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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Maurizio Sarri is due to meet Napoli owner Aurelio De Laurentiis this week amid suggestions the manager, who is on Chelsea’s shortlist, will quit at the end of the season.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has revealed he signed for Arsenal in the belief Arsene Wenger would stay on as manager “for years”.

Mauricio Pochettino wants Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy to waste no time in allowing unwanted players to leave the club this summer.
David Moyes is waiting for the opportunity to convince West Ham he remains the right man to take the club forward.

Crystal Palace are confident they can keep their best players this summer and avoid another relegation scrap next season.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Rafa Benitez has ruled out a return to Napoli – and has revealed Newcastle United are the “only club” he is talking to at the moment.
Former Newcastle United goalkeeper Shay Given insists Newcastle would be “crazy” not to sign goalkeeper Martin Dubravka on a permanent basis.

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SUNDERLAND ECHO
Stewart Donald is hoping for a quick resolution to his Sunderland takeover after positive dialogue with the EFL.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL
James McArthur, the Crystal Palace midfielder who has been linked with a move to Aston Villa this summer, has hinted that he is set to remain where he is after the season finished.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United face competition from Paris Saint-Germain for Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred.

LIVERPOOL ECHO
West Ham boss David Moyes admitted he has been surprised by the Everton fans’ reaction to Sam Allardyce’s reign in the role he once held for 11 years – but refused to condemn the “fantastic” Blues fans.

EXPRESS & STAR
Grzegorz Krychowiak has confirmed that he is leaving Albion now his loan spell has ended – and in his farewell message he gave his backing to caretaker boss Darren Moore for the permanent job.

THE SENTINEL
Stoke City are unlikely to make a decision on manager Paul Lambert in the very near future, The Sentinel understands.

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THE DAILY ECHO
Mark Hughes says he would “love the opportunity” to manage Saints on a permanent basis. Hughes is in pole position to land the role after coming in for the final eight league games of the season and steering the club to Premier League safety.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH
Scott Arfield can’t wait to work with his ‘hero’ Steven Gerrard after completing his move to Rangers.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO
Boss Eddie Howe saw Cherries bring down the curtain on another rollercoaster Premier League campaign before insisting his team could hit greater heights next season.

THE BOLTON NEWS
David Wheater has urged the Wanderers hierarchy to keep faith with Phil Parkinson next season.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE
Departing Blackpool defender Andy Taylor says this season has been the most difficult of his career.

READING POST
Chief executive Ron Gourlay insists Reading’s owners are fully committed to the club despite not speaking out during their first year in charge.
Paul Clement says signing players for Reading will be far from straightforward this summer.

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LEICESTER MERCURY
Leicester City manager Claude Puel admits he doesn’t know if Riyad Mahrez has played his last game for the club.
Manchester City retain an interest in Mahrez despite reportedly eyeing a £50m summer move for Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha. The Mercury understands Leicester and Man City have remained in contact over a potential deal since the proposed January transfer for the Algerian broke down.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Roque Mesa has reiterated his desire to stay with Sevilla next season following Swansea City’s relegation from the Premier League.

WEST LONDON SPORT
Fulham, Brentford and QPR are all interested in Hibernian midfielder Dylan McGeouch.

NOTTINGHAM POST
Nottingham Forest could face competition from Aston Villa when it comes to their interest in Lewis Grabban.