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Arsenal trying to do a £35million deal for Schalke midfielder Julian Draxler – so Arsene Wenger can turn him into the new Robin van Persie. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham’s summer of love is threatening to turn into a winter of discontent: Three of the players bought during the £100million spending spree six months ago – Erik Lamela, Etienne Capoue and Nacer Chadli – already want out. Meanwhile, Lewis Holtby, who was signed last January, is poised for a return to Germany with former club Schalke. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City have made a fresh move  for Porto’s highly-rated defender Eliaquim Mangala. But the Portuguese champions insist they will not sell the France international in the current window for less than his estimated £40million buy-out clause. (Daily Mirror)

Fulham fail with joint £7.5m bid for West Ham midfielders Ravel Morrison and Mo Diame. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood is keen on Nottingham Forest’s promising keeper  Karl Darlow. (Daily Mirror)

Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon are trying to take Manchester United winger Nani on loan until the end of the season – and may be willing to reach a deal which would include United having first option on signing their midfielder William Carvalho if they sell him this summer. (Daily Mirror)

Spanish clubs Valencia and Real Betis have asked to take Liverpool forward Iago Aspas on loan. (Daily Mirror)

Steven Fletcher is determined to stay and fight for his place at Sunderland amid transfer interest from Hull, Crystal Palace and Championship promotion chasers QPR. (Daily Mirror)

Everton are moving closer to securing the long term future of Leighton Baines. Talks over a new contract for the Goodison crowd favourite are progressing, with sources within the club suggesting they are increasingly hopeful of agreeing a deal. (Daily Mirror)

Players’ union boss Gordon Taylor may be called in to settle Kenwyne Jones’ dispute with Stoke as the striker tries to force through a move to Everton. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United will not be allowed to re-sign Paul Pogba this month, but a move could still be made in the summer. (MEN)

Or, Juventus midfielder Pogba is still angry about his treatment at Old Trafford and isn’t considering a return. (Independent)

Liverpool have joined the chase for Porto midfielder Fernando – who signed a new deal last month. (Express)

Galatasaray are eyeing up a £5million deal for Stoke’s Charlie Adam. (Daily Mail)

Sunderland manager Gus Poyet will have to pay £6.5million to secure the signing of Ignacio Scocco. (Star)

Man City will reignite their interest in Porto centre-back Eliaquim Mangala, but the 21-year-old defender is valued at £42million. (talkSPORT)

Tottenham Hotspur may be preparing to take a £1.5m loss on Etienne Capoue just six months after signing the 25-year-old French midfielder from Toulouse for £9m. (Daily Express)

Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen on bringing in Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha, 21, and West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison, 20, to help the club’s relegation fight. (Guardian)

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has shown his faith in manager Jose Mourinho by allowing him to decide whether the club offer Frank Lampard, John Terry and Ashley Cole new contracts. (Telegraph)

Chelsea could sell 26-year-old centre-back David Luiz to Barcelona for 35 million euros (£29m), after having rejected the Catalan club’s earlier offer of 25 million euros (£21m) last summer. (Lefigaro)

Newcastle and Stoke City are emerging as potential destinations for Borussia Monchengladbach’s Swiss forward Luuk de Jong, 23. (Kicker)

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