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Nemanja Vidic confirms he’s leaving Manchester United when his contract expires in the summer. Inter Milan, Napoli, Monaco and Galatasaray are all interested in the 32-year-old centre-half. (Daily Mirror)

Juventus have joined Manchester City in the race to sign midfielder Fernando, who’s set to leave Portuguese champions Porto on a Bosman in the summer. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United target Toni Kroos has revealed via Facebook that he has yet to sign a new contract with Bayern Munich. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United have issued a ‘hands-off’ warning after Paris Saint-Germain were linked with a £40million move for Adnan Januzaj. (Daily Star)

Liverpool are considering a summer move for £5million-rated Omar Abdulrahman. (Daily Star)

Ashley Cole would have to take a 50 per cent pay cut if he would like to relaunch his career in America. (Daily Star)

Manchester United and Chelsea will go head-to-head for £54million striker Edinson Cavani after the player’s representatives were in London yesterday. (Daily Mail)

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has emerged as a target for Paris Saint-Germain. (Metro)

Ex-Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke believes forward Wayne Rooney, 28, will leave the current Premier League champions if they fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League. David Moyes’s side are currently seventh, seven points behind fourth-placed Liverpool.(MEN)

Metz striker Diafra Sakho, 24, is a target for Newcastle. With 12 goals this season, he is attracting up to 15 scouts to the Ligue Two side’s matches.(InsideFutbol)

Marseille fear they will not be able to hold on to 16-year-old midfielder Maxime Lopez as Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal are interested. (Daily Express)

Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino has been targeted by Real Madrid to replace Carlo Ancelotti. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City are set to offer a new contract to France midfielder Samir Nasri. The 26-year-old’s current deal expires at the end of next season.(The Times)

David Ginola is hoping to secure a coaching role at his former club Tottenham. Former French winger Ginola, 47, played for Spurs for three years from 1997 to 2000. (Daily Express)


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