RUMOUR MILL: Sanchez wants La Liga return | Sturridge set for showdown talks with Klopp | Chelsea target Real Madrid's Morata

Alexis Sanchez. Photo: Shutterstock.Alexis Sanchez. Photo: Shutterstock.
Alexis Sanchez. Photo: Shutterstock.
Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez has decided to quit Arsenal this summer and return to La Liga, with Sevilla favourites to land the former Barcelona man and Atletico Madrid also interested. (Daily Star)

Liverpool star Daniel Sturridge will have crunch talks with Jurgen Klopp at the end of the season, with the striker’s departure looking increasingly likely. (Daily Telegraph)

Chelsea have offered £34m for Real Madrid forward Alvaro Morata but president Florentino Perez will not entertain a deal for anything less than £42.6m. (Daily Star)

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The Stamford Bridge club, meanwhile, face a battle to keep hold of Diego Costa after he was offered a staggering £38m a year to join the Chinese Super League revolution. (The Sun)

Toby Alderweireld is close to penning a new contract with Tottenham - with the deal also dropping his £25m release clause. (The Sun)

Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United have secured an option to buy Benfica defender Victor Lindelof at the end of the season after Manchester City and Barcelona showed interest. (Daily Star)

West Ham have rejected offers from Chinese clubs for Andy Carroll. The Hammers striker was a target for Tianjin Quanjian, Hebei China Fortune and Shandong Luneng. (Daily Mail)

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Roy Hodgson has emerged as a contender to succeed Claudio Ranieri as Leicester City manager, though Craig Shakespeare remains in pole position. (Daily Telegraph)

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has dropped a massive hint that Joe Hart will not play for the club again and is targeting a move for striker Fernando Llorente. (Daily Mail)

Norwich City boss Alex Neil is now the bookies’ favourite to become the next permanent manager of Rangers. (Daily Record)

Italian giants Inter Milan have been urged to sign Chelsea target Marco Verratti from PSG by San Siro great Nicola Berti. (Various)