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Manchester City will sell Mario Balotelli, Carlos Tevez, Edin Dzeko, Nigel de Jong and Kolo Toure in the summer – and clear out dead wood Emmanuel Adebayor, Wayne Bridge and Roque Santa Cruz – to finance transfer splurges on Arsenal’s Robin van Persie, Lille’s Eden Hazard and Napoli’s Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi. (Express)

Carlos Vela wants to stay at Real Sociedad rather than return to Arsenal when his loan expires at the end of the season. (Sun)

Paul Scholes will sign a new one-year deal at Manchester United but will reject the chance to appear at Euro 2012 with England. (Times)

Martin Jol says Clint Denpsey is not for sale despite another standout performance, against Chelsea last night. (Sky Sports)

Paraguay starlet Mauro Caballero,  17, is being tracked by Chelsea, but the Libertad striker is also interesting Bayern Munich. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City’s highly-rated academy midfielder Ashley Smith-Brown, an England Under 17 international, is wanted by Barcelona. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to join the £3m chase for Birmingham’s highly rated teenage goalkeeper Jack Butland. England Under-21 international Butland is currently on his second loan spell with Cheltenham and has also been regularly watched by Arsenal this season, but has yet to make a first-team appearance for Birmingham. (Daily Mirror)

Long-time Spurs target Milos Krasic has indicated he is keen to join the north London club in the summer. The Serbia winger turned down a move to the club in January. (Metro)

West Brom will test Rangers’ resolve with a new improved £2.5m offer for Scotland striker Steven Naismith after having an initial bid rejected. (The Sun)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon is ready to step up his efforts to keep on-loan goalkeeper Fraser Forster at Celtic in a £2m move from Newcastle United. (The Sun)

Celtic are ready to resurrect their interest in Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon, who is still out of favour three months before the end of his Sunderland contract, should they fail to sign Fraser Forster permanently from Newcastle United. (Sunderland Echo)


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