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Italian giants  Juve are ready to pull out of a deal for Robin van Persie in favour of signing Edin Dzeko. (Daily Mirror)

Edinson Cavani could demand a move from Napoli  after his wife was mugged in the city, opening the door for a transfer to Chelsea. (Daily Mirror)

Alan Pardew has suggested to Liverpool that they should just accept a loss on Andy Carroll and sell the unsettled striker. (Daily Mirror)

Theo Walcott’s uncertain future will be resolved either way next week as he enters contract discussions with Arsenal, just in time to move this summer if a deal can’t be reached. (Daily Mirror)

Lucas Moura’s agent has desperately claimed  that a deal can still be reached for the Brazilian’s Man United move. (Daily Mirror)

Stoke City will finally end their protracted move for MLS star Geoff Cameron by signing him pending a medical. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal are ready to keep Robin van Persie at the club until the January transfer window to aid their Champions League campaign and possibly convince him to stay. (Daily Star)

Alan Pardew has joined the race for Loic Remy but faces stiff competition from Spurs. (Daily Star)

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard wants to sit down with the club to agree a deal to keep him at Stamford Bridge until he retires. (Daily Mail)

Everton, West Ham and Fulham all believe that they’re back in the chase for Luc Castaignos after FC Twente revealed that they had not completed a deal for the young forward. (talkSPORT)

James Collins could be set for a £2m return to West Ham, with Paul Lambert willing to let him go. (The Sun)

Sao Paulo president Juvenal Juvencio has further complicated the Lucas Moura transfer by softening his stance on a Manchester United move. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea have once more bid for Wigan Athletic starlet Victor Moses but it is believed that the new £9m bid will be rejected. (Evening Standard)

Swansea could strengthen their strike force with the signing of Venezuelan international Miku Fedor from Getafe. (South Wales Evening Post)


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