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1. Premier League sides watching non-league defender

Wolves, Brighton and Norwich are all monitoring learn how to play roulette game Leyton Orient defender Dan Happe, reports The Sun.

The 20-year-old has excelled this season as Leyton Orient sit atop the National League, looking to be promoted to League Two next season.

Happe's contract expires at the end of next season, and could be available for as little as £200,000.

2. Man Utd and Man City to battle over Felix

The Benfica wonderkid could cost up to £100m

Manchester United are set to battle city rivals Manchester City for Benficaforward Joao Felix, according to The Sun.

The 19-year-old forward has attracted attention from some of Europe's biggest clubs after scoring 10 goals in 18 league matches this season.

Both Manchester clubs are joined by Real Madrid and Juventus in the chase for Felix, who could cost up to £100 million (Ä118m/$133m).

3. Manchester United prepare Hudson-Odoi offer

Manchester United are preparing a summer bid for Callum Hudson-Odoi, according to The Times.

The 18-year-old wants to leave Chelsea after handing in a transfer request in January, only to have the club turn down a move to Bayern Munich.

But with a transfer ban looming, Chelsea are determined to keep hold of one of their most prized assets.

4. Man Utd to persist with Alexis, risking De Gea's future

The goalkeeper is holding out for a similar deal to the underperforming Chilean

Manchester United do not want to cut their losses on Alexis Sanchez, despite the ramifications that may pose to David de Gea's future.

Sanchez is the club's highest earner, making around £400,000 per week, and United have not found any takers for the underperforming Chilean.

United are in negotiations with De Gea over a new contract but will refuse to make the goalkeeper their highest earner, which could imperil his future at how to sign up at w88 the club.

5. City hopeful over Sane extension

Manchester City are convinced they can tie winger Leroy Sane down to a new contract.

The Mirror reports that the Premier League giants are looking to double the former Schalke starís wages and want to get a deal done before the end of the season.

6. Leverkusen set huge price for Bayern target

Bayern Munich have been told they will have to pay at least Ä100 million (£85m/$112.5m) if they are to have any hope of signing wonderkid Kai Havertz in the summer tranfer window, according to SportBild.

Bavarian boss Uli Hoeness has made no secret of the club's plans to invest heavily ahead of the new season, with more business to be done after the signings of Benjamin Pavard and Lucas Hernandez.

Havertz, 19, is already widely regarded as a top talent but given his tender years there is little to say he will not develop into a global star. As such, Leverkusen's money men will not let the youngster go cheaply.

7. Man Utd plan triple summer swoop

Solskjaer wants three new Lions

Manchester United are lining up moves for English trio Jadon Sancho, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Declan Rice, according to claims from The Sun.

The report states that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to strengthen the club's English spine and has identified Sancho, Wan-Bissaka and Rice as his primary home-grown targets.

It is also said that Leicester's Harry Maguire remains a target, though Man Utd would have to sell a centre-back to make space for the World Cup star.

8. Leicester won't sell stars in the summer

Leicester City will not be bullied into selling in-demand players such as Harry Maguire, Ben Chilwell and James Maddison, according to the Mirror.

Maguire has been on Man Utd's shopping list for some time, while Man City have been credited more than once with an interest in full-back Chilwell.

Maddison, meanwhile, has been linked with a move to Spurs, but the report claims How to sign up for a sportsbook account at w88 the Foxes' board will not budge on selling any of their best players who are tied to long-term deals.
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