Tuesday’s gossip: Salah, Rashford, Guehi, Ten Hag, Dewsbury-Hall

Liverpool fully expect Mohamed Salah to stay this summer and are planning on the basis of the 31-year-old Egypt striker being part of their squad next season. (The Athletic – subscription required)external-link

Marcus Rashford might find his options limited if he chooses to leave Manchester United, with Paris St-Germain cooling their interest in the 26-year-old England forward. (iexternal-link)

Crystal Palace’s £55m-rated England defender Marc Guehi, 23, is of interest to Liverpool as they seek a replacement for Cameroonian defender Joel Matip, 32, who is set to leave when his contract runs out in the summer. (Football Insiderexternal-link)

Ajax are keen to reappoint Erik ten Hag as manager if he is sacked by Manchester United this summer. (Mailexternal-link)

West Ham’s interest in former Spain manager Julen Lopetegui has been reignited after they learned AC Milan are wavering over whether to appoint him as a replacement for Stefano Pioli. (Guardianexternal-link)

The Hammers are also keen to sign 25-year old Coventry winger Callum O’Hare and Hull’s 23-year-old English centre-back Jacob Graves this summer. (Guardianexternal-link)

Championship title winners Leicester will be able to sign players during the summer transfer window despite being put under an embargo by the English Football League. (Mailexternal-link)

However, the Foxes will have to sell players before 30 June to avoid profit and sustainability rules (PSR) charges next season with 25-year-old English midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall attracting interest from Brentford, Brighton and Fulham. (Mailexternal-link)

Manchester United are still planning to appoint Dan Ashworth as sporting director this summer with the expectation that a deal over compensation with Newcastle will be agreed soon. (Football Insiderexternal-link)

Ex-England striker Jermain Defoe, 41, might be set to land his first managerial role after holding talks with former club Sunderland. (Sun)external-link

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