Man Utd source two targets
Manchester United have two transfer targets in mind as cover for David De Gea – should the goalkeeper quit the club.
Real Madrid are interested in signing De Gea, although recently it is PSG who seem most keen on a move.
And should the Spaniard quit Old Trafford than United will move for either Jordan Pickford or Atletico Madrid’s Slovenia international Jan Oblak.
Express Sport understands manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would prefer to keep De Gea but will not waste time in his search for a replacement if Spain’s No 1 does leave.
Chelsea want £100m from Real Madrid
Chelsea want at least £100m from Real Madrid if they are to sell Eden Hazard this summer.
The Independent report that the Blues are holding out for the figure, knowing they could lose him for nothing in 2020.
Chelsea cannot sign a replacement for Hazard as they are under a transfer embargo for the next two windows.
But Christian Pulisic’s impending arrival from Dortmund – a deal done in January – means they may decide they have enough cover for Hazard for one season at least.
Tottenham eye Costa
Tottenham are ready to battle Manchester United for the signature of Juventus gem Douglas Costa.
Costa is tipped to leave Juventus in the summer, with Juve boss Max Allegri looking for replacements already.
United have been linked with the Brazilian in the past and failed in a £60m approach last summer.
Express Sport understands Spurs are eyeing the playmaker and Juventus have already told interested clubs they are willing to sell for £45m.
West Ham eye Dzeko
West Ham are ready to move for Edin Dzeko when the transfer window opens.
Roma are planning to sell Dzeko and chase one of Dario Benedetto, Andrea Belotti or Duvan Zapata as his replacement.
And Express Sport understands a move by the Hammers could well be on the cards, with Manuel Pellegrini keen to shake up his attack next season.
The boss is so keen on the 33-year-old that he is ready to meet his £165,000-a-week wage demands to bring him to east London.
Fraser to Arsenal
Ryan Fraser could well be an Arsenal player by the start of next season, with Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe admitting he could leave.
“We have spoken to Ryan and his representatives about his contract. It’s one where we will see what happens.
“There is no doubting Ryan’s quality and how highly we think of him. He is an outstanding talent but it is a two-way prospect to sign a contract, so let’s wait and see.’
“Ryan has contributed to the team this season but it’s not the time to talk about speculation.
“Who knows in the summer? It’s that time of year when things change and us ourselves will be looking to sign players.”