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Liverpool are ready to splash £20million on main summer transfer target Henrikh Mkhitaryan… regardless of whether Luis Suarez gets his transfer or not. (Daily Mirror)

Sevilla have accepted a Manchester City bid for Jesus Navas, according to the Spanish club’s website. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has suggested a summer move for Wayne Rooney could happen if the striker cannot sort out his differences with Manchester United. (Daily Mirror)

Roberto Martinez will be unveiled as the new boss of Everton on Tuesday. (Daily Mirror)

Returning Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho’s top targets include Fiorentina’s Stevan Jovetic, Manchester City’s Edin Dzeko, Porto centre half Eliaquim Mangala, Roma’s Daniele De Rossi and Shakhtar Donetsk’s Fernandinho. (Daily Mail)

Real Madrid President Florentino Perez has publicly admitted for the first time the Spanish giants are interested in Gareth Bale and hinted they will make a bid in the next few weeks. “Bale is one of Europe’s great players and Real Madrid always likes great players,” he said. (The Sun)

But Tottenham have already snubbed a planned meeting with Real Madrid sporting director Zinedine Zidane about Bale. (Daily Star)

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger faces a fight to keep £15million Bayern Munich target Laurent Koscielny. (The Sun)

Swansea star Michu has emerged as a surprise target for Arsenal. (Daily Mail)

Former Inter Milan star Wesley Sneijder has been linked with a shock summer reunion with Jose Mourinho at Chelsea. (The Sun)

Teenage left back Luke Shaw will snub Chelsea and Manchester United to sign a five-year deal at Southampton. (The Sun)

Sunderland are hoping to beat Norwich to the signing of Celtic striker Gary Hooper. (Daily Mail)

Stoke are ready to sell keeper Asmir Begovic to Liverpool or Manchester United – if the price is right. (Daily Star)

Fulham are closing in on the £3m capture of Roma’s Maarten Stekelenburg, with Mark Schwarzer admitting his time may be up. (Daily Star)

Monaco could provide an escape route for unsettled Manchester United winger Nani. (Daily Express)


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