Liverpool could make a summer move for Juventus star.
Conte under renewed pressure at Chelsea.
All that and more in the latest from the Premier League.
Liverpool want £90million-rated Dybala as Coutinho replacement
Italian media claim the Argentine star, 24, sits top of Jurgen Klopp's summer wish-list to finally replace the now-Barcelona ace.
Coutinho left Anfield in a £145m deal in January and the Reds boss is yet to sign a long-term replacement.
Mike Ashley ready to revise his asking price for Newcastle
Ashley had been prepared to take around £300million for the club while its top-flight status was in jeopardy. But the club is in a very different position now – and Ashley will want any sale price to reflect this.
West Ham star ready to quit in the summer
The Mexican striker, 29, revealed earlier this season that he'd been approached by rival Premier League clubs in January – only to have their interest vetoed by the Hammers.
Kenedy interesting Bayern Munich and PSG – if Chelsea choose to sell
The Brazilian winger has made a huge impact at St James' Park since arriving from Chelsea on loan in January, with Newcastle fans hoping he can be signed on a permanent basis.
But it is understood Bayern and PSG have both asked to be kept aware of any developments if Chelsea agree to let him go – although no bids have been tabled to date.
Liverpool will not pursue Marouane Fellaini
The Manchester United midfielder is out of contract in the summer and has failed to agree new terms at Old Trafford.
Marcus Rashford’s frustration at Man United
Rashford has started just five of the Old Trafford giants' last 16 games and is said to have been particularly frustrated at not getting the nod for Saturday's epic 3-2 comeback derby win away to Manchester City.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte under pressure – again
Despite the fact Chelsea can still win the FA Cup there is growing concern at Stamford Bridge that their season will capitulate.
Conte was expected to go at the end of the season, but the decision for him to leave could yet accelerate.
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