Jurgen Klopp is reportedly considering a bid for the big-haired Man Utd midfielder Marouane Fellaini.
Jose Mourinho is eyeing up Man City target Fred, and could match Shakhtar's £50m valuation of the Brazilian.
All that and more in the latest from the Premier League.
Liverpool ‘to make shock offer’ for Manchester United star
Liverpool could be set for a stunning move for Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini. The Belgian international is out of contract this summer and L'Equipe report that the Reds could offer him a three-year contract. There is also interest from Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain in the 30-year-old, who looks set to depart Old Trafford five years after signing from Everton.
Man Utd confident they’ll beat Man City to £50m-rated Brazil star Fred
Both City and United are scrapping it out for the 25-year-old midfielder. But Manchester United are confident of beating their local rivals deal for the Brazil international, according to reports. While Fred had been linked to Manchester City and Arsenal, the Mirror claim United will win the race.
PSG and Monaco join Chelsea and Arsenal in race to sign £40m-rated Brazilian ace
French giants Paris St Germain and Monaco are on the trail of Brazilian striker Richarlison – despite his loss of form. The 20-year-old South American star, signed for £11.2million from Fluminense last year, is a wanted man this summer with Chelsea also in the race to sign the youngster along with Arsenal.
Ander Herrera denies spitting on Manchester City crest
Ander Herrera has denied spitting intentionally on the Manchester City crest as the midfielder left the pitch at half-time during the Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday. Footage showed Herrera spitting on the crest, which was positioned just outside the player tunnel.
Wenger suggests he will stay at Arsenal
Arsene Wenger has given a clear indication that he is planning on staying at Arsenal next season after revealing where his transfer priorities will lie for the summer. The manager and the Arsenal board are set for a review of Wenger's performance at the end of the campaign, the first year of a two-season deal.
Everton legend defends Sam Allardyce but expects big changes in summer
“We thought we were going be that one that was going to be pushing,” former Everton defender Kevin Ratcliffe tells i, speaking at the Legend of Sports awards. “I see Tottenham improving and us not, and I thought we were round about that same bracket last year.”
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