A round up of the transfer news, rumours a News from Friday’s papers!

Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumors, Gossip and speculation from all todays papers….

DAILY MIRROR

Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane is the target for Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho this summer.

Manuel Pellegrini may be heading to Napoli this summer, if he is sacked by Manchester City.

DAILY STAR

Chelsea are to open contract talks with Jose Mourinho whose current deal does not end until the summer of 2016.

Southampton are hoping to tie down Nathaniel Clyne and Morgan Schneiderlin to new long term deals by offering whopping pay rises to the pair.

Former Stoke manager Tony Pulis says current Potters’ boss Mark Hughes should not get all the credit to leading the team into eighth spot in the Premier League table.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal will be offered one of four PSG players as the Ligue 1 side look to sign Angel Di Maria.

THE SUN

Chelsea will give Jose Mourinho £75m to spend on new players this season.

Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard says every player cheats in a bid to win football matches. The 34-year-old says: “Players want to win so much. Players will try every trick in the book to get over the line.”

Leicester are hoping to extend the contracts of six players whose deals come to an end in the summer. They include Esteban Cambiasso and Matthew Upson.

DAILY MAIL

Italian World Cup winner Gennaro Gattuso has applied for the vacant manager’s job at League One side Oldham Athletic.

UEFA president Michel Platini is ‘concerned’ at the behaviour of players who try to intimidate referees into giving them favourable decisions.

West Ham could be without James Tomkins for the rest of the season after being injured during training. It is feared he is suffering from a dislocated shoulder.

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