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Roberto Martinez will offer Manchester City midfielder Jack Rodwell a chance to resurrect his career with a return to Everton in the summer, two years after an ill-fated £16m move to Eastlands. (Daily Mirror)

Pepe Reina will activate a £4.5million release clause to end his long Liverpool tenure this summer. The keeper is being pursued by both Atletico Madrid and Napoli, where he is currently on a year-long loan. (Daily Mirror)

Stoke City boss Mark Hughes wants Burnley goal-machine Danny Ings to fire his side next season. Hughes made a personal check on the England Under-21 cap as he cracked in his 20th goal of the campaign at the weekend in the derby win over Blackburn. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United have been put on high alert by Toni Kroos after the Bayern Munich midfielder admitted a Premier League move is a “possibility”. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has dismissed reports linking striker Sergio Aguero with a move away from the club. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa will attempt to make Ryan Bertrand’s loan move from Chelsea a permanent deal in the summer. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United boss David Moyes has opened talks with Sporting Lisbon over a £30 million swoop for William Carvalho. (The Sun).

Barcelona midfield ace Alex Song wants to return to the Premier League. (The Sun).

West Ham have joined the hunt for Charlton’s young midfield ace Diego Poyet. (The Sun).

Manchester United are looking to rival an Arsenal bid for Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, 21, who is out of contract in 2015. (Daily Star)

Speculation linking Chelsea striker Fernando Torres, 29, and Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez, 25, with Inter Milan has been rubbished by Inter’s president. (Metro)

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has decided against signing Valencia loanee defender Aly Cissokho, 26, on a permanent deal in the summer. (Daily Star)

Ajax will beat Manchester City and Liverpool to the the signing of Dutch forward Richairo Zivkovic, 17. (Talksport)


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