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Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller, 25, wants to join Manchester United. (Sunday Express)
Chelsea are worried that Manchester United and Manchester City both want to sign Everton defender John Stones, 21. (Mail on Sunday)
Wolfsburg have told Manchester City to pay £50m for Belgium winger Kevin De Bruyne, 24. (Daily Star Sunday)
Tottenham expect to complete the £20m signing of West Brom forward Saido Berahino, 22, next week. (Sunday Mirror)
Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie, 26, says he would be tempted by an approach from a top club. (Sunday Times - subscription required)
Newcastle are set to bring in winger Florian Thauvin, 22, from Marseille for £12m.(Sunday Mirror)
West Brom, Everton and Stoke are on the trail of Manchester United centre-back Jonny Evans, 27, but could be put off by the Northern Irishman's £12m price tag. (Sun on Sunday)
And the Baggies could also move for Birmingham winger Demarai Gray, 19. (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea is back in first-team training after being dropped amid interest from Real Madrid - but Sergio Romero is set to continue in goal. (Mail on Sunday)
Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro's future at Stamford Bridge is in doubt after she missed a key meeting with manager Jose Mourinho and the club's medical staff. (Sunday Express)
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The Chelsea manager says his players will not reach peak physical condition until September after a tough pre-season.(Sunday Times - subscription required)
Liverpool have rejected a bid from Roma to take centre-back Mamadou Sakho, 25.(Sunday Telegraph)
Reds' striker Danny Ings, 23, says he received plenty of advice on how to cope with life at Anfield during a round of golf with former striker Robbie Fowler.(Liverpool Echo)
Manchester United have made a £21.3m for Lazio midfielder Lucas Biglia, 29. (Metro, via Tancredi Palmeri)
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew thinks the gap is narrowing between the top Premier League sides and the rest of the division. (Sunday Telegraph)
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Mario Balotelli - widely expected to leave Liverpool before the transfer window shuts on 1 September -posted a cryptic message on Twitter: "Patience and result will arrive soon. Believe me or not!"
His Liverpool team-mate Daniel Sturridge has posted a video on his Youtube channel training in the United States as he moves closer to a return from hip surgery.
Retired United States striker Landon Donovan is still fond of Everton after two loan spells there, greeting their 3-0 win at Southampton - in green kit - with the message: "Don't care what colour kit they wear as long as they keep winning!"
"I like the look of today's Fulham line-up. Would be a lovely game to win,"tweeted Richard Osman - Fulham supporter and co-host of BBC quiz Pointless - before Saturday's Championship home game against Brighton. "I hate football," he tweeted after his team lost 2-1 to a last-minute penalty.
Comedian David Schneider suggested the following tip to cheer up Dick Advocaat: "Sunderland. Get your players to start winning matches by telling them it's actually April."
Former Wigan and Blackburn striker Jason Robertshas had his sayon Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho's criticism of team doctor Eva Carneiro: "Jose has done it again. No-one has talked about how Chelsea looked sluggish and poor against Swansea. It's all about Eva, while Chelsea prepare for Manchester City."
Chelsea forward Patrick Bamford - on loan at Crystal Palace - says he has an ambition to replace Gary Lineker as the presenter of Match of the Day. (Observer)