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Manchester United manager David Moyes hopes to complete his summer transfer dealings before the World Cup starts on 12 June.
Porto striker Jackson Martinez, 27, is ready to snub interest from Roma because the Colombian is keen to join Manchester United.
Bayern Munich and Arsenal are keen on Athletic Bilbao's French centre-back Aymeric Laporte, 19.
Bayern are also showing an interest in Aston Villa defender Easah Suliman, 16, who has captained England Under-17s.
Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino is convinced Luke Shaw, 18, will still be at St Mary's next season, and says the Saints board will not be brow-beaten into selling the England left-back.
Ajaccio goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa, a target for Liverpool, is set to become a free agent in the summer and the Mexico international, 28, has not ruled out a move to the Premier League.
Alan Pardew says Loic Remy, 27, could snub Champions League football and join Newcastle on a permanent deal from QPR. The French striker has previously stated that he wants to join a "great European club" after his season-long loan at St James' Park ends.
Arsenal are closing in on a deal for Eintracht Frankfurt defender Sebastian Jung, 23, after his agent admitted that a £7m summer move to the Gunners could be a possibility.
Juventus are trying to turn Dani Osvaldo's loan spell into a permanent deal - but for a reduced fee. The 28-year-old is on loan in Turin from Southampton, who want £15m for their record signing though the Italian club are only prepared to pay £7m.
Everton are ready to offer midfielder Kevin Mirallas, 26, a new deal after the Belgium international's impressive season.
Sunderland can be the side to end Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho's unbeaten Premier League record at Stamford Bridge, according to manager Gus Poyet.
Chelsea assistant coach Steve Holland hopes central defender John Terry, 33, midfielder Frank Lampard, 35, and left-back Ashley Cole, 33, will agree new deals soon.
West Brom boss Pepe Mel has ruled out a move back to former club Real Betis.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil, 25, will be Player of the Season next year despite a difficult first campaign in English football.
Aston Villa are set for a £200m takeover by two American billionaires - but only if the Villans avoid relegation.
Manchester City will stick with Manuel Pellegrini as boss for next season despite the dramatic collapse of the Blues' title challenge in the last four days.
Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini believes that Samir Nasri, 26, is throwing away his chance at becoming a world-class player.
City are set to open contract negotiations with striker Edin Dzeko, 28, over a deal to keep him at Etihad Stadium.
Crystal Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni believes that team-mate Jason Puncheon, 27, has the ability to become an England player if he continues his current form.
Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta, 32, says he has not enjoyed life at Emirates as much as he might have done because of the pressure he puts on himself.
Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood believes the club were short-changed when they sold Gareth Bale for a world record fee of £85.3m.
Sir Alex Ferguson has been immortalised in words after artist Annemarie Wright created a portrait of the former Manchester United boss using the names of all the players who appeared under him at Old Trafford.
Kenny Dalglish says Liverpool did not have formal medal ceremonies during the 1970s and 1980s when they won the league - players were invited by coach Ronnie Moran to pick out their medal from a cardboard box "if you think you deserve it".
A 16-year-old who plays football barefoot on the back streets of Calcutta has been chosen to train with Manchester United after being spotted by Red Devils scouts at a tournament for India's best youngsters.
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