Monday 2 February: Top football transfer rumours featuring Aaron Lennon, Eden Hazard and David Brooks

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We take a look at the top transfer rumours doing the rounds on Monday 4 February.

Leeds are lining up a move for former player Aaron Lennon, according to The Sun. The winger made his first appearance at Elland Road in 2003 and is currently at Premier League club Burnley.

But his hometown club, who are battling to return to the top flight, already have eyes on him for the summer transfer window, the paper says.

After keeping West Brom at bay during deadline day, Stoke boss Nathan Jones could still have a fight on his hands to keep hold of forward Bojan, The Sun says.

MLS side New England Revolution are reportedly looking to table an offer worth £50,000 a week, and could still pull off the deal with the US transfer window open until the start of May.

Thibaut Courtois is backing Chelsea’s Eden Hazard for a move to Real Madrid, The Mirror reports. The goalkeeper is said to be urging Bernabeu bosses to target his former team-mate amid speculation the Belgian is already in the running to replace Cristiano Ronaldo in Spain.

Bournemouth’s David Brooks looks to be in high demand, with both Tottenham and Manchester United said to be prepared to do battle for the 21-year-old. The Mirror says the Welsh midfielder could command offers of £50million come the summer after impressing with six goals in 22 Premier League appearances.

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Arsenal are hoping to bring Adrien Rabiot to the Emirates when his contract expires this summer, according to The Sun. After a limited January transfer window for the Gunners, the Paris Saint Germain player will likely be an attractive prospect at the end of the season.

Idrissa Gueye’s apparent desire to move to Paris Saint Germain may have to be put on ice, the Mail reports, as the two clubs wrangle over the asking price. The Toffees are said to want close to £40million but PSG’s opening bid was only near half of that.

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