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Paris St-Germain have given France striker Kylian Mbappe a fresh two-year deal worth £136m in the hope of urging the 25-year-old to reject a move to Real Madrid. (AS- in Spanish)

Arsenal sent agents to Wolves home ground on Saturday to observe Wolves' 23-year-old Portugal winger Pedro Neto and Brentford's27-year-old England striker Ivan Toney. (HITC)

Crystal Palace have besieged Marseille andSenegal forward Iliman Ndiaye, 23, as one of their main signings for next season. (Sun)

Nice's French defender Jean-Clair Todibo, 24, is not cancelling a summer move to the Premier League among interest from Chelsea and Manchester United. (Mirror)

Frenkie de Jong does not want to depart Barcelona this summer regardless of other reports telling the Spanish club are eager to auction the 26-year-old Netherlands midfielder, who continues to be associated with Manchester United. (FootballTransfers)

Barcelona's financial restrictions mean they will only enter the battle for Everton's Amadou Onana if the Toffees reduce their £51m asking price for the 22-year-old Belgium midfielder, who is also appealing notice from ManchesterUnited, Arsenal and Chelsea. (Sun)

Newcastle and Tottenham are in view of a summer offer for Genoa's 25-year-old Iceland forward Albert Gudmundsson. (Calciomercato- in Italian)

Brighton are eager to auction Kaoru Mitoma this summer following their signing of 19-year-old Ghanaian winger Ibrahim Osman, with Barcelona, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea linked with the 26-year-old Japan forward. (FootballTransfers) 

Wolves are doubtful to make any summer recruitments until after 1 July to guarantee they do not breach Premier League profit and sustainability rules. (FootballInsider)

Sevilla are eager on signing Arsenal's 23-year-old Poland defender Jakub Kiwior, who is also enticing interest from AC Milan. (Fichajes- in Spanish)

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters is under pressure from a group of clubs sad with his leadership over many issues. (Mail)

Brighton are amid several Premier League clubs observing Borussia Dortmund's 18-year-old German winger Charles Herrmann. (FlorianPlettenberg)

Huddersfield are eager to name Duff as their fresh manager as long as the former Swansea boss, who resides in south-west England, is ready to move to the area. Meanwhile, sacked Huddersfield boss Darren Moore is a target for Port Vale.(Sun)

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