Man City duo linked with Tottenham as part of Kane swap deal

Tottenham are interested in Gabriel Jesus and could consider a swap deal with Manchester City involving Harry Kane, according to the Daily Star Sunday.

It comes amid speculation over the future of Kane, who has indicated that he wants to leave Spurs this summer.

City have been linked with a move for the England captain and it is claimed that a cash-plus-player deal involving Jesus could be agreed.

The Star suggest Nathan Ake is another City player who could move to north London as part of a deal involving Kane.

The same newspaper also say Aston Villa are looking to sign both Tammy Abraham and Ruben Loftus-Cheek from Chelsea this summer.

Abraham is out of favour at Stamford Bridge, while Loftus-Cheek, who has been on loan at Fulham, also looks likely to move on.

Villa are said to be ready to pay in excess of £30m for Abraham, who scored 25 goals while on loan with them in their 2018/19 promotion-winning season.

It is also claimed that Southampton want Loftus-Cheek but that Villa are keen to snap him up.

Meanwhile, promoted Watford are interested in signing Eddie Nketiah from Arsenal, according to the Sunday Mirror.

The Sunday Express pick up on reports linking Arsenal with Newcastle forward Allan Saint-Maximin.

And the Daily Mail reports that Dani Ceballos does not want another loan move following his time with Arsenal and wants to either stay at Real Madrid or leave on a permanent basis.