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Sunday's gossip: Mbappe, Neto, Toney, De Jong, Ndiaye, Todibo, Onana, Gudmundsson

Kylian Mbappe and the gossip logo
Kylian Mbappe and the gossip logo

Paris St-Germain have offered France striker Kylian Mbappe a new two-year contract worth £136m in the hope of persuading the 25-year-old to turn down a move to Real Madrid. (AS - in Spanish)

Arsenal sent scouts to Molineux on Saturday to watch Wolves' 23-year-old Portugal winger Pedro Neto and Brentford's 27-year-old England striker Ivan Toney. (HITC)

Crystal Palace have targeted Marseille and Senegal forward Iliman Ndiaye, 23, as one of their main signings for next season. (Sun)

Nice's French defender Jean-Clair Todibo, 24, is not ruling out a summer switch to the Premier League amid interest from Chelsea and Manchester United. (Mirror)

Frenkie de Jong does not want to leave Barcelona this summer despite other reports suggesting the Spanish club are keen to sell the 26-year-old Netherlands midfielder, who continues to be linked with Manchester United. (Football Transfers)

Barcelona's financial restrictions mean they will only enter the race for Everton's Amadou Onana if the Toffees drop their £51m asking price for the 22-year-old Belgium midfielder, who is also attracting interest from Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea. (Sun)

Newcastle and Tottenham are considering a summer move for Genoa's 25-year-old Iceland forward Albert Gudmundsson. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Brighton are willing to sell Kaoru Mitoma this summer following their signing of 19-year-old Ghanaian winger Ibrahim Osman, with Barcelona, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea linked with the 26-year-old Japan forward. (Football Transfers)

Wolves are unlikely to make any summer signings until after 1 July to ensure they do not breach Premier League profit and sustainability rules. (Football Insider)

Sevilla are keen on signing Arsenal's 23-year-old Poland defender Jakub Kiwior, who is also attracting interest from AC Milan. (Fichajes - in Spanish)

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters is under pressure from a group of clubs unhappy with his leadership over several issues. (Mail)

Brighton are among a number of Premier League clubs monitoring Borussia Dortmund's 18-year-old German winger Charles Herrmann. (Florian Plettenberg)

Huddersfield are keen to appoint Michael Duff as their new manager provided the former Swansea boss, who is based in south-west England, is willing to move to the area. Meanwhile, sacked Huddersfield boss Darren Moore is a target for Port Vale. (Sun)