A round up of the transfer news, rumours and gossip from Mondays papers!

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

Ryan Giggs insists that Manchester United have the right players to challenge for the Premier League title next season. (The Sun)

Vincent Kompany insists that Manchester City’s know-how will land them the Premier League title. (The Sun)

Louis van Gaal wants Manchester United to announce him as their new boss this week to end any speculation. (The Sun)

The West Ham board is split over whether to axe manager Sam Allardyce at the end of the season. (The Sun)

Liverpool are monitoring Bayer Leverkusen team-mates Emre Can and Heung-Min Son. (Daily Star)

Schalke’s 20-year-old left-back Sead Kolasina has emerged as a potential target for Manchester United. (Daily Express)

Stoke City boss Mark Hughes is optimistic he will sign Liverpool winger Oussama Assaidi on a permanent deal. (Daily Express)

Roberto Martinez is convinced Everton’s Champions League dream is still alive. (Daily Express)

Louis van Gaal’s top targets this summer if he took over at Manchester United would be Bayern Munich’s Toni Kroos and Roma’s Kevin Strootman. (Daily Mirror)

Alan Pardew is ready to make a bid to bring Swansea’s Jonjo Shelvey to Newcastle. (Daily Mirror)

West Ham co-owner David Sullivan has said their managerial situation will be discussed in the summer after fans’ angry protests against Sam Allardyce. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool have shown an interest in Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazett. (Daily Mail)

Fenerbahce are willing to offer Bacary Sagna £100,000 a week to leave Arsenal. (Daily Mail)

West Ham midfielder Joe Cole will leave the club this summer when his contract runs out. (Daily Mail)

Rio Ferdinand has admitted he is embarrassed by Manchester United’s shambolic season. (Daily Mail)

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