The Liverpool striker is in contention to start England's Euro 2016 last-16 clash with Iceland on Monday.
Valencia have identified Mathieu Debuchy as a target.
The striker's contract at Sunderland is set to end in the near future, but there seem to be plenty of options for him to consider.
The Magpies are reportedly ready to make a £10 million offer for the Bournemouth winger.
Momentum, the leftwing grassroots organisation set up last autumn to support Jeremy Corbyn, is preparing to confront MPs in open revolt against the party’s leader, and throw its weight behind hisre-election in a new leadership contest.
The prospect of a parliamentary fightback against the result of the EU referendum gathered pace on Sunday, with pro-remain figures saying they would not “roll over and give up”.
Jessica Ennis-Hill believes she is fitter now than at any time since winning heptathlon gold at London 2012 and she showed her Olympic defence is on track by scoring an impressive 6,733 points to win the IAAF Combined Events Challenge in Ratingen, Germany.
The lives of Iceland’s players will “change forever” if they force their way into the quarter‑finals of the European Championship at England’s expense, according to their joint‑manager Heimir Hallgrimsson, who has urged his side to seize the opportunity to make history. Icelandhave players with Premier League experience such as Gylfi Sigurdsson and Eidur Gudjohnsen and their other joint-manager, Lars Lagerback, was unbeaten in six meetings with England while coaching Sweden.
In the end nobody was on fire at the Parc des Princes. No one seemed that terrified either, except perhaps those spectators haunted by the possibility this gruelling last-16 match might stretch on into extra time.
Poland will bring the curtain up on the Euro 2016 quarter-finals when they meet Portugal in Marseille on Thursday, just as they opened the last 16 on Saturday.
England are preparing to play their first fixture since the UK voted to leave the EU, when they take on Iceland in the last 16 of the European Championships.
Boris Johnson and Theresa May, the main contenders to succeed David Cameron as prime minister, are set to launch their formal leadership bids this week amid a slightly chaotic and febrile atmosphere inside the Tory party, with renewed splits developing between leave and remain supporters.