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Real Madrid scouts have been watching Papiss Demba Cisse with a view to making a summer move for the Newcastle United striker. (Times)

Fulham were last night poised to complete a £10million double transfer swoop. Dutch league stars Luciano Narsingh and Oussama Assaidi are set to agree personal terms on a five-year contract after Heerenveen accepted a joint offer for the highly-rated wingers. (The Sun)

Meanwhile Newcastle are tracking Marseilles France U19 defender Christophe Lowinsky. (Times)

Emile Heskey is set to leave Aston Villa as the club haven’t offered him a new deal, and he has yet to find another club. (The Sun)

Manchester City have identified Morocco forward Younes Belhanda as a fallback option if they cannot land their No 1 summer target Eden Hazard. (Daily Mail)

Harry Redknapp’s summer recruitment drive at Tottenham could begin with the signing of Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen. (Independent)

Spurs transfer target Loic Remy has revealed he wants to stay at Marseille, but admitted the club could decide to sell him this summer for financial reasons. (Metro)

Chelsea target Joao Moutinho, Porto’s 25-year-old £25m-rated midfielder, has admitted he would be keen on a switch to the Premier League. (talkSPORT)

Newcastle are lining up a move for exciting Ajax left back Nicolai Boilesen who was wanted by Manchester United and Chelsea when he was 17. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool midfielder Maxi Rodriguez is considering cancelling his contract. The Argentine is desperate to get more game time and has grown increasingly frustrated by his role on the periphery of Kenny Dalglish’s first team. (Daily Mail)

The Reds are tracking young Ajax striker Danzell Gravenberch, 19. (The Sun)

Chelsea face a fight with Barcelona and Real Madrid for Caballero, a 17-year-old striker with Paraguay side Libertad. (talkSPORT)

Bayer Levekusen forward Andre Scurrle has dismissed claims that he has begun transfer talks with Champions League finalists Chelsea, but has intimated that he may be willing to look at any offer should the Blues’ rumoured interest be firmed up. (Sky)

Crystal Palace have told Reading and Bolton they must pay the £5m fee up front if they want to sign highly-rated young winger Wilfried Zaha. (Times)

Manchester United’s Paul Scholes could be set to retire all over again with Sir Alex Ferguson facing a battle to persuade his midfielder to sign a playing deal for another 12 months. (Daily Telegraph)

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