Daily Headlines; Jose Mourinho was approached by Celtic after Spurs sacking, Antonio Conte has given no assurances about his Inter Milan future, Man City sign 17-year-old winger from Fluminense

Barcelona are trying to bring midfielder Kays Ruiz back to the club, Mundo Deportivo reports.

West Ham United are looking to sign goalkeeper Alphonse Areola from Paris Saint-Germain, reports the Express. 

Wales have confirmed that their manager, ex-Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs, will not be in charge of the national team at Euro 2020 after being charged with assault and actual bodily harm on Friday. 

Manchester City have signed 17-year-old winger Kayky from Brazilian club Fluminense for a fee believed to be worth around £9 million ($12m) plus add-ons. The teenager is set to remain in Brazil until the end of the 2021 season before either moving to City or going out on loan.

Discussions regarding a new contract for Sergio Ramos at Real Madrid have broken down, claims AS.

Carabao Cup success could be enough to keep Harry Kane at Tottenham, says Teddy Sheringham, with a loyal frontman being tipped to stay put despite having the option to “go anywhere he wants in the world”.

Sheringham has told the Evening Standard: “He could go anywhere he wants in the world, but I think he’s happy. If he wins his first trophy on Sunday, I think he will stay.”

Roma are preparing to make a move for Southampton defender Jannik Vestergaard, claims Tuttomercatoweb.

Juventus have also been linked with a bid to take the towering centre-half to Serie A.

Barcelona are preparing a new three-year contract for Lionel Messi, reports ESPN.

The 33-year-old will see his current deal expire in the summer, but fresh terms are about to be tabled for a Camp Nou talisman.

Julian Nagelsmann holds “an active interest” in taking charge at Tottenham, claims ESPN.

Spurs are in the market for another coach after sacking Jose Mourinho, with a highly-rated tactician currently working at RB Leipzig said to figure prominently on their radar.

Hansi Flick’s dissatisfaction at Bayern Munich was deepened when he was unable to sign a series of midfield targets last summer, according to the podcast Bayern Insider.

Timo Werner says “everybody is happy” at Chelsea despite reports of possible exits from Stamford Bridge as Thomas Tuchel tinkers with his attacking plans.

The defender could leave Real Madrid this summer and is reportedly keen on Old Trafford

Raphael Varane would like to move to Manchester United if he leaves Real Madrid in the summer, according to AS.

Antonio Conte has given no assurances about his future at Inter, despite the club closing in on the Serie A title.

Hakim Ziyech has seen questions asked of his future at Chelsea, but Soccer News says the Morocco international is feeling happy at Stamford Bridge.

Tottenham star Harry Kane admitted that Jose Mourinho’s recent sacking came as a surprise to him, saying he only learned of the move minutes before it happened.

Burnley want to sign Nabil Bentaleb when his Schalke contract expires this summer, according to Lancs Live.

According to Daily Record, Jose Mourinho was reportedly approached by Celtic immediately following his sacking at Tottenham.

Arsene Wenger has warned that Europe dreams of destroying the Premier League and revealed his shock at how the English clubs, including Arsenal, were drawn into the disastrous Super League plan. Per Telegraph.

Aston Villa fear Jack Grealish could miss another three Premier League matches but insist the club captain will be fit for the European Championship. Per Telegraph

Steve Bruce has confirmed that Newcastle United are trying to sign Arsenal midfielder Joe Willock following a successful loan spell on Tyneside.

Pablo Zabaleta has said he will speak to Sergio Aguero about a move to West Ham if the Hammers reach the Champions League.

Chelsea midfielder Jorginho has accused Frank Lampard of ‘skipping steps in how to manage a big club’ in a scathing assessment of his former boss’ management skills. Per Mail.

Arsenal are worried that they could lose Martin Odegaard as a result of withdrawing from the European Super League.

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