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Shola Ameobi and Seb Larsson are on Hull’s summer wish list ahead of their maiden Europa League tilt. (Daily Mirror)

West Ham United will go head to head with Southampton for the signature of French left-back Kolo. (Daily Mirror)

Swansea are chasing Reading’s Alex McCarthy with Michel Vorm also possibly Liverpool-bound. (Daily Mirror)

Arsene Wenger is set to sign bumper new three-year contractat Arsenal in the next 72 hours. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal are interested in Karim Benzema and Lars Bender. (Daily Mail)

Promoted Burnley want to sign Bournemouth’s Steve Cook. (The Sun)

Everton and Tottenham could both be in the running for James Milner if he decides to leave Manchester City this summer. (Metro)

Liverpool are looking at a £10m deal for Bayer Leverkusen’s German U-21 international midfielder Emre Can, 20. (Daily Mail)

West Ham and Southampton are battling to sign Nice’s £8m-rated left back Timothee Kolodziejczak, 22 while Crystal Palace are also interested. (Daily Mail)

Italian side Juventus are keen to sign Manchester United defender Patrice Evra, 33, on a two-year contract after holding talks over the weekend with the Frenchman, who was reportedly spotted in Turin on Friday ahead of proposed medical tests and negotiations. (Daily Mail)

Atletico Madrid’s on-loan goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 22, still does not know whether he will return to his parent club Chelsea and challenge Petr Cech for a starting place next season. (Talksport)

Manchester United plan to confirm Dutchman Louis van Gaal as their new manager on Monday. (The Sun)

David Beckham, 39, is being tempted to come out of retirement by Bolivian side Club Bolivar’s president Marcelo Claure to play in the Copa Libertadores. (The Sun)

Former Brighton manager Oscar Garcia wants to be the next Southampton manager – if Mauricio Pochettino leaves to join Tottenham. (Daily Star)

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