08:50 UPDATE: David De Gea deadline
Manchester United star David De Gea has a week to decide on his Old Trafford future.
The Sun say the Spain star has been handed a deadline ahead of the summer transfer window.
De Gea, 28, is out of contract next summer but he is yet to be offered a new deal.
And United want an answer before the end of the season, with the Red Devils already looking at replacements.
08:25 UPDATE: Barcelona want Arsenal star
Barcelona have set their sights on a shock £70million summer move for Arsenal hit man Alexandre Lacazette.
The Catalan giants were watching closely on Thursday when Lacazette scored twice against Valencia in the Europa League semi final.
Barcelona are keen to strengthen their squad this summer with another striker and have been impressed with his partnership with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Gunners boss Unai Emery knows that he has to offload players this summer to strengthen his squad but Lacazette is one of the players he is keen to hang on to.
08:00 UPDATE: Chelsea agreement?
Chelsea have been asked to honour their agreement with Eden Hazard to let him join Real Madrid this summer.
The Sun say the Blues promised Hazard last summer he could join the Spanish giants if he stayed for another season.
Real are ready to pay £90m to land Hazard before the start of next season.
And The Sun say Hazard and his agent has told Chelsea of their agreement heading into the summer window.
07:35 UPDATE: Double Liverpool exit worry
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp may struggle to keep hold of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, Reds hero Graeme Souness claims.
“He’s really passionate, he wears his heart on his sleeve, and the Liverpool supporters love that,” Souness said of Klopp.
“I think it’s only a matter of time, whether it’s this year [or not], he will win trophies.
“I still think [Klopp] won’t be terribly happy with the lack of creativity in midfield.
“I think he needs more of that, but I think he will resolve that.
“The bigger question for me is can they hold onto Salah and Mane?
“That’s where I think the problem will come down the line.”