A round up of the transfer news, rumours a News from Tuesdays papers!

Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumours, Gossip and speculation from all today’s newspapers

Chelsea have agreed a £32m fee with Atletico Madrid for striker Diego Costa. (The Sun)

Louis van Gaal has vowed to make Manchester United a force again. (The Sun)

West Brom could turn to old boy Derek McInnes in their hunt for a new manager.

Kevin Nolan claims West Ham bosses would be crazy to sack Sam Allardyce. (The Sun)

Oscar Garcia resigns as Brighton boss, with Spurs chief Tim Sherwood in line to replace him. (The Sun)

Alan Pardew is going to be given time to rebuild his Newcastle squad. (The Sun)

England left-back Luke Shaw will join Manchester United from Southampton for £27m before the World Cup in Brazil. (Daily Mail)

Rio Ferdinand’s Manchester United career is over after the veteran defender was informed that he will not be offered a new contract. (Daily Mail)

Brendan Rodgers has been crowned LMA Manager of the Year at a glittering end of season ceremony on Monday evening. (Daily Mail)

Roy Hodgson claimed England could win the World Cup on Monday as he prepares to unleash his young Lions in Brazil. (Daily Mail)

Tim Sherwood will hold crunch talks with chairman Daniel Levy on Tuesday, a meeting that is expected to signal the end of his reign as Tottenham boss. (Daily Mail)

On the day he was named in the England World Cup squad, Luke Shaw was also on the brink of completing his transfer to Old Trafford. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United want Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels to replace Rio Ferdinand. (Daily Express)

Ferdinand was told by United’s executive vice chairman Ed Woodward that the club would not be extending the one-year deal that expires this summer. (Daily Express)

Paul Lambert is flying out to New York to discuss his Aston Villa future with owner Randy Lerner after the club was put up for sale. (Daily Express)

Louis van Gaal is open to keeping Ryan Giggs as his number two at Manchester United. (Daily Express)

Sebastian Giovinco’s agent has opened the door for a move to Arsenal this summer after admitting the diminutive striker’s future at Juventus remains uncertain. (Daily Express)


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