Liverpool, Arsenal and a host of other suitors have been told the cost to sign a Bournemouth attacker, while Leeds’ hopes of signing a Manchester City man look to have stalled by a sky-high valuation, according to Tuesday’s newspapers.
LIVERPOOL JOIN ARSENAL IN RACE FOR RYAN FRASER
Bournemouth are reported to have stuck a £30m asking price on Ryan Fraser amid claims that Liverpool are ready to rival Arsenal, Manchester United, Everton and potentially Chelsea in the race for his signature.
The Scotland star has just 12 months remaining on his deal at the Vitality Stadium and finds himself a man in demand after some impressive displays fore Eddie Howe’s side.
And according to The Sun, Bournemouth have told any suitors that the forward will cost in the region of £30m if they want to sign him this summer. That’s despite the 25-year-old being available on a free transfer next summer.
Bournemouth, however, have made moves to keep Fraser by offering the player fresh terms – advances that he has, so far rejected.
Discussing his future recently, Fraser stated: “I’ve got a year left. There’s a very good chance I’ll be here next season.
“If that’s that then I’m going to try my best as I always do and I’ll enjoy it. I love the group here and the fans. There’s no bad side to what’s happening.
“There’s a good chance I’ll be here next season and I’ll try and beat my assists record next season as well.”
The report also adds that Liverpool are more inclined to wait a year and see if they can land the player for nothing next summer.
Fraser enjoyed his most prolific season of his career so far, scoring seven goals and making 13 others for the Cherries.
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AND THE REST
Manchester City winger Jack Harrison is wanted by Leeds in a £20m permanent switch – but they could be priced out of a move (The Sun)
Arsenal have vowed to sell any player who dares to go into the final two years of his contract (The Sun)
Danny Welbeck will get the chance to play his way into Arsenal’s Europa League final squad this week (The Sun)
Harry Kane is ready to hand Tottenham a major Champions League final boost by returning from injury (The Sun)
Manchester United had the worst injury problems of all the Premier League clubs last season, according to data (The Sun)
Everton and Wolves head a five-strong Premier League pack chasing Benfica’s title-winning right-back Andre Almeida (The Sun)
Southampton are lining up a bargain swoop for Swansea’s Jordan Ayew – after a year with Crystal Palace (The Sun)
Bolton face losing promising youngster Harry Brockbank because they cannot offer him a new deal while in administration (The Sun)
Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly against Antonio Conte returning to the club (The Sun)
Leeds are confident that Marcelo Bielsa will agree to stay at Elland Road for a second season after holding positive talks with their manager (The Times)
Arsenal are expected to announce in the next 24 hours whether Henrikh Mkhitaryan will be left out of their Europa League final squad amid security fears (The Times)
Chelsea will allow Eden Hazard to join Real Madrid to balance their books in accordance with Financial Fair Play rules (Daily Mail)
Manchester City are in talks with Anderlecht to loan out their promising youngsters to the Belgian giants after Vincent Kompany’s hiring as player-manager (Daily Mail)
Maurizio Sarri is firmly in the frame as Juventus draw up a shortlist of candidates to replace Massimiliano Allegri and Chelsea would not stand in his way (Daily Mail)
Arsenal will reward their players with as much as £500,000 per man if they lift the Europa League trophy in Baku next week (Daily Mail)
Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy has cancelled his holiday plans to fix his long-standing meniscus injury (Daily Mail)
Tottenham have missed the deadline to extend Fernando Llorente’s contract, signalling the end of his time at Spurs (Daily Mail)
West Ham academy coach Mark Phillips has avoided sanction after a verbal attack on a teenage boy (Daily Mail)
Gareth Bale’s agent Jonathan Barnett says Zinedine Zidane will have the final say on his player’s future at Real Madrid (Daily Mail)
Southampton are lining up a £5m move for Austria winger Thomas Golginger (Daily Mail)
Stoke have held talks with out-of-contract Wigan midfielder Nick Powell (Daily Mail)
Oldham have rejected a bid from Rangers for defender George Edmundson as they demand more than £450,000 (Daily Mail)
Arsenal and Chelsea are struggling to sell their ticket allocation for the Europa League final in far-away Baku (Daily Mirror)
Newcastle and West Ham are interested in signing Club Brugge’s 22-year-old Brazilian striker Wesley Moraes (Daily Mirror)
Leeds are facing a fight to keep hold of their top scout Craig Dean following their failed promotion bid (Daily Mirror)
Leeds are set to renew their interest in Bristol City contract rebel Callum O’Dowda (Daily Mirror)
Bournemouth are eyeing another Championship raid for Leeds star Kalvin Phillips (Daily Mirror)
Paris Saint-Germain have opened up contract talks with Kylian Mbappe and are ready to give him the responsibility he craves (Daily Telegraph)
Chelsea will offer Reece James a new long-term deal this summer as the Blues look to tie down their best young prospects (The Independent)
Manchester United will demand a fee of €160m (£138m) for France midfielder Paul Pogba (Daily Star)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told his Manchester United flops to shape up or ship out of Old Trafford this summer (Daily Star)
Derby boss Frank Lampard wants to make Gary Cahill his first big summer signing if his side is promoted (Daily Star)
Andre Gray has pleaded with Watford to keep the core of their FA Cup final squad intact this summer (Daily Star)