Gossip column: Hernandez, Lukaku, Remy, Puncheon
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Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, 25, could be one of a number of players to leave Old Trafford this summer, with Atletico Madrid keen to sign him.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez says Romelu Lukaku's happiness at Goodison Park during his loan spell from Chelsea could make the 20-year-old striker a permanent fixture there next season.
Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis has issued a hands-off warning to clubs thinking of making a bid for in-form winger Jason Puncheon, 27.
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QPR boss Harry Redknapp has admitted Arsenal target Loic Remy, 27, is set to leave Loftus Road permanently at the end of the season after impressing on loan at Newcastle.
Louis van Gaal will target Ajax defender Joel Veltman, 22, if he lands the Tottenham manager's job this summer.
West Ham could renew their interest in Leeds striker Ross McCormack, 27, at the end of the season.
Long-serving Sunderland defender Phil Bardsley, 28, and utility player Jack Colback, 24, will leave when their contracts expire at the end of the season.
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Manchester United have met with Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal as doubts grow about manager David Moyes's future at Old Trafford.
Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany says Sunday's Premier League meeting with Liverpool is "a defining game", but insists City's title challenge would not be over if they are beaten.
Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood says the club were wrong to look abroad for new signings last summer.
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Hull City captain Curtis Davies, 29, does not expect to be called into the Republic of Ireland squad because he does not get on with manager Martin O'Neill or assistant Roy Keane.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has admitted he must be resilient after a poll revealed 86% of the club's supporters want him sacked.
Manchester United season-ticket holders are angry about being moved to another part of Old Trafford to make way for a new singing section next season.
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Liverpool defender Kolo Toure seems to be a fan of his own song as he sings it at Liverpool's new kit launch.
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