Paper round-up: Rose among eight Spurs players who can go

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Danny Rose is among eight Tottenham players available for a move this summer, according to the Mail on Sunday.

The newspaper say chairman Daniel Levy wants players sold to help pay for the club’s new stadium and record signing Tanguy Ndombele.

Rose is said to be on the list of available players along with Kieran Trippier, Serge Aurier, Victor Wanyama, Vincent Janssen, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Josh Onomah and Marcus Edwards.

The Mail on Sunday also say Rose’s exit will lead to Ben Davies being first-choice left-back and that the Welshman is close to agreeing a new five-year contract.

Meanwhile, Arsenal continue to be linked with Bournemouth’s Scotland winger Ryan Fraser.

The Sunday Mirror say Fraser has been lined up an an alternative to Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha, who has also been linked with the Gunners.

Barcelona’s Malcom is another player to be linked with Arsenal, who face competition to sign him from Paris St-Germain – again according to the Sunday Mirror.

Swansea striker Jordan Ayew is set to move to Palace for around £2.5m, according to The Observer.

The Sun on Sunday say West Ham co-owner David Sullivan could rescue financially-troubled Bolton by taking control of their stadium and hotel in a £12m deal which would not contradict English football’s ownership rules.

Burnley want to sign defender Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea for £15m, according to the Daily Star Sunday.

The Sunday Mirror suggest Ashley Cole could join the ex-Chelsea players in backroom roles at the club under new manager Frank Lampard.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s new Chelsea contract is worth £150,000 a week, according to the Mail on Sunday. 

And the Sunday Mirror say Sheffield United are set to table a bid for Brentford striker Neal Maupay.




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