Transfer Gossip: Everton wants Diego Costa as Neuer considers leaving Bayern Munich
Transfer Gossip: Everton wants Diego Costa as Neuer considers leaving Bayern Munich
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Transfer Gossip: Everton wants Diego Costa as Neuer considers leaving Bayern Munich

Mail on Sunday reports that Everton owner Farhad Moshiri wants the Toffees to look into signing Atletico Madrid and Spain striker Diego Costa, 30, as he looks to make a "statement signing" this summer.

Arsenal is interested in Bournemouth's Scotland winger Ryan Fraser, 25, as an alternative to Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha. (Sunday Mirror)

England full-back Danny Rose, 29, heads a list of eight players that Tottenham is looking to offload this summer. (Mail on Sunday)

Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic's agent has flown to London for talks with Manchester United representatives about a potential transfer for the 24-year-old Serbia international. (Sport Mediaset - in Italian)

Bournemouth and Netherlands center-back Nathan Ake has emerged as a shock £40m target for Manchester City. The 24-year-old would be signed as an alternative to Leicester City's Harry Maguire. (Sunday Mirror)

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Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, 33, is considering leaving Bayern Munich this summer, according to his agent. (Suddeutsche Zeitung - in German)

Ghana forward Jordan Ayew, 27, will join Crystal Palace from Swansea for around £2.5m as soon as the Africa Cup of Nations ends. (Guardian)

Manchester United's Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku wants to leave the club and has been offered to Juventus and Napoli. (Sun on Sunday)

Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff is "bitterly upset" about Rafael Benitez's exit and the 21-year-old is, therefore, considering his future at the club. (Sunday Mirror)

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