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    *Mauricio Pochettino will be on Paris Saint-Germain's wish list if they change manager this summer.

    * Arsenal supporters plan to hire a plane to tow a banner protesting against a new contract for boss Arsene Wenger when the team play at West Brom on Saturday.

    * Chelsea will have to give Thibaut Courtois a contract worth more than £200,000-a-week to keep him out of Real Madrid's clutches.

    * Everton's Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku can still fulfil his dream of playing in the Champions League if he signs a new contract at Goodison Park, says three-time Arsenal Premier League winner Ray Parlour.

    * Pep Guardiola will embark on a ruthless £200m summer overhaul at Manchester City after their shocking Champions League exit - with captain Vincent Kompany the biggest victim.

    * League One's bottom club Coventry City have sold 41,232 tickets for the EFL Trophy final against Oxford United at Wembley on 2 April.

    * Everton boss Ronald Koeman has warned Ross Barkley could be sold at the end of the season, with Tottenham planning a summer move for both him and Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.

    * Norwich City's Switzerland defender Timm Klose, 28, says he faces an uncertain future at the Championship club.

    * Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has dismissed fresh talk linking his right-back Hector Bellerin with a return to former club Barcelona, declaring he has an "unbelievable" amount of time left on his contract.

    * Ipswich Town are set to make a summer move for Colchester United left-sided player Brennan Dickenson, 24, after he scored 10 goals in 29 League Two games.

    * Joe Hart has refused to rule out staying at Torino beyond this season.

    * Sunderland should reappoint Roy Keane as boss if the club are relegated, says former Black Cats striker Stephen Elliott.

    * Arsenal and Spurs are among a number of clubs tracking Eibar defender Florian Lejeune.

    * Everton have their eye on Genoa's 21-year-old Argentine striker Giovanni Simeone, son of Atletico Madrid boss Diego, to replace Lukaku if necessary.

    * Leicester's Champions League heroes will miss the live draw that decides who they meet in the last eight - after being ordered to train instead.

    * Chelsea captain John Terry, 36, will not be offered a new contract when his current deal expires in the summer but could be given a coaching or ambassadorial role by the club.

    * Manchester United chief Ed Woodward has met Romelu Lukaku's agent Mino Raiola for transfer talks in Manchester.

    * Manchester City need a minimum of three new players to make a serious challenge for European titles, says the club's former defender Richard Dunne.

    * Everton are still in the hunt for Cypriot star Pieros Sotiriou - but they face a huge battle for his signature.

    * City boss Pep Guardiola wants to sign Bayern Munich and Germany defender Joshua Kimmich, 22, in the summer.

    * Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has added AC Milan ace Suso to his wish list and the club have given him the go ahead to sign four players this summer.

    * Manchester City are preparing to get rid of up to 13 players in the summer - including French full-backs Gael Clichy, 31, and Bacary Sagna, 34, as well as Argentine defender Pablo Zabaleta, 32 - after being knocked out of the Champions League.

    * Arsene Wenger wants to take Barcelona star Rafinha to Arsenal.

    * Manchester United have stepped up their interest in Monaco's 18-year-old forward Kylian Mbappe and midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, 22, after their goals helped eliminate Manchester City from the Champions League.

    * Former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp, 70, has applied to become Ghana's national coach.

    * United's Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 35, has refused to rule out a return to Italy with Napoli. Ibrahimovic's former clubs include AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus.

    * Nigel Pearson is the early favourite to become the next Middlesbrough manager to replace Aitor Karanka.

    * Slaven Bilic has insisted Dimitri Payet was wrong to claim that West Ham's football was "boring" during his time at the club.

    * However, Boro are discussing whether to make a move for Guus Hiddink, the 70-year-old Dutchman who has twice been Chelsea interim boss.

    * Coach Eddie Newton has launched a fierce defence of Chelsea's policy of sending numerous players out to other clubs.

    * Barcelona have reportedly targeted Borussia Dortmund whizkid Ousmane Dembele.

    * Sadio Mane insists working with Jurgen Klopp was worth the wait as he set his sights on enjoying a trophy-laden Liverpool career.

    * Southampton are considering a bid for Joe Hart with Everton eyeing Fraser Forster.

    Stay Tuned...
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