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Alan 12:37 Sun Jun 23
Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Manchester United and Crystal Palace have held talks over a deal for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, which could see the 21-year-old English defender move to Old Trafford for an initial £42.5m. (Mail)

Tottenham and Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27, is eyeing a switch to Manchester United or Juventus after a move to Real Madrid fell through. (Mirror)

Manchester United's transfer plans are being hampered because they cannot find a buyer for Chile international forward Alexis Sanchez, 30. (Express)

Leeds are among several clubs trying to sign legendary Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon after the 41-year-old left Paris St-Germain. (Corriere della Sera, via Mail)

Germany winger Leroy Sane, 23, will snub a move to Bayern Munich in favour of staying at Manchester City. (Sun)

Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez is set to leave when his contract runs out next weekend, barring a dramatic change in relations with the club's owner. (Mail)

Derby are preparing to offer manager Frank Lampard a £10m contract to stop him taking over at Chelsea. (Star)

Paris St-Germain are leading the race to sign Barcelona and Brazil midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 27. (Calciomercato)

Real Madrid want to make Paris St-Germain and France forward Kylian Mbappe, 20, their big signing next summer. (AS)

Paris St-Germain are considering a swap deal with Barcelona that would see Brazil forward Philippe Coutinho, 27, head to France with his national team-mate Neymar, also 27, moving the other way. (Times)

Manchester United are interested in signing Argentina striker Mauro Icardi, 26, as part of a swap deal that would see Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku, 26, join Inter Milan. (Express)

Barcelona have pulled out of the race to sign Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt, leaving Juventus well-placed to sign the 19-year-old Dutch international. (Marca)

Lyon's French striker Moussa Dembele, 22, has ruled out a move this summer despite links with several clubs, including Manchester United. (Goal)

Manchester City are "hours away" from announcing the signing of Eibar's Spanish goalkeeper Asier Riesgo, 35. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Burnley have told goalkeeper Joe Hart he can leave, and the 32-year-old former England number one is open to a move to Lille. (Mail)

Southampton have offered Birmingham £14m for English striker Che Adams but are prepared to walk away from the deal if the Championship side want more for the 22-year-old. (Southern Daily Echo)

Leeds United's English midfielder Jack Clarke is on the verge of signing for Tottenham. The 18-year-old will be immediately loaned back to the Championship side. (Express)

Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton are interested in signing Mainz and Ivory Coast midfielder Jean-Philippe Gbamin, 23. (Fussballtransfers - in German)

Watford, Stoke, Celtic, Fenerbache and Olympiakos are all interested in Bournemouth goalkeeper Asmir Begovic and the 32-year-old Bosnian is keen to play first-team football. (Star)

Leicester City and England defender Harry Maguire, 26, has played down the importance of Instagram activity that hinted he could be on the verge of a move to Manchester United. (Twitter)

Real Madrid are monitoring Newcastle United and Paraguay forward Miguel Almiron, 25. (TycSports, in Spanish)

England under-21 goalkeeper Dean Henderson, 22, wants to triple his wage to £75,000 a week at Manchester United. (Sun)

Wolves want Lyon's French midfielder Lucas Tousart, 22. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

West Ham still want Celta Vigo and Uruguay striker Maxi Gomez, 22, but are unlikely to pursue Bournemouth's English forward Callum Wilson, 27. (Evening Standard)

Aston Villa's hopes of signing Leeds United's Kalvin Phillips have been dashed after they were quoted £30m for the 23-year-old English midfielder. (Sun)

Juventus are hopeful of beating Liverpool and Tottenham in the race to sign West Brom's English midfielder Rekeem Harper, 19. (Mirror)

Arsenal will have to pay £13.5m for Paris St-Germain's French forward Christopher Nkunku, 21, with RB Leipzig also interested. (L'Equipe - in French)

Nottingham Forest are on the verge of signing free agent Alan Hutton, 34, after the former Scotland right-back left Aston Villa. (Sun)


West Ham confident of beating Everton to Maxime Gonalons

Jordan Harris

West Ham United are reportedly hoping to loan Maxime Gonalons, who is also on Everton's radar this summer.

West Ham are confident that they will be able to see off competition from Everton to sign Roma midfielder Maxime Gonalons on loan for the coming campaign.

Gonalons looks set to be on the move this summer after a disappointing loan spell with Sevilla. He made 10 appearances for the La Liga side as he struggled to shake off the injury-prone tag that has plagued him since his move to the Italian capital in 2017.

The Sunday Express (23/6; page 6) reports that the Serie A giants are ready to let the Frenchman go on another loan next season, and the Hammers and Toffees are weighing up whether to try and bring him to the Premier League.

And the report notes that the Irons are optimistic that they will be the ones to win the race to sign the 30-year-old this summer, with Manuel Pellegrini now looking for his fourth signing of the window, following the deals for Roberto, David Martin and Pablo Fornals.

Lucky escape for Everton?

If Gonalons stays clear of injury, he could be a very shrewd addition to West Ham's squad should they win the race for his signature. However, it seems unlikely that many Everton fans will be particularly disappointed to see him head elsewhere.

He has struggled to rediscover the form that he showed at Lyon. And his injury record suggests that it would be a roll of the dice for either club to make a move, even on loan. So it will be interesting to see which club is kicking themselves next summer if West Ham do manage to sign him.


Milan, the Premier calls Kessié: auction between Arsenal, West Ham and Spurs

The Premier League calls Franck Kessié. According to the Corriere dello Sport report this morning, the Milan midfielder would have been targeted by Arsenal, West Ham and Tottenham.

Rossoneri's opening - The 'Devil' has sensed the capital gain and is ready to unleash an auction with a starting base of at least 30 million euros as Kessié was paid 25 by Atalanta two summers ago.

The substitute - The Ivorian seems so officially on the market, also because mister Marco Giampaolo has already identified in his pupil Lucas Torreira (Arsenal) the right director in front of the defense and, at the same time, the new arrival Rade Krunic as right wing. The Rossoneri midfield goes towards a revolution, Kessié instead towards England.

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ted fenton 11:28 Sun Jun 23
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 8:36 Sun Jun 23

Texas Iron 9:20 Sun Jun 23
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Had to laugh...
" If Gonalons stays clear of injury, he could be a very shrewd addition to West Ham's squad should they win the race for his signature"
A good race to lose...😀😀

Thanks Alan 8:36 Sun Jun 23
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Mex Martillo 5:53 Sun Jun 23

Mex Martillo 5:53 Sun Jun 23
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Thanks Alan

Side of Ham 3:18 Sun Jun 23
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I don’t enjoy losing out to the Scouse but on this occasion........

pdbis 2:29 Sun Jun 23
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When will we ever learn that signing injury prone players is a total waste of both time and money.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 2:17 Sun Jun 23
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We’ve gone from Maxi Gomez to Maxi Gonads

By the end of the summer we’ll have Maxi Pads leading the line

The Stoat 1:46 Sun Jun 23
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Gonalons sounds ideal to keep our medical staff employed

Sydney_Iron 1:29 Sun Jun 23
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geoffpikey 12:43 Sun Jun 23

geoffpikey 12:43 Sun Jun 23
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Thanks Alons :-)

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