Paper round-up: Ozil being offered to clubs

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The Daily Telegraph reports that Arsenal are touting Mesut Ozil to clubs in an attempt to offload him this summer.

Ozil’s relationship with the club appears to have deteriorated and he is out of favour under Gunners boss Unai Emery.

The Telegraph say intermediaries have approaching clubs to see if they would be interested in signing the German.

Offloading Ozil would potentially bring in much-needed funds for Arsenal, who face working to a tight budget in the next transfer window.

The Sun say Arsenal and Chelsea both want AC Milan’s Frank Kessie but that Paris St-Germain have moved ahead of both London clubs in a race to sign the midfielder.

There continues to be speculation over the futures of Chelsea star Eden Hazard and head coach Maurizio Sarri.

The Daily Mirror say Real Madrid believe Chelsea’s woes under Sarri will make it easier for them to sign Hazard this summer.

The Sun claim Chelsea want to replace Sarri with former Real boss Zinedine Zidane.

Meanwhile, Crystal Palace star Aaron Wan-Bissaka continues to be linked with a possible move away from Selhurst Park.

Manchester City have been linked with the right-back, whose performances for Roy Hodgson’s side have led to speculation that he could get an England call-up.

Now The Sun has declared that City boss Pep Guardiola “will face serious competition for the £40million-rated star” from Borussia Dortmund, who are apparently keen on him too.




 



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