RAHEEM STERLING’S impressive form has seen the Manchester City man put on the radars of clubs across Europe including Real Madrid, the Daily Mirror reports.
The 23-year-old has lit up the Premier League this season, scoring 15 goals as the side look to have all-but sown up the title, and Manchester City will face a tough battle to keep the forward according to the paper.
Jack Wilshere is wanted by Everton if the 26-year-old leaves Arsenal in the summer, according to the Daily Star. The midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season, with the paper reporting that he is unhappy with the deal the club have offered.
A potential arrival at the Emirates is Freiburg defender Caglar Soyuncu, according to the Daily Mail. The Turkey international is currently priced at £30million and has caught the eye of Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea the paper said.
Abdoulaye Doucoure could be on his way out of Watford as the club bids to stay in the black, according to the Daily Mirror. The midfielder is being chased by Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham and is believed to be valued at around £40million.
Jose Mourinho has convinced Gareth Bale to ditch the Bernabeu and move to Manchester United, Marca reports.
Ones to watch
Bruno Fernandes: The midfielder is wanted by Tottenham, but the side will have to fork out £87m for the Sporting Lisbon midfielder according to Abola.
Jayden Braaf: The 15-year-old is on the verge of signing for Chelsea from PSV Eindhoven, with the Stamford Bridge side set to beat Manchester United, Manchester City, West Ham and Bayern Munich in the race to sign the striker, the Daily Mail claims.
Nonso Madueke: The teenager is making an impact despite his young age, with Manchester United taking a look at the Tottenham prospect. Madueke, 16, is an England youth international and the Old Trafford club have been watching his progress over the last 18 months, according to the Daily Mail.
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