1. Wolves and Everton eyeing up how to access 188bet poker
Wolves and Everton are keeping tabs on Porto winger Yacine Brahimi, according to the Birmingham Mail.
The Algerian is out of contract at the end of the season , has turned down an offer of a new deal with the Portuguese league leaders.
The 29 year-old has scored seven goals in 27 appearances this season and has been with the champions since 2014.
2. Arsenal blocking Ospina game time
Napoli's on-loan goalkeeper David Ospina believes his parent club Arsenal are preventing him from playing for the Serie A side , report the Daily Star.
The Colombian says a clause inserted in his loan deal means that the move will automatically become a full transfer if he plays a certain number of games.
"My current situation is that I am on loan for this season and there is a clause based on a certain number of games , where if I play , the transfer will become an automatic purchase ,” Ospina said.
“When the situation does not depend on me, all I can do is wait for the decision to be made, which in this case is from Napoli . The club had just made a great purchase with Meret, who is a young goalkeeper with a great future , so I knew that when he came, this might happen ."
3. Manchester United regnite interest in Neves
Manchester United are ready to re-ignite their interest in Wolves' Ruben Neves, but only of the Midlanders drop their asking price, according to the the Express.
The Portuguese joined Wolves at the start of their promotion season in the summer of 2017, and United have had scouts monitoring him throughout the club's return to the Premier League.
Neves scored the winner as Wolves knocked Liverpool out of the FA Cup in January.
4. Host of club chase Adams
Manchester and Arsenal are among some of the biggest names monitoring Birmingham City’s Che Adams.
The likes of Southampton , Watford and Celtic are also interested in the signing the striker who has scored 19 in 32 Championship games this season.
The Mirror are reporting that Burnley may too be keen in renewing their interests in the 22-year-old. The Clarets failed with a £9m ($12m) bid for Adams in January and instead were forced to buy Peter Crouch.
5. PSG could be tempted to sell Neymar
Paris Saint-Germain may be tempted to allow Neymar to join Real Madrid this summer in order to comply with Financial Fair Play.
The Times claim PSG have a £148m ($190) imbalance in their books that could see them fall foul of the finical regulations, and even result in the Parisians being excluded from the Champions League in future.
Selling Neymar , it is believed, would alleviate these concerns as would getting rid of his mammoth £530,000-per-week wage.
PSG also see youngster Kylian Mbappe as a more valuable asset and would be more willing to let the Brazilian leave than their young World Cup winner.