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Daily Headlines; Allegri set to replace Pirlo in the summer, Jordan Henderson looks likely to miss England’s Euro 21 campaign, Juventus step up chase for Moise Kean

Leicester City are interested in another hidden gem at French club Le Havre, reports Foot Mercato. 

The Foxes swooped for Riyad Mahrez at Le Havre and are now looking to sign 19-year-old Josue Casmiri, who is also been followed by Milan.

Chelsea are prepared to sell Tammy Abraham in the upcoming transfer window, according to ESPN. 

West Ham have advanced on their interest in Brentford striker Ivan Toney.

Claret & Hugh reports the Hammers are already in talks with the star’s representatives, but they are not the only club eager to snap him up.

Steve Bruce has told suitors that Newcastle have no intention of selling winger Allan Saint-Maximin this summer.

The Magpies boss told a press conference: “The last thing we want to be doing is selling our best players.

“I have no doubt he will attract interest because you only have to watch him once and realise that he’s a really gifted, talented footballer; he scored a goal in training the other day which was just remarkable. Pity we haven’t got footage of it.”

Juventus are upping the ante in their bid to re-sign Moise Kean from Everton this summer, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.

Kean has impressed on loan at PSG this season and could stay in Paris or return to Merseyside – however reports in Italy say he is definitely a target for Juve.

Edinson Cavani has decided to stay at Manchester United next season, according to ESPN.

Reports state Cavani will extend his contract next week, having previously been heavily linked to Boca Juniors.

Juventus will ask Max Allegri to return as manager this summer and replace Andrea Pirlo, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.

Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has suggested that he could retire from football when his contract at St. Mary’s ends.

The former RB Leipzig manager, who has a deal with the Saints until 2024, told Sky: “I don’t see many scenarios in which I would give this three-year contract, which I still have here, for anything else.

“At some point I’ll ask myself the question, and I mean it in all seriousness, whether I want to do anything at all afterwards. You do without a lot, and it also costs an incredible amount of energy. I don’t know what will happen after that yet. But it may well be that I might let it be.”

AC Milan are keen to keep Fikayo Tomori on a permanent basis but Champions League qualification would help the Serie A side to afford the €30 million (£26m/$36.5m) option to buy the defender from Chelsea.

Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak has left the door open to a possible Premier League move.

“The Premier League has strong teams. Maybe the strongest. But I think in the end it is what the coach is asking of you. You listen to his instructions,” the Atletico goalkeeper said during an interview with European football expert Guillem Balague.

Asked if he can picture himself playing in the Premier League, Oblak added: “I don’t know. I don’t know what the future will bring, but I am sure that in any league I would play I could play well. You never know what will happen in the future.”

Manchester City are, according to Football Insider, willing to sell Raheem Sterling this summer.

Pep Guardiola is willing to part with the England international as he seeks to free up funds that will allow moves for Erling Haaland and Jack Grealish to be made.

According to Mail, Everton are said to be so confident of pulling off a summer move for Philippe Coutinho that a process of house hunting has already begun.

Real Madrid can indeed afford to buy £154m star Erling Haaland this summer despite president Florentino Perez’s claims to the contrary, according to the Norwegian’s agent Mino Raiola. Per Mail

Jordan Henderson looks destined to miss England’s bid for Euros glory. Per Sun.

Mateo Kovacic is a major doubt for Chelsea’s Champions League semi-final second leg versus Real Madrid after suffering a setback in his recovery from injury. Per Sun.

Manchester United are concerned that anti-Glazer protesters will try to disrupt Sunday’s game against Liverpool at Old Trafford.

According to Mirror, Lionel Messi has been offered a new Barcelona contract that is half of his current salary but is 10 years long.

Liverpool star Diogo Jota has supported Jurgen Klopp’s claim that the team needs to do better at closing out games.

Chelsea have reportedly jumped ahead of Manchester United in the race to sign Real Madrid star Raphael Varane. Per Mirror.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to get his own statue in his Norwegian hometown. Fans have already raised £53,000 to cover the costs and will gift the sculpture to the buyer.

Cristiano Ronaldo may be scoring goals for Juventus but he isn’t happy at the Serie A club and reports suggest a transfer might be on the cards.

Jose Mourinho has revealed he told Scott McTominay to go with his heart when he picked Scotland in 2018.

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