Transfer news and football gossip: Chelsea, Liverpool and Man United stars still wanted by Real Madrid, Tottenham to ‘spend £150m’ this summer, Diego Costa in trouble with Atletico Madrid

Chelsea star Eden Hazard is close to signing for Real Madrid in a €100m (£86m) deal, according to reports in Spain. (Marca)

Liverpool forward Sadio Mane and Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba remain targets for Real Madrid, with Zinedine Zidane given €500m (£430m) to spend in the summer. (Daily Mirror)

Having not signed a player for the past three transfer window, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino will spend up to £150m revamping his squad this summer. It is claimed he could look to sell England defenders Danny Rose and Kieran Trippier. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk is set to win the PFA Player of the Year award, while Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling will win the Football Writers’ award. (The Times)

Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly has denied he is set to leave the Serie A side for Manchester United. (Daily Express)

United’s experienced assistant manager Mike Phelan is reportedly advising Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on his summer transfer plans. (Manchester Evening News)

Former Chelsea striker Diego Costa is in trouble again – with reports he is refusing to train with Atletico Madrid after he was banned for eight games. (AS)

Rafa Benitez has been offered a £100m transfer budget to rebuild his Newcastle United side in a bid to persuade him to stay at St James’ Park. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal want to replace Aaron Ramsey with Hoffenheim and Germany attacking midfielder Kerem Demirbay, 25, who is rated at £22m. (Metro)

Roma striker, and former Manchester City man, Edin Dzeko is not interested in a return to England and could be set to join Inter Milan. (Calciomercato)

Southampton are considering a summer move for 30-year-old Rangers midfielder Scott Arfield. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool could play a ‘home’ pre-season friendly in London this summer – with Tottenham’s new stadium a possible venue. (Liverpool Echo)

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