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Wenger to oversee Arsenal overhaul with Mbappe, Reus and more targeted

It's no surprise Arsenal are the topic of conversation, but who will be coming in an heading out this summer?
Craig Burley says Arsene Wenger is showing how arrogant he is through his handling of his future at Arsenal.
Gab Marcotti provides an update on Arsene Wenger after the manager said he's made a decision about his Arsenal future.

The football world's gossip mill is in full swing, and Transfer Talk is already monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals here.

Wenger 'to oversee massive Arsenal overhaul'

Is Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger staying or going? Staying, according to the Mirror, which reports that he will be in charge for "one of the biggest shake-ups of the squad in recent times."

That shake-up will see him "likely to have to replace Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil" after a season that has seen the club humbled in the Champions League and currently adrift of the Premier League's top four.

The Mirror says Arsenal are "almost resigned" to life without Sanchez and Ozil and will back Wenger with a transfer budget of more than £100 million in the summer.

Targets on whom that money could be spent include Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette (strongly linked with Arsenal before), Monaco's in-form Kylian Mbappe and midfielders Marco Reus of Borussia Dortmund and Everton's Ross Barkley.

Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland is another potential arrival, while defensive reinforcements could include Valencia left-back Jose Luis Gaya, who is also a target for Manchester City.

Amid those possible incomings, players potentially on their way out include Jack Wilshere, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Nacho Moreal and Aaron Ramsey, the Mirror reports.

Kylian Mbappe
Monaco teenage starlet Kylian Mbappe is one of several bright attacking talents being linked with a move to Arsenal this summer.

Everton target La Liga attacking duo

News that Everton striker Romelu Lukaku does not intend to sign a new contract has given manager Ronald Koeman extra thinking to do as the window approaches.

The Sun reports that Koeman will look to Spain for attacking reinforcements and make a £50 million double move for Cedric Bakambu of Villarreal and Real Sociedad's Willian Jose.

It says the duo are "at the top of his list," with Bakambu having produced some excellent recent performances and Jose on 11 goals this season.

Jose's form has attracted plenty of attention, "with Goodison Park scouts among those tracking his progress this season."

Otamendi could be Bernabeu-bound

Amid the talk of which players Pep Guardiola might bring to Manchester City in the summer, there hasn't been that much said about potential departures. But now the Mail suggests defender Nicolas Otamendi might be off to Real Madrid.

It reports that Otamendi is among those under consideration as a replacement for Pepe, who is heading for Hebei China Fortune.

With Pep Guardiola in the market for a new central defender, Nicolas Otamendi could be shipped off to Real Madrid.

With Guardiola having been linked with both Athletic Bilbao's Aymeric Laporte and Virgil Van Dijk of Southampton, Otamendi could be allowed to move to the Bernabeu.

And the Mail says his agent, Jorge Mendes, "is understood to have already spoken to Madrid about the possibility."

Tap-ins

-- Neymar has dropped his biggest hint yet that he could play in the Premier League one day if he decides to leave Barcelona for pastures new.

"I like the playing style and the teams," he told the Sun at a sponsorship event when asked about the possibility. "And who knows? Someday I would like to play in it, yes."

-- One way of making a club interested in you is scoring an outstanding goal against them, and it seems that's the case with Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney and Newcastle United.

The Mail reports that Magpies manager Rafa Benitez was impressed when the 26-year-old struck from long range in Fulham's recent 3-1 win at the Championship leaders.

And it suggests it might be a case of second time lucky for Newcastle, who asked about Cairney in January but found Fulham unwilling to part with a player rated at £12 million.

-- West Bromwich Albion have had a fine season, but manager Tony Pulis has no intention of resting on his laurels, according to the Mail.

It says Pulis is considering a move for Sampdoria defender Milan Skriniar and has travelled to Italy to watch the Slovakia international centre-back in action.

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