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Gunners eye move for Barca winger

Chile winger Alexis Sanchez has had a disappointing season with Barcelona.
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Arsenal are interested in signing Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez. The 24-year-old Chilean has had a disappointing season with the Spanish leaders and could be available.

Norwich will attempt to sign Andreas Weimann, whose talks about a new deal with Aston Villa have stalled.

Arsenal are the latest club to express an interest in non-League sensation Daniel Carr.

Celtic are poised to revive their interest in Wolves striker Kevin Doyle this summer.

A summit meeting of the 24 Championship clubs will today warn the Premier League that it risks permanently damaging "the integrity of the Football League'' by proposing a big hike in parachute money for clubs relegated from the top tier but only a modest rise in "solidarity payments" for other clubs.

Reading hope to appoint a new manager before the weekend, with Russian owner Anton Zingarevich due to fly in to talk to prospective candidates, thought to include former Southampton boss Nigel Adkins.

QPR boss Harry Redknapp plans to make another bid for Toulouse's France international defensive midfielder Etienne Capoue in the summer, but admits a deal could only happen if the club remain in the Premier League.

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