Manchester United may struggle to sell Luke Shaw, according to reports.
The left-back looks poised to leave Old Trafford at the end of the season after failing to curry favour from Jose Mourinho.
United have been keeping close tabs on Tottenham star Danny Rose as a potential replacement.
But the Daily Mirror claim a £50million price-tag has been slapped on Rose to deter suitors.
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he obvious club to splash out and throw the 23-year-old Belgian straight in the team would be his former side, Chelsea
Arsenal are targeting a deal for Sunderland’s Jordan Pickford, reports claim.
Concerns have been raised over Petr Cech’s performances this term.
At 34, he appears to be in the autumn of his career.
And the Bleacher Report suggest the Gunners will step up their interest in the summer.
Jordan Pickford is now on Arsenal's radar
It is said scouts were sent to watch Pickford during Sunderland’s 1-0 defeat to Watford in midweek.
Chelsea are the ‘obvious’ choice for Romelu Lukaku, according to Danny Murphy.
The Blues along with Manchester United are keen on signing the £60million-rated Everton forward.
And BBC Sport pundit Murphy thinks a move for Lukaku would only be possible if Diego Costa was sold first.
“Lukaku) is a fantastic athlete who scores lots of goals but he is still learning the game and, under the right coach and around better players, he is going to get better – the question is, where?,” Murphy told BBC.
“Everton are an ambitious club and a fantastic platform for Lukaku to continue his development but if a Champions League side come in for him and tell him he is going to be first choice, there is not much of an argument for him stay.
“That is a big 'if' because he comes with a £60m price tag, but there is already plenty of speculation about Lukaku's next move.
“The obvious club to splash out and throw the 23-year-old Belgian straight in the team would be his former side, Chelsea, if they were to sell Diego Costa.”