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Liverpool are in talks with Juventus over the signing of Serb forward Milos Krasic – and are set to beat West Ham to the 27-year-old. (Daily Mirror)

Birmingham are demanding £5million for Ben Foster, a stance which has already scared off QPR and has now left West Brom considering their options.(Daily Mirror)

Sir Alex Ferguson has told new striker Nick Powell he can follow Cristiano Ronaldo’s route to the first team at Manchester United.(Daily Mirror)

Johan Djourou insists he is not seeking a transfer from Arsenal.(Daily Mirror)

Bolton goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen has agreed to move to Premier League newcomers West Ham.(Daily Mirror)

Liverpool have been told Barcelona forward Cristian Tello will cost £7million. The 20-year-old Spain youth international is out of contract at the end of next season. (Daily Mail)

Defender Vedran Corluka reckons playmaker Luka Modric will quit Tottenham this summer with Manchester United and French side Paris St Germain ready to pay £30million. (The Sun)

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich wants to sign Hatem Ben Arfa from Newcastle as he continues to try to bring expansive football to Stamford Bridge. (Times)

Manchester City will reject Juventus’ loan bid for Aleksandar Kolarov and are waiting for an Inter Milan bid for the left back. (Daily Mail)

New Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is plotting a £2.5m bid for Nottingham Forest full-back Chris Gunter. (Daily Star)

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is plotting a raid for Blackburn top-scorer Yakubu. (The Sun)

Chelsea face a fight to sign £38m Hulk as Porto are digging their heels in and want to keep their star striker. (Daily Mail)

Mark Hughes wants free-agent Andy Johnson to link up with him again at QPR after he left Fulham. (The Sun)

West Ham are ready to make a £3m bid for Aston Villa defender and former Hammer James Collins. (Daily Star)

Manchester City and Chelsea face a battle with Serie A champions Juventus for the signing of Napoli star Edinson Cavani. (talkSPORT)

David Moyes is Tottenham’s number one managerial target after Harry Redknapp negotiated his way out of the White Hart Lane hot-seat.


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