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Nani looks set to leave United

Manchester United are ready to cut their losses on Portuguese winger Nani.
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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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Get the latest rumors as the biggest clubs try to bolster their rosters.

Jose Mourinho will demand £12m a year to take the Chelsea job and wants Frank Lampard to stay.

Martin O'Neill says he did not deserve the boot from Sunderland.

Brendan Rodgers has refused to let Andy Carroll leave Anfield on the cheap.

Manchester United are ready to cut their losses on Nani and release him at the end of the season.

West Brom striker Shane Long is a summer target for Lazio and Seville but the Baggies want to hang on to him.

Newcastle are in a battle with Everton and Tottenham to sign Vitoria Guimaraes striker Amido Balde.

Nottingham Forest and Reading will fight this summer to sign striker Billy Sharp.

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Fernando Torres has vowed to stay at Chelsea until 2016.

Martin O'Neill insists he should never have been sacked by Sunderland.

Tottenham have been boosted by the news that Gareth Bale will miss only two matches.

Liverpool's Raheem Sterling could be rested until the end of the season to safeguard his long-term future.

Paul Ince says his son Tom is worth £25m.

Wolves will offer Sylvan Ebanks-Blake a new contract but only if they stay in the Championship.

Former Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is still upset at his sacking. Liverpool will not sell Andy Carroll on the cheap, says boss Brendan Rodgers.

Tottenham have been told that Gareth Bale will be back in training within two weeks.

Fernando Torres has vowed never to give up in his effort to recapture his goal-scoring touch. Gareth Bale will only miss Tottenham's next two matches.

Martin O'Neill has hit back at critics calling him a "dinosaur".

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