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Arsenal make huge bid for former Real Madrid striker

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Arsenal make huge bid for former Real Madrid striker

Arsene Wenger will look to repel his doubters by investing heavily in a top-class striker, according to a report.

Arsenal have made a massive £51million bid for Juventus hitman Alvaro Morata, the Metro reports Italian sports site Corriere dello Sport as saying.

Alvaro Morata

The Telegraph suggests that Michael Carrick, who brought both of his kids onto the Old Trafford turf following last night's 3-1 victory over Bournemouth, may have played his last game for Manchester United.

In managerial news at the club, Sky Sports has reported that Jose Mourinho will take over at United if Louis van Gaal leaves his post in the off-season.

A player many times linked with United is Romelu Lukaku, whose father has said that the striker will leave Everton for close to £65million before the start of Euro 2016.

West Ham are targeting Liverpool's Christian Benteke after their bid for Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette was rejected, according to the Sun.

Real Madrid want to sign Hammers star Dmitri Payet after the conclusion of Euro 2016, reports French media outlet Le 10 Sport.

Rafael Benitez has agreed to stay on as Newcastle manager after securing full control over transfers, the Daily Mail reports.

The Sun reports that Borussia Monchengladbach boss Lucien Favre is in the frame for the Everton job.

Claudio Ranieri wants to bring Ajax striker Arkadiusz Milik to Leicester, the Daily Mirror reports.

Manchester City continue to monitor Schalke forward Leroy Sane but face competition from several other clubs, according to the Manchester Evening News.

The 20-year-old winger, who was named in Germany's provisional Euro 2016 squad yesterday, is also a reported target for City's cross-town rivals United.