Transfer rumours and paper review – Saturday, April 2: Man United want Lukaku, Chelsea plot double swoop

Here are the top transfer-related stories in Saturday’s newspapers…

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has revealed he is getting calls from agents of players who are keen to join the in-form Hammers. But the boss fears the club are growing too fast. (Daily Star)

Incoming Chelsea boss has told the club to sign Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan and defender Kostas Manolas in a £52million summer double swoop. (Daily Express)

Everton fear Romelu Lukaku will move to Manchester United this summer – despite the Toffees repeatedly insisting the Belgian striker is not for sale. (Daily Mirror)

Barcelona are planning a £12million summer move for Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo. (Sport)

Liverpool reportedly decided against signing Sadio Mane before he moved to Southampton because his stats were not deemed value for money by a computer programme. (Daily Star)

The Reds are thought to be leading the race to sign 26-year-old Dynamo Kiev forward Andriy Yarmolenko. (Sport)

Jose Mourinho will look to sign former Chelsea and Arsenal midfielder Lassana Diarra, 31, if he becomes Manchester United manager. (Le 10 Sport)

Tottenham are tracking Utrecht forward Sebastien Haller. (Evening Standard)

And here are the latest headlines…​

Harry Redknapp EXCLUSIVE – ‘Mauricio Pochettino to Manchester United? Why would he want to leave Tottenham?’

Paris Saint-Germain’s Angel Di Maria blames Lois van Gaal for changing his position at Manchester United: ‘They didn’t let me settle properly’

Man United boss Louis van Gaal SLAMS Angel di Maria

Arsene Wenger expects Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez to extend their Arsenal stay this summer

Roberto Martinez unfazed by Romelu Lukaku exit talk and claims Everton can compete with any team in the world

Newcastle flop Remy Cabella to seal permanent Marseille move

Tottenham transfer news: Mauricio Pochettino plotting summer swoop for £23m-rated Germany Under-21 star

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