19th Mar 2013
Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez could be offered the chance to join former club Boca Juniors in Argentina.
Napoli have told Manchester City they can have Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani for £60m but Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis claimed they would be "nutters" to pay it.
Santos forward Neymar did not mention Manchester City when talking about big European clubs it would be a dream to play for, despite interest from the Premier League champions.
Stoke are ready to demand £15m for goalkeeper Asmir Begovic with the Bosnia international a target for Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea.
Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech is the surprise name on Arsenal's six-man shortlist to replace Wojciech Szczesny next season.
Paris St-Germain are favourites to beat English clubs Chelsea, Arsenal and Newcastle to the signing of highly rated Gabon forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Newcastle and West Ham are ready to battle Barcelona in their attempts to sign Toulouse defender Aymen Abdennour.
Wigan manager Roberto Martinez says he wants Arsenal's Japanese winger Ryo Miyaichi to stay on next season despite a limited number of opportunities for the player.
Schalke 04 are determined to keep German midfielder Julian Draxler despite interest from Chelsea and Manchester United.
Former Spain star Luis Enrique has emerged as a shock contender to become Reading's new manager.
Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen is scheduled to have surgery this week on a shoulder injury that will sideline the Wales international for the rest of the season.
Joe Allen's team-mate Jordan Henderson insists Liverpool can still land a place in Europe.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini branded his players "gutless" as his temper boiled over in the dressing room following Saturday's defeat at Everton.
Tony Pulis will consider his position as Stoke manager in the summer following a disappointing season that has seen him come under fire from angry fans.
Former referee Graham Poll has urged official Mark Halsey to consider hanging up his whistle after his performance in Wigan's win over Newcastle.
Tottenham's Icelandic midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson says he is still confident that Tottenham can claim a top-four Premier League finish despite back-to-back defeats.