Transfers: Liverpool to sign Yaya Toure, Sule

Yaya Toure

Yaya Toure

Yaya Toure
Yaya Toure

Bookmakers say Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, 32, is most likely to sign for Liverpool if the Ivorian decides to join another Premier League club this summer.(Metro)

Liverpool have approached Hoffenheim over the availability of 20-year-old centre-back Niklas Sule. (Sports Bild via Daily Star)

Italian champions Juventus will try and sign Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud, 29, this summer if they miss out on their first choice, Paris St-Germain’s Edison Cavani, 29.(Tuttosport via Daily Express)

The agent of Napoli midfielder Jorginho, 24, has invited Arsenal to begin negotiations over a potential summer move for his client. (Radio Crc via Metro)

Former Leicester boss Nigel Pearson is the front-runner to replace the Remi Garde at Aston Villa with the Frenchman expected to be sacked.(Daily Mail)

The Football Association is making a last-ditch attempt to try to stop Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi, 19, from committing his international future to Nigeria.(Daily Mirror)

Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri is heading to Rome for the international break to escape the pressure of the Foxes’ Premier League title chase.(Sky Sports)

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Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland, 23, says he signed a new five-year contract at the Britannia Stadium because he believes the club will qualify for European competitions in the future. (Daily Telegraph)

Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton, 29, could get a shock call to the England squad following the injury to Manchester City’s Joe Hart. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Manchester United look set to beat Arsenal to the signing of Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez, 21, in a £31m deal. (Don Balon via Daily Express)

However, the Old Trafford club may miss out on Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin, 23, whose agent says the Italy international wishes to stay in Serie A.(Radio Kiss Kiss via Daily Star)

World Cup winner Mario Gotze is attracting the interest of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, with the 23-year-old finding himself on the bench again for Bayern Munich. (Metro)

Chris Coleman is no closer to agreeing a new deal with Wales, despite the national team manager’s contract running out in the summer.(Daily Mail)

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