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Both Arsenal and Manchester City are considering a move for Newcastle star Bruno Guimarães in the summer, according to the Telegraph. The 26-year-old Brazilian has impressed during his time at the Tyneside club.

The star Bernardo Silva has decided to leave Manchester City, claims Spanish Sport. The 30-year-old has a clause that allows him to leave the light blues for £50m this summer and Barcelona should be ready to trigger it.

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Chelsea have called Germany to check on the situation of RB Leipzig stopper Castello Lukeba. The 21-year-old should be available for around £60m due to a clause in his contract, FootMercato claims.

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is said to be eager to bring in a new striker in the summer, writes Goal.

Manchester United are working to sign sporting director Dan Ashworth from Newcastle, but The Telegraph believe the parties are still £13m apart in negotiations over a price for the highly regarded club boss.

Thiago Silva will have a verbal agreement with Fluminense in his home country of Brazil and will therefore probably leave Chelsea in the summer, according to Goal.

Former Arsenal and Manchester United striker Robin van Persie will be close to his first job as head coach. The top division club Heerenveen may be his first task as a coach, writes Algemeen Dagblad.

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Manchester United are said to be interested in Inter stopper Alessandro Bastoni. The 25-year-old has been linked with both United and other English clubs before and this time United are reportedly willing to pay £52 million, reports Fichajes.

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Feyenoord will be looking to sign Tottenham’s 23-year-old winger Bryan Gil, writes the London Evening Standard.

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