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Liverpool close in on Cristian Tello after Barcelona starlet rows with boss Tato Martino. (Daily Mirror)

Everton plotting ambitious summer swoop for Manchester City midfielder James Milner. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United winger Nani’s £10million Juventus move blocked by incoming boss Louis van Gaal. (Daily Mirror)

In-form Swansea striker Wilfried Bony eyed by Borussia Dortmund for summer move. (Daily Mirror)

John Terry may have played his final Chelsea game at Stamford Bridge after contract talks break down. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham eye Roberto Martinez as new manager following Everton’s failed Champions League bid. (Daily Mirror)

Bayern Munich striker Thomas Muller has been told he needs to ask to leave if he wants to join Manchester United in the summer in a £37m deal. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool want Sporting Lisbon defender Marcos Rojo – but he could cost them £24m. (Metro)

Valencia will reject any bids from Everton for midfielder Carles Gil. (talkSPORT)

Chelsea veteran Ashley Cole fears he has made his last home appearance for the Blues. (Daily Express)

The Blues are facing a battle to keep Ashley Cole, with clubs such as Real Madrid, Paris St-Germain and LA Galaxy said to be interested in the England international left-back. (Evening Standard)

Arsenal will not sign 31-year-old Swedish midfielder Kim Kallstrom when his loan from Spartak Moscow expires at the end of the season. (The SUn)

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is contemplating bringing back on-loan goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 21, from Atletico Madrid as a buffer for the injured Peter Cech. (As.com)

Louis van Gaal will look to sign 30-year-old Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben for Manchester United if he is appointed as manager. (Bild)

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez flew to Italy to initiate negotiations with Juventus for the transfer of their 21-year-old midfielder Paul Pogba. (As.com)

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