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Daily Headlines; Clubs eye Tammy Abraham as he remains out of favour, Tomori set to make full switch to AC Milan, Inter Miami want Cristiano Ronaldo in the MLS

Tammy Abraham our of favour in Chelsea. The 23-year-old could be deemed excess to the Blues’ needs this summer. The Telegraph reports that West Ham United, Leicester City, Southampton, Brighton and Aston Villa would be among the most aggressive pursuants of Abraham if he became available in the transfer market.

Iestyn Hughes is under the close watch of teams around the Premier League, according to The Athletic, with the 18-year-old defender impressing in the youth ranks and potentially out of contract this summer.

Michael Cuisance hopes to discover his Marseille future when he meets with new coach Sampaoli, per TZ.

Leeds and Southampton are set to jostle up against each other in a bid to sign Alaves goalkeeper Fernando Pacheco, says Todo Fichajes.

Fikayo Tomori looks set to make a full-time switch to Milan following a blistering start to his loan spell away from Chelsea, says Gianluca Di Marzio.

Inter Miami are working around the clock to convince Cristiano Ronaldo to join the fledgling MLS outfit next year, claims Todo Fichajes.

Tottenham are reportedly mulling a permanent move for Gareth Bale after the Real Madrid man made good his promise following an upturn in form for the club, claims the Express.

Liverpool may be without prolific forward Mohamed Salah for the start of the next Premier League season as Anfield chiefs prepare for crunch talks later this month. Per Daily Mirror.

Manchester United can no longer attract the world’s best players, according to their former striker Andy Cole.

According to Daily Mirror, Mason Greenwood is running out of time to win a place in England’s senior squad for this summer’s Euros.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been ruled out of a return to Old Trafford with AC Milan next week by injury – but he is fit enough to be a guest star on Italy’s biggest song contest.

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