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Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 35, has been offered about £15m a season to join LA Galaxy in the MLS. (Sunday Express)

Arsenal have told manager Arsene Wenger to decide on his future during the forthcoming international break - and want a decision before the Gunners face Manchester City at Emirates Stadium on 2 April. (Sunday Mirror)

Southampton want England goalkeeper Joe Hart, 29, amid fears Fraser Forster, 28, will leave for Everton. (Sun on Sunday)

Torino want to sign Hart on a permanent deal after being impressed with his performances during his season-long loan spell at the Italian side. (Sunday Express)

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West Ham plan to sell striker Andy Carroll, 28, in the summer and replace him with Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge, 27. (Daily Star Sunday)

Chelsea and Arsenal are both interested in Manchester United's England winger Jesse Lingard, 24. (Sun on Sunday)

Manchester City are considering a summer move for Swansea's Spanish striker Fernando Llorente, 32. (Don Balon - in Spanish)

Swansea will not sell midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson for anything less than £30m. West Ham and Everton are interested in signing the 27-year-old. (Daily Star Sunday)

Real Madrid have given Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea, 26, a May deadline to make up his mind over a return to his native Spain. (Sunday Mirror)

Former England internationals Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Phil Neville will be given the chance to help coach some of England's youth teams. (Mail on Sunday)

Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti, who took James Rodriguez to Real Madrid, is keen to sign the 25-year-old Colombia playmaker again. (Marca)

West Brom and Stoke City have sent scouts to watch Udinese striker Jakub Jankto, 21. (Tutto Mercato Web, via Birmingham Mail)

Aitor Karanka's future as manager of relegation-threatened Middlesbrough remains uncertain following Saturday's 2-0 FA Cup defeat by Manchester City. (Observer)

Alan Irvine, who took charge of Norwich City's Championship match against Blackburn on Saturday, has said he does not want the vacant manager's job on a full-time basis. (Norwich Evening News)

Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen, 25, says Spurs have learned from their lack of silverware last season and are determined to win a trophy this term. (Mail on Sunday)

Former Spurs striker Teddy Sheringham says forward Harry Kane, 23, and midfielder Dele Alli, 20, do not need to leave the club to win trophies as he did. (London Evening Standard)

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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has brought a personal chef to England. The chef is believed to have cooked the United midfielder's meals when he played at Italian side Juventus. (Sun on Sunday)

Tottenham striker Harry Kane, the joint top goalscorer in the Premier League, has put his good form down to the fact he has "changed his diet". (London Evening Standard)

Fulham midfielder Tim Ream said it was not fault 16-year-old team-mate Ryan Sessegnon was denied a chance to score a hat-trick against Championship leaders Newcastle. Sessegnon had scored twice when Fulham, 3-1 ahead, were given a late penalty. Sessegnon went to take it but Ream took it off him - and missed. "Manager took the decision," said Ream. (Sky Sports)

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