Chelsea manager Antonio Conte’s job is under threat again and the Italian could leave his role before the end of the season. (Mail)

German coach Thomas Tuchel, a target for Arsenal and Chelsea, has signed a two-year deal to become the new manager of French giants Paris St-Germain from next season. (Sportbuzzer – in German)

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford, 20, is becoming disillusioned at his lack of game time at Old Trafford and the England international may leave the club next season. (Mirror)

Liverpool are not interested in signing 29-year-old midfielder Marouane Fellaini from Manchester United, but PSG remain interested in the Belgium international. (Mail)

Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich and Ligue 1 leaders PSG have both asked Chelsea to keep them informed if 22-year-old winger Kenedy becomes available for transfer. The Brazilian is currently on loan at Newcastle. (Sky Sports)

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola’s time at Bayern Munich has heavily influenced the club’s search for a new manager and they are looking for a “German speaking” coach, says German football expert Rafael Honigstein. (BBC Radio 5 live)

Nearly 130 Premier League stars face a £250m bill after putting cash into a tax avoidance scheme. (Mirror)

Watford have beaten Arsenal and Tottenham to the £1.5m signing of England youth international Ben Wilmot, 18, from League Two side Stevenage. (Sun)

West Ham striker Javier Hernandez, 29, is ready to leave the club this summer as the Mexican is in search of regular first-team football. (Mirror)

RB Leipzig’s 19-year-old French defender Dayot Upamecano says he “dreams of” playing for Real Madrid, Barcelona or ​​Manchester United one day. (Telefoot – in French)

Championship promotion challengers Aston Villa are monitoring West Brom midfielder Jake Livermore, 28, who is hoping to make England’s World Cup squad. (Mail)

West Brom could lose 28-year-old striker Salomon Rondon if they are relegated because the Venezuelan has a £16.5m release clause in his contract. (Mirror)

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright says manager Arsene Wenger’s words had him on “cloud nine”, while former Gunners boss George Graham had him “running for the toilet”. (BBC Radio 5 live)