Paper round-up: Man Utd told Crystal Palace star will cost huge fee

Manchester United would have to pay £50m in order to sign Crystal Palace full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, the Daily Mirror say.

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking for a new right-back, with Antonio Valencia having left and Matteo Darmian set to follow him out of Old Trafford.

Wan-Bissaka is said to be Solskjaer’s first choice but Palace are reluctant to let him go.

Meanwhile, the Daily Express say Tottenham have pulled out of the race to sign Palace star Wilfried Zaha because of a £100m price tag.

West Ham are interested in signing Club Brugge striker Wesley Moraes, the Mirror say.

Newcastle and Lazio are also said to be interested in the Brazilian, who has impressed in Belgium this season.

Moraes is quoted as saying: “I have a preference for the Premier League, but we’ll see what happens, I have to give it a go.”

The Daily Star say West Ham are keen to sign striker Salomon Rondon, who has been on loan at Newcastle from West Brom, while the Daily Mail say the Hammers want Cardiff’s on loan midfielder Victor Camarasa.

Tottenham have held talks to sign Celta Vigo’s Uruguayan striker Maxi Gomez, the Star say.

Tottenham’s youth players have cancelled their holiday plans to help the first-team train for the Champions League final, according to the Mail.

The Sun suggest Chelsea could accept their transfer ban for this summer in the hope of it being lifted for the January transfer window.

Maurizio Sarri continues to be linked with the manager’s job at Juventus.

The Sun and the Daily Telegraph say Chelsea would let their head coach go for £5m in compensation – there has been speculation about Sarri’s position for some time.

The Star declare that Derby fear Chelsea will look to appoint former Blues star Frank Lampard after his impressive first season as Rams boss.

Chelsea must pay Sarri’s predecessor Antonio Conte £9m in compensation after the Italian won his legal battle over the club’s sacking of him last summer, The Times reports.

And a number of newspapers report that former Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, currently with Arsenal, will return to Stamford Bridge as sporting director when he retires from playing after the Europa League final.




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