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TOP STORY: Fekir to leave Lyon this summer
Lyon can expect a bidding war to break out for Nabil Fekir after Jean-Michel Aulas said the World Cup winner could leave.
"We have an understanding that he can go," Aulas said following Lyon's 3-2 win over Nimes. "Thanks Nabil for bringing what he brought, we have an understanding to let him go."
Last summer, Fekir came close to joining Liverpool before a move collapsed, but he will surely not short of suitors this time around.
Fekir has made 192 appearances for the club, scoring 69 goals in all competitions, having spent his entire career at Lyon.
19.47 BST: From one manager story to another...
SNAI Sportnews reports that Maurizio Sarri will be the next manager at Juventus and step down at Chelsea. The reported contract would last three years, at net wages worth €7 million.
Sarri, who despite leading Chelsea to a third-place finish in the Premier League and two cup finals, is widely unpopular at Stamford Bridge and there has been speculation he could have been sacked.
Previously a manager in Italy for almost 30 years, Sarri last managed Napoli between 2015-18.
One name to now watch regarding the vacant Chelsea job? Former Blue Frank Lampard, whose Derby County play in the Championship play-off final on Monday against Aston Villa.
19.20 BST: Having won two trophies in a few months' work, Neil Lennon has been offered the Celtic job on a permanent basis.
Lennon, who took over on an interim basis for Brendan Rodgers on Feb. 26, previously managed Celtic from 2010-14 and won 11 trophies.
📝 We are delighted to announce that Neil Lennon has been offered the job as permanent #CelticFC manager and the details will be confirmed in the coming days 🍀⚪️ #TrebleTreble pic.twitter.com/riIbbdkB7I— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) May 25, 2019
Lennon said in his post-match news conference: "There is a good chance I will accept the job.
"It's probably one of the best days of my life. You will never see it again. They are immortal now."
18.48 BST: Remember those Fernando Torres to Mexico rumours?
It sounds as if those won't be coming to fruition as Mexican side Atletico de San Luis believe Torres is leaning towards retirement and transitioning into a coaching role.
"At no point did I say that Fernando Torres would be coming to Atletico de San Luis nor that we were looking at Fernando Torres," said San Luis CEO Alberto Marrero. "It was something that came out, that was discussed, it was then said that Fernando Torres could come to San Luis."
Torres has been playing in Japan this season with Sagan Tosu but has been linked with a move to Mexico in recent weeks. We'll see what's next for El Nino.
18.13 BST: Chelsea loanee Victor Moses seems to have taken to Turkey.
Sources tell ESPN that the player is keen on seeing out his 18-month loan despite reports of Inter Milan making Chelsea an offer.
Moses, who joined Fenerbahce in January, has informed the club that he is not currently considering leaving and that he has not been contacted over an offer from the Serie A side.
The Nigeria international, 28, has settled into life in Istanbul with his family and has repeatedly praised Turkish fans for their passion in recent weeks.
17.29 BST: It is being reported in L'Equipe that Radamel Falcao has played his last match for Monaco -- seriously this time.
The Colombia international's second stint with the club appears to have come to an end after he helped keep them in Ligue 1 and could return to Spain. Also for a second time.
L'Equipe report Atletico Madrid and Valencia are looking to land the former Manchester United forward.
16.57 BST: Everton are the favourites to sign Danny Welbeck, according to the Evening Standard -- and the Toffees will even better his £100,00-a-week wages.
Welbeck has been told he can leave Arsenal this summer the London newspaper claims his preference is to stay in England.
West Ham, Newcastle, Crystal Palace and Wolves are also rumoured to be interested.
16.22 BST: Chelsea are braced for Real Madrid to step up their pursuit of Eden Hazard after the Europa League final with the player still hopeful of a swift resolution, sources have told ESPN FC.
Hazard wants his move to Madrid finalised before he joins up with the Belgium squad for their Euro 2020 qualifiers on June 4, but the two clubs remain far apart in their valuations of the 28-year-old.
Chelsea have told Madrid they want as much as £130 million for Hazard, while the Spanish giants have so far refused to go higher than £88m for a player about to enter the final year of his contract.
15.39 BST: Reports continue to surface of Fabio Quagirella making a fairytale return to boyhood Napoli this summer, with Il Corriere dello Sport claiming Azzurri president Aurelio De Laurentiis is considering the deal.
Quagliarella spent the 2009-10 campaign at San Paolo, but was forced to leave following off-field issues out of his control and was soon branded a traitor by Napoli fans following his move to Juventus.
However, it later emerged he was the victim of a shocking stalker ordeal and was later forgiven by his hometown supporters. At the age of 36, Quagliarella is almost certain to finish the season as Serie A top scorer with 26 goals -- four more than anyone else -- going into the final match of the campaign.
15.03 BST: Juventus are tying Moise Kean down to an extended contract, according to Goal Italia.
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14.32 BST: Manchester United have entered the race to sign Real Betis left-back Junior Firpo, according to AS.
ESPN FC sources had reported in March that Real Madrid had been interested in Junior, but faced competition -- and AS claim it is United who are ready to pay the Spain under-21 international's €30 million buy-out clause.
13:43 BST: Paris Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel has signed a one-year contract extension that will keep him at Parc des Princes until 2021.
The German was originally under contract until 2020 after his appointment last summer, but has been rewarded after a promising debut season -- despite some setbacks.
Tuchel, 45, boasts a strong relationship with the likes of superstars Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, and got his team to show character in fighting back from a slow start to their Champions League group to finish top before crashing out to Manchester United in the round-of-16.
12.58 BST: Real Madrid may have to come back with a second offer to land out of their main defensive transfer targets.
BOOM! Real Madrid saw rejected their bid for Napoli's Koulibaly for 90m€— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) May 24, 2019
12.14 BST: Two former Chelsea midfielder are in contention to replace ex-Blues defender Steve Clarke as Kilmarnock manager, according to The Sun.
Roberto Di Matteo and Gustavo Poyet are being targeted by the Scottish Premiership side.
11.42 BST: Fiorentina could become the latest Serie A club to fall into U.S. ownership, according to the New York Times.
New York Cosmos owner Rocco Cormiso -- who was born in Italy and moved to the U.S. when he was 12 -- is on the brink of purchasing the club from the Delle Valle brothers.
Fiorentina could still face relegation with defeat against Genoa on the final day.
11.03 BST: Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko could be staying in Milan next season -- but with rivals Inter rather than the Rossoneri, according to The Sun.
Bakayoko has fallen out of favour under Gennaro Gattuso and is likely to return to Chelsea once his loan spell ends in the summer. However, he is almost certain to leave Stamford Bridge permanently
10.32 BST: Sticking with AS, Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk is among the players Real Madrid would like to sign should Sergio Ramos leave this summer.
Ramos is considering an exit from the Bernabeu this summer, according to ESPN sources -- and Madrid are readying a big-name replacement.
According to the report, as well as Van Dijk, Kalidou Koulibaly, Matthijs de Ligt and Jose Maria Gimenez are the main contenders.
10:09 BST: AS report Real Betis hold the key in Real Madrid's pursuit of Tottenham's Christian Eriksen.
The Madrid-based daily write that Spurs are looking at Giovani Lo Celso as a potential replacement for the Denmark international, and Betis would be willing to do business at around €60m.
09.51 BST: Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is the favourite to replace Massimiliano Allegri at Juventus, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The report adds that, should he make the switch, he would retain the services of Gonzalo Higuain, despite his high wages -- while Paulo Dybala, who fell foul of Allegri, will also be given a reprieve.
09.28 BST: Manchester City are set for talks with Leroy Sane in the coming days over a contract extension amid interest from Bayern Munich, sources have told ESPN FC.
Sane has two years remaining on his contract but Pep Guardiola wants the 23-year-old winger to stay at the club.
Bundesliga champions Bayern are pushing to sign the Germany international with president Uli Hoeness claiming interest in the forward, but sources have confirmed that City have received no formal offer for Sane.
09:00 BST: Everton will demand a fee of £100m for Richarlison, who is a target for both Barcelona and Manchester United, according to The Sun.
The Brazil international has been impressive this season, notching 17 goals in all competitions.
Brooks and Wilson on Spurs' shortlist
Both have excelled in the Premier League for the Cherries this season, and Mauricio Pochettino is eyeing an £80m deal for the players.
Wilson made his international debut for England this season, and Brooks is a regular in the Wales side. Bournemouth signed Wilson for as little as £3m from Coventry five years ago, while Brooks was snapped up from Sheffield United last summer.
West Ham and Leicester target Llorente
The 34-year-old has played second fiddle to Harry Kane at Spurs since joining the club from Swansea in 2017. However, West Ham and Leicester City both feel they can offer the Spaniard more game time in England's top flight.
With his contract expiring, Llorente is set to become a free agent, and could leave on a free transfer to Napoli. Even Barcelona have reportedly shown interest as they look for someone to provide competition for Luis Suarez.
Mkhitaryan surplus to Emery's requirements
Much has been made of the fact that Arsenal will not be taking the Armenian with them to the Europa League final in Baku, Azerbaijan, against Chelsea on Wednesday due to security concerns between his native Armenia and Azerbaijan.
While Mkhitaryan recently stated that he wants to stay at the club, the reports suggest that Unai Emery will be looking to offload him alongside Mesut Ozil this summer.
- Bayern Munich could be gearing up for a Premier League double raid, as they look to sign Callum Hudson-Odoi from Chelsea and Manchester City's Leroy Sane, the Daily Mail reports. On Sane, Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said: "There have not been any talks so far. He's an interesting player, we will try."