19th Feb 2013
Tottenham are lining up a summer swoop for Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke.Full story: Daily Mirror
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will splash out £70m in the summer to strengthen his squad.
Athletic Bilbao defender Fernando Amorebieta is a target for Arsenal.
Barcelona right-back Dani Alves has urged his club to sign England midfielder Jack Wilshere from Arsenal.
Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has again ruled out a summer move to Barcelona but hopes Tottenham midfielder Gareth Bale leaves the Premier League to join Real Madrid.
Manchester City have made the first move to sign Brazilian striker Neymar from Santos.
Atletico Madrid may attempt to sign Bayern Munich's Mario Gomez to replace Colombian striker Radamel Falcao who is being targeted by several top European clubs, including Manchester City and Chelsea.
Bayern president Uli Hoeness has said he does not expect coach Jupp Heynckes to move to Schalke after he leaves Munich, where he will be replaced by Pep Guardiola, at the end of the season. "This is probably an April Fool's joke," Hoeness said of the rumours first circulated by Bild newspaper.
Arsenal midfielder Santiago Cazorla says the Gunners' Champions League opponents Bayern Munich are the favourites to win the tournament, along with Barcelona.
Italian side Roma are ready to offer Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini a £4.5m-a-year contract to be their new manager.
Brendan Rodgers says defender Jamie Carragher will be offered a position at Liverpool when he retires from playing at the end of this season.
Paolo Di Canio's decision to resign as Swindon manager has paved the way for him to return to former club West Ham.Full story: Daily Mirror
BT target Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand to become their leading football analyst next season as they kick-off their coverage of the Premier League.
Chelsea captain John Terry believes supporters have a right to criticise interim manager Rafa Benitez if the results remain poor.
Terry also wants Chelsea to offer midfielder Frank Lampard a new contract.
Chelsea are ready to offer Lampard a new deal - they are expected to sit down with the player and his representatives over the "next week or so" to extend his career at Stamford Bridge.