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Mourinho weighing up move for Real Madrid defender Varane

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has dropped a hint he would like to sign Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane this summer.

Raphael Varane is struggling to get ahead of Sergio Ramos and Pepe in Real Madrid's back line.

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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...

Jack Collison is determined to fight for his future at West Ham despite being linked with moves to Nottingham Forest and Leeds.

Sunderland are lining up a summer bid for in-demand Nottingham Forest defender Jamaal Lascelles.

Arjen Robben has branded Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger a 'sore loser' after being branded as a diver.

Wayne Rooney could become Manchester United's captain next season after confirmation Nemanja Vidic is leaving the club to join Inter Milan.

Liverpool will not have to comply with UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules to compete in the Champions League next season if they manage to finish in the top four.

Former Spurs defender Ghoerghe Popescu has been jailed for three years for tax evasion and money laundering in Romania.

Southend hope to sign QPR midfielder Hogan Ephraim on loan.

Jose Mourinho has dropped a hint he would like to sign Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane this summer.

Hull boss Steve Bruce hopes to offer new deals to Matty Fryatt and Robert Koren once the club's Premier League future is assured.

Sunderland are looking to Brendan Rodgers' friend Lee Congerton to become their new director of football.

West Ham have put all contract talks on hold until their Premier League future is confirmed.


The proposed takeover of Leeds United remains in some doubt with Massimo Cellino set to face tax evasion trial in Sardinia later this month.

Stoke are eyeing a move for Wolfsburg striker Ivica Olic in the summer.

Sunderland could lose Jack Colback, Craig Gardner, Seb Larsson and Phil Bardsley in the summer with all four in contract disputes.

Ajax boss Frank de Boer reportedly turned down the Tottenham job in January.

West Brom's Nicolas Anelka will accept his five-match ban for his controversial quenelle gesture.

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