Tottenham to sell four stars, West Ham want Evans, Allardyce edging towards Everton exit? Top gossip from Friday's papers
Here's all the top gossip from Friday's newspapers and online...
Tottenham are preparing to raise around £170million in funds by selling four first team stars this summer. The Wembley tenants are willing to offload Danny Rose, Toby Alderweireld, Victor Wanyama and Mousa Dembele as long as they receive substantial bids for each. (Daily Mail)
West Ham will make an approach for Jonny Evans when West Brom's relegation is confirmed. The Baggies defender has an escape clause of just £3million if the they go down. Crystal Palace, Newcastle, Leicester, Everton are also interested, while Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United have also been linked. (Daily Mirror)
Sam Allardyce's future as Everton manager is in the balance after he failed to receive public backing from Farhad Moshiri. (Daily Mail)
Claude Puel is fighting to save his job as Leicester City manager, ahead of a substantial squad overhaul in the summer. Puel’s position is becoming increasingly precarious after a torrid run of four wins from 17 Premier League games, amid growing tension over his methods and management style. (Daily Telegraph)
Arsenal are ready to fight Atletico Madrid and Napoli for Germany keeper Bernd Leno. The Bayer Leverkusen No 1, who has also been eyed by Liverpool, is thought to have told his Bundesligas club he will leave in the summer. (The Sun)
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