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Chelsea are hoping to score a trio of Atletico Madrid transfers, including striker Diego Costa. (Daily Mirror)

Mario Balotelli is set to leave AC Milan, but he isn’t wanted by his old boss Roberto Mancini, now manager of Galatasaray. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool have agreed a five-year deal with young Spanish left-back Alberto Moreno. (Daily Mirror)

Jose Mourinho has confirmed his interest in former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who is set to leave Barcelona. (Daily Mirror)

Long time Man City target Eliaquim Mangala would rather join Man United than Man City. (Daily Mirror)

Arsene Wenger has been in touch with Zinedine Zidane over the signing of Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata. (Daily Mirror)

Inter Milan want to buy Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez for £10m. (Daily Express)

Forget Luuk de Jong, Newcastle want his older brother Siem de Jong, who currently plays at Ajax. (Daily Star)

Arsenal are monitoring the performance of Italy forward Lorenzo Insigne, who has enjoyed a strong season at Napoli. (Metro)

Chelsea are attempting to sign little-known Mexican winger Jurgen Damm, who is of German descent. (Daily Star)

Real Madrid would have to match the £80m they paid Tottenham for Gareth Bale last summer if they want to buy Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, 27. (Marca)

Paris St-Germain are ready to listen to offers for 20-year-old centre-back Marquinhos, who is a target for Manchester City. (Talksport)

Tottenham are ready to make a £5m bid for Bayern Munich winger Julian Green, with Mauricio Pochettino hopeful of making the 18-year-old American his first signing. (Metro)

Barcelona forward Pedro, 26, a rumoured target for Manchester United, has admitted he is unsure about his future. (Mundodeportivo.com)

West Ham have made an offer for Nice defender Timothee Kolodziejczak, 22. The French full-back is valued at about £2.5m. (Talksport)


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