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Manchester United are set for a major clear-out this summer as Alex Ferguson begins a massive overhaul of his squad. Goalkeepers Edwin van der Sar and Tomasz Kuszczak , defenders Wes Brown and Gary Neville, midfielder Owen Hargreaves and striker Michael Owen are all set to leave Old Trafford at the end of the season. (Daily Telegraph)

Chelsea are considering a big money bid for Atletico Madrid’s striker Sergio Aguero after the Argentine’s buy-out clause dropped to £40m. (IMScouting.com)

Liverpool and Tottenham are both keen on signing Emmanuel Adebayor on loan, but Man City will only consider lending him to the Reds as they don’t want to help strengthen a Champions League spot rival. (The Sun)

Liverpool are also considering a move for Newcastle winger Wayne Routledge. (Caughtoffside.com)

Birmingham’s swoop for Robbie Keane may be scuppered if Tottenham can persuade Newcastle to take the Irishman in part-exchange for Andy Carroll . (Daily Mail)

Ex Chelsea and Arsenal midfielder Lassana Diarra has paved the way for a move to Manchester United by telling Real Madrid that he wants to quit the club. (talkSPORT)

Unsettled Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has emerged as a target for Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger. (Caughtoffside.com)

AC Milan may offer forward Alexandre Pato to Manchester City as a makeweight in a deal for Mario Balotelli, who has made no secret of his desire to join the club one day. (Caughtoffside.com)

Meanwhile AC’s city rivals Inter Milan have made Man City’s other top striker Carlos Tevez, their main transfer target. (talkSPORT)

Benni McCarthy could be put out of his West Ham misery by joining Championship high fliers QPR on loan. (Daily Mail)

Wolves have hijacked West Ham’s move to sign Aston Villa midfielder Steve Sidwell . (The Sun)

Fulham are eyeing a move for Brescia striker Andrea Caracciolo , 29. (Daily Mail)

Aston Villa have approached Manchester City about taking left-back Wayne Bridge on loan. (The Times)


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