Premier League giants considering move for Balotelli
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Meanwhile, City have emerged as Arsenal's biggest rivals to sign Cesc Fabregas from Barcelona.
England players have been told to sing the national anthem loud and proud at this summer's World Cup as manager Roy Hodgson aims to install pride in the national side.
Meanwhile, Hodgson believes Liverpool wideman Raheem Sterling can be the free spirit to change England's dynamic.
England coach Ray Lewington has labelled Hodgson a 'miracle worker'.
Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester United are interested in signing 22-year-old Feyenoord defender Stefan de Vrij.
Brighton striker Leonardo Ulloa is wanted by Southampton to replace Liverpool-bound Rickie Lambert.
Swansea have agreed a £6.5million fee for FC Twente striker Luc Castaignos.
Jordon Mutch is set to stay in the Premier League with Sunderland after a £1.5million deal was agreed with relegated Cardiff.
Arsenal have turned down the chance to buy former midfielder Cesc Fabregas from Barcelona even though the player is available for £30m.
Inter Milan want to take Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez on loan and are also interested in Chelsea frontman Fernando Torres.
Swansea captain Ashley Williams is ready to leave the Liberty Stadium for newly-promoted QPR in a £4m deal.
Hull City are set to bid £3.5million for Tottenhamâs Michael Dawson and are still trying to seal a permanent deal for Jake Livermore.
Stoke are interested in Sporting Lisbon forward Diego Capel.
Liverpool, Chelsea and Spurs all want to sign former Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli who has been told he can leave AC Milan.
Ronald Koeman could be handed a £50m transfer fund if he takes over as Southampton manager.
Frank Lampard's negotiations over a new contract with Chelsea have stalled.
Liverpool's attempt to sign midfielder Adam Lallana has stalled. Southampton refuse to lower their £30m valuation.
Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill expects assistant Roy Keane to make a decision over whether he wants to take over the vacant Celtic manager's job by Wednesday.