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

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

DAILY STAR

Schalke have joined both Liverpool and Manchester United in the race to land midfielder Sami Khedira when the German’s contract expires at Real Madrid this summer.

Despite being linked with a move to Real Madrid, goalkeeper David de Gea is hinting he wants to remain at Manchester United although reports say he does not have a good relationship with Old Trafford boss Louis van Gaal.

Valencia are set to hand in-demand left-back Jose Luis Gaya a new deal in order to keep the 19-year-old out of the hands of Arsenal and Manchester United.

Chelsea skipper John Terry has told Tottenham’s rising star Harry Kane: “You’ve achieved nothing yet.” The teams meet at Wembley on Sunday in the Capital One Cup final.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce believes England manager Roy Hodgson should pick James Tomkins for next month’s Euro qualifier against Lithuania.

THE SUN

Stoke boss Mark Hughes is keen to make on-loan Victor Moses a permanent signing next season – and he hopes Chelsea will sell him for around £7million.

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew has warned West Ham they “may lose the special atmosphere of Upton Park” when they make the move to the Olympic Stadium in August 2016.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester United are still keen on signing PSG defender Marquinhos at the end of the season.

Recently appointed Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood says his squad have become “too scared to lose” which is “preventing them from expressing themselves on the pitch.”

Sky Sports football pundit Jamie Carragher thinks Manchester’s City’s “ageing squad have become too reliant on Yaya Toure.”

Roberto Martinez has jumped to the defence of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger who has been heavily criticised in recent days. The Everton manager says of his Gunners’ counterpart: ‘You will not appreciate how much you miss him until he has gone.”

DAILYEXPRESS

Ledley King, who captained Tottenham to League Cup success in 2008, believes the current squad are well placed to build on this season’s achievements.

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