Transfer rumours: Dybala, Haaland, Van de Beek, Odegaard

Tottenham and Chelsea are potential contenders to sign Argentina striker Paulo Dybala, 27, from Juventus. (France Football, via Sport Witness)external-linkParis St-Germain's Argentine midfielder Leandro Paredes has confirmed he was told by club bosses "not to talk about Lionel Messi" amid transfer speculation linking the Barcelona's 33-year-old forward with a move to the French capital. (Le…

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Tottenham and Chelsea are capability contenders to note Argentina striker Paulo Dybala, 27, from Juventus. (France Soccer, by plan of Sport Gaze)external-hyperlink

Paris St-Germain's Argentine midfielder Leandro Paredes has confirmed he became as soon as instructed by membership bosses "to now not discuss about Lionel Messi" amid switch speculation linking the Barcelona's 33-year-ragged forward with a switch to the French capital. (Le Journal du Dimanche - in French)external-hyperlink

Chelsea are enthusiastic in in conjunction with 25-year-ragged Germany forward Timo Werner in an ingredient-alternate care for Borussia Dortmund to bring Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, 20, to Stamford Bridge in the summertime. (Soccer Insider)external-hyperlink

Meanwhile, Manchester United will level of interest on Haaland as a top-precedence signing, whereas any manner for Tottenham's 27-year-ragged England forward Harry Kane is now viewed as now not seemingly. (Manchester Night News)external-hyperlink

Dutch midfielder Donny van de Beek, 23, wants to leave Manchester United after lower than a season at Weak Trafford and has requested a assembly with membership bosses. (Large name)external-hyperlink

Arsenal are looking at retaining True Madrid midfielder Martin Odegaard, 22, at Emirates Stadium next season, with the London membership exploring both one other loan or permanent switch for the Norway worldwide. (Mail)external-hyperlink

Plans to enable 20,000 fans to uncover the FA Cup final at Wembley may maybe perchance be restricted to local supporters to mitigate pointless lunge back and forth, meaning fans basically based outside London may maybe perchance be unable to abet. (Telegraph - subscription required)external-hyperlink

Chelsea hope to agree a brand unique contract with Antonio Rudiger, 28, earlier than this summer's Euros to manual sure of allowing the Germany defender to enter the final year of his current deal. (Mail)external-hyperlink

True Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane says reports that Juventus and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 36, wants to return to the Spanish membership this summer may maybe perchance be lawful. (Sky Italia, by plan of Sky Sports activities)external-hyperlink

Hatayspor striker Aaron Boupendza is desirous to switch to the Premier League and is being monitored by a selection of clubs, in conjunction with Southampton, Tottenham, Leicester, West Ham, Newcastle United, Crystal Palace and Wolves. Boupendza's Gabon worldwide team-mate Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has also spoken to Arsenal in regards to the 24-year-ragged. (90 min)external-hyperlink

Barcelona are ready to present a brand unique contract to France forward Ousmane Dembele, 23, who has previously been linked with a capability switch to Manchester United. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)external-hyperlink

Southampton forward Che Adams, 24, is enthusiastic in switching his worldwide allegiance to Scotland despite representing England at youth stage. (Mail)external-hyperlink

West Brom are among a selection of clubs monitoring the growth of Newport's English defender Priestley Farquharson, 24. (Soccer Insider)external-hyperlink

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