Daily Headlines; Thierry Henry close to Bournemouth job, Man Utd rival Man City for Fiorentina defender, Kylian Mbappé only interested in moves to Real Madrid or Liverpool

Jorge Sampaoli is getting closer to taking over as manager of Marseille, FootMercato reports.

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger revealed to beIN Sports that the Gunners could have had Kylian Mbappe on a free transfer back when the striker was still at Monaco.

Real Betis have offered Besiktas midfielder Dorukhan Tokoz a contract, AS reports.

Thierry Henry could be confirmed as Bournemouth’s new boss as early as next week. Per Daily Mirror.

Barcelona wanted to sign David Alaba in 2018-19 but pulled out of a deal due to his wage demands, claims Mundo Deportivo.

According to the Sun, Manchester United are hoping to beat neighbours Manchester City to the signing of Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic.

Wilfried Zaha has given the clearest hint yet that he wants to quit Crystal Palace this summer – to be able to show his kids the medals he has won.

PSG’s Kylian Mbappe is reportedly only interested in a move to two clubs this summer should he decide to leave: Real Madrid or Liverpool, according to Daily Mail.

Chelsea are expected to rival the likes of Manchester United and Real Madrid for red hot striker Erling Haaland’s signature this summer.

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