Arsenal to sign Leicester forward Riyad Mahrez, 25, Mauricio Pochettino become Favourite to takr United Job, CR7 to move to PSG

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is making Leicester forward Riyad Mahrez, 25, his top summer target in a major overhaul. (Sun)

Paris St-Germain have contacted former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, reportedly a target for Manchester United, about him becoming their next manager. (Independent)

Tottenham are concerned Mauricio Pochettino will now become United's favoured managerial target. (Sun)


Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, 22, believes he has 'unfinished business' with former club Chelsea. (Mirror)

Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho advised against inserting a buy-back clause in the deal that took Lukaku to Everton, so the Blues would have to pay about £65m to sign the Belgian. (Telegraph)

Eight of Swansea City's nine shareholders are set to sell to American investors for about £100m, 100 times more than the club was worth in 2002. But the supporters' trust - which owns 21.1% - is angry about being kept in the dark. (Guardian)

Quique Sanchez Flores is in danger of being sacked as Watford manager, despite leading the club to 12th place in the Premier League and reaching the FA Cup semi-finals.(Mail)

Porto are not interested in taking up an option to sign Watford defender Miguel Layun at the end of the season. The 27-year-old Mexican is on loan at the Portuguese club. (A Bola - in Portuguese)

Layun could join Real Madrid instead, with the Spanish club looking to add cover for 27-year-old Brazilian left-back Marcelo. (AS - in Spanish)

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 31, has met Paris St-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi five times to discuss a summer move to the French capital. (France Football, via Mirror)

Borussia Monchengladbach will try to secure the permanent signing of 20-year-old Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen this summer. (Talksport)

Manchester City will make no decision until the end of the season on the futures of goalkeeper Willy Caballero, 34, defenders Pablo Zabaleta, 31, and Bacary Sagna, 33, midfielders Yaya Toure, 32, and Fernandinho, 30 and winger Jesus Navas, 30. (Guardian)