Transfer talk: Spurs among clubs linked with Bolton’s Broughton

Tottenham are among Premier League clubs interested in Bolton Wanderers youngster Max Broughton, the Mail say.

Manchester United, Everton and Southampton are also said to be keen on the 16-year-old midfielder.

He is reported to have attracted the attention of top-flight clubs with his performances for Bolton’s Under-18s this season.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror say Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is ready to commit his future to Arsenal.

The Mirror have linked the England international with Liverpool but now claim he is ready to snub a potential move to Anfield and stay with the Gunners.

There has been much speculation about his future as he has one year remaining on his contract and has yet to sign a new deal.

Liverpool are desperate to sign Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer, the Mirror claim. 

The Mirror also claim Eden Hazard is open to a move to Real Madrid because he wants to win the Champions League.

The newspaper say Chelsea star Hazard watched Real retain the trophy this weekend and is interested in joining the La Liga giants.

The story is based on comments he made to the Belgian media and comes two days after the Mirror reported that Hazard intends to stay at Chelsea. 

“Of course I will look at that. Honestly, I do not know what will happen to me,” Hazard is reported to have said when asked if he would be open to a move to Real.

“I only know that I have three years left on my contract with Chelsea and that we had a great season last year with the coach and the players. We want to go on with the Champions League next year.

“We had a great season together with Antonio and other players. We want to go further, including in the Champions League. I feel good at Chelsea, but you never know what can happen.

“I have not met the (Chelsea) management yet. First I have two more matches with Belgium. Those are the most important now. Then a month’s holiday.

“Honestly, I want to think about football as little as possible.”

And QPR are interested in Real Zaragoza striker Angel, the Mail say.




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