Daily Headlines; Mikel Arteta says he hopes to manage PSG, Neymar to extend contract to 2026, Man Utd’s football director Erling Haaland is a longterm Lukaku replacement

Galatasaray have made a contract offer to Crystal Palace defender Patrick van Aanholt. The Dutchman is “open to staying” at Palace, but talks are at an impasse and the Mail claims Gala have made a move.

Salford City FC have parted companty with manager Richie Wellens.

Aston Villa are looking to find a buyer for Wesley, according to Football Insider.

Lionel Messi is yet to receive any offers as his contract at Barcelona continues to run down, reports ESPN.

Neymar is poised to pen a new contact at Paris Saint-Germain through to the summer of 2026, reports Fabrizio Romano.

Arsenal are “very happy” with Martin Odegaard, but any hopes of a permanent move will rest on Zinedine Zidane, reports Fabrizio Romano.

Barcelona are set to face competition from Paris Saint-Germain if they plan on landing Memphis Depay, claims Mundo Deportivo.

Italian giants set sights on Liverpool forward

Liverpool striker Divock Origi is the subject of interest from Inter Milan – according to Calcio Mercato.

Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic is not a summer transfer target for Manchester United, according to Express Sport.

Carlo Ancelotti wants to be reunited with Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly at Everton, claims Football Insider.

RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann is being touted for the top job at Roma – according to Calcio Mercato.

Steven Gerrard is on Tottenham’s list of possible candidates to replace Jose Mourinho, reports 90min.

Mikel Arteta has revealed that he is open to the possibility of managing former club Paris Saint-Germain at some point.

According to the Sun, Premier League footballer Yves Bissouma could lose his driving licence after allegedly speeding five times on the same stretch of road.

Erling Haaland says he’s still some way off reaching the levels of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo and described the superstars as ‘the best players in history’.

Erling Haaland’s wage demands have emerged, with Manchester United’s new football director John Murtough believing the striker is the perfect long-term replacement for Romelu Lukaku. Per The Sun.

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