Daily Headlines; French side Nice keen on Jesse Lingard, Romelu Lukaku set to stay at Inter Milan, Man Utd could be deducted points after yesterday’s protests

Burnley will, according to The Sun, look to lure Aaron Ramsdale away from Sheffield United if Nick Pope leaves Turf Moor.

Declan Rice is interesting Manchester United once again, claims Express Sport.

Atletico Madrid have identified Napoli right-back Elseid Hysaj as a transfer target – according to Calcio Mercato.

Nice are still keen on Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard – as Calcio Mercato reports.

Romelu Lukaku does not plan to leave Inter Milan this summer after the club’s Serie A title victory, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Real Madrid will pay David Alaba the same €12 million-per-year (£10.5m/$14.5m) wage they give to Sergio Ramos, according to Mundo Deportivo.

Arsenal are interested in signing Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma ahead of the summer transfer window. Per Daily Star.

Donny van de Beek will reportedly be denied the chance to return Ajax on loan next season with Manchester United ready to warn teams off the midfielder.

According to Mail, Erling Haaland will not leave Borussia Dortmund this summer despite a host of suitors circling with potential £150million-plus bids, according to a top club executive.

The likelihood of Jadon Sancho quitting Borussia Dortmund in the summer has just shot up, with club chief Michael Zorc confirming they will be willing to let the star go. Per Mail.

Brendan Rodgers is making a stunning £35m bid to bring French midfielder Boubakary Soumare to Leicester City.

Edwin van der Sar has responded to speculation he could replace Ed Woodward as Manchester United’s chief executive by saying he has received contact from the club.

According to Mirror, Manchester United could be deducted points as Premier League and FA rules contradict one another on postponements.

According to Daily Express, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta could be relieved of his duties during the early stages of next season if the Spaniard’s planned summer overhaul fails to improve the team’s fortunes, according to reports.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will seek talks with Roberto Martinez and Nuno Espirito Santo as he looks to replace Jose Mourinho, according to reports.

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