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Luka Modric is being urged by Ivanovic  to move to Chelsea but Spurs want to swap him for two Madrid stars. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea bench-warmer Florent Malouda’s is set for one last payday in Brazil. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa can’t afford Spurs full-back Kyle Naughton but are close to signing Feyenoord’s Karim El Ahmadi. (Daily Mirror)

Everton are looking to scoop for Rangers’ Steven Naismith. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool hope to steal Gylfi Sigurdsson from Tottenham by agreeing personal terms before their North London rivals. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham deal for Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen on brink of collapse. (Daily Mirror)

Sunderland could land Sporting Lisbon striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel on the cheap this summer. (Daily Mirror)

Barcelona chief Sandro Rosell denies Didier Drogba is set to sign for the club. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United are increasing their efforts to sign 20-year-old Porto winger James Rodriguez after having a £30m bid rejected. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City could go for full-back Daniel Alves after he fell out with Barcelona by playing in a friendly without permission. (Daily Star)

Arsenal want to cut the wage bill by offloading Denilson, Carlos Vela, Sebastien Squillaci, Andrey Arshavin, Nicklas Bendtner, Marouane Chamakh, Park Chu-Young and Johan Djourou. (Daily Mail)

Arsenal have gone cold on Rennes midfielder Yann M’Vila, 21, after his bust-up with France coach Laurent Blanc. (Metro)

Inter Milan are in talks to sign Manchester City’s 27-year-old midfielder Nigel de Jong. (talkSPORT)

Brazil striker Alexandre Pato wants a Premier League move when his AC Milan contract expires in 2014. (The Sun)

Stoke are sniffing around Houston Dynamo central defender Geoff Cameron. (Stoke Sentinel)

Former England striker Michael Owen is set for a lucrative move to United Arab Emirates club Al Shabab. (Daily Star)

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