Daily Headlines; De Gea facing uncertainty at United, Wolves open to selling Traoré, Bayern Munich eye Koulibaly

Manchester United are considering the option of signing a new goalkeeper to replace David De Gea and Dean Henderson. Henderson is looking to usurp De Gea as the club’s number one, but the Daily Record suggests the Red Devils are plotting a radical overhaul.

Folarin Balogun could be on his way out of Arsenal in the summer. The exciting teenager’s contract is winding down and with no new agreement in place, the Daily Star claims he could be set for a switch to Germany.

Bayern Munich are at the front of the queue to sign Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli, says Il Mattino.

Wolves are open to selling Adama Traore this summer, reports The Daily Mail.

According to The Sun, Dean Henderson expects to be Manchester United No1 next season – with David de Gea facing an uncertain future at the club.

Liverpool and Manchester United, the architects of Project Big Picture, have been kept off the working group charged with delivering the Premier League’s strategic review into the competition’s structure and governance. Per Mail.

Pep Guardiola and Thomas Tuchel have joined the growing band of Premier League bosses unwilling to let players join their national teams for matches in ‘red list’ countries later this month.

According to Mail, Arsenal were close to sealing moves for Jadon Sancho, Jude Bellingham and Christian Pulisic before the trio made their names in Germany, claims former Gunners scout Steve Morrow.

Marcus Rashford will wait until after Euro 2020 this summer before considering undergoing surgery on an ongoing shoulder injury.

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