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Eden Hazard has delivered a crushing blow to Manchester City and Manchester United by announcing he is joining Chelsea. (Daily Mirror)

Joe Cole says he would love to have a second crack at making a success of his Liverpool career after an impressive season on loan with French club Lille.  (Daily Mirror)

Sochaux midfielder Ryad Boudebouz claims Liverpool are keen to sign him this summer. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea ‘reject’ Salomon Kalou is ready to say goodbye to the Premier League and sign for German side Schalke. (Daily Mirror)

Southampton are in talks with Burnley’s England Under-21 striker Jay Rodriguez about a record-breaking £6.5million deal. (Daily Mirror)

Reading boss Brian McDermott has tabled a £2million bid for Nottingham Forest defender Chris Gunter. (Daily Mirror)

Sergio Aguero has dismissed reports linking him with a move to Real Madrid. (Daily Mirror)

Swansea are on the verge of completing the signing of Gylfi Sigurdsson after a £6.8million transfer fee was accepted by Hoffenheim and the player agreed personal terms. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea’s Champions League hero Petr Cech has signed a new four-year contract. (Daily Mirror)

Tony Pulis has offered Jonathan Woodgate a new deal at Stoke. (Daily Mirror)

After signing Eden Hazard, Chelsea’s next target is Hulk , the Porto and Brazil striker. The Blues are preparing a £30m move for the forward, who can play as a right-sided attacker and, as such, would work alongside Fernando Torres in the team rather than replace him. (Guardian)

Robin van Persie has been advised to stay at Arsenal — by his mum. “Arsenal love him and that’s a great incentive to stay,” she said. (The Sun)

Didier Drogba is considering a reunion with former mentor Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid . He is wanted by the Spanish champions and talks have taken place. (Daily Mail)

Louis Saha has been released by Tottenham after just five months. (The Sun)

Arsenal are monitoring developments with Athletic Bilbao’s Fernando Llorente . The 27-year-old is open to a move to England and has only one year left on his contract. (Daily Mail)

Arsene Wenger has switched his attention to Manchester City midfielder Nigel de Jong after growing frustrated in his pursuit of long-time target Yann M’Vila. (Daily Mail)

Wolves are set to fight it out with Everton to sign the Iceland striker Bjorn Bergmann Sigurdarson , who is rated at £3m by Lillestrom. (Daily Express)

Barcelona have made an enquiry for Branislav Ivanovic as competition hots up for Chelsea’s defender, with Real Madrid willing to spend £15million to sign him. (Daily Mail)

Tottenham have told midfielder Jermaine Jenas he can join QPR as they begin a massive clear-out at White Hart Lane. Sebastien Bassong, Vedran Corluka, Niko Kranjcar, Giovanni Dos Santos, David Bentley and goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes are all up for the chop. (Daily Express)

Arsenal will hold crunch talks with Theo Walcott about a new contract after Euro 2012 with London rivals Chelsea monitoring the situation. (Daily Mail)

Vincent Kompany is set to reject a shock move to Barcelona and pledge his long-term future to champions Manchester City . (Daily Star)

AC Milan are trying to force down the price of Liverpool outcast Alberto Aquilani, who they are keen to sign permanently. (talkSPORT)

Long-term Arsenal target Mathieu Valbuena will not leave Marseille this summer, he has confirmed. (talkSPORT)

Newcastle United want to continue their French revolution with a deal for Lille full-back Mathieu Debuchy, after watching him star against Iceland over the weekend. (Metro)

Manchester United are poised to make a £3m bid for Crewe teenager Nick Powell. (Daily Star)

Liverpool managerial front-runner Roberto Martinez is due to have further talks with the club’s owners today, but Wigan chairman Dave Whelan is trying to force the issue by bringing forward the date he wants a decision from his manager. (Daily Mirror)

Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has dismissed reports manager Brendan Rodgers will meet Liverpool’s owners to talk about the vacancy at Anfield as “pure speculation”. (Daily Mirror)

Gus Poyet has urged Chelsea to give Roberto Di Matteo the manager’s job full-time – and launch a dynasty of former Blues stars in the Stamford Bridge hot-seat. (Daily Mirror)

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