What the papers say

Manchester United will face competition from other top European clubs in their bid to bringAntoineGriezmannto Old Trafford, theDaily Mirrorsays. The release clause for the Atletico Madrid World Cup winner will fall £70 million over the summer according to the paper.

Meanwhile, the Red Devils and Arsenal will do battle to bring inKostasManolasover the summer, theDaily Mirrorreports. The paper says the Greek defender could leave for £31m if Roma fail to secure qualification to the Champions League.

Every minut counts! #COYGpic.twitter.com/2Ed6MuOuTY

— Denis Suarez (@DenisSuarez6)February 28, 2019

DenisSuarezwill head back to Barcelona at the end of his loan deal, theSunreports. Suarez has been at Arsenal since January but has struggled to adapt to the pace of the Premier League.

Liverpool’sLorisKariuswants to return to the Anfield club part way through a two-year loan at Besiktas, theLiverpool Echosays.

Good result yesterday. Clean sheet and back on 3rd place#LK1#Beşiktaspic.twitter.com/TxVT31kl22

— Loris Karius (@LorisKarius)February 10, 2019

FilipBenkovicwill return to play under Brendan Rodgers at Leicester next season, theLeicester Mercurysays. The Croatian defender has been on loan at Celtic, where Rodgers used to manage, but the new boss expects him to return to the King Power.

Social media round-up

Why Nathan Ake’s potential £30m summer transfer to Italy could be huge….for Man Utd!https://t.co/p6pYzyhqPzpic.twitter.com/jpg58RPBU8

— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball)March 20, 2019

Alexis Sanchez reveals he was a Man United fan growing up – and refuses to give up at Old Traffordhttps://t.co/YMO76Dk2gdpic.twitter.com/w0ZZRtJMZA

— The Sun Football  (@TheSunFootball)March 19, 2019

Ones to watch

Paulo Dybala: Liverpool are said to be ready to sign the Argentine from Juventus in the coming weeks,Tutto Mercatosays.

Juventus’ Paulo Dybala
Liverpool are interested in Juventus’ Paulo Dybala (Martin Rickett/PA)

Erkan Eyibil: Dubbed the new Mesut Ozil, the 17-year-old has caught the eye of West Ham and Newcastle, according toTurkish Football.

Olivier Giroud: The Frenchman’s salary demands could put Marseille and Lyon off a move for the 32-year-old,Le10Sportreports.