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Liverpool consider Lazio's Candreva

Lazio midfielder Antonio Candreva is a target for Liverpool.
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Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...

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Jose Mourinho claimed yesterday Manchester United are ready to sell Wayne Rooney in the summer.

Arsene Wenger has given his clearest indication yet that he will sign a new deal at Arsenal.

Manchester City will battle with city rivals United for the signature of Sheffield United's Diego De Girolamo, with Liverpool and Everton also considering sending their scouts to watch the Chesterfield-born forward.

Everton could beat West Ham to the loan signing of Monaco forward Lacina Traore.

Neil Lennon has emerged as a candidate for the Norwich job should Chris Hughton's position become untenable.

Fulham manager Rene Meulensteen wants to raid former club Manchester United for young winger Larnell Cole.

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Jose Mourinho last night accepted Chelsea will never get Wayne Rooney - but believes he will be sold in the summer.

Andy Carroll last night revealed he would be heartbroken to miss this summer's World Cup finals.

West Ham are fuming after seemingly losing out to Everton in the race to sign 6ft 8in Monaco striker Lacina Traore.

Arsene Wenger has dropped a big hint he is ready to sign a new deal with Arsenal.

Nicola Cortese waved goodbye to up to a £20million payout by walking out on Southampton.

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David Moyes has hit back at Jose Mourinho's jibes by insisting that Wayne Rooney will not be sold

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has sentenced himself to community service following his foul-mouthed tirade at Man City counterpart Manuel Pellegrini.

Brendan Rodgers says Steven Gerrard is excited about his new holding role in the side and could go on to play into his 40s.

Atletico Madrid are desperate to make Thibaut Courtois' loan permanent and are not put off by Chelsea's £20million valuation of the goalkeeper.

QPR are tipped to sign France Under-21 winger Paul-Georges Ntep.

Southampton have rejected an offer from Inter Milan to take Dani Osvaldo on loan.

Wayne Rooney will be sold in the summer, according to Jose Mourinho.

Jose Mourinho has made a groveling apology to David Moyes for sticking the boot into his rival.

Chelsea have told Everton that they are wasting their time trying to sign loan star Romelu Lukaku in this month's transfer window.

West Brom are in danger of losing a £3million sponsorship deal if they do not sack Nicolas Anelka over his controversial 'quenelle' gesture.

Potential bidders looking to buy Southampton have already contacted the club at a time when the owner is adamant the players themselves are not for sale.

Liverpool are considering a move for Lazio's 26-year-old midfielder Antonio Candreva.

Jose Mourinho has stoked tensions before Chelsea's encounter with Manchester United tomorrow by predicting that the Barclays Premier League champions will try to sell Wayne Rooney to an overseas club at the end of the season.

West Bromwich Albion's sponsor, Zoopla, last night warned the club to axe Nicolas Anelka or risk their lucrative shirt deal being scrapped.

Sunderland have sacked their director of football Roberto de Fanti after a spell of less than seven months during which he oversaw a terrible summer recruitment drive.

Jose Mourinho says that he believes Manchester United, whom Chelsea face tomorrow, will sell Wayne Rooney this summer, but only to a club outside the Premier League.

Jose Mourinho expects Manchester United to sell Wayne Rooney to a leading foreign club if they cannot convince him to extend his stay at Old Trafford, with Chelsea resigned to missing out on the forward, given the champions' intransigence over conducting business with a direct Premier League rival.

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