first_imgHere are the top transfer-related stories in Tuesday’s newspapers…Jurgen Klopp is closing in on a double signing from his native Germany, with the Reds in pole position to sign Bayern Munich star Mario Gotze and Cologne defender Jonas Hector. (Daily Mirror)Chelsea and Manchester United will have to pay more than £50million to sign Romelu Lukaku this summer – and Everton will fight to keep him even if they receive offers of that size. (Daily Mirror)Manchester City and Liverpool are ready to DOUBLE the wages of barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen to lure him to the Premier League. The 23-year-old is reportedly unhappy being used as a Cup player by the La Liga giants. (The Sun)Marcos Rojo will quit Manchester United when his contract ends in 2019. The 26-year-old defender will return to his native Argentina to sign for Estudiantes. (Manchester Evening News)Chelsea have identified AC Milan’s 17-year-old goalkeeper, Gianluigi Donnarumma, as a top target if they decide to sell Thibaut Courtois this summer. (Daily Mail)Tottenham are interested in signing Bournemouth winger Matt Richie this summer. (The Sun)Arsene Wenger will NOT quit as Arsenal boss in the summer. The Frenchman is determined to stay in his position despite another disappointing trophy-less campaign. (beIN Sports)Barcelona are considering renaming the Nou Camp stadium in honour of former manager and player Johan Cruyff. The world famous ground is set to be renamed the Johan Cruyff Stadium following the Dutchman’s death last week. (Daily Mail)Swansea City want Brendan Rodgers back at the Liberty Stadium. The Swans held talks with the 43-year-old over the possibility of replacing Garry Monk in December. (Wales Online)And here are the latest headlines…?‘We’d love to sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic!’ – West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan tells talkSPORT of audacious transfer plans Go get Zlatan! Arsenal great urges Wenger to make move for ‘priceless’ IbrahimovicManchester United ready to join transfer fight for Portgual star Rafa SilvaArsenal ready to break transfer record to sign £65m-rated Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Transfer rumours and paper review 1last_img read more