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France coach Laurent Blanc has emerged as the leading contender to be the next Chelsea manager, should preferred targets Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho prove beyond reach. (The Times)

Chelsea will have to fight to keep defender David Luiz, 24, this summer, with Barcelona preparing to offer £35m for the Brazil defender. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United are set to sign Crystal Palace defender Nathaniel Clyne, 20, when his contract expires this summer, and will throw in £2.5m to avoid a tribunal. (Metro)

Meanwhile, the Red Devils have launched a second bid of around £20m for Benfica midfielder Nicolas Gaitan, 24, according to sources in Portugal. (talkSPORT)

Arsenal are reportedly monitoring Manchester City’s Bosnia international forward Edin Dzeko, 26, as Gunners boss Arsene Wenger scouts possible attacking additions this summer. (Caught offside)

Highly rated Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling, 17, could quit in the summer over frustration at a lack of first-team opportunities, with his mum wanting him to return to his native London, where Tottenham are watching events. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is hoping to seal a deal for PSV Eindhoven’s 23-year-old left-back Erik Pieters and FC Twente centre-back, 24, Douglas. (Daily Mail)

Midfielder Alberto Aquilani, 27, is set to finally sever his ties with Liverpool by joining AC Milan on a permanent basis for £6m. (Daily Mail)

Paris Saint-Germain captain Mamadou Sakho, 22, has urged the club to move for Chelsea striker Didier Drogba. (Inside Futbol)

Villarreal will sell striker Giuseppe Rossi, 25, in the summer and have sounded out interest from Premier League clubs including Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham. (Goal.com)

Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes is ready to extend his comeback to another season. The 37-year-old came out of retirement in January and now wants to commit to another season. (The Sun)


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