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City to swap Dzeko for Cavani

Cavani is a regular goalscorer in the Serie A with Napoli.
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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...

Stoke City will try to bring in Rafa Benitez as their new boss after ending Tony Pulis' reign.

West Ham have agreed a £16million fee with Liverpool to sign loan striker Andy Carroll.

Paul Lambert wants to build up his attack with ex-brickie Charlie Austin.

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino wants Manchester City flop Scott Sinclair.

Wayne Rooney fears he is being forced out of Manchester United - and into exile with Paris Saint-Germain.

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Get the latest rumors as the biggest clubs try to bolster their rosters.

Tony Pulis was sacked by Stoke yesterday after a series of rows with players and a demand to change their style of play.

West Ham are plotting to pair Andy Carroll with Romelu Lukaku to form a sensational strike-force next season.

Brendan Rodgers has targeted highly-rated Greek international Kyriakos Papadopoulos and will table a £13.5million offer for the centre-half.

Rodgers has also targeted Kolo Toure and wants £7m-rated Leeds right-back Sam Byram.

Arsene Wenger has been quoted a staggering £30million for his number one striker target Stevan Jotevic.

Kevin Davies is to be thrown a Premier League lifeline by new boys Hull.

Paul Lambert is keen on Ipswich left-back Aaron Cresswell, Manchester City's Joleon Lescott and Luke Murphy of Crewe.

Napoli have started negotiations to sell Edinson Cavani to Manchester City - with Edin Dzeko going the other way.

West Brom are showing an interest in David Bentley.

Real Madrid are ready to blow Tottenham out of the water in a bid to sign Gareth Bale this summer.

Jose Mourinho is out to hijack Arsenal's £25million move for Stevan Jotevic.

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Manchester City have opened talks with Edinson Cavani in a bid to hijack his £50million move to Paris Saint-Germain.

Wayne Rooney is still determined to quit Manchester United this summer.

Reading have slapped a £15m price-tag on Alex McCarthy as the race for the England new boy hots up.

Newcastle and Stoke are leading the race to sign Wayne Bridge.

Shay Given will seek a £5million kiss-off to tear up his Aston Villa contract.

Andy Carroll is expected to join West Ham in a permanent deal after Liverpool last night agreed to take a £20million loss on the striker.

David Moyes will rival Chelsea in the battle to sign 17-year-old Luke Shaw this summer.

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Arsenal have been told primary transfer target Stevan Jotevic will cost £30million.

Charles N'Zogbia is the latest Premier League player to be targeted by Monaco.

Real Madrid and Barcelona are considering a move for Chelsea defender David Luiz.

Liverpool are keen on Hannover goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted he faces a fight to keep Luis Suarez.

Stoke last night sacked Tony Pulis - and Roberto Martinez has 48 hours to decide whether he wants to replace him.

Manchester City are set to give new boss Manuel Pellegrini a £50million welcome present by landing their top summer transfer targets, Edinson Cavani and Isco.

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Bolton manager Dougie Freedman is set to make his first summer signing by snapping up Norwich defender Marc Tierney.

Sheffield United have made an approach to Motherwell for permission to hold talks with Stuart McCall over their managerial vacancy.

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