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Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini could offer £6million plus players for Derby kid Will Hughes. (Daily Mirror)

QPR manager Harry Redknapp has flown out to scout Rennes midfielder Yann M’Vila. (Daily Mirror)

Swansea midfielder Jonathan de Guzman has urged the  club to sign £2million Osasuna striker Roland Lamah. (Daily Mirror)

Fulham are making £3million move for Belgian superteen Bernard Malanda-Adje. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea and Reading have been to watch Iago Aspas in a search to find the next Michu. (Daily Mirror)

QPR have turned to Sunderland defender Titus Bramble as last resort. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal have lined up Toulouse defender Serge Aurier to replace Bacary Sagna. (Daily Mirror)

Marseille have confirmed an agreement with Newcastle to sign Loic Remy. (Daily Mirror)

Atletico Madrid are prepared to offer Fernando Torres a Chelsea escape route. (Daily Mirror)

Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha hinted at a move to Manchester United on Twitter before claiming he had no memory of it. (Daily Mirror)

Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao has suggested he would prefer a move to PSG more than Chelsea. (the Sun)

Norwich are lining up a move for Celtic striker Gary Hooper. (the Guardian)

Romelu Lukaku wants to stay another season on loan with West Brom rather than returning to Chelsea. (Daily Mail)

Arsene Wenger has suggested that Theo Walcott is staying at Arsenal after saying he will not release any players until new signings have been made. (Metro)

Chelsea will move for QPR midfielder Stephane Mbia if the Loftus Road club land Yann M’Vila. (L’Equipe)

Fiorentina manager Vincenzo Montella says he would welcome Frank Lampard when he leaves Chelsea in the summer. (Tuttosport)

Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas had revealed he tried to sign Scott Parker while he was Chelsea manager. (Independent)

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