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Bayern Munich defender Dante has ended speculation over a possible move to Manchester United, by signing a new deal with the European champions. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is ready to raid the French market again to boost his strike-force – the Geordies are keen on Metz’s Senegalese striker Diafra Sakho. (Daily Mirror)

Alan Pardew wants skipper Fabricio Coloccini to forget about leaving Newcastle in the summer. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal are beginning to plan for life after Arsene Wenger, with the 64-year-old set to sign a new contract for two years rather than the three seasons originally planned. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart could be a target for La Liga giants Real Madrid. (Daily Star)

Manchester United could face competition for Portuguese midfielder William Carvalho, with Monaco also believed to be keen on the youngster. (Inside Futbol)

A host of Premier League clubs – including Arsenal and Liverpool – could reignite interest for French midfielder Yann M’Vila, who has been told he can leave Russian side Rubin Kazan. (Express)

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni could attract interest from European clubs if his new contract is not resolved soon. (Sun)

Espanyol goalkeeper Kiko Casilla, 27, has distanced himself from a move to Arsenal by stating that he will stay at the La Liga club for at least another season. (Talksport)

Bayern Munich are confident that they can keep hold of striker Mario Mandzukic, 27, despite the interest of Chelsea and Arsenal. (Daily Star)

AC Milan could move to sign Udinese striker Luis Muriel at the end of the season if Mario Balotelli departs the San Siro. Muriel, 22, is reported to be one of Liverpool’s summer targets. (Talksport)

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will hold talks with striker Fabio Borini in the summer to assess the 22-year-old’s striker progress after a season spent on loan at Sunderland. (Daily Star)

Former Manchester United defender, turned television pundit and England assistant manager, Gary Neville has admitted that he has ambitions to manage his former club. (Twitter)

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