Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Evening

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EVENING STANDARD

  • Bayern Munich are still interested in bringing Callum Hudson-Odoi to Germany in the summer, despite the Chelsea winger suffering a serious Achilles injury against Burnley on Monday.
  • QPR have held talks with former West Brom manager Darren Moore about taking over at Loftus Road.
  • Crystal Palace are tracking Birmingham striker Che Adams as they look to bolster their attacking options in the summer.
  • Roma are hoping to appoint Antonio Conte after cooling their interest in Maurizio Sarri.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

  • Everton may need to ship 20 players out of Goodison Park over the summer, as they look to work with a leaner squad. The club plans to work with a squad of 20 outfield senior players next season.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

  • Newcastle are set to give up in their hopes of signing Chelsea loanee Kenedy, after being quoted a price of £30m.
  • Newcastle’s wage budget appears to have increased by only 17 per cent, to £94m, the year after the club won the Championship – one of the smallest rises in the Premier League.

PINK’UN

  • French club Lyon are reportedly considering a £10m bid for Norwich defender Ben Godfrey, rivalling Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal in the race to sign him.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

  • West Bromwich Albion may wait until the close season to appoint their new manager, to ensure sufficient ‘due diligence’ can take place.

FOOTBALL.LONDON

  • Heung-Son Min says he will be more nervous missing Tottenham’s first leg of their Champions League semi-final with Ajax than he would have been were he in the team.

SOUTHERN DAILY ECHO

  • Shane Long says he is playing for his Southampton future ahead of entering the final year of his contract, having scored four goals in his last five Premier League games.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

  • Chris Mepham says it will be “massive” for Bournemouth to keep hold of their star assets this summer.

EDINBURGH NEWS

  • Ofir Marciano remains committed to Hibs despite being offered more money from clubs in Israel to return to his homeland.

LEICESTER MERCURY

  • Two Hastings United players, Jamie Fielding and Adam Lovatt, did “very well” during a trial at Leicester last week, according to the non-league club’s boss, with Brendan Rodgers and Kolo Toure said to have run the rule over the pair.

NOTTINGHAM POST

  • Nottingham Forest boss Martin O’Neill says he has started to put “peripheral” plans in place ahead of the summer transfer window, but is yet to receive confirmation of his budget.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

  • Harrison Reed will not be returning to Blackburn after his loan spell from Southampton was cut short by injury.

BOLTON NEWS

  • Bolton will not throw their young players in at the deep end despite relegation having been confirmed, according to assistant manager Steve Parkin.
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