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Demba Ba is set to quit Newcastle United this summer amid rumours that Chelsea are poised to move for the Senegalese striker, who could use the £7 million get-out clause in his three-year contract. (Goal.com)

Jan Vertonghen has been given a VIP tour of admirers Tottenham as Spurs look set to pip Arsenal to the signing of the Belgian defender. (The Sun)

Arsenal are set to offer £130,000 per week and a £5m signing-on fee in a bid to keep Manchester City target Robin van Persie at the club. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool are closing in on a move for Wigan midfielder Mohamed Diame on a free transfer. (Goal.com)

Atletico Madrid have put a £50m price tag on striker Radamel Falcao amid reports Chelsea are willing to offer Fernando Torres and £15m for the Colombian. (Daily Mail)

Queens Park Rangers are set to dump Joey Barton this summer after his inexplicable tantrum at Manchester City on Sunday. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United have expressed an interest in Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski, after talks over a new contract broke down, according to the players agent. (Metro)

West Brom are weighing up whether to step up their bid to sign Ben Foster on a permanent basis. The keeper was due to return to parent club Birmingham City this summer but after the Blues failed to achieve promotion back to the Premier League, they may not be able to afford his wages. (talkSPORT)

Crystal Palace starlet Nathaniel Clyne is attracting interest from a host of Premier League clubs but the defender has his heart set on a summer move to Manchester United. (Goal.com)

Southampton are set to offer Matt Jarvis – relegated with Wolves – a Premier League return. (The Sun)

Tottenham’s hopes of signing Marseilles striker Loic Remy rest on Chelsea losing in the Champions League final on Saturday, which would send Spurs into next season’s competition. (Times)


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