19th June 2013
Manchester United are favourites to sign Barcelona's Spanish midfielder Thiago Alacantara who would cost £15m.
Barcelona are targeting a £30m deal for Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata following rumours that new Blues manager Jose Mourinho is unconvinced by the Spaniard.
Napoli striker Edinson Cavani will reject a move to Manchester City to join Real Madrid in a £55m deal. The Uruguay international has also been linked with Chelsea.
Liverpool are in advanced negotiations to sign Porto's Ghanaian winger Christian Atsu.Full story: Guardian
The Reds also expect to complete the £6m transfer of Sevilla attacking midfielder Luis Alberto, 20, by Thursday.
The package that takes England striker Andy Carroll from Liverpool to West Ham could cost the London club a total £55m. The player who has passed a medical at Upton Park, will cost up to £19m and will sign a six-year £100,000-a-week deal.
Fulham hope to sign Liverpool defender Andre Wisdom on loan for next season.
Aston Villa are looking to sell striker Darren Bent for a fee in excess of £8m.Full story: Daily Mail
Crystal Palace, Swansea, Fulham and Norwich have all made £2m offers for Birmingham and England Under-21 winger Nathan Redmond, 19.
Everton are in talks with Granada to sign Brazilian left-back Guilherme Siqueira.
The 2014 FA Cup final will be played after the end of the Premier League season for the first time since 2010.
Joe Kinnear will not take on any scouting duties or negotiate contracts as director of football at Newcastle. His key responsibilities will be to sit in on meetings about the first team and transfers, as well as talking directly to owner Mike Ashley on behalf of the club's football staff.Full story: The Journal
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew will seek clarification from Kinnear about his role at the club before committing to the new set-up.
Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore has promised to meet representatives of supporters who will protest in London on Wednesday about ticket prices.
Manchester City defender Micah Richards will open talks about a new four-year deal this week. The defender has two years left on his current deal.