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Manchester United are set to make Wayne Rooney captain and pay him around £300k-a-week and brief him on transfers. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea will slug it out toe to toe with Manchester United in a bid to land Southampton left-back Luke Shaw this week. (Daily Mirror)

West Ham are lining up a shock move for bad-boy Southampton forward Dani Osvaldo. They want the Italy striker – suspended by the Saints over a training-ground bust-up with a team-mate – on loan. (Daily Mirror)

Swansea boss Michael Laudrup is swooping for Thomas Ince to take the unhappy Blackpool midfielder on loan for the season. (Daily Mirror)

Cardiff land Wilfried Zaha on loan from Manchester United after a late push from the winger’s old club, Crystal Palace. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea wonderkid Islam Feruz is set to sign a new four-year contract this week – and then be sent out on loan to a Championship club. (Daily Mirror)

Everton boss Roberto Martinez is making a new move for Dundee United left-back Andrew Robertson after Bryan Oviedo’s season-ending injury. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle have told interested clubs the bidding for Yohan Cabaye, linked with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United, will start at £25million.

Fulham boss Rene Meulensteen wants to snap up attacking midfielder Sergio Canales on loan from Valencia. (Daily Mirror)

Lee Cattermole – a target for Stoke – has insisted he doesn’t want to be sold and miss Sunderland’s Capital One Cup Final. (Daily Mirror)

Fiorentina are close to tying up a loan switch for Sunderland defender Modibo Diakite. (Daily Mirror)

Swansea are ready to hijack Celtic’s attempts to sign Wolves and Scotland striker Leigh Griffiths. (Daily Mirror)

David Moyes is lining up summer deals for Bayern Munich’s Toni Kroos and Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus as Manchester United look to continue their assault on the transfer market following the club-record signing of Juan Mata. (Metro)

Everton want £8million Feyenoord defender Bruno Martins Indi to replace the injured Bryan Oviedo. (The Sun)

Liverpool are keen on 19-year-old midfielder Saul Niguez, and Brendan Rodgers sent scouts to watch him play for Rayo Vallecano against parent club Atletico on Sunday night. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City are weighing up a summer move for Arsenal’s Bacary Sagna, who is out of contract at the end of the season. (Daily Star)

Tottenham are set to challenge of host of clubs – including Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City – for the signing of Juventus starlet Domenico Berardi. (Daily Express)

Kasper Schmeichel is a shock summer transfer target for Manchester United. (The Sun)

Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris has refused to rule out quitting the club if they miss out on the Champions League. (The Sun)

After landing Juan Mata, Manchester United boss David Moyes will now turn his attention to Atletico Madrid pair Filipe Luis and Diego Costa. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United have pulled out of race for St Etienne star Kurt Zouma as they believe the young defender is on his way to Chelsea. (Daily Mail)

West Ham are poised to make an improved £5million offer for Leeds United striker Ross McCormack on Monday. (Daily Mail)

Southampton’s record signing, Dani Osvaldo, could return to Serie A before the end of the transfer window with Inter Milan, Fiorentina and Juventus all reported to be interested in moving for the former Roma striker. (Daily Telegraph)

Manchester United have rejected an offer from Paris St-Germain for winger Adnan Januzaj, with the Old Trafford club insisting the 18-year-old is not for sale.(Guardian)

German club Schalke have seemingly softened their stance over selling 20-year-old striker Julian Draxler to Arsenal. (Metro)

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, in search of a top striker, is looking at Real Sociedad’s 22 year-old midfielder Antoine Griezmann. (Bild)

French side Paris Saint Germain are lining up a 250 million euro (around £207m) shock bid for Barcelona playmaker Lionel Messi, who is yet to renew his contract with the Spanish side. (La Stampa)


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