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TRANSFER GOSSIP

Bayern Munich forward Arjen Robben, 28, is considering a return to English football and could join Chelsea, Tottenham or Arsenal for as little as £10m.

Full story: Sunday Mirror

Radja Nainggolan
Radja Nainggolan, right, has three Belgium caps

Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan, 23, has emerged as a surprise summer transfer target for Manchester City.

Full story: Metro

Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay is planning an £8m summer bid for 24-year-old Leeds midfielder Robert Snodgrass.

Full story: Sunday Mirror

Tottenham's Kyle Walker, 21, and Liverpool's Glen Johnson, 27, are on a list of full-back targets drawn up by Real Madrid.

Full story: Metro

Cardiff have started a scramble for former Manchester United trainee Tom Heaton's signature by not offering the 25-year-old goalkeeper a new deal.

Full story: the Sun

Arsenal will break the bank in a bid to persuade 28-year-old striker Robin van Persie to sign a new contract.

Full story: The Mail on Sunday

Alex McLeish is in pole position to sign Peterborough's 24-year-old goalkeeper Joe Lewis - with Brad Guzan, 27, set to quit Aston Villa this summer.

Full story: Sunday Mirror

Cristian Tello
Cristian Tello is a Spain Under-23 international

Arsenal will look to lure Barcelona youngster Cristian Tello to the Emirates Stadium this summer after a series of scouting missions on the 20-year-old attacker.

Full story: Caught Offside

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero, 23, has been advised that he should take any chance he gets to sign for Real Madrid - by his father-in-law Diego Maradona.

Full story: Insidefutbol

OTHER GOSSIP

Former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez is on the brink of replacing Andre Villas-Boas as Chelsea manager and could be in place for Tuesday's FA Cup fifth-round replay against Birmingham.

Full story: The Mail on Sunday

The Chelsea boss is "doomed" and Benitez could be a viable short-term replacement, but owner Roman Abramovich is poised to turn to Barcelona's Pep Guardiola in the summer.

Full story: Sunday Mirror

Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will reject any approach from the Football Association to succeed Fabio Capello as England manager as he is only interested in taking on a Premier League job.

Full story: The Sunday Times (subscription needed)

Mourinho has emerged as Harry Redknapp's most serious rival for the job of the next England boss and both men have strong support within the FA.

Full story: The Mail on Sunday

Everton manager David Moyes says that everyone in the Premier League should take a 20% cut to make fotball more affordable for fans and put football finances in order.

Full story: Sunday Express

Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill is to give Stephane Sessegnon a free role in Sunday's Tyne-Wear derby.

Full story: Daily Telegraph

Newcastle defender Fabricio Coloccini has said he is determined to be the next Magpies captain to get his hands on silverware.

Full story: Evening Chronicle

Wolves midfielder Karl Henry has revealed that a summit held by players after Mick McCarthy's sacking has galvanised players for a survival fight.

Full story: Express and Star

Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 30, has revealed Arsene Wenger gave him a Arsenal number nine shirt with his name on to try and tempt him to London in 2000, but the Swede refused a trial and instead chose Ajax.

Full story: the Sun

Former England and Manchester United full-back Gary Neville has picked his "winning England squad" and named Kyle Walker at hs old position of right back.

Full story: The Mail on Sunday

AND FINALLY

Tottenham striker Louis Saha coped with restless nights in his London Docklands apartment caused by noisy trains by wrapping bandages around his head and eyes to get some sleep.

Full story: the Sun

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