Daily Headlines; Di Maria set to sign 1-year extension, Sarri considered for Napoli return, van Aanholt open to summer switch to Arsenal

Paris Saint-Germain are leading the race for Milan midfielder Ismael Bennacer – according to Algerian publication Competition.

Fulham centre-back Ibane Bowat has emerged on Arsenal and Everton’s transfer radar – according to TeamTalk.

Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge is the subject of interest from Arsenal and Tottenham – according to Jeunes Footeux.

Angel Di Maria is set to sign a new one-year contract extension with PSG, according to RMC Sport.

Crystal Palace defender Patrick van Aanholt is open to a summer switch to Arsenal – according to The Sun.

Juventus have identified Chelsea midfielder Jorginho as the number one summer transfer target – according to Tuttosport.

Paris Saint-Germain have reignited their interest in Cristiano Ronaldo following Juventus’ elimination from the Champions League, according to Le Parisien.

Ronald Koeman wants Barcelona to prioritise signing Memphis Depay instead of Sergio Aguero, reports Sport.

Real Madrid have opened talks with Raphael Varane over a new contract, according to Marca.

Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain passed on the chance to sign Cristiano Ronaldo during the summer of 2020, reports Calciomercato.

Maurizio Sarri is, according to Radio Kiss Kiss, being lined up for a return to Napoli.

Nemanja Matic has admitted that he would consider a return to Benfica before hanging up his boots. Speaking in an interview with Sport TV, the Manchester United midfielder said: “I’m still not thinking about finishing my career. Let’s see. For me, Benfica will always be in my heart. Let’s see what the future will bring.

Sporting wonderkid Nuno Mendes is attracting interest from across Europe, with A Bola reporting that Manchester United and Liverpool have joined the battle for his signature.

According to Mail, Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish faces a race against time to prove his fitness for England’s World Cup qualifiers this month.

Avram Glazer, Manchester United’s co-chairman, stands to earn a windfall of about £71m after he put five million of his shares in the club up for sale last night.

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