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Chelsea are reportedly preparing a £15m bid for Sevilla's 21-year-old defender Alberto Moreno.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says contract talks have stalled with 31-year-old defender Bacary Sagna.
Wenger has played down a move for Queens Park Rangers forward Loic Remy - who is on loan at Newcastle - but admits he is a fan of the 27-year-old.
On-loan Barcelona forward Gerard Deulofeu, 20, has agreed to stay with Everton for another season.
Manchester United are going ahead with plans to make a £55m double bid for Southampton midfielder Adam Lallana, 25, and defender Luke Shaw, 18.
Chelsea midfielder Ramires is a summer target for Barcelona, with the Spanish giants set to offer around £20m plus a player for the 27-year-old.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez is looking to bring in Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley, 24, as an eventual replacement for 32-year-old Leon Osman.
Midfielder Frank Lampard, 35, is set to sign a new one-year deal with Chelsea in the next 10 days.
Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 21, has been told to return to Chelsea this summer from his loan spell at Atletico Madrid - and could begin next season as their number one in place of Petr Cech.
Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, 24, says he would never force a transfer away from the club following rumoured interest from Manchester United and Arsenal.
Napoli defender Pablo Armero, 27, is hoping his performances on loan at West Ham since January have persuaded manager Sam Allardyce to sign him on a permanent basis this summer.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is weighing up a £5m bid for 24-year-old Monaco striker Emmanuel Riviere.
Chelsea are set to reward Cesar Azpilicueta, 24, for a good season with a new £70,000-a-week contract, despite the club's interest in signing fellow left-back Shaw, 18, from Southampton. Shaw could replace Ashley Cole, 33.
MANCHESTER UNITED GOSSIP
David Moyes has reached a settlement with Manchester United after being sacked by the club with just four games of the season remaining.
Moyes's reign as Manchester United manager will have been worth £7m to the Scot in wages and compensation.
Moyes is said to feel let down by his predecessor at United, Sir Alex Ferguson, who he thinks failed to support him enough in the latter stages of his tenure at Old Trafford.
But Ferguson has told a charity lunch he was unhappy with the way the club handled the dismissal of his successor.
Ferguson also tried to save fellow Scot Moyes from the axe, pleading his case to the rest of the Manchester United board.
Robin van Persie cut a delighted figure on Friday morning as he shook hands with new Manchester United interim boss Ryan Giggs.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has emerged as a contender for the post of United manager.
Martinez has dismissed talk linking him with the vacant post at Old Trafford following his successful season in charge at Everton.
United's players are in the firing line after the Glazer family arrived in England yesterday to carry out their own post-mortem following Moyes's dismissal.
Jose Mourinho said Chelsea are the most important English club in Europe and says fans believe they deserve more respect for their continental exploits.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert insists he will not buckle under pressure, despite his side's struggles in the Premier League this season.
Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre says the club have recovered from being "seconds from financial disaster" to re-establish themselves at the top of English football.
A smile was raised before Ryan Giggs's first news conference when a member of United's media staff introduced him as Moyes.
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