Trio of Premier League clubs eyeing Barcelona playmaker Xavi
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Celtic manager Neil Lennon is also high on Norwich's list to replace interim manager Neil Adams this summer.
Former Manchester City star Francis Lee claims that FA chairman Greg Dyke should not be criticizing the new Premier League champions for only having two England players in their ranks - Joe Hart and James Milner.
Hull City are interested in Cardiff striker Fraizer Campbell, 26, who wants to leave the club after Premier League relegation and would be available for as little as £800,000 because of an escape clause in his contract.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce wants Norwich winger Robert Snodgrass to head summer spending spree.
Nikola Zigic, apparently on £60k-a-week, wants to remain at Championship club Birmingham now that he is out of contract at St Andrews.
Manchester United defender Phil Jones has two weeks to prove to Roy Hodgson he will have recovered from his shoulder injury in time for the World Cup, with Everton teenager John Stones ready to replace him.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew wants to sign midfielder Fabian Delph, 24, and striker Andreas Weimann, 22, from Aston Villa in a double deal that could cost the Magpies £15m.
Former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay and ex-Watford boss Gianfranco Zola are in the frame as relegated Norwich City plan to name a new manager within a week.
France left-back Patrice Evra, 32, could follow fellow defender Nemanja Vidic to Inter Milan from Manchester United this summer.
Meanwhile, United interim boss Ryan Giggs is confident striker Danny Welbeck will not leave Old Trafford in the summer, despite the 23-year-old England frontman attracting interest from Arsenal and Tottenham.
Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole, 33, rejected a chance to be placed upon Roy Hodgson's list of seven standby players for the World Cup after being left out of England's squad.