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Joe Allen will join Liverpool – thanks to a clause in his Swansea contract allowing him to go to a ‘big five’ club for £15million. (Daily Mirror)

Paris Saint-Germain are ready to meet Tottenham’s £40million asking price and beat Real Madrid to Luka Modric. (Daily Mirror)

Brazilian star Oscar’s move to Chelsea could be sealed on Friday, with the president of his current club confirming negotiations are at a “very advanced” stage. (Daily Mirror)

Santi Cazorla wants to come to Arsenal after Arsene Wenger targeted the Spanish winger. (Daily Mirror)

Dimitar Berbatov is a £5million target for Zenit St Petersburg. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool chairman Tom Werner says Brendan Rodgers will decide Andy Carroll’s future. (Daily Mirror)

Everton’s Johnny Heitinga is set to join Turkish giants Fenerbahce in a £5million deal within the next few days. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa are ready to sign Ipswich’s highly-rated left-back Aaron Cresswell in a surprise £3.5million raid. (Daily Mirror)

Former West Ham striker Craig Bellamy could be set for a return to London with QPR after the club’s vice chairman Amit Bhatia revealed the Hoops are interested in the Welshman. (Daily Mirror)

West Brom and Sunderland are interested in Levante’s £2m-rated striker Arouna Kone. (Daily Mirror)

Norwich striker James Vaughan is wanted by Championship new boys Huddersfield, with a view to a £1million permanent switch. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle striker Nile Ranger is being chased by both Sheffield Wednesday and Coventry. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham have made an enquiry for long-time Chelsea target Willian of Shakhtar Donetsk. Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas wanted him when he was at Stamford Bridge and is now hoping to take him to White Hart Lane. (Daily Mail)

Tottenham have also enquired about Fulham forward Moussa Dembele as they plan for Modric’s departure. (Daily Telegraph)

Liverpool’s hopes of snaring Poland captain Jakub Blaszczykowski have suffered a blow after the Borussia Dortmund winger penned a new four-year deal with the German champions. (talkSPORT)

AC Milan are pushing for talks with Manchester City over a deal for striker Carlos Tevez. The Serie A side wanted the 28-year-old in January and have maintained an interest in the Argentine and his team-mate Edin Dzeko. (Daily Mail)

Sunderland bioss Martin O’Neill has been warned off making a £9m bid for Wolfsburg striker Patrick Helmes by the club’s boss Felix Magath who insists his player won’t be leaving. (Daily Star)

Newcastle United have contacted Marseille with a view to signing the French international Loic Remy in a £15m deal. (Guardian)

But the Magpies have dismissed claims that Demba Ba is on the verge of joining Rubin Kazan. Reports from Russia said the club were on the verge of discussing personal terms. (Daily Mail)

Melbourne Heart’ 19-year-old defender Curtis Good has completed the final hurdle of his move to English Premier League outfit Newcastle United after having his work permit approved. (Goal.com)

QPR are plotting a move to bring wonderkid Raheem Sterling back to Loftus Road. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is contemplating sending the 17-year-old forward on loan. (Daily Mail)

Arsene Wenger is ready to take his spending for the summer to over £40million for the summer — whether Robin Van Persie stays or leaves the club. The Arsenal boss is now confident of landing £16million Malaga winger Santi Corzola and will make a bid in the next 48 hours. (The Sun)

Thierry Henry is ready to hold talks with Arsene Wenger about his plans to return to Arsenal – and has not ruled out another loan spell at The Emirates. (The Sun)

Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov is closing in on a return to Serie A as Inter Milan look to finalise a £6.2m deal for the left-back. (talkSPORT)

West Ham want James Collins back from Aston Villa — for £2million. (The Sun)

Southampton have been told to stump up £6m for Blackburn defender Scott Dann, 25. (Daily Star)


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