Gossip column: Neymar, Vardy, Wanyama, Ronaldinho, Sturridge
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Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov, 30, is reconsidering a potential move to a Serie A club this summer because he wants to work with new manager Pep Guardiola. (Manchester Evening News)
Manchester City sporting director Txiki Begiristain and chief executive Ferran Soriano "courted" football agent Pere Guardiola to persuade his brother Pep to become the Premier League club's new manager. (Telegraph)
Barcelona forward Neymar's dad has told a Spanish judge that an unnamed club has offered £144.4m for the 23-year-old Brazil international. (Sun)
Southampton's Kenya midfielder Victor Wanyama, 24, is stalling on a new contract at St Mary's amid interest from Arsenal and Tottenham. (Daily Mirror)
The Premier League's bottom club Aston Villa are making contingency plans in case Remi Garde quits as manager. (Birmingham Mail)
Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic, 28, is prepared to leave the club in the summer becoming increasingly frustrated at the lack of playing time at Stamford Bridge. (Sun)
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge, 26, has returned to full training but the England international is unlikely to feature in Saturday's Premier League match against Sunderland at Anfield. (Liverpool Echo)
Liverpool target Alex Teixeira, 26, is set to leave Shakhtar Donetsk to join Chinese club Jiangsu Suning in a deal worth £37m. (Calciomercato)
Turkish club Fenerbahce claim Liverpool will not sell Lazar Markovic, 21, even if they offer the Reds £20m for the on-loan Serbia winger. (Turkish newspaper Sabah, via the Independent)
Former England defender Ashley Cole's move to LA Galaxy will see the 35-year-old receive just £4,000-a-week in wages. (LA Times)
Leicester City came close to selling Premier League top scorer Jamie Vardy, 29, to Championship side Sheffield Wednesday six months ago in a £5m deal. (Football Insider)
The Foxes made an ambitious January transfer window bid to sign former Ballon d'Or winner Ronaldinho, 35, who is a free agent since leaving Fluminense in September. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)
Atletico Madrid plan to re-sign Chelsea forward Diego Costa, 27, this summer with the money they made selling striker Jackson Martinez, 29, to Guangzhou Evergrande in January. (Daily Mail)
West Ham are in talks with Barcelona about arranging a friendly on 3 August as their first match at the Olympic Stadium. (Sun)
Crystal Palace striker Emmanuel Adebayor, 31, insists he does not deserve his reputation as a disruptive influence and says the Eagles' supporters "already love me". (Evening Standard)
Sunderland's new signing Dame N'Doye, 30, says his experience of a Premier League relegation battle with Hull City last season will prove invaluable during his loan spell at the Stadium of Light.(Daily Mirror)
West Brom captain Darren Fletcher, 32, says Swansea fans taunted him over his career-threatening bowel condition.(Express & Star)
Baggies goalkeeper Ben Foster has urged his team-mate Saido Berahino, 22, to quit social media "and delete all that rubbish".(Birmingham Mail)
Championship side Leeds United hope to sign Norwich City and Northern Ireland striker Kyle Lafferty, 28, when the Football League's emergency loan window opens next week.(Yorkshire Post)
Best of social media
It began with what seemed like a gesture of solidarity, but a Twitter exchange between Southampton and Portsmouth escalated into a zesty examination of their south-coast rivalry.
Meanwhile, Eric Dier was seemingly in nostalgic mood, posting this picture of fellow Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli on Instagram.
Aston Villa forward Jordan Ayew has apologised on Instagram following his red card for elbowing West Ham defender Aaron Cresswell at Upton Park on Tuesday.
A French artist has opened an exhibition featuring photos of Zinedine Zidane's last 100 days as a footballer. (AS - in Spanish)
New Bayern Munich loan signing Serdar Tasci, 28, missed his own presentation at the club after suffering a minor concussion in his first training session. (ESPN)