All The Football Stories From Monday’s Papers (Featuring Alex Iwobi And Kelechi Nwakali)

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Olivier Giroud has emerged as a target for Juventus, with the Arsenal striker and Paris Saint-Germain’s Edinson Cavani being looked at by the Serie A club.

Danny Ings’ compensation fee will be the ‘biggest in history’, according to Burnley chief executive David Baldwin.

Pep Guardiola wants to pair Sergio Aguero with Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski next season when he takes over as Manchester City manager.

Remi Garde is set to depart Aston Villa as former Leicester boss Nigel Pearson emerges as the early front-runner for the job.

Roy Hodgson’s friendly preparations for the upcoming England games have been disrupted by Gary Neville’s decision to delay his return.

Mario Gotze could be heading for the Bayern Munich exit door – with Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool set to pounce.

Jay Rodriguez announced his return from injury in style with a hat-trick for Southampton’s U21s as they beat Liverpool 5-0.

Real Madrid were told Jose Mourinho had signed a pre-contract deal with Manchester United as early as last month, according to reports in Spain.

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has told Manchester City to forget about signing any Bayern Munich players this summer – “contracts are contracts” the German great said.

Mesut Ozil is ready to leave Arsenal if Arsene Wenger remains in charge, according to reports in Spain.

Kelechi Nwakali has reportedly signed a five-year deal to join Arsenal in a deal brokered by Gunners favourite Nwankwo Kanu.

Paul Pogba is set to quit Juventus this summer and return to the Premier League, with former club Manchester United leading the race to sign him. Manchester City and Chelsea are also interested in the Frenchman.

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The FA are making a last-ditch bid to try to stop Arsenal starlet Alex Iwobi committing his international future to Nigeria.

Gary Neville is now set to stay with Valencia until Thursday rather than meeting up with England.

Aston Villa are set to call time on Remi Garde’s troubled reign as manager this week as the club begin the task of preparing for life in the Sky Bet Championship.

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