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Argentina striker Lionel Messi has ruled out ever moving to the Premier League by revealing he wants to stay with Barcelona for the rest of his career. (Sunday Mirror)

Manchester United are ready to pay £25m for Brazilian striker Leandro Damiao . The 22-year-old has been the subject of interest from Tottenham. (Metro)

Italian legend Alessandro del Piero looks set to leave Juventus when his contract expires this summer, with Arsenal and QPR reportedly interested. The 37-year-old has spent 20 years at Juve scoring more than 200 goals in 700 appearances. (Footie-online.co.uk)

Arsenal have added Birmingham’s 19-year-old goalkeeper Jack Butland to their wanted list. Butland is currently on loan at League Two side Cheltenham. (Sunday Mirror)

Germany striker Lukas Podolski has given a further indication that he is far from certain to sign for Arsenal in the summer. The 26-year-old Cologne forward has hinted he would be interested in a move to Lazio. (Metro)

Liverpool are stepping up their interest in Athletic Bilbao pair Iker Muniain and Javi Martinez. (Sun on Sunday)

Bobby Zamora wants to leave QPR – just six weeks after signing for the club. The former Fulham striker is regretting his switch and would welcome a potential move back to West Ham if they get promoted. (The People)

Newcastle are plotting a summer raid on PSV for £5m-rated left back Erik Pieters. (Sun on Sunday)

Fulham want to sign Tottenham full-back Kyle Naughton. The Spurs defender is currently on loan at Norwich. (The People)

Swansea will offer Scott Sinclair a new deal keep the Premier League big spenders at bay. (Sun on Sunday)

Chelsea are tying up a deal for Colombian starlet Joao Rodriguez after flying him in for talks. (The People)

Blackburn star Junior Hoilett is poised to snub Newcastle and Spurs in favour of a move to Germany, with Bayern Munich keen on the Rovers man. (The People)

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