17th April 2013
Tottenham manager Andre-Villas Boas is interested in signing winger Christian Atsu to whom he gave a debut during his time in charge of the Portuguese club. Everton and Sunderland are also keen on the winger, who will have just a year left on his contract by the summer and has an £8m buy-out clause.
Paris Saint-Germain director of football Leonardo insists the club have not made an offer for Manchester United's Wayne Rooney but admitted that Manchester City's Samir Nasri and Yohan Cabaye of Newcastle are on their radar.
Newcastle could be interested in re-signing Andy Carroll when his loan deal at West Ham expires at the end of the season. However, the Magpies are only willing to pay £10m for the player - £25m less than Liverpool bought him for two years ago.
Chelsea are close to sealing a £20m deal for Brazilian defender Dede who the Blues believe can be John Terry's long-term successor. The Vasco Da Gama centre-back has also been watched by Liverpool and Manchester United.
Manchester United midfielder Anderson could return to former club Porto in the summer, with Sir Alex Ferguson attempting to bring James Rodriguez the other way.
Southampton have launched a bid to sign Belgium winger Radja Nainggolan from Cagliari.
Martin Jol has vowed to improve Fulham's midfield options next season but has ruled out signing Frank Lampard from Chelsea. The player is out of contract at Stamford Bridge this summer.
Arsenal will make a formal offer to Sunderland at the end of the season to sign their Belgian goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.
Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre has again insisted that the Premier League club have no interest in selling star striker Luis Suarez.
Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes could make a summer switch to his former club PSV Eindhoven. The Brazilian has not played a first-team match for Spurs since November 2011 and is currently on loan at German outfit Hoffenheim.
Wigan manager Roberto Martinez says the FA Cup finalists' season will be a failure if they are relegated from the Premier League.
Chelsea players were given "short shrift" by Blues chief executive Ron Gourlay after they asked the club if they would get a bonus for winning the Europa League.
Queens Park Rangers plan to introduce incentivised contracts for new players as they look to overhaul their finances in the summer.
West Ham skipper Kevin Nolan a self-confessed Liverpool fan, admits Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson would be one of his "dream dinner guests".