Here's all the top transfer-related stories in Sunday's newspapers...
Jamie Vardy is the No.1 summer target for Everton . The Toffees held a meeting last week to discuss their recruitment plans and the Leicester striker is top of the wishlist. The forward has been a huge success at the Foxes, firing in the goals that earned them an astonishing Premier League title in 2016. (Sunday Mirror)
Arsenal are ready to sell Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey this summer as they look to avoid losing him for nothing in 2019, when his contract is due to expire. (Mail on Sunday)
Manchester United will make David De Gea the highest paid goalkeeper in the world on £350,000-a-week. That sensational new contract is designed to keep Spain’s stopper out of the clutches of long-time suitors Real Madrid . (Star on Sunday)
Manchester City are ready to join the race for Fulham whizkid Ryan Sessegnon. Tottenham and Manchester United have done most of the running for the 17-year-old, who operates anywhere down the left. But now City are showing an interest and the Cottagers are bracing themselves for offers this summer whether they win promotion to the Premier League or not. (Sunday Mirror)
Pep Guardiola is planning an audacious move for Barcelona magician Andres Iniesta . The Spain international has enjoyed incredible success at the Nou Camp and now his former boss wants to give him a swansong in the Premier League. (READ MORE HERE)
Liverpool have joined the race for Nice midfielder Jean Seri after scrutinising the Ivory Coast star closely in the last month. Kop scouts have been watching the energetic 26-year-old star as Jurgen Klopp looks to beef up his midfield options this summer with Emre Can set leave after so far rejecting a new deal. (READ MORE HERE)
West Brom are bracing themselves for a mass exit of players if they drop down to the Championship. Skipper Jonny Evans’ departure is inevitable but keeper Ben Foster , defender Craig Dawson and striker Jay Rodriguez are also attracting interest. (Sun on Sunday)
Notts County aim to make ex-Spain winger Diego Capel the best-paid player in League Two history. The ambitious Magpies have offered the former Sevilla and Sporting Lisbon star an amazing £10,000-a-week deal with an extra £5,000 for every game he plays. (Sun on Sunday)
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