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Rooney asked to name price by PSG

Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney is a target for Paris Saint-Germain.
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Luis Suarez faces a Liverpool backlash after confirming he wants to quit Anfield.

David Villa is definitely coming to the Premier League this summer with Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool all in for the Barcelona striker.

Derby County boss Nigel Clough moved ahead in the race for Dundee United star Johnny Russell last night with a £1.25million offer.

Newcastle are ready to pay £10million to sign Derby's boy wonder Will Hughes.

Manchester City are confident of announcing Manuel Pellegrini as their new boss early next week.

Leighton Baines says Roberto Martinez would be a "terrific" choice to succeed David Moyes at Everton.


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Liverpool last night told Luis Suarez: You're going nowhere.

Lech Poznan have accepted a £2.5million bid from Aston Villa for winger Aleksandar Tonev.

Chelsea have told Atletico Madrid that no decision will be made on goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, who has been on loan at the club, until Jose Mourinho is in place as manager.

Real Madrid want Gareth Bale to submit a written transfer request to Spurs and force through an £80million move to the Bernabeu.

Newcastle have told Russian rich boys Anzhi Makhachkala they will have to pay £25million to land striker Papiss Cisse.

Millwall will name their new boss next week - with former Blackburn manager Steve Kean on the shortlist.

Kenny Jackett became Wolves' fifth boss in 16 months yesterday.

Roberto Martinez could be offered a job at Manchester City if he loses the race to become Everton's new boss.


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Luis Suarez has finally confirmed he does want to quit Liverpool and claimed: I've been hounded out of England.

Manuel Pellegrini will be unveiled as Manchester City boss next week - and Jesus Navas has moved a step closer to becoming his first signing.

Arsenal are set to sign Lyon midfielder Clement Grenier.

Jose Mourinho is facing a blow before he has even started his Chelsea revolution - with Real Madrid set to block his attempts to take any players with him.

Newcastle will fight tooth and nail to hang on to top scorer Papiss Cisse despite interest from several top Russian clubs.

Sunderland are set to unveil four new players next month as Paolo Di Canio's Mackem revolution moves into overdrive.

Rio Ferdinand has delivered a damning verdict on the state of English football.

Luis Suarez last night delivered a savage snub to the Liverpool management and their fans who have stood by him when he admitted: 'I want to leave.'

Abu Dhabi club Al Jazira are keen on Wigan striker Arouna Kone.

West Ham are bidding for Real Betis goalkeeper Adrian.

Newcastle are fending off interest in striker Papiss Cisse from Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala.

Olympiakos are keen on Blackburn midfielder David Dunn.

Wayne Rooney has been told by Paris Saint-Germain that he can name his terms for a £30 million move to France this summer - with the club ready to pay him £300,000 a week after tax.

Liverpool will push for a club-record transfer fee for Luis Suarez, out-stripping the £50million Chelsea paid for Fernando Torres, before they alter their stance that the striker is not for sale.

Liverpool will consider selling Luis Suarez but only for a club-record fee of more than £50m.

Phil Neville is being lined up by Brighton as a potential successor to Gus Poyet, with the Championship club understood to be taking steps to appoint their next manager.

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez must hand in a formal transfer request before he will be allowed to leave Anfield for Real Madrid. An activation clause valued around £40million must also be triggered before the Reds will begin negotiations with any suitor.

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