Brighton ace responds to strong exit talk, Chelsea eye £7.3m deal, Arsenal chase La Liga star - gossip

Brighton and Hove Albion's 2019/20 Premier League season is reportedly set to be suspended beyond April 30 – with a new return date poised to be announced next week.
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As ever, while question marks remain over if/when the current season will resume, potential summer deals continue to be speculated via the web and newspapers.

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Freddie Woodman will consider leaving Newcastle United this summer if he does not feature in Steve Bruce’s first-team plans. The Magpies value him at £10m. (Football Insider)

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Manchester United have made an offer to Ajax defender Donny Van de Beek though the £50m-rated Dutchman is also weighing up other potential suitors - including Real Madrid. (Marca)

Everton are planning to sign Wigan Athletic forward Joe Gelhardt before May - beating Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United to his signature. (Football Insider)

Arsenal are looking to take advantage of Valencia’s uncertain situation by signing Carlos Soler. The La Liga club need to raise £36m in player sales before June 30 (Sky Sports)

Chelsea, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich have all been watching Espanyol midfielder Nico Melamed, who has a £7.3m release clause. (Gianluca Di Marzio)

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England goalkeeper Dean Henderson and Nick Pope could be considered by Tottenham Hotspur if they decide to replace Hugo Lloris. (Football.London)

West Ham United, alongside Sporting Lisbon and Anderlecht are monitoring Loris Karius ahead of a potential £4.5m deal during the transfer window. (Voetbal24)

Brighton and Hove Albion’s Ezequiel Schelotto admits he is unsure if he will be offered a new contract before it expires this summer. (Passion Inter)

BBC pundit Noel Whelan has suggested Leeds United should target Tyrone Mings if Aston Villa are relegated and the Whites are promoted. (Football Insider)