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THE INDEPENDENT: Jose Mourinho says that he believes Manchester United, whom Chelsea face tomorrow, will sell Wayne Rooney this summer,

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    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Jose Mourinho says that he believes Manchester United, whom Chelsea face tomorrow, will sell Wayne Rooney this summer, but only to a club outside the Premier League. ALSO: The Association of Tennis Professionals, which runs the men's tour, is to discuss whether it needs to adopt a heat policy in the wake of the gruelling conditions that have dominated the first week of the Australian Open.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Jose Mourinho expects Manchester United to sell Wayne Rooney to a leading foreign club if they cannot convince him to extend his stay at Old Trafford, with Chelsea resigned to missing out on the forward, given the champions' intransigence over conducting business with a direct Premier League rival. ALSO: Oh, England. So close. But still so very, very far away. There have been precious few moments of grace for England's cricketers over the past 11 weeks and they were denied one at the Gabba in the most agonising of circumstances as Alastair Cook and his team found a new and yet more painful way to lose a cricket match, snatching ignominious defeat from the jaws of what would have been a first international victory after 84 days of this traumatic tour.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    West Brom are in danger of losing a £3 million sponsorship deal if they do not sack Nicolas Anelka over his controversial 'quenelle' gesture. ALSO: Potential bidders looking to buy Southampton have already contacted the club at a time when the owner is adamant the players themselves are not for sale.



    THE TIMES:

    Jose Mourinho has stoked tensions before Chelsea's encounter with Manchester United tomorrow by predicting that the Barclays Premier League champions will try to sell Wayne Rooney to an overseas club at the end of the season. ALSO: Like a car crash in the making, England are heading towards their worst run of results in international cricket. The opportunity squandered painfully at the Gabba yesterday represented an eighth successive defeat across formats.



    DAILY MIRROR:

    David Moyes has hit back at Jose Mourinho's jibes by insisting that Wayne Rooney will not be sold in the summer. ALSO: Alan Pardew has sentenced himself to community service - as penance for swearing at Manuel Pellegrini.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    West Bromwich Albion's sponsor, Zoopla, last night warned the club to axe Nicolas Anelka or risk their lucrative shirt deal being scrapped. ALSO: Sunderland have sacked their director of football, Roberto de Fanti, after a spell of less than seven months during which he oversaw a terrible summer recruitment drive that left the club with a weaker squad this season than the one that finished fourth from bottom last May.



    DAILY STAR:
    Wayne Rooney will be sold in the summer, according to Jose Mourinho. ALSO: Jose Mourinho has made a grovelling apology to David Moyes for sticking the boot into his rival.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Jose Mourinho claimed yesterday Manchester United are ready to sell Wayne Rooney in the summer. ALSO: Arsene Wenger has given his clearest indication yet that he will sign a new deal at Arsenal.



    THE SUN:
    Jose Mourinho last night accepted Chelsea will never get Wayne Rooney - but believes he will be sold in the summer. ALSO: Andy Carroll last night revealed he would be heartbroken to miss this summer's World Cup finals.

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    DAILY MAIL:
    Kevin Pietersen has almost certainly played his last Test match for England. Also: Defiant David Moyes has insisted that the best players in the world are queueing up to join Manchester United as he prepares for his Old Trafford overhaul.



    SUNDAY MIRROR
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    Alan Pardew will be a shock contender for the West Ham manager's job - if they sack Sam Allardyce. Also: Young Premier League stars could see their wages capped under radical plans being drawn up by the FA's commission into the future of English football.



    SUNDAY PEOPLE
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    Manchester United are gearing up for a sensational swoop on superstar Edinson Cavani as they prepare for life without Wayne Rooney. Also: Luis Suarez was at the centre of another dive row last night after Liverpool came back from the dead against Aston Villa at Anfield.



    SUNDAY EXPRESS
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    David Moyes last night came out fighting - insisting that Manchester United are still the biggest club in the world and the top players still want to go to Old Trafford. Also: Southampton are facing fresh turmoil as speculation mounts over a buy-out bid by their former chairman Nicola Cortese.



    DAILY STAR SUNDAY
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    Arsene Wenger last night saluted two-goal hero Santi Cazorla as the Gunners stayed top. Also: David Moyes has been handed a sensational £150m transfer budget and has made superstar striker Edinson Cavani a top target.



    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
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    David Moyes has refuted suggestions that Manchester United are a declining force and claims that an "incredible" number of players want to sign for the club. Also: Luis Suarez's cunning in the penalty area rescued a point to keep Liverpool in the top four of the Premier League.



    THE OBSERVER
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    Manchester City stormed past 100 goals in all competitions in a record 34 games by defeating Cardiff City 4-2 at the Etihad Stadium. Also: David Moyes insists Manchester United remain a force to be reckoned with and that an "incredible" number of Europe's leading players want to sign for the club.



    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini watched his team become the quickest to score 100 goals in a top-flight season and then claimed they could play even better. Also: Manchester United go into today's vital match with Chelsea with manager David Moyes insisting they are still the biggest football club in the world.



    THE SUN ON SUNDAY
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    Antonio Valencia lifted the lid on Manchester United's poor campaign and warned: We must win at Chelsea or our season is over. Also: Santi Cazorla bagged a double to keep Arsenal top of the Premier League.



    SUNDAY TIMES:
    Nicolas Anelka is expected to face disciplinary charges for his "quenelle" goal celebration last month, with the Football Association due to break its silence on the controversy early this week. Also: David Moyes has scotched suggestions he is struggling to find signings to aid his revamp of Manchester United, saying an "incredible" number of players want to come to the club.

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    THE SUN: Jose Mourinho killed off Manchester United's title hopes then said: It's all over for them now. Also: Tim Sherwood admits he could be sacked if Tottenham do not make the Champions League.

    DAILY MAIL: Samuel Eto'o toppled Manchester United with his first Chelsea hat-trick, leaving manager Jose Mourinho to claim the champions cannot expect to defend the title from so far adrift. Also: You may find it hard to believe that the mile race with which Sir Chris Chataway will always be connected in the public mind was not his greatest. Not by a distance.

    DAILY MIRROR: Jose Mourinho piled the pressure on David Moyes and then wrote off Manchester United's title chances. Also: Southampton owner Katharina Liebherr is ready to offer manager Mauricio Pochettino a bumper new contract to ensure he stays at St Mary's.

    DAILY EXPRESS: Jose Mourinho told Manchester United their hopes of retaining the title are over after Samuel Eto'o's hat-trick crushed David Moyes and his despondent team at Stamford Bridge. Also: Former Blackburn chairman John Williams is the strong favourite to succeed Nicola Cortese at Southampton and is likely to be announced as the new chief executive this week.

    DAILY STAR: Jose Mourinho last night wrote off Manchester United's title hopes once and for all. Also: Brad Guzan claims Liverpool's Luis Suarez admitted he took a dive.

    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: David Moyes has deflected talk of a Manchester United crisis and vowed that his team would not give up on defending the Premier League title. Also: Alastair Cook is considering quitting as Test and one-day captain at the end of England's worst tour to Australia, which hit another low on Sunday as the one-day series was lost within three matches.

    THE TIMES: A devastated Alastair Cook gave the strongest hint that he will resign the one-day captaincy - and possibly the Test leadership as well - after the Australia tour went from bad to worse. Also: The gap between Ronnie O'Sullivan and the rest of the field was highlighted once again last night as the reigning world champion claimed a fifth Masters title at Alexandra Palace with an emphatic victory over Mark Selby, the world number two.

    THE GUARDIAN: Jose Mourinho said that Manchester United's hopes of defending their title were effectively over after Chelsea beat the champions 3-1 at Stamford Bridge to leave them 14 points behind the leaders Arsenal. Also: Alastair Cook has admitted he is considering his position as England's one-day and possibly also Test captain.

    THE INDEPENDENT: England lost to Australia on Sunday in a cut and paste performance of the cricket they have played all winter. Also: Serena Williams' pursuit of history has been put on hold.

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    Daily Express:
    Manchester United are already being forced to plan for the Europa League. Also: West Brom's sponsors ended their £3m deal with the club last night just hours before Nicolas Anelka learns whether he will be charged by the FA over his controversial 'quenelle' gesture.



    Daily Mail
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    Manchester United have been told to pay £40m for Juan Mata after the champions stepped up their interest in the Chelsea outcast. Also: Police were called to Swansea City's training ground after defender Chico Flores allegedly picked up a brick in a furious row with team-mate Garry Monk.



    The Sun
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    David Moyes has held showdown talks with Robin van Persie over the striker's fitness. Also: West Brom battled back to gain a vital point in Pepe Mel's first game as boss.



    Daily Mirror
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    Manchester United could have red faces by curtailing their glamour pre-season US tour to play in a Europa League qualifier. Also: Nicolas Anelka played for West Brom last night hours after shirt sponsor Zoopla ended their £3m deal in disgust at his 'quenelle' gesture.



    Daily Star
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    Wayne Rooney's future at Manchester United hinges on qualifying for the Champions League. Also: Diego Lugano scored with a stunning late header to give Pepe Mel an unbeaten start as new Baggies boss last night.



    Daily Telegraph
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    Chelsea were on Monday night braced for a possible bid for Juan Mata from Manchester United. Also: Anelka played for 77 minutes of Albion's Premier League 1-1 draw with Everton on Monday night night and is expected to discover his fate from the FA on Tuesday morning.



    The Guardian
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    Chelsea are braced to receive a club record bid from Manchester United for their unsettled attacker Juan Mata, an offer which will test the London club's resolve to retain the Spain international despite his fringe status in the first team this season. Also: The storm surrounding Nicolas Anelka's controversial "quenelle" goal celebration against West Ham United last month shows no sign of abating after Zoopla, the property website and principal sponsor of West Bromwich Albion, announced that it will sever all ties with the Premier League club at the end of this season.



    The Independent
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    Nicolas Anelka will finally be charged by the Football Association on Tuesday morning over his "quenelle" gesture that has attracted controversy for its anti-Semitic connotations and will face a long-term ban if found guilty. Also: Manchester United are expected to make a bid for the out-of-favour Chelsea playmaker Juan Mata in the next two days, with Jose Mourinho having the ultimate say over whether the Spain international leaves or not.



    The Times
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    Nicolas Anelka spearheaded the West Bromwich Albion attack against Everton last night - a selection that cost the club a £3m sponsorship deal. Also: Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie are losing their battle to be fit to face Sunderland tomorrow.

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    THE TIMES:
    Real Madrid are weighing up a move for Wayne Rooney as Manchester United were locked in advanced talks with Chelsea last night to sign Juan Mata for £37million. Also: Boris Becker approved of the motive behind the move as Novak Djokovic, facing match point in the quarter-finals of a grand slam championship, came rushing in behind a first serve, a flash of intent and purpose.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Chelsea are prepared to sell Juan Mata to Manchester United this week for more than £40m with a deal close and now just requiring a final seal of approval from Jose Mourinho who has, thus far, agreed that the player can go. Also: Three-time defending champion Novak Djokovic lost at the Australian Open for the first time in four years yesterday, going out to Switzerland's Stanislas Wawrinka in the quarter-finals.



    THE GUARDIAN
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    Nicolas Anelka is facing a substantial ban as the Football Association set about appointing a QC to oversee a three-man disciplinary panel to rule on his quenelle salute and whether, if there are any anti-semitic connotations, it should warrant a longer punishment than those previously meted out to Luis Suarez and John Terry. Also: Chelsea are prepared to allow Juan Mata to leave for Manchester United this week if the champions submit a club record bid of £40m for his services, though the Spain international must also indicate to Jose Mourinho that he has his heart set upon a move to Old Trafford.



    THE MIRROR
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    Michael Laudrup is on his way out of Swansea this summer even if the club stay up. Also: Juan Mata is set to join Manchester United within days as David Moyes plots a £70million spending spree.



    DAILY STAR:
    David Moyes will not risk recalling Wayne Rooney for tonight's Capital One Cup semi-final showdown with Sunderland. Also: Sam Allardyce suffered another hammering last night as Manchester City completed their stroll into the Capital One Cup final.



    THE SUN
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    Wayne Rooney will not sign a new deal at Manchester United - even if Juan Mata joins the fallen champs. Also: West Ham's latest cup humiliation was witnessed by a paltry 14,390 fans.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Manchester United are confident of landing Juan Mata from Chelsea in a £37million deal by the end of the week. Also: West Bromwich Albion have told Nicolas Anelka he will have to pay for his own lawyer if he wants to fight an FA charge for his quenelle gesture.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH
    : Real Madrid are planning to enter the race to sign Wayne Rooney this summer after identifying the Manchester United forward as more attainable than their first choice target, Sergio Aguero. Also: Atletico Madrid are hoping to hijack Manchester United's attempts to sign Juan Mata by offering David Moyes first option on Diego Costa and Brazilian full-back Filipe Luis if he withdraws from the race for the Chelsea midfielder.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Wayne Rooney will return to try to salvage Manchester United's season tonight - and Robin van Persie could be there for part of it too. Also: Novak Djokovic's 25-match three-year grip on the Australian Open ended yesterday as he went down to Stanislas Wawrinka.

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    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Chelsea have accepted a £37million bid for Juan Mata and immediately released the Spain international to join Manchester United to complete the most dramatic deal of the transfer window. Also: Manchester United's revenue fell to the fourth-highest in Europe for the first time last season.



    THE INDEPENDENT:

    A dramatic day at Old Trafford saw Manchester United knocked out of the Capital One Cup semi-final 2-1 on penalties, with Sunderland going to Wembley, as the Premier League champions moved to complete the £37m signing of Juan Mata from Chelsea. Also: The creator of the 'quenelle' salute was arrested yesterday in France as Nicolas Anelka weighed up whether to contest his Football Association charge.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    When it was all over, Gus Poyet's players were in a victory scrum in the goalmouth and Manchester United had to reflect that, realistically, their chances of silverware might be over. Also: Juan Mata is close to completing a £40m move to Manchester United, after telling Chelsea yesterday morning that he wanted to leave and sitting out training to guard against injury.



    THE TIMES:
    Manchester United's season took another turn for the worse when they crashed out of the Capital One Cup semi-final on penalties on an extraordinary night at Old Trafford. Also: Chelsea are planning a renewed attempt to sign Wayne Rooney in the summer in the belief that his expiring contract will enable them to get him on the cheap.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Vito Mannone was the hero as Gus Poyet led Sunderland to Wembley on a night of high drama at Old Trafford. Also: Wayne Rooney wants to stay at Manchester United, who are ready to open contract talks once Juan Mata's move to Old Trafford is sealed.



    THE SUN:

    Manchester United are sending out an SOS to £37million Juan Mata after crashing out of the Capital One Cup. Also: Jose Mourinho wants to land Real Sociedad frontman Antoine Griezmann after flogging Juan Mata to Manchester United.



    DAILY STAR:

    Sunderland kept their nerve to reach the Capital One Cup final after a penalty shoot-out last night. Also: Juan Mata is set to have a medical at Manchester United in the next 48 hours before sealing a £37m move from Chelsea.



    DAILY EXPRESS:

    Sunderland reached the final of the Capital One Cup last night after one of the worst penalty shootouts in history. Also: Andy Murray claimed Roger Federer played an illegal shot in his quarter-final loss to the Swiss at the Australian Open.



    DAILY MAIL:

    Gus Poyet praised his Sunderland players after they stunned David Moyes and Manchester United last night with a penalty shoot-out victory to reach the Capital One Cup final. Also: Manchester United last night agreed a club record £37million fee for Chelsea's Juan Mata to ease the pain of their Capital One Cup KO.

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    THE SUN:
    Alex Ferguson insists Manchester United will not sack David Moyes. Also: Kidderminster's minnows are ready to tear Premier League Sunderland off a strip.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Sir Alex Ferguson last night claimed Manchester United can still win this season's Barclays Premier League. Also: Alastair Cook is set to stay as England captain in both Test and one-day cricket after being assured by senior players here that they still feel he is the best man for the job.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    German Julian Draxler is desperate to join Arsenal this month. Also: Manchester United boss David Moyes has made a £22.5million bid for Southampton's teenage left-back Luke Shaw.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Stuart Lancaster is already pitching to take England to the 2019 World Cup in Japan, regardless of what happens when the competition is on his doorstep next year. Also: Jose Mourinho believes Juan Mata was not clever enough to stay at Chelsea.



    DAILY STAR:
    Jose Mourinho has slammed Arsene Wenger for having another go at Chelsea. Also: Lukas Podolski eased Arsenal into the FA Cup fifth round last night with a first-half double in their 4-0 win over Coventry at the Emirates.



    THE DAILY
    TELEGRAPH: Wayne Rooney is closing in on a new £300,000-a-week contract at Manchester United after deciding to end uncertainty over his future by abandoning plans to leave. Also: Chelsea's deals to sell Juan Mata to Manchester United for £37million and buy Mohamed Salah from Basle for £12million were driven by footballing and financial reasons agreed by a Bridge brains trust involving Roman Abramovich, Jose Mourinho and executives such as Ron Gourlay tasked with meeting UEFA's financial fair play rules.



    THE TIMES:
    Celebrity coaches 0, Uncles 1. For all the hoopla about the best players hiring past champions in an effort to find a distinct advantage, none are left in this first elite championship of 2014. Roger Federer followed Novak Djokovic, who followed Kei Nishikori, who followed Marin Cilic out of the Australian Open. Also: The jury is still out on whether Jose Mourinho is a changed man, but the evidence is growing that he has returned to a different club.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Jose Mourinho has dismissed Arsenal Wenger's suggestion that Chelsea are manipulating the transfer market and title race by selling Juan Mata to Manchester United. Also: Do not adjust your newspaper. England have indeed won a cricket match in Australia.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Jose Mourinho said yesterday that he was so convinced Chelsea were doing the right thing in selling Juan Mata that he would also have sanctioned the Spanish midfielder's sale to title rivals Arsenal and Manchester City. Also: Following a week of uncertainty in which Alastair Cook raised the suggestion he may not continue as England's captain, the batsman confirmed what everybody listening to him yesterday felt, that he wished to continue i the job - indeed he was "desperate" to do so.

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    Manchester City are offering Paris Saint-Germain's Blaise Matuidi a stunning £8million to sign.
    Paolo Di Canio names and shames 'rotten' Sunderland stars.
    Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones is set to join Cardiff with Peter Odemwingie heading the other way.
    West Ham have signed Italy internationals Marco Borriello and Antonio Nocerino.
    Loic Remy has so far snubbed the chance to join Newcastle permanently
    Liverpool and Fulham want Cologne midfielder Yannick Gerhardt.
    Jose Mourinho is certain to sell Romelu Lukaku in the summer.
    Kasper Schmeichel is a shock summer target for Man Utd.
    Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis is considering quitting despite only taking over in November.
    Nigeria midfielder Gabriel Reuben has snubbed Spurs to sign for Belgian side Waasland-Beveren.
    Fulham are eyeing Nordin Amrabat of Galatasaray.
    Aston Villa could revive their interest in Charlton midfielder Dale Stephens.
    QPR are closing in on Inter Milan striker Ishak Belfodil.
    Millwall and Brighton will do battle for MK Dons' £250,000-rated Shaun Williams.

    Jose Mourinho is on course to complete the £12m signing of Mohamed Salah before Chelsea's FA Cup tie at home to Stoke.
    Papiss Cisse can leave Newcastle for £6million this summer.
    Manchester United have made a big offer for Southampton star Luke Shaw, as they look to pip Premier League rivals Chelsea to the 18-year-old defender's signature.
    Lyon's Clement Grenier is the latest French target for Newcastle.
    Man Utd boss David Moyes has been told to carry on spending.
    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will use the Juan Mata money to build a new side with an English spine.
    Fulham want Swansea left-back Neil Taylor.
    Spurs are weighing up an £18m move for Spanish winger Iker Muniain.

    Chelsea will sell Romelu Lukaku this summer to help fund a record move for Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani.
    Manchester United are ready to commit a staggering £65million in wages to keep Wayne Rooney at Old Trafford for the next four years.
    Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby is wanted by PSV Eindhoven.
    Swansea have made a shock bid for Norwich's England Under-21 winger Nathan Redmond.
    Luke Shaw will face a massive dilemma this week as Chelsea prepare a counter-bid to rival Manchester United in the race for the Southampton left-back.
    Mario Balotelli has revealed that he is no longer at war with Jose Mourinho - and has opened up the possibility of a sensational return to the Premier League with Chelsea.

    Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to swoop for Spanish super starlet Saul Niguez
    Everton boss Roberto Martinez has made an enquiry to Valencia about Spanish midfielder Sergio Canales.
    Fulham made a shock bid for Sunderland hero Phil Bardsley this week.
    Manchester United and Chelsea are locked in a £16million battle for St Etienne's hardman centre-half Kurt Zouma

    Luke Shaw could become English football's most expensive defender as soon as this week with
    Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea are all hovering around the left-back.
    Arsenal have moved a step closer to taking Schalke's Julian Draxler to the club with a deal expected to be finalised this weekend
    Manchester United, having refused to allow Wayne Rooney be part of the deal that has taken Juan Mata to Manchester United, are now ready to offer the England striker a contract that would push his weekly wage towards the £300,000-a-week mark.
    Schalke's young attacking midfielder Julian Draxler is Arsenal's prime target.
    Manchester United could yet make at least one more big money signing before the window closes in the wake of landing Juan Mata. Bayern Munich striker Mario Mandzukic and Borussia Monchengladbach's Patrick Hermmann are believed to be two targets

    Sir Alex Ferguson and David Gill teamed up again to help secure Manchester United's club record £37 million capture of Chelsea playmaker Juan Mata.
    Manchester United finalised their £37million signing of Chelsea's Juan Mata yesterday - and will this week bid to secure Wayne Rooney for the rest of his career.
    Michael Laudrup is heading for Swansea's exit door after major fallouts with club chairman Huw Jenkins.

    Manchester United are planning up to five more signings of the same calibre as £37.1m club record capture Juan Mata, 25, as manager David Moyes instigates an overhaul of the current squad.
    Liverpool have targeted Benfica midfielder Andre Gomes and the Portuguese club want £12.4m for the 20-year-old.

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    Wayne Rooney will be made Manchester United captain if he commits himself to the club by signing a new £300,000-a-week deal.
    West Ham are looking to sign Southampton striker Dani Osvaldo, who is currently suspended for fighting team-mate Jose Fonte.
    Chelsea will slug it out toe to toe with Manchester United in a bid to land Southampton prodigy Luke Shaw this week.
    Newcastle have told interested clubs the bidding for Yohan Cabaye will start at £25million.
    Everton boss Roberto Martinez is making a new move for Dundee United left-back Andrew Robertson after Bryan Oviedo's horror injury.
    Valencia's Sergio Canales remains a loan target for Fulham.
    Fiorentina are trying to tie up a loan deal for Sunderland's French centre-back Modibo Diakite.
    Bolton could swoop for Lloyd Dyer, who has been offered a new one-year deal at Leicester but wants a better contract.
    Bolton are also being linked with a loan move for Middlesbrough's Lukas Jutkiewicz.
    Rochdale goalscoring sensation Scott Hogan is a target for QPR.

    Wayne Rooney is being given privileged access to Manchester United's future plans in a bid to keep the England star at the club.
    Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris has refused to rule out quitting the club if they miss out on the Champions League.
    Juan Mata has insisted Jose Mourinho drove him out of Chelsea.
    Everton want £8million Feyenoord defender Bruno Martins Indi to replace the injured Bryan Oviedo.
    Kasper Schmeichel is a shock summer transfer target for Manchester United.
    Crystal Palace are chasing Twente's £2m-rated Danish defender Andreas Bjelland and Brondby striker Simon Makienok, valued at £3m.
    Palace have offered winger Yannick Bolasie a pay rise and a new long-term deal to ward off the likes of Fiorentina.
    Teenage Scottish striker Islam Feruz will be sent out on loan by Chelsea this week after penning a new four-year deal.

    Chelsea have reached a "verbal agreement" over the purchase of Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United have all been linked.
    France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris could quit Tottenham in the summer if Spurs fail to qualify for the Champions League.
    Tottenham are set to challenge of host of clubs - including Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City - for the signing of Juventus starlet Domenico Berardi.
    Former Everton and Arsenal striker Francis Jeffers is to begin training with Chester this week.

    Man Utd boss David Moyes will throw new signing Juan Mata straight into action against Cardiff City on Tuesday.
    Moyes is keen on Luke Shaw but has no interest in Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye.
    Blackpool winger Tom Ince is in talks with Swansea after being given permission to discuss a loan move to the Premier League side.
    West Ham will make a new improved £5million offer for Leeds United striker Ross McCormack this week.
    Nicolas Anelka has rejected a proposed move to Lazio as West Bromwich Albion wait on an FA decision on the striker the quenelle controversy.
    Manchester United have an interest in Saint-Etienne defender Kurt Zouma but believe the 19-year-old is destined for Chelsea.
    Manchester United scouts watched targets Filipe Luis and Diego Costa help Atletico Madrid to a 4-2 win over Rayo Vallecano on Sunday.
    Liverpool scouts watched 19-year-old midfielder Saul Niguez play for Rayo Vallecano against parent club Atletico.
    Wigan defender Ivan Ramis's move to Cardiff has hit a hitch over his medical.

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

    Manchester United have turned down a significant offer from PSG for Adnan Januzaj in the current transfer window.

    Southampton's Dani Osvaldo is returning to Serie A before the end of the transfer window, with Inter Milan, Fiorentina and Juventus all chasing him.

    Celtic boss Neil Lennon is steeling himself for a multi-million pound bid for Fraser Forster.
    Rangers are looking to sign Romania defender Gabriel Tamas this summer.

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    Tuesday January 28

    Manchester United are looking at a bid for Porto midfielder Fernando.
    PSG and Newcastle have agreed a £19million deal for Yohan Cabaye.
    Southampton could fine Dani Osvaldo nearly a quarter of a million pounds if he doesn't leave the club this week.
    Manchester United and Chelsea target Luke Shaw doesn't want to leave Southampton, insists Mauricio Pochettino.
    Aston Villa are eyeing Bournemouth midfielder Eunan O'Kane.

    David Moyes says Juan Mata can save Manchester United's season.
    Yohan Cabaye is on the verge of sealing a move to PSG after they agreed a £19million fee with Newcastle.
    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is desperate to make up for lost time and snatch a place in England's World Cup squad.
    Adel Taarabt has been told he has no future at Fulham.
    Michael Laudrup has revealed Swansea are still waiting for an answer from Blackpool's Tom Ince over a loan move.
    Howard Webb has been overlooked by the Premier League this week - despite being England's top referee.

    Wayne Rooney is increasingly confident of signing a new record-breaking contract at Manchester United and could even put pen to paper by the end of the week, it emerged on Monday night.
    Newcastle and PSG have reached an agreement in principle over the £23million transfer of midfielder Yohan Cabaye to the Ligue 1 club.
    Jose Mourinho could swap Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, who is on loan with Atletico Madrid, for Diego Costa.
    Manchester United have considered Porto's Eliaquim Mangala, Kurt Zouma of St Etienne and Bayern Munich's Dante as replacements for Rio Ferdinand.
    Southampton are ready to revive their interest in Cagliari defender Davide Astori.

    Arsene Wenger will be handed a £100m transfer war-chest after agreeing a new Arsenal contract.
    Juan Mata has vowed to make Manchester United great again and return them to the top of world football.
    West Ham have upset Osasuna after pulling out of a deal to sign midfielder Raoul Loe

    David Moyes has hailed new boy Juan Mata as the saviour of Manchester United's season.
    Monaco are weighing up moves for Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez and Southampton forward Dani Osvaldo

    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is now targeting Atletico Madrid's Diego Costa as the Blues now accept Wayne Rooney is staying at Manchester United.


 

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