Football rumours from the media
WHAT THE PAPERS SAY
There could be a mass exodus at Tottenham after their failure to win the Premier League title.
The Sun is reporting that ERIC DIER, KYLE WALKER and DANNY ROSE all want to leave White Hart Lane after interest from Manchester United and Manchester City.
If Walker does leave, Spurs have already lined up a replacement as they have began discussions with DANI ALVES over a potential move from Juventus, according to Yahoo.
MOUSSA SISSOKO is another player linked with the exit door. Spanish outlet Don Balon claims Barcelona are keen on him, but face competition from Real Madrid and AC Milan.
One person who will not be leaving the club in the summer is boss MAURICIO POCHETTINO who has told Inter Milan he will not become their next coach.
Arsenal's hopes of keeping hold of ALEXIS SANCHEZ depend on whether they make the top four, the Daily Express writes.
The Chilean has been the standout performer for the Gunners this season but, having stalled on a new contract, he could leave in the summer if there is no Champions League football at the Emirates next season.
The Guardian claims that Chelsea are ready to offer goalkeeper THIBAUT COURTOIS £150,000 per week to stay at the club, amid interest from Real Madrid.
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PLAYERS TO WATCH
BERNARDO SILVA: The Metro is reporting that BERNADO SILVA, a Manchester United target, has hinted he wants to leave Monaco this summer.
WILFRIED ZAHA: The Crystal Palace winger has told his club he is ready to pen a £110,000-per-week five-year deal, according to the Guardian.
TOM CAIRNEY: The Daily Telegraph writes that Fulham midfielder Cairney is set to move to Newcastle after his side missed out on promotion from the Championship.
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