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Friday April 10
Tottenham are interested in signing Schalke and Germany defender Benedikt Howedes for a fee in the region of £12m.
Everton feel their style of football will persuade Tom Cleverley to will down offers from other clubs to join the Toffees this summer.
Newcastle manager John Carver has pleaded with Toon fans not to desert his side as supporters prepare a St James's Park boycott.
Arsenal Wenger has warned Manchester City the days of the Citizens buying his star names is over, with Jack Wilshere the latest Gunners man to be linked with a move north to the Etihad.
Radamel Falcao insists he will continue to try and make his mark in a Manchester United shirt.
Southampton boss Ronald Koeman admits they face a battle to try and keep midfield star Morgan Schneiderlin this summer.
Liverpool and Arsenal are considering a sensational summer swap deal which will see Theo Walcott heading to Anfield and Raheem Sterling going the other way.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has dismissed rumours linking him with a move to Derby.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez is plotting another move for midfielder Tom Cleverley.
Everton will look to extend Darron Gibson's contract this summer as he recovers from his latest injury setback.
Manchester United target and Netherlands striker Memphis Depay, 21, is expected to leave PSV Eindhoven in the summer, director Marcel Brands has told Dutch news agency ANP.
Chelsea have made an offer for FC Tokyo's 22-year-old striker Yoshinori Muto.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will look to offload striker Mario Balotelli.
Swansea manager Garry Monk has a shock reprieve as long as the forward fully commits himself to the club.
Chelsea midfielder Marko Marin, 26, looks poised for another loan deal, this time with Malaga. The Bosnia-born German has been playing on loan at Anderlecht and has made only 15 appearances for the Londoners.
Sean Dyche has dismissed rumours linking him with a move to Sky Bet Championship club Derby.
Arsenal Wenger laughed off speculation suggesting Manchester City will be able to cherry-pick from his best players this summer.
Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano says the struggling champions will not abandon their attacking style despite losing seven of their 16 games in 2015 and dropping to fourth in the Premier League.