1. Kante is what Bayern are missing, says Kovac
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profile and calibre to Chelsea star N'Golo Kante, according to the Bundesliga champions' coach.
The France midfielder has developed into one of the best midfielders in the game and has already won the World Cup and two Premier League titles.
And Kovac says the 28-year-old is exactly the type Bayern are missing in the middle of the pitch at the moment.
2. Perisic to leave if Inter seal Champions League spot
Inter have agreed to let Ivan Perisic leave this summer if he helps the Serie Aside book a place in next season's Champions League.
The Croatia winger has long been linked with a move away from San Siro, with Manchester United and Arsenal failing in recent attempts to sign him.
But Perisic, 30, still dreams of a move to the Premier League and sees this summer as the right time to go. And Inter are willing to bid farewell to him if they achieve their goal of finishing in the Italian top-flight's top four.
But the Nerazzurri will still be demanding upwards of Ä35 million (£30m/$39m).
3. Chelsea demand £100m for Real Madrid bound Hazard
Belgian star set for summer switch
Chelsea will demand Real Madrid pay £100 million ($130m) to sign Eden Hazard this summer, Independent reports.
The Belgian attacker looks set to leave Stamford Bridge for the Spanish outfit this baccarat tricks to win
summer after constant speculation surrounding his future.
Although Hazard wants to join the Santiago Bernabeu side, Chelsea will not let him go easily and will demand a large fee for their star man.
4. Richarlison staying put at Everton
Liverpool target Richarlison will not be leaving Goodison Park as it emerged he is one of the favourites of Everton owner Farhad Moshiri.
According to the Mirror, the 21-year-old is happy at the Toffees despite reports that his agent visited the house of Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp recently.
And a source at Everton revealed just how highly Richarlison is rated by Moshiri.
"Farhad loves Richarlison and believes he can go on to become one of the best players in the world," the source told the Mirror.
"Thereís no way he would contemplate him leaving right now, and especially to Liverpool. It will never happen.
"He is one of the players he expects the manager to build his team around. He is not for sale, itís as simple as that."
5. Manchester United identify transfer priority in the summer
Securing the futures of Paul Pogba and David De Gea is the No.1 for priority for Manchesteer United in the upcoming off-season.
Pogba and De Gea have both been linked with moves to Real Madrid, but the Mirror claims the Red Devils have told potential suitors that neither player is for sale.
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2021 with United having the option to extend by another year if they wish, while De Gea is a more pressing issue with his deal running out at the end of next season.
Zinedine Zidane has been full of praise for Pogba since taking back the reins at Madrid last month.