RUMOUR MILL: Ozil could remain at Arsenal even if Wenger quits this summer | Bayern set sights on Xhaka | Conte hints Terry may have played last game for Chelsea

Mesut Ozil. Photo: Shutterstock.
Mesut Ozil. Photo: Shutterstock.

Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil has handed Arsenal a timely boost by suggesting he could still remain in north London even if Arsene Wenger decides to end his two-decade reign at the end of the season. (Daily Mail)

Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich could make a surprise move to end Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka’s disappointing spell at Arsenal. (The Sun)

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has hinted that veteran defender John Terry has played his last game for the club at 36. (Daily Express)

Lincoln City’s managerial team Danny and Nicky Cowley revealed Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger gave them 90 minutes of his time following their side’s FA Cup defeat to the Gunners. (Daily Telegraph)

London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea are ready to battle it out for Wolves’ £20m-rated winger Helder Costa. (The Sun)

Defender Toby Alderweireld is close to penning a new deal with Tottenham - with the deal also dropping his £25m release clause. (The Sun)

West Ham are planning to sell target man Andy Carroll in the summer - and replace him with Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge. (Daily Star)

Midfielder Jack Wilshere is not thinking about his Arsenal future and is only focusing on keeping Bournemouth in the Premier League. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola believes Yaya Toure will have his pick of the big clubs this summer. (Daily Mirror)

Guardiola and City are on red alert after Joshua Kimmich expressed frustration with his role at Bayern Munich. (Various)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has assured the club’s fans that he doesn’t have to balance the books in the next transfer window and that he plans to splash the cash in the summer. (Daily Mail)

David Moyes was in attendance during Hibs’ 1-0 win over Dundee United at Tannadice in order to watch three Easter Road stars. The Sunderland boss is understood to have been keeping a close eye on Jason Cummings and John McGinn, as well as Celtic loanee Efe Ambrose. The latter was awarded man-of-the-match and is out of contract at the end of the season. (Sunderland Echo)