What the papers say
Tottenham are determined to hold on to England captain Harry Kane, according to the Daily Mirror, despite him approaching the final year of his contract. Manchester United have been leading the chase to sign the 29-year-old striker.
Another England player is in Manchester United’s sights as they look for a possible replacement for goalkeeper David de Gea, 32. The Daily Mirror reports they are preparing a move for Jordan Pickford, 29, from Everton.
Bayer Leverkusen’s 23-year-old winger Moussa Diaby has emerged as a possible summer target for Arsenal, according to the Standard. The French international has also been linked with Newcastle and Paris St Germain.
Striker Romelu Lukaku, who turns 30 on Saturday, will return to Chelsea for pre-season training and talks with the new boss at Stamford Bridge before deciding on his future. The Belgian international has been on loan at Inter Milan.
Social media round-up
Man Utd in three-way Premier League tussle to sign Martinez in cut-price dealhttps://t.co/9JG5x2I62Q pic.twitter.com/AX3v9Zq3dQ
— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) May 11, 2023
Understand Newcastle, Manchester Utd and Liverpool scouts were in attendance at Nice-Rennes game to monitor Jean Clair Todibo #transfers
French centre back could get top club move in the summer — with price tag understood to be around €45m. pic.twitter.com/qbwIMr4SRn
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 11, 2023
Players to watch
Mohammed Salisu: Southampton’s 24-year-old Ghana defender is catching the eye of Everton.
Dujon Sterling: The 23-year-old defender is set to move from Chelsea to Rangers on a free transfer this summer.
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