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Chelsea will complete Diego Costa signing, and Romelu Lukaku will be shipped off to Spain. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool are set to give up on the Adam Lallana chase and focus on Lazar Markovic. (Daily Mirror)

Cesc Fabregas has left Barcelona for €33m, that’s according to his team mate Gerard Pique. (Daily Mirror)

Carlo Ancelotti has given the green light for Real Madrid to chase Luis Suarez. (Daily Mirror)

QPR open talks with Bafetimbi Gomis as the striker leaves Lyon. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle ready to battle West Ham for the signature of Ross McCormack. (Daily Mirror)

Southampton are believed to be lining up Fulham boss Felix Magath in surprise managerial coup. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United are leading the race for Cesc Fabregas – because Barcelona no longer see them as direct rivals. (Daily Express)

However, Chelsea are ready to offer Fabregas £200,000 per week to tempt him to move to Stamford Bridge. (Metro)

Tottenham could hijack Liverpool’s move for Sevilla left-back Alberto Moreno. Roberto Soldado and Etienne Capoue could be used as makeweights. (Daily Mail)

Diego Costa’s impending arrival at Chelsea will be followed by the exits of Fernando Torres and Demba Ba. (Daily Star)

Arsenal could boost their defence with a move for Serbian defender Nemanja Pejcinovic, who is a free agent after leaving Nice in France. (Daily Express)

The Napoli president admits he is still unsure where Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina will be playing next term. (Sky Sports)

Chelsea’s Belgium international striker Romelu Lukaku, 21, is wanted on loan by Atletico Madrid to replace 25-year-old Costa, but Valencia are willing to pay £18m for him. (Daily Mirror)

Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola wants to sell midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, and the 29-year-old Germany international could be a target for Manchester United. (Bild)

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