Aguero targets move to Real Madrid as big clubs queue up for PSG star Rabiot

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Aguero 'targeting move to Real Madrid'

There has been no shortage of speculation about the future of Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero, and now the Sun says the player has decided what he intends to do next.

It reports that the Argentina international has made up his mind that he "wants to join Real Madrid at the end of the season" after being dropped to the bench after the arrival of Gabriel Jesus from Palmeiras.

Although the injury suffered by Gabriel at Bournemouth means Aguero is back in the team, the Sun suggests he is harbouring doubts about the longer-term picture.

It adds that he "has no intention of spending more time on the Etihad bench and wants the Real move to happen this summer."

Real would have to pay more than £60 million in order to persuade City to sell the one-time Atletico Madrid player but "are still keen on having the Argentina ace spearheading their attack next season."

Clubs queue up for PSG star Rabiot

There could be quite a summer scramble around Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot, it seems.

After Rabiot indicated that he would consider "offers from big clubs," both Arsenal and Real Madrid will be on alert, according to the Mail.

But they won't be the only ones. The Mirror reports that Tottenham Hotspur are firmly in the frame as well.

Rabiot -- linked with both Madrid and Arsenal in the recent past -- came through the ranks at PSG but has said he could leave the Parc des Prices if the right offer arrived.

The 21-year-old said at the weekend that a bid from a club like Real would "demand to be considered," but reports in France earlier this month suggested an offer from Arsenal could be likelier, claiming the Gunners have sent scouts to watch Rabiot.

The Mirror, on the other hand, believes Spurs "could revive their interest in the PSG star," noting that they "had a loan approach for him turned down two years ago."

Everton take pole position in Keane race

That didn't take long, did it? Hot on the heels of reports that Burnley defender Michael Keane had emerged as a key target for Everton, the Sun says the Merseysiders are "favourites" to sign the centre-back and are "confident of landing him."

It adds that manager Ronald Koeman will pay £28 million to get the former Manchester United man after Everton accepted that Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk is unlikely to join them.

And if Keane arrives at Goodison Park, that could mean Phil Jagielka will be heading off to pastures new.


- Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is running the rule over a Lyon striker, but that player is not Alexandre Lacazette, so often linked with a move to the Premier League.

Citing reports in Europe, the Liverpool Echo says that the player under Klopp's consideration is Maxwel Cornet, with Anfield scouts having been sent to watch him on more than one occasion ahead of the potential departure of Daniel Sturridge.

- And talking of France, Sky Sports reports that Arsenal are keeping a watchful eye on PSG defender Layvin Kurzawa.

The North Londoners are looking at the former Monaco man as they consider summer moves to strengthen their defensive options and would have to pay around £15 million to land him.