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Liverpool close on £16million deal for Alberto Moreno that could rise to £20million. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal consider Mario Balotelli move after Milan make striker available. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City to offer Frank Lampard shock six-month Etihad switch before moving to New York franchise. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City have emerged as Arsenal’s biggest rivals to sign £30million Cesc Fabregas. (Daily Mirror)

Louis Van Gaal wants four Manchester United transfers by the time he returns from Brazil. (Daily Mirror)

Hull City plan Curtis Davies contract extension to fend off Sunderland transfer interest. (Daily Mirror)

Inter Milan want to take Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez on loan and are also eyeing up Chelsea’s Fernando Torres. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool, Chelsea and Spurs could all join Arsenal in the chase for Milan striker Mario Balotelli. (Daily Express)

Manchester City are set to complete the £12-16million signing of Porto midfielder Fernando. (Metro)

Southampton could appoint former Dutch skipper Ronald Koeman as their new boss and hand him a £50million transfer warchest. (Daily Express)

QPR are hoping to tie up a £4million move for Swansea captain Ashley Williams. (Daily Mail)

Arsenal have turned down the chance to buy former midfielder Cesc Fabregas, 27, from Barcelona even though the player is available for £30m. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool’s attempt to sign midfielder Adam Lallana, 26, has stalled with Southampton refusing to lower their £30m valuation. (The Times)

Inter Milan want to take Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez, 26, on loan as the Italian club also eye up 30-year-old Chelsea striker Fernando Torres. (Daily Mail)

Swansea have agreed a fee of £6.5m with FC Twente for Netherlands Under-21 striker Luc Castaignos. (Sky Sports)

Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester United are interested in signing 22-year-old Feyenoord defender Stefan de Vrij after he revealed he was ready to leave the Netherlands. (Daily Star)


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