19th May 2013
Chelsea have told Manchester United to name their price for striker Wayne Rooney who is also wanted by Paris St-Germain.Full story: Sunday Mirror
Atletico Madrid striker Radamal Falcao will become Manchester City's first signing of the Manuel Pellegrini era after the Etihad club agreed a British record transfer fee £50m for him.
Spurs face a battle to keep hold of their £60m-rated star midfielder Gareth Bale if their bid to reach the Champions League fails on Sunday.
Monaco have made a surprise enquiry for West Ham's on-loan Liverpool striker Andy Carroll.
Hammers boss Sam Allardyce has revealed he is hopeful the London club can tie up a permanent deal for Carroll "as quickly as possible".
Shakhtar Donetsk's Romanian left-back Razvan Rat looks set to complete a free transfer to West Ham.
Chelsea are set to get rid of their £50m record buy Fernando Torres this summer despite the Spanish striker scoring 22 goals this season.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert says he was right to leave Darren Bent out in the cold — otherwise Christian Benteke would not have had his chance to shine.
Darren Bent, who is set to be told he can leave the Villa Park club this summer, is attracting the interest of Fulham but Villa will have to lower the £12m valuation they placed on him in the January transfer window.
Liverpool target Christian Eriksen will turn down Anfield and sign a new contract at Ajax if Brendan Rodgers does not make a £15m offer in the next month.
Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio is ready to raid former club Lazio for defender Modibo Diakite and also wants Maritimo defender and fellow Frenchman Valentin Roberge.
Phil Neville whose playing career at Everton comes to an end on Sunday, has met club chairman Bill Kenwright to discuss succeeding David Moyes as manager at Goodison Park.
Arsenal's Santi Cazorla has told Manchester City to expect the spectacular if Manuel Pellegrini is installed as the club's new manager. Cazorla played under Pellegrini twice — first at Villarreal before following his mentor to Malaga.
Former Manchester City and QPR manager Mark Hughes and Celtic's Neil Lennon are the frontrunners to take over at Leicester City as the club's Thai owners ponder the future of current boss Nigel Pearson.
Manchester City are fast-tracking former Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira to become their manager in the future.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley will share out £1m between the club's non-football staff if the Magpies beat Arsenal in their final game of the season on Sunday.