Transfers: Mahrez to Barcelona, Giggs to succeed Van Gaal


Louis Van Gaal, Ryan Giggs and Manchester United coaching crew
Manager Louis van Gaal will be sacked if his Manchester United side lose to Shrewsbury in the FA Cup on Monday. (Daily Star Sunday)
And Jose Mourinho has rejected the chance to rejoin Inter Milan, because his heart is set on taking over at Manchester United. (Sunday Express)
However, the Sunday Mirror says United still see Ryan Giggs as their next manager, as part of a succession plan which would mean a snub to Mourinho.
Barcelona are plotting a summer swoop for Leicester’s Algeria playmaker Riyad Mahrez, despite the Foxes planning to more than double the 24-year-old’s wages. (Sunday Mirror)
Chelsea captain John Terry, 35, is top of the wanted list for Chinese clubs this summer, according to former England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson.(Sun on Sunday)
Newcastle, Arsenal and clubs in the Chinese Super League are keen to sign Manchester United’s 34-year-old England midfielder Michael Carrick. (Sunday Express)
But Manchester United and England striker Wayne Rooney, 30, has turned down two approaches from Chinese Super League teams because he wants to stay at Old Trafford. (Sunday People)
Manchester United have been told they must pay £40m if they want to sign Paris St-Germain’s Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani, 29. (Daily Star Sunday)
Tottenham will give manager Mauricio Pochettino a new deal to ward off interest from Manchester United and Chelsea. (Sunday Mirror)
Barcelona’s Brazil forward Neymar, 24, says he admires incoming Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola and former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho.(Metro)
Borussia Dortmund’s Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 26, says his childhood dream is to play for Real Madrid. (Metro, via L’Equipe)
Brazil midfielder Oscar, 24, has revealed the Chelsea players want manager Guus Hiddink to stay at the club. (Sun on Sunday)
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Source:: PM Newspaper