Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could move to Everton with majority stakeholder Farhad Moshiri eager to match his salary at the Emirates.
The Frenchman will walk away from the Gunners this summer after 22 years in charge.
But he could move straight back into management with the Toffees able to match his £8m per season wages, report the Sun.
Sam Allardyce has steered the Toffees to safety, but his style of football has failed to provide enthusiasm to the fans at Goodison.
Bellerin opens up
Hector Bellerin has opened up on his long-term future at Arsenal – and has admitted that another team will "always be in my heart".
The Gunners right-back has been the subject of interest from other clubs – including Juventus – for the past few seasons, as he has grown into a first-team regular in north London.
And despite suffering from dips in form this season, Bellerin has remained an important player for Arsenal, who will have a new manager for the first time in 22 years at the start of the 2018/19 campaign.
Bellerin was recently asked about his immediate future at the club, what with the opening of the summer transfer window fast approaching.
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Villarreal ‘eye Cazorla return’
Villarreal are reportedly eyeing a summer swoop for former player and current Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla.
The Spaniard is on the comeback trail after 18 months out with an Achilles problem which has forced him to undergo 11 operations.
Cazorla is out of contract at the Emirates at the end of the season and Spanish outlet AS say he could make an emotional return to the Yellow Submarine.
But Villarreal was understandably seek assurances Cazorla has returned to full match fitness after a lengthy spell in the treatment room.
Despite returning to training, Arsene Wenger confirmed that Cazorla would not be fit enough to play any part in the final two games of the season.
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