6th April 2013
Manchester United are ready to cut their losses on Portuguese winger Nani after his poor performance in the FA Cup defeat by Chelsea.
Coveted Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao who is contracted to the Spanish club until 2016, says he has received no "concrete" offers to leave.
Andy Carroll will not be allowed to leave Liverpool on the cheap, with manager Brendan Rodgers undecided whether the £35m striker is part of his plans.
Uruguayan international striker Edinson Cavani thought to be a target for Manchester City and Chelsea, will not be allowed to leave Napoli cheaply this summer, having only agreed a contract extension last August, and is thought to have a buy-out clause of £53m.
Lille's Cameroon international defender Aurelien Chedjou has opened the door to a possible £12m switch to Newcastle.
Swansea's on-loan midfielder Jonathan de Guzman has repeated his desire to stay with the Welsh club when his season-long move from Villarreal expires in the summer.
Arsenal are considering a £8.5m bid for Atletico Madrid'sAdrian Lopez although Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino is also an admirer of the striker, who played under him at Espanyol.
Chelsea have been told that Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho wants £12m a year to return as boss - while the Portuguese wants midfielder Frank Lampard to remain at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea's Fernando Torres has vowed to "never, ever give up" in his effort to recapture the goal touch which once made him the world's deadliest striker.
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart, 25, insists the Blues are still the side to beat ahead of Monday's derby with Manchester United.
Fulham boss Martin Jol says he is looking for a new goalkeeper but that veteran Mark Schwarzer, 40, is part of his plans and the club are still waiting to hear from the Australian regarding their offer of a new contract.
Sunderland winger Adam Johnson admits life under new boss Paolo Di Canio is "a lot different. We are going to see him getting the best out of the lads. He demands your best and obviously we have got to work so hard. I think that's probably what we need; everyone is excited and can't wait to play. I think if you do well for him he's going to be a great manager to play for."
Stoke boss Tony Pulis has dismissed suggestion of a rift with chief scout Tony Parsons, who has worked with him at five clubs over nearly 20 years, regarding the style of play at the Britannia Stadium.
Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech says he is a better goalkeeper than he was five years ago and would not have been able to make his wonder save from Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez in last week's FA Cup tie then.
Former Aston Villa boss Graham Taylor says Paul Lambert faces a tough task to keep the club in the Premier League.
Paul Lambert fears his side are falling foul of some referees who view his young players as an "easy target".