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Manchester City are facing big-money competition from Paris Saint-Germain for Porto’s France defender Eliaquim Mangala. (Daily Mirror)

Atletico Madrid are eyeing Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City have agreed to sign Argentinian midfield prospect Bruno Zuculini for around £1.5million. Victor Blanco, president of his current team Racing Club, says the 20-year-old will move to the Etihad in the summer. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United have been put on high alert after a list of Bayern Munich earners shows target Toni Kroos to be one of the side’s lowest. (Daily Mirror)

Ravel Morrison is set to finally join QPR on loan from West Ham. (Daily Mirror)

Inter Milan will bid for Manchester United defender Patrice Evra with a view to buying the French left-back in this summer’s transfer window. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United, Spurs and Chelsea are all interested in Dinamo Zagreb striker Robert Muric. (Daily Express)

Ashley Cole will wait until the end of the season, when his contract comes to an end, before deciding on his future at Chelsea. (Metro)

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho wants to be reunited with Sami Khedira, who he managed at Real Madrid, the 26-year-old German could make his way to Stamford Bridge this summer. (Talksport)

Chelsea have been offered Atletico Madrid’s Brazil international striker Diego Costa, 25, in a swap deal involving Belgium international goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 21, who is currently on a three-year loan at the Spanish club.(Daily Star)

Tottenham have beaten Barcelona to the signing of 16-year-old Nigeria youth international Musa Yahaya, who has been called the new Andres Iniesta. (Metro)

Tottenham midfielder Jake Livermore, 24, is so keen to remain on loan at Hull that he rejected an attempt by Spurs to bring him back before the end of the season-long deal. (Daily Mail)


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