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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho could be plotting a summer swoop for Real Madrid star Raphael Varane, after revealing he rates the France international as “the best young central defender in the world”. (The Sun)

Sunderland are in danger of losing four first-team players in the summer. Jack Colback, Craig Gardner, Sebastian Larsson, and Phil Bardsley could all be gone if they can’t resolve thier contract disputes with the club. (Daily Mail)

Stoke City getting closer to signing Croatia forward Ivica Olic. (Daily Mail)

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert is interested in Senegal striker Moussa Konate. (Talksport)

Former Chelsea player Kevin De Bruyne claims Jose Mourinho blocked his move to Dortmund in the summer after the Blues bid for Robert Lewandowski failed. (Inside Futbol)

AC Milan have entered the race to sign Levante goalkeeper Keylor Navas – the 27-year-old is a target for Liverpool and Everton.(Talksport)

Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, 25, seems likely to leave the club in the summer after claiming that lengthy spells on the bench for the struggling Premier League champions show they “don’t take me much into account”. (Daily Mirror)

Ajax manager Frank de Boer turned down the chance to manage Tottenham Hotspur in January. The 43-year-old former Netherlands international also rejected an approach to take charge of Liverpool, according to his brother, Ronald.(Daily Telegraph)

West Ham will not offer any new contracts to players until their Premier League status is secured. The Hammers sit seven points above the relegation zone, with Joe Cole, 32, among a number of players whose deals expire at the end of the season. (The Sun)

Manchester United are considering selling striker Robin van Persie at the end of the season with Chelsea, Monaco and Juventus touted as possible destinations for the 30-year-old Netherlands international.(Tuttopsort)

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