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Danny Welbeck wants to quit fallen champions Manchester United.
Manchester United have been put on red alert after it emerged Barcelona are considering selling £40million-rated Cesc Fabregas.
Brendan Rodgers is ready to commit himself to Liveropol, if the deal is right.
Manchester City want Athletic Bilbao's Iker Muniain - the man dubbed the Spanish Messi.
Brendan Rodgers wants a long-term contract that will enable him to build a dynasty at Liverpool.
Antoine Griezmann will be the summer target for a cluster of Premier League clubs - with Manchester United, Liverpool and Everton joining Arsenal in the race for the 23-year-old French winger.
Tottenham are weighing up a £20million summer move for Danny Welbeck.
Roberto Martinez is planning to make the first move for Swansea striker Wilfried Bony.
Arsene Wenger has given Arsenal's hierarchy his word that he will sign a new contract.
Tim Sherwood is a leading contender to take over as Norwich boss and is believed to be interested in the job even if the Canaries are relegated.
Fulham aim to start contract talks with John Heitinga this week to keep the Dutch defender at Craven Cottage next season.
Pierre van Hooijdonk has claimed Robin van Persie's Manchester United future will only be guaranteed if Louis van Gaal replaces David Moyes.
Manchester United are ready to offer £27million for Southampton's England left-back Luke Shaw but face a fight to talk him into the move.
Arsenal are trying to snatch the next Southampton super babe Callum Slattery.
Randy Lerner is trying to sell Aston Villa for £200million as manager Paul Lambert battles to save his job.
Arsene Wenger is weighing up a move for Burnley right-back Kieran Trippier.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Romelu Lukaku will snub Everton's bid to snap him up on a permanent deal unless they land Champions League football.
Arsenal will make a shock £13million move for Manchester United defender Chris Smalling this summer.
Chelsea have been offered Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa in a swap deal involving Romelu Lukaku.
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has held talks over a new deal for boss Roberto Martinez.
England midfielder Gareth Barry has told Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini he was wrong to loan him to Everton.
Chelsea will launch next season's assault on Europe with a bid for Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa that could be £80million.
Gus Poyet could become the top flight's latest managerial casualty despite Sunderland's shock 2-1 win at Chelsea.
MAIL ON SUNDAY
Manchester United are ready to flex their muscles in the transfer market by taking on both Manchester City and Chelsea for PSG's Edinson Cavani and, if they get him, could offload Robin van Persie.
Louis van Gaal, who it has been assumed will take over as Tottenham boss this summer, is taking his time over his next move.
Newcastle are unlikely to sign Loic Remy permanently after his loan deal expires at the end of the season.
Cesc Fabregas's future at Barcelona appears uncertain with half of the club's supporters keen to offload the former Arsenal captain in the summer.
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Sky Sports understands Turkey's biggest clubs are battling to sign Sunderland star Sebastian Larsson, who looks set to depart England this summer.
West Ham defender George McCartney is hoping to earn himself a new deal at Upton Park.
Aston Villa winger Marc Albrighton has revealed he is in the dark over his future at Villa Park.
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