Real Madrid’s colossal Neymar bid, Manchester United defender not going anywhere, Eden Hazard’s mood at Chelsea

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Plus, the latest on Tottenham target Jack Grealish, Sunderland’s bizarre spending under previous owners and much more!

Here’s a round-up of the latest news, rumours and gossip from Saturday’s newspapers and online…

Real Madrid are preparing a staggering 300m euro (£270m) bid for Neymar if UEFA sanctions force Paris Saint-Germain to sell the Brazil forward. (Sport)

Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish is set to be offered a huge new deal with the club after Tottenham failed to sign him. (Express)

Manchester United’s Matteo Darmian will remain at Old Trafford this summer despite interest from several Italian clubs. (Sun)

Darmian will not be leaving United

Darmian will not be leaving United

Newcastle’s on-loan striker Salomon Rondon wants to make his move from West Brom permanent. (Chronicle)

Eden Hazard is happy at Chelsea despite fearing his Real Madrid dream may have died. (Telegraph)

Celtic have rejected a £13m bid for French midfielder Oliver Ntcham from Porto. (Goal)

Hazard is happy at Chelsea

Hazard is happy at Chelsea

Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa insists he has not contacted Pep Guardiola or Mauricio Pochettino for loan deals from Man City and Tottenham despite being close friends with the two bosses. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Tottenham have suffered a blow in their bid to offload misfiring striker Vincent Jansen as he was ruled out with injury until Christmas. (Sun)

Reading are launching a bid to bring 30-year-old Swansea midfielder Nathan Dyer to the Madejski on loan. (Sun)

Sunderland’s owners have revealed the previous owners spent £1,000-a-month on plastic plants. (Sunderland Echo)

Latest exclusives..

Steve Bruce believes Tottenham could have landed Jack Grealish has they done their transfer business earlier in the window.

Jay Bothroyd told Jim White the problem at Manchester United is Jose Mourinho, not Paul Pogba.

Matt Ritchie believes Newcastle United boss Rafa Benitez is ‘happy and upbeat’ at the club.

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