18th April 2013
Former Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou says he would be interested in a summer move to Arsenal from his current side Lille.
Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul is on AC Milan's summer wanted list, with the Italian giants lining up a £12m bid. Krul , who will miss the rest of the season with a shoulder injury, is under contract until 2017.Full story: Daily Mirror
Alex Song is keen on a return to Arsenal after growing frustrated with his role at Barcelona, according to cousin and former Liverpool defender Rigobert. The player moved to the Spanish club from the Gunners last season for £17m but has made just 15 appearances.
Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen is determined to fight for a future at Arsenal, despite finding himself out in the cold again. The player was dropped last month after a poor run of form and has struggled to re-establish himself in the side.
Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala want to re-sign Queens Park Rangers defender Christopher Samba - just months after selling the player to the west London club.
Netherlands striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel's £8.5m summer transfer to Norwich City could be cancelled if the Canaries, who are four points clear of the bottom three, are relegated from the Premier League at the end of the season.
Manchester City striker Roque Santa Cruz is in talks over a move to Brazilian club Botafogo. The player has been on loan at Malaga and has also attracted attention from Flamengo.
FA Cup finalists Wigan Athletic want to sign out-of-contract Deportivo La Coruna striker Riki in a summer Bosman transfer move.
Jose Mourinho admits he will leave Real Madrid in the summer - and has hinted at a return to Chelsea. The Portuguese boss won six trophies at Stamford Bridge between 2004 and 2007.
Chelsea are also keen on appointing Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini as interim boss Rafael Benitez's successor and have met with an advisor of the Chilean.Full story: the Guardian
England manager Roy Hodgson says he fears for the future of the national team because of the number of foreign players in the Premier League.
Craig Bellamy says his father, a lifelong Cardiff supporter, will "die a happy man" after seeing his son help the Welsh club win promotion to the Premier League.
Swansea manager Michael Laudrup believes his side's Premier League clashes with Cardiff next season will feel just like the Rome derbies between Roma and Lazio.
West Ham will not face any further action, other than a warning letter from the Football Association, over Chelsea players being pelted with objects during their Premier League match at Stamford Bridge last month.
Security cameras filmed Arsenal forward Andrey Arshavin who is set to leave the Premier League club this summer, appearing to argue with staff outside a London nightclub.