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Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is ready to pay a staggering £30million for Brazilian striker Hulk – but Porto are still demanding more. (Daily Mirror)

Demba Ba’s £7million release clause can be activated from Thursday – for just two months. Chelsea and Spurs are both keen, as Newcastle brace themselves for a stampede over the 27-year-old striker. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City are prepared to sell want-away striker Edin Dzeko – to help fund a bid for Robin van Persie. (Daily Mirror)

Thomas Vermaelen has given Arsenal a huge boost by claiming he is ready to spend the rest of his career at the Emirates. (Daily Mirror)

Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua are pulling out all stops to land Chelsea’s Champions League hero Didier Drogba. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool forward Dirk Kuyt admits a number of clubs from Europe’s major leagues are interested in signing him. (Daily Mirror)

Sunderland boss Martin O’Neill is ready to snap up Wigan’s Senegalese midfield star Mohamed Diame after he missed out on a move to Liverpool. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea are ready to make a move for Fulham’s £10million-rated striker Moussa Dembele. (The Sun)

Mega rich French club Paris Saint-Germain are plotting an audacious bid for Wayne Rooney, after abandoning attempts to sign Lionel Messi. The Qatar-backed club are said to have €150m set aside for the transfer fee and Rooney’s wages. (SPORT.com)

Arsenal are to hold talks over a possible deal for CSKA Moscow striker Seydou Doumbia. CSKA value him at £26m but it is understood that could be negotiated. (Daily Mail)

Arsenal target Olivier Giroud will not decide his future until after Euro 2012. The 6ft 3in striker, 25, fired Montpellier to their first French title with 21 goals. (The Sun)

Chelsea, who beat Manchester United to sign Eden Hazard, are considering a late bid to snatch another of their targets. Nick Powell is close to a £6m Old Trafford deal. (Daily Mail)

West Ham have targeted Fulham’s David Stockdale to replace Robert Green. (The Sun)

Gylfi Sigurdsson, who was close to agreeing a permanent switch to Swansea, will be the first name on Brendan Rodgers’ shopping list once he is in the Liverpool hotseat. (Daily Mail)

Lazio defender Stefan Radu could be on his way to the Premier League according to his agent. The Romanian ace, 25, has been strongly linked with Arsenal and both Manchester clubs. (The Sun)

Queens Park Rangers are ready to launch an ambitious bid to bring Christopher Samba back to England. (Daily Mail)

France midfielder Marvin Martin issues come-and-get-me plea to Arsenal and Spurs after admitting he wants to leave Sochaux for another club this summer. (Daily Mail)

Sir Alex Ferguson is set to renew his interest in Tottenham star Luka Modric in the hope of luring him to Manchester United, with a £30million bid. (Daily Star)

A trio of Premier League clubs are hot on the trail of Dnipro playmaker Yevhen Konoplyanka, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal all monitoring the 22-year-old playmaker, who has already been dubbed the “Ukrainian Lionel Messi”. (talkSPORT)

Brendan Rodgers has agreed a three-year deal to become Liverpool’s new manager. And, in a major boost to Rodgers, Louis van Gaal looks increasingly unlikely to be appointed over him as sporting director. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner is set to make an official approach for Norwich boss Paul Lambert on Thursday. (Daily Mirror)

Swansea are poised to move for Brighton’s Gus Poyet to replace Liverpool-bound Brendan Rodgers. (Daily Mirror)

West Brom have reportedly held talks with former Schalke and Stuttgart boss Ralf Rangnick as they step up their search to find Roy Hodgson’s successor. (Daily Mirror)

Paul Lambert quit as Norwich boss last night. The Scot resigned following a furious bust-up after the club refused to give Aston Villa permission to talk to him. (The Sun)

Harry Redknapp will kick off talks today over his Spurs future. Redknapp has just one year left on his contract as boss — and there are fears he could quit the club. (The Sun)


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