Gossip column - second edition: Pasalic, Lescott, Radosevic, Hamsik, Olic

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TRANSFER GOSSIP

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes is refusing to give up hope of signing Wolfsburg's Croatian international striker Ivica Olic, 34.

Full story: Stoke Sentinel  

Santiago Arias' agent has fuelled suggestions the PSV Eindhoven defender, 22, could be on his way to Manchester United by admitting that English teams have shown interest in the Colombian.

Full story: Talksport  

Josip Radosevic

Croatian midfielder Josip Radosevic signed for Napoli from Hajduk Split in January 2013

Serie A side Napoli have put a £33m price tag on unsettled Manchester United and Chelsea target Marek Hamsik, 26.

Full story: Daily Express 

Arsenal must fight off interest from Paris St-Germain, Monaco and Bayern Munich to convince defender Laurent Koscielny, 28, to sign a new contract.

Full story: Daily Telegraph 

The agent of Croatia Under-21 international Mario Pasalic, 19, says the Hajduk Split midfielder will undergo a medical with Chelsea in May ahead of signing a permanent deal.

Full story: Daily Mirror 

West Ham will try to sign Joleon Lescott in the summer when the 31-year-old Manchester City defender's contract expires, six months after the Hammers made an initial move for the England international.

Full story: Daily Mirror 

Manchester United manager David Moyes has flown to Portugal to check on the form of three transfer targets. He is monitoring the Porto pair of centre-half Eliaquim Mangala, 23, striker Jackson Martinez, 27, and Benfica left-back Guilherme Siqueira, 27, currently on loan from Granada.

Full story: Daily Mail 

Aston Villa are likely to make a summer move for Napoli midfielder Josip Radosevic, 20, who has played only 54 minutes of Serie A football for Rafael Benitez's side this season.

Full story: Talksport 

Marco Reus

Marco Reus has won 19 caps for Germany

Hammers boss Sam Allardyce is also keen on capturing Emanuele Giaccherini from relegation-threatened Sunderland. The striker, 28, wants to remain in the Premier League rather than return to his native Italy.

Full story: Metro 

The agent of Schalke midfielder Julian Draxler, 20, has played down the possibility of the player joining Arsenal, despite talk of a move to the north London club in the last transfer window.

Full story: Daily Express 

Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus, 24, wants to move to Manchester United, according to the midfielder's former team-mate Mario Gotze, who is now at Bayern Munich.

Full story: Daily Star 

OTHER GOSSIP

Arsene Wenger claims Chelsea have received more help from television companies over fixture scheduling than Arsenal.

Full story: Independent 

Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood says the north London side would be fighting for the Premier League title if Gareth Bale, 24, had not joined Real Madrid last summer.

Full story: Daily Mail  

Sherwood says there is "no chance" club-record signing Erik Lamela, 22, will recover from a back injury to play before the end of the season.

Full story: London Evening Standard 

Alan Pardew insists Hatem Ben Arfa, 27, still has a future at St James' Park amid suggestions some Newcastle players are unhappy at the French midfielder's lack of application.

Full story: Northern Echo 

Tottenham winger Andros Townsend, 22, still has hopes of making Roy Hodgson's World Cup squad and says he felt "invincible" on his England debut against Montenegro last October.

Full story: London Evening Standard 

Sunderland manager Gus Poyet says Connor Wickham, 21, will stay in the Black Cats' starting XI for the rest of the season if he continues his recent good form.

Full story: Sunderland Echo 

Former Norwich manager Chris Hughton is ready to step in at West Brom if Pepe Mel's Hawthorns reign comes to an early end.

Full story: Daily Mirror 

Eric Lamela

Erik Lamela’s first season in the Premier League has been affected by a series of injuries

England coach Gary Neville has told the squad they need to learn how to dive if they are to enjoy success at this summer's World Cup in Brazil.

Full story: Daily Star 

Southampton chairman Ralph Krueger does not think manager Mauricio Pochettino will be tempted to leave St Mary's this summer.

Full story: Guardian 

Norwich's on-loan midfielder Jonas Gutierrez, 30, could return to Newcastle United at the end of the season. The Argentine is unlikely to agree to a permanent deal at Carrow Road if the Canaries are relegated.

Full story: Chronicle 

Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, 23, is happy for his side to continue to "win ugly" rather than play beautiful football in their bid to secure fourth place in the Premier League.

Full story: Daily Mirror 

Michu, 28, has suffered a recurrence of an ankle injury and Swansea fear the Spanish striker may play only a bit-part role in the final four matches of the season.

Full story: South Wales Evening Post 

GLOBAL GOSSIP (sourced by BBC Monitoring)

Everton goalkeeper Joel Robles, 23, has emerged as a possible transfer target for Spanish side Sevilla.

Full story: As.com (in Spanish) 

Inter Milan president Erick Thohir says the club want to sign a high-profile striker at the end of the season and are looking at Manchester City forward Edin Dzeko, 28, Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata, 21, and Chelsea's Fernando Torres, 30.

Full story: Tuttosport (in Italian) 

Juventus have made contact with the agent of Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez, 25, over a possible summer transfer move.

Full story: As.com (in Spanish)

AND FINALLY

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers wants his side to try to win the Premier League title in the most sporting manner possible.

Full story: Daily Mirror 

The Football Association's security personnel travelled on cable car to the top of Rio's Sugarloaf Mountain to check whether England's training sessions at the Urca military base below could be overseen by people on the ride.

Full story: Daily Mail 

Three Hull City fans who lost their tickets for the Tigers' FA Cup semi-final against Sheffield United got to see the match after the finder of the tickets managed to track them down via social media.

Full story: Hull Daily Mail  

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