Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd's PSG move, Arsenal plot bargain signing, Chelsea double deal

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07.00 UPDATE: Coutinho’s last La Liga game?

Philippe Coutinho could play his final La Liga match today as Barcelona complete their domestic season away at Eibar.

Barcelona still have the Copa del Rey final to play against Valencia next weekend, but if Coutinho is on the move this summer, this would be his final league game.

Coutinho has struggled to nail down a place in Ernesto Valverde’s side and has been linked with a return to England.

And Jamie Carragher thinks Liverpool should consider a move to bring him back.

06.45 UPDATE: PSG make bold De Gea move

PSG are set to ask David de Gea to see out his Manchester United contract so they can get him for free.

The United goalkeeper has one year left on his deal and his future is up in the air.

PSG are among the sides keen on signing him and Express Sports understands they are looking to land him for free next summer.

United have told De Gea they will NOT pay him £400,000 a week to put him level with Alexis Sanchez and he is stalling on their current offer.

06.20 UPDATE: Arsenal eye bargain move

Arsenal want to sign Ligue 1 prospect Alexis Claude-Maurice from Lorient.

The 20-year-old France youth international has been watched by Unai Emery’s scouting department and has bagged 14 goals this termm.

The young forward would be Arsenal’s second signing from Lorient under Emery after the capture of Matteo Guendouzi last summer.

Guendouzi has been well-received at the Emirates and Arsenal would hope for the same from Claude-Maurice.

6.00 UPDATE: Chelsea double deal

Chelsea are set to retain both Kurt Zouma and Tammy Abraham – if their ban transfer ban remains in place.

The duo are on loan at Everton and Aston Villa but will return this summer and could be involved in the Chelsea squad next season, according to the Sun.

Both players have impressed this year and could into the first team fold whoever the manager is.

Mason Mount, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Reece James are among the others who may be given a chance.

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