Watch: PSG star Neymar addresses possibility of Real Madrid move

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Speculation has been growing about Brazilian star Neymar‘s move from French champions Paris Saint-Germain to Real Madrid.

The forward who joined PSG in a shock move from Barcelona in 2017 has had a tough time dealing with a foot injury this year though.

When speaking to the press at the 27th edition of the Trophees du Football UNFP in Paris on Sunday however, the superstar was asked about the rumoured transfer.

Find out what he had to say.

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Andrija Zivkovic headlines our Rumour Mill as Arsenal eye deal for Benfica winger

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The summer transfer window is now less than one month away and the rumours of players and coaches potentially being on the move is gathering pace.

Across the world of football, there remains plenty of activity and stories that have football fans talking.

Here, we look at the latest transfer deals that could happen when the market reopens in June.

Get in touch with your thoughts too via Twitter and Facebook.

ANDRIJA ZIVKOVIC

Arsenal are keen to land the talented Benfica winger when the summer transfer window opens, according to Sport Witness.

The Gunners face a huge rebuilding job in the close season following Arsene Wenger’s departure, with the board keen to quickly get to work on potential incomings for the new term.

One of the men earmarked to come in is the 21-year-old Serb, who is one of the hottest properties around in European football.

Zivkovic, reportedly, would not come cheap but does have a release clause of €60million (Dh263m).

Arsenal have yet to reveal the full extent of their spending warchest.

Benfica's Serbian forward Andrija Zivkovic (C) celebrates with his teammates Benfica's defender Andre Almeida (R) and Benfica's Greek midfielder Andreas Samaris (L) after scoring during the Portuguese Cup semi-final second leg football match SL Benfica vs GD Estoril Praia at the Luz stadium in Lisbon on April 5, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA (Photo credit should read PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA/AFP/Getty Images)

Eye on the Gunners: Andrija Zivkovic celebrates scoring.

MARCO SILVA

Everton and West Ham will battle it out in the coming weeks to make the former Watford boss their new manager.

According to The Sun, the Hammers are ready to hijack the Toffees’ plans to bring in Silva in place of Sam Allardyce – who is expected to be told he has no future at Goodison Park.

The Blues attempted to seal a deal for the 40-year-old in January but were rebuffed by the Hornets. Instead, they opted for Allardyce and then the Vicarage Road boss was sacked after a dismal run.

However, Silva is still top of majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri’s wishlist though West Ham are also keen on him as they look for a permanent successor to outgoing David Moyes.

Would Silva be a good fit at Stamford Bridge?

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Danny Rose headlines our Rumour Mill as Tottenham star is linked with Premier League rival

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Rose could make Gareth Southgate's England World Cup squad.

The summer transfer window is now less than one month away and the rumours of players and coaches potentially being on the move is gathering pace.

Across the world of football, there remains plenty of activity and stories that have football fans talking.

Here, we look at the latest transfer deals that could happen when the market reopens in June.

Get in touch with your thoughts too via Twitter and Facebook.

DANNY ROSE

Everton are poised to chase the Tottenham defender this summer and see him as a long-term replacement for the ageing Leighton Baines.

The Mirror reports that the Toffees have identified the England star as one of their top targets after he finished the Premier League strongly following a largely injury-hit campaign.

Although the Blues could relieve Sam Allardyce of his managerial role in the coming weeks, the Goodison Park board is set to plough forward with a bid, rumoured to be in the region of £37m (Dh184m), for the 27-year-old.

Rose would slot in instantly at left-back next season, with club legend Baines, 33, unable to get up and down the pitch like he did in his prime.

Danny Rose has played throughout May for Spurs.

CARLO ANCELOTTI

The former AC Milan, Juventus, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich boss is set for a return to the dugout with Napoli next season.

According to Football Italia, the legendary boss will take up the coaching reins at the Stadio San Paolo with current manager Maurizio Sarri expected to leave in due course.

Ancelotti, who has not managed since his spell with Bayern came to an end last season, has also been linked with the vacant Arsenal hotseat and a return to Stamford Bridge, but now, Italy seems like his likely destination.

Reportedly, he will meet Napoli club president Aurelio De Laurentiis later this month to thrash out terms and ideas for how to take the club forward.

58-year-old Ancelotti set to make managerial comeback.

ALEX MCCARTHY

The in-form goalkeeper is wanted by a trio of Premier League clubs after playing a starring role in Southampton’s revival, according to The Mirror.

McCarthy, 28, produced a string of fine showings to help Mark Hughes’ men avoid the drop and that hasn’t escaped the attention of Arsenal, Liverpool and league newcomers Wolves.

The Saints are set for a summer of change at St. Mary’s but will be determined to keep hold of the shot-stopper who displaced Fraser Forster in the first-team ranks.

Given he has just one year left on his existing contract, McCarthy is set for talks over his future once the dust settles on this term.

SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - APRIL 28: Alex McCarthy of Southampton shouts instructions during the Premier League match between Southampton and AFC Bournemouth at St Mary's Stadium on April 28, 2018 in Southampton, England. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Fine form: Alex McCarthy helped keep the Saints in the top-flight.

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