departure after the World Cup.
And while Godin is the Serie A giant's prime target, 18-year-old De Ligt is another option should Juve decide to go for youth over experience.Article continues below
Vidal & Thiago to go in Bayern clearout
Arturo Vidal and Thiago Alcantara are among a number of Bayern players who could be looking for a new club, according to Bild.
With Niko Kovac stepping into the hot seat at the Allianz Arena, a clearout of the squad is expected.
And top amongst the candidates to leave are Vidal, whose contract is up next year, and Thiago, who is reportedly unsettled at the club.Source: Google News