SOCCER: Bayern Munich looked to have moved ahead of Tottenham in the race to appoint RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann as their new coach.
Nagelsmann was an early favourite to replace Jose Mourinho at Spurs.
However, the German giants, who look set to lose Hansi Flick in the summer, have declared their interest in the 33-year-old.
And according to Goal, they have been quoted a fee of £26million to prise him away from the Red Bull Arena.
The fee would be the biggest ever in the sport for a coach.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is 6/1.
Chelsea willing to pay £61m for Varane
The Frenchman is reported to be set to push for a move away at the end of the season.
United and Paris Saint-Germain are among the clubs interested in signing Varane.
And the Blues are reportedly willing to pay the £61million it will take to land him.
However, for now Varane says he is '100 per cent committed' to the La Liga club.
Ahead of the Champions League meeting with Chelsea, he said: My future is clear: my focus is on the end of the season.
Pressed on whether he would extend his contract beyond the end of next season, the defender added: 'It is normal that my focus is on the end of the season.
'The message to the fans is that I am 100 per cent committed to the team."
Everton favour Aarons over Trippier
However, the Toffees see Norwich City defender Max Aarons as a better long-term investment according to the Daily Mail.
Trippier, capped 26 times by England, looks set for a Premier League return despite signing a three-year deal with the La Liga side in 2019.
However, despite a £30million price tag being slapped on Aarons, Everton are leaning towards the Championship star.
They are hoping he can follow the success of Ben Godfrey who joined from the Carrow Road Club last summer.
Godfrey is also a good friend of Aarons, which Everton hope will ease the 21-year-old's switch to Merseyside.
* All odds correct at time of publication