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Rio Ferdinand is a transfer target for Arsenal – in what could be a shock summer switch. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal preparing £31m Diego Costa transfer – and will battle with Chelsea for his signature. (Daily Mirror)

Cardiff City striker Fraizer Campbell set to leave relegated club to join Sunderland. (Daily Mirror)

England World Cup doubt Andros Townsend may have played his last game for Tottenham. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham’s Harry Kane is a £5million summer transfer target for Crystal Palace and Stoke. (Daily Mirror)

Sunderland aim to keep out of contract Newcastle fan Jack Colback away from their arch rivals. (Daily Mirror)

PSG are considering a summer move for Wayne Rooney who could cost them £35m. (Daily Mail)

Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben is a target for Louis Van Gaal if he becomes Manchester United manager. (The Sun)

United’s spending spree could top £150m this summer, with Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas another target. (Caughtoffside)

Danny Welbeck now wants to stay at Manchester United following David Moyes’ departure. (Sun on Sunday)

Jose Mourinho has told Chelsea trio Eden Hazard, Andre Schurrle and Oscar that they must improve, with at least one of them facing the Stamford Bridge exit door this summer. (Sunday Telegraph)

And the Chelsea boss wants to make on-loan goalkeeper Thibault Courtois his number one next season. (Sunday Times)

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has promised to bring in six summer signings in a bid for Champions League glory. (The Guardian)

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is considering a move for Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane. (Marca)

Manchester United are set to miss out on Real Madrid left-back Fabio Coentrao again as Cristiano Ronaldo has urged the Spanish club to keep hold of the 26-year-old. (Sunday People)

Newcastle could turn to ousted Manchester United manager David Moyes if they sack Alan Pardew this summer. (Sunday Express)

Ryan Giggs is ready to turn his back on Manchester United to become a full-time manager with the 40-year-old set to leave the club after 24 years if prospective new boss Louis van Gaal does not give him a key backroom role. (Sun on Sunday)


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