Daily Headlines; Pulisic keen to fight for future at Chelsea, Real Madrid eye SMS, Man Utd’s Ole is keen to offload 4 players in the summer

Arsenal have no intention of sending Gabriel Martinelli out on loan this summer, reports The Athletic.

Christian Pulisic is not about to walk out on Chelsea, claims Fabrizio Romano.

Gunners keen on £19m defender. Arsenal are, according to Express Sport, leading the chase for Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan N’Dicka. It is being suggested that a £19 million ($26m) offer could be enough to take the highly-rated 21-year-old to Emirates Stadium.

Leeds are planning an ambitious approach for Massimiliano Allegri if Marcelo Bielsa moves on this summer, reports The Times.

Liverpool are ready to cash in on out-of-favour striker Divock Origi – according to the Daily Mail.

Pep Guardiola is eager for Manchester City to sign Sporting CP star Nuno Mendes – according to AS.

Stoke City have grown concerned Manchester United will make a move for centre-back Nathan Collins this summer, writes The Sun.

Real Madrid want a replacement for Luka Modric and believe that Lazio’s Sergej Milinković-Savic is the man they need, according to Don Balon.

Barcelona head coach Ronald Koeman has made Marseille’s Boubacar Kamara a top summer transfer priority, Todo Fichajes reports.

Liverpool will have to pay Wolves another £12m this summer as part of their deal to sign Diogo Jota in 2020, The Telegraph reports.

According to the Sun, Sergio Aguero is set to join Joan Laporta’s Barcelona revolution this summer, according to reports, with a deal understood to be ‘very close’.

Arsene Wenger has joked that Harry Kane made the ‘wrong decision’ joining Tottenham after his brief stint at Arsenal as a kid.

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reportedly prepared to offload four players this summer as he seeks to boost the coffers available at the club for transfers. Per Mirror.

According to Mirror, Thomas Tuchel has backed Chelsea’s misfiring forwards, claiming he has no plans to buy another striker this summer.

Aaron Ramsey is a significant injury doubt to play for Wales in their 2022 World Cup group E qualifying matches against Belgium and the Czech Republic starting a week on Wednesday.

Alfredo Morelos has revealed he had a heart-to-heart meeting with Steven Gerrard after his hopes of a big-money move died.

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