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Everton and England central defender John Stones will ask for a £38million ($58.5m) release clause when he starts talks over a new deal at Goodison Park.

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Stones will reportedly "consider" signing a new contract as long as he has a clause which allows him to leave if Chelsea match the £38m bid they made for the 21-year-old last month.

Southampton fear the Netherlands will send an SOS for manager Ronald Koeman following a dismal start to Danny Blind's reign.

Former Holland player Willy van der Kerkhof told The Sun: "We must appoint Ronald Koeman."

The 2014 World Cup semi-finalist are in real danger of missing out on next summer's European Championships - for the first time since 1984 - and there are fears on the south coast that the KNVB will come knocking on the door for Koeman.

West Brom have accused Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy of trying to sign their £25m-rated ($38.5m) striker Saido Berahino, 22, for "loose change".

Arsenal's cash crisis during the last decade nearly left them penniless and cost them the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, who later conquered Europe with Manchester United.

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is set to sanction James Wilson's loan move to a club in the Championship.

Real Madrid star Gareth Bale missed out on millions by choosing to play for Wales over England, his agent says.

Manchester United's senior players are unhappy with the tough regime at the club under boss Louis van Gaal.

Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish, 20, is set to choose England as his international side over the Republic of Ireland, whom he represented up to Under-21 level.

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he believes his assistant Ryan Giggs, 41, will be the club's next boss.

David De Gea has been given 48 hours to win back his Manchester United place in time for Saturday's huge game against Liverpool.