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Chelsea defender David Luiz is the latest Premier League star targeted by Paris Saint-Germain as Jose Mourinho is not convinced that the Brazilian fits into his plans. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham are in talks with Corinthians for £17million-rated Brazil midfielder Paulinho. (Daily Mirror)

Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio has opened the door to a potential move to Manchester United. (Daily Mirror)

Iago Aspas says he’s not joining Liverpool as a replacement for Luis Suarez. (Daily Mirror)

Marseille have revealed their interest in Arsenal striker Gervinho. (Daily Mirror)

Turkish champions Galatasaray claim they are poised to land Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel. (Daily Mirror)

Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway is reeling after former club Blackpool quoted him a combined £14million fee for wingers Thomas Ince and Matt Phillips. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea have joined the chase for Borussia Dortmund’s Robert Lewandowski, with the German club not wanting to sell to Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich. (Metro)

New Manchester United boss David Moyes will be given a £60million transfer warchest to boost the Old Trafford club’s squad. (Daily Telegraph)

Tottenham, Arsenal and Liverpool target David Villa will not be leaving Barcelona says the Catalan club’s president Sandro Rosell. (Daily Express)

Arsene Wenger is willing to break Arsenal’s £15million transfer record to sign Real Madrid’s £25million-rated striker Gonzalo Higuain. (The Guardian)

Liverpool are to step up their interest in Shakhtar Donetsk’s Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who is rated at £20million. (Daily Telegraph)

Andy Carroll should complete his £15.5million transfer from Liverpool to West Ham this week. (Daily Express)

Inter Milan may move for Manchester City left-back Aleksandar Kolarov, who lost his place in the City side last season. (talkSPORT)

Newcastle defender Fabricio Coloccini, who looked set to depart the club in January has said he will stay with the Magpies. (The Sun)


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