17th Mar 2013
Manchester United have been told by Tottenham that it will cost them £70m - almost three times the sum required to secure Robin van Persie's signature - to sign winger Gareth Bale.
Man United's Brazilian midfielder Anderson is set for a summer departure from Old Trafford, while midfielder Paul Scholes is likely to retire at the end of the season.Full story: Sunday Mirror
Manchester City are ready to break the British transfer record with a £52m bid for Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao.
Roberto Mancini's City are also making a late attempt, along with Real Madrid, to persuade Brazil forward Neymar to change his mind about joining Barcelona.
Samir Nasri could be on his way out of City as French side Paris Saint-Germain weigh up an offer for the attacking midfielder.
Chelsea captain John Terry is set to be offered a big-money deal to end his playing career in the Middle East, with clubs in the United Arab Emirates interested in the defender.
West Bromwich Albion are in no rush to offer Scotland international midfielder Graham Dorrans a new contract.
Everton will target Wigan Athletic's Roberto Martinez if David Moyes, who is out of contract in the summer, decides to leave the Toffees.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini flew back to Italy refusing to talk about the title race after his team's hopes of retaining the Premier League crown all but ended after defeat at Everton.
Chelsea captain John Terry says interim manager Rafael Benitez is right to rotate him, even though he has found it frustrating not playing in every game since recovering from a knee injury.
Tony Pulis says he will only quit Stoke City "when it's right - but that's not at the moment". Pulis has come in for criticism from some fans after one win in 11 Premier League games.Full story: Stoke Sentinel
AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli says in an interview with Italian TV show Le lene that he used to argue with Jose Mourinho during their time together at Inter Milan and prefers Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini "as a person".