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Manchester United skipper Nemanja Vidic set to be offered last-gasp deal to stay at Old Trafford . (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea set to use £10million Kevin De Bruyne profits to justify £25million Nemanja Matic return. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa plan Grant Holt swoop as Paul Lambert looks to raid Wigan for his former striker . (Daily Mirror)

Crystal Palace and QPR eye Carlton Cole move after West Ham striker’s contract expires. (Daily Mirror)

Norwich in Jonas Gutierrez swoop as Chris Hughton raids his former club for Argentina winger. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa misfit Alan Hutton turns down Huddersfield move as Paul Lambert plots clear-out. (Daily Mirror)

Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones goes on strike in effort to force through Everton move. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini is eyeing up a move for Bayern Munich’s Brazilian centre-back Dante. (The Sun)

Liverpool defender Tiago Ilori is in talks over a loan move to Granada. (Daily Mail)

Stoke are poised to sign Manchester City striker John Guidetti, 21, on loan until the end of the season. (Daily Star)

Nani has been offered a potential escape route by Sporting Lisbon if Manchester United decide to move him on this month. (Daily Express)

But Fulham are also keen on the winger. (Metro)

Lazio have made a £5million bid for Juventus forward Fabio Quagliarella. (Il Messaggero)

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is planning a surprise summer swoop for Poland international Dominik Furman of Legia Warsaw. (Przeglad Sportowy)

Manchester City are keen to sign Barcelona star Xavi… but for their Major League Soccer franchise New York City FC in 2015. (Daily Telegraph)

David Moyes is planning a double swoop for Juventus’ Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal. (Daily Mail)

Fulham’s Costa Rica international forward Bryan Ruiz, 28, is set to join PSV Eindhoven following talks last weekend.(Evening Standard)

Burnley’s 21-goal top scorer Danny Ings, 21, is staying at Turf Moor at least until the end of the season as they bid for promotion to the Premier League, says manager Sean Dyche. (Lancashure Telegraph)

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