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Liverpool are increasingly confident that Pepe Reina will snub a summer move because he is impressed with new owners Fenway Sports Group. (The Times)

The Kop club are edging closer to a deal for St Etienne winger Dimitri Payet. (Caught Offside)

Manchester United Wembley flop Dimitar Berbatov. is a £12m target for Seville. (The Sun)

Bayern Munich say they will beat United in the transfer battle for Schalke goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. (The Sun)

United are ready to battle rivals Manchester City for Shakhtar Donetsk playmaker Douglas Costa. (Metro)

Micah Richards could be on his way out of City after setting up a meeting with Italian agent Ernesto Bronzetti, who has close links with Real Madrid, AC Milan and Juventus. (Daily Mail)

Juve have declared an interest in City’s Carlos Tevez as the Blues remain hopeful of replacing him with Udinese ‘s Alexis Sanchez . The Eastlands club will also offer Joe Hart, Vincent Kompany and Nigel de Jong lucrative new deals. (The Times)

Juve are also targeting Edin Dzeko after his disastrous start in the Premier League. (Daily Telegraph)

Borussia Dortmund and Bayerm Munich are ready to pounce in the highly unlikely event of de Jong leaving City. (Inside Futbol)

Chelsea ‘s pursuit of Santos forward Neymar is being carried out by Roman Abramovich, not Carlo Ancelotti. (Metro)

Arsenal are stepping up their bid for Udinese midfielder Gokhan Inler. (Talksport)

Newcastle will bid £15m for Lille striker Moussa Sow as the long-term replacement for Andy Carroll. (The Sun)

Bolton are the new favourites to sign Aston Villa ‘s Stephen Warnock, who has been told he can leave by Gerard Houllier. (Daily Mail)

Villa are ready to bid for Lyon defender Pape Diakhate, on loan from Dynamo Kiev. (Talksport)

Russians Rubin Kazan want Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko and Everton winger Diniyar Bilyaletdinov. (Daily Mail)

Kieron Dyer is believed to have played his last game for West Ham after suffering a new injury setback. (Daily Mail)


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