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Daily Headlines; Julian Nagelsmann to replace Mourinho at Tottenham, Man Utd keen on selling David De Gea, Vinicius Jr says he wants to stay at Real Madrid forever

Napoli have identified Benfica left-back Nuno Tavares as a transfer target – according to Calcio Mercato.

Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic is the subject of interest from Borussia Dortmund – according to Sky Germany.

If Tottenham sacks Jose Mourinho, RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann would become the club’s top replacement target, according to The Telegraph.

Marcelo Bielsa won’t rush to decide what he wants to do beyond the current campaign at Leeds United, the manager said via Sky Sports. His contract is up after this season.

Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has confirmed to Football Italia that the club remain in negations with prized attacker Paulo Dybala over a new contract.

According to Daily Express, Arsenal are bracing themselves for a transfer battle with Hector Bellerin keen on reviving his interest in leaving the club at the end of the season.

Senior Manchester United officials are concerned they are suffering the consequences of David de Gea’s status as the club’s highest earner as Dean Henderson’s frustrations grow over the goalkeeping situation at the club.

According to Daily Mail, Trent Alexander-Arnold admits that Liverpool have taken liberties and fallen into the trap of expecting to win games, with their Premier League title defence up in smoke following four defeats on the trot.

Vinicius Junior has expressed a desire to ‘stay at Real Madrid forever’ and says he does not want to leave the La Liga champions on loan following interest from a host of clubs.

According to Mirror, Sergio Aguero is a Bosman target for Barcelona, Paris St Germain, Juventus and Inter Milan this summer.

Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes Chelsea will fall “a fraction short of top four” this season, despite Thomas Tuchel going unbeaten in his first six Premier League games in charge.

According to Daily Star, Manchester United are planning to release four goalkeepers at the end of the season – and sell current No.1 David de Gea.

Manchester United have refused to sanction a clause that would permit West Ham United to automatically sign Jesse Lingard for a set price at the end of the season.

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