More massive names linked with joining Pep Guardiola's Manchester City

Arrivals: Pep will be busy this summer if the paper is to be believed
Arrivals: Pep will be busy this summer if the paper is to be believed

Just as we saw yesterday, the papers are linking a host of big names with a move to Manchester City in the summer.

Yesterday, in the wake of the news of Pep Guardiola taking over at the Etihad in the summer, we were bombarded with rumours of who would join the former Barca and Bayern boss at Manchester City.

Today brings a whole new raft of names.

Spanish newspaper AS says Barcelona's goalkeeper CLAUDIO BRAVO will make a £30million move, while Gazzetta World reports that Juventus midfielder PAUL POGBA will sign for City.

The Daily Mail reports that JOHN STONES is also City bound.

That reported budget of £150m is going to be stretched.

As suggested yesterday by his agent, one man who is a good bet not to be wearing light blue next season is Yaya Toure.

TOURE could cash in on a £30million move to China, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Toure is expected to exit City when Pep Guardiola arrives in the summer, the newspaper says, with Jiangsu Suning among the early frontrunners for his signature.

MANUEL PELLEGRINI, keeping the seat warm for Guardiola, is not expected to be short of job offers when he leaves City.

The Metro reports he has already been offered the Chelsea job while talkSPORT suggests he will replace Gary Neville at Valencia and the Daily Mirror expects him to take over at Paris St Germain.

The Daily Mail reports that ARSENE WENGER and RONALD KOEMAN were involved in a spat in the tunnel after Arsenal's goalless draw with Southampton. Koeman reportedly confronted Wenger after the Frenchman took his frustration out on referee Lee Mason.

JOHN TERRY is adamant he will walk away from Chelsea in the summer regardless of whether he is offered a new deal, according to the Daily Star.

The 35-year-old is set for talks with clubs in America, China and Qatar while Inter Milan could also offer him a deal, the newspaper says.