Plan of hatching of PSG to sign De Gea for free, the great gesture of Chelsea for Hudson-Odoi, price of the name Crystal Palace for Manchester United

21 collects all the latest news of football transfers and gossip from Sunday and online newspapers …

Paris Saint-Germain is planning an attempt to sign the Manchester United goalkeeper, David de Gea, on a free trip next summer. The current Spanish agreement expires next summer and has yet to agree new conditions. (Sunday)

Chelsea will offer Callum Hudson-Odoi the number 10 shirt that could be left free by Eden Hazard this summer. The Belgian is destined to join Real Madrid and the Azzurri are desperate to persuade their adolescence to stay. (Sunday mail)

Crystal Palace slapped a 60 million pound price tag on right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka in an attempt to repel Manchester United's interest. (Sunday mail)

Manchester City has become the favorite of the Atletico Madrid Rodrigo midfielder, looking for Fernandinho's long-term successor. (Sunday Sunday)

However, the city may have to sell Gabriel Jesus to secure the agreement, with Atletico passionate for the Brazilian as a replacement for the departing Antoine Griezmann. (Sunday Sunday)

Tottenham could move for the outgoing Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri if Mauricio Pochettino leaves to join the Italian giants. (Sunday)

Pochettino has a Champions League final coming June 1st


Pochettino has a Champions League final coming June 1st

Pochettino is also a goal for Bayern Munich's German champions, who look set to separate from manager Niko Kovac despite the Bundesliga triumph. (Sunday Star)

Gareth Bale is among the stars that will leave Real Madrid this summer, with Dani Ceballos, Keylor Navas and Marcos Llorente heading towards the Bernabeu exit. (Brand)

Abraham has acted for Villa


Abraham has acted for Villa

Chelsea will retain Tammy Abraham and Kurt Zouma if their transfer ban remains in effect. Both have spent successful seasons on loan at Aston Villa and Everton respectively. (Sunday Sunday)

The Manchester United star, Paul Pogba, is willing to cut his pay to move to Real Madrid. (Manchester Evening News)