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Manchester United are plotting a £6 million swoop for PSV Eindhoven defender Santiago Arias. (The Sun).

On-loan Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina wants to join Napoli for good. (The Sun)

Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward will stay in Germany after United’s Champions League defeat in a bid to secure a deal for Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos, 24. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal are monitoring 24-year-old Southampton forward Jay Rodriguez’s recovery from a knee injury having joined the race to sign him before a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament ended his hopes of playing for England at the World Cup. (Daily Star)

Southampton want to sign Burnley striker Danny Ings following the injury to former Clarets forward Rodriguez. Ings, 22, has scored 20 goals in the Championship this season. (The Sun)

Arsenal are interested in signing Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas, 32, according to Gunners midfielder Santi Cazorla, 29. (Sport 360)

Iranian striker Sardar Azmoun, 19, says Arsenal and AC Milan have started talks with Russian club Rubin Kazan to sign him. (Daily Star)

Tottenham and Arsenal could renew their interest in AC Milan’s M’Baye Niang. The French striker, 19, is on loan at Montpellier but the Ligue 1 side are not in a position to do a permanent deal. (The Sun)

Belgium boss Marc Wilmots thinks his country’s midfield star Eden Hazard, 23, should leave Chelsea and join PSG in the summer – in order to become a better player. (Metro)

Sunderland will only recoup half of the £4m they paid for Alfred N’Diaye in January 2013 if the Senegal midfielder, 24, who has spent the whole season on loan, makes a permanent move to Real Betis. (The Sun)

Borussia Dortmund are looking at FC Porto’s Jackson Martinez, 27, and Fulham’s Konstantinos Mitroglou, 26, as possible replacements for Bayern Munich-bound Robert Lewandoski. (Bild)

Galatasaray manager Roberto Mancini has denied rumours of his return to Inter Milan, saying that his work at the Turkish club is not yet finished. (Tuttosport)

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