Manchester United keen to conclude deals for trio of stars
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Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone has said that Chelsea striker Fernando Torres "would love" a return to the Spanish club, where he made his name before a 2007 move to Liverpool.
Hull face a transfer fight with West Ham and Stoke over their plans to make Tottenham midfielder Jake Livermore's loan spell permanent.
Tom Ince is at the center of a fight for his signature, with Everton, Tottenham and Newcastle all interested in the midfielder.
Former Southampton defender Dan Petrescu is under consideration to return to the club as manager this summer if Mauricio Pochettino is poached by a bigger team.
Sunderland manager Gus Poyet has been left "bemused" by Twitter gossip that he has quit the relegation-favorites.
Manchester City will hold talks to keep hold of striker Edin Dzeko.
Aston Villa have suspended Paul Lambert's right-hand men pending an internal investigation.
Lukasz Fabianski could stay at Arsenal - if he gets a fair chance to play regular first-team football.
Hull face a battle to sign Jake Livermore with West Ham and Stoke also interested in the on-loan midfielder from Spurs.
Manchester United are moving closer to making £30million England star Luke Shaw their first signing of the summer.
United players Tom Cleverley, Danny Welbeck and Ashley Young were forced to take part in an extra training session after being photographed in Manchester on a night out following the club's Champions League exit in Munich.
The Red Devils are working hard to finalize a deal for Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho with chief executive Ed Woodward working overtime to overcome the £37million buy-out clause believed to be in the 21-year-old's current contract.
David Beckham has hit a major hurdle in his plans to build a 25,000-seat stadium in Miami to home Major League Soccer's next franchise.
Arsenal have turned their attention to Mario Mandzukic as they look certain to miss out on initial target Diego Costa.
Paul Lambert's job at Aston Villa is safe despite the club suspending two of his long-serving lieutenants last night.
Brighton's 21-year-old loanee Jesse Lingard says he will be hugely confident when he returns to Manchester United at the end of the season.
Chelsea were given the green light to sign Diego Costa last night by Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone.
Gus Poyet was forced to assure his son he hadn't quit as Sunderland boss after rumors surfaced that he'd walked out on the club.
Manchester United are set to offer Toni Kroos £260,000 a week as they do their best to secure the 24-year-old midfielder from Bayern Munich.
Gus Poyet will not resign as Sunderland boss despite their struggles this season and will demand owner Ellis Short to back him or sack him in the coming months.
Manchester United are looking to offer £30million for Southampton defender Luke Shaw ahead of the World Cup and appear to be ahead of Chelsea in the race to sign the 18-year-old.