City line up Sterling, Pogba in $230m summer blowout

BY foxsports • June 13, 2015

Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around look to splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...

Manchester City will make an improved take-it-or-leave it offer for Raheem Sterling in the next 48 hours to spark a £150million summer spending spree. Sterling, Paul Pogba, Kevin De Bruyne and Giannelli Imbula are all in City's sights.

Theo Walcott is closing in on a starting place in England's Euro 2016 qualifier tomorrow - and a new deal at Arsenal.

Manchester United are ready to test Tottenham's resolve to keep Harry Kane with a £40million bid.

Javier Hernandez wants to stay at Real Madrid - but would return to Manchester United if he is a first-team regular.

Patrick Bamford is determined to break into Chelsea's first team.

West Ham are trying to secure a deal for former Tottenham player Vedran Corluka.

Southampton face competition from Newcastle for Spanish striker Juanmi.

Manchester City are ready to shatter the piggy bank and shell out a combined £100m on Paul Pogba and Raheem Sterling.

Theo Walcott will sign a new Arsenal deal after successful talks with the club.

Arsenal will push to complete an £11m swoop for Petr Cech by the end of next week.

Manchester City will make a second bid for Raheem Sterling but are refusing to meet Liverpool's £50million-plus valuation of the England star.

Memphis Depay has completed his £25million move to Manchester United from PSV Eindhoven and has heralded his new manager, Louis van Gaal, as the world's best.

Jack Wilshere has pledged his future to Arsenal after insisting he would not move to Manchester City simply to make up the numbers.

Stoke are confident that Steven N'Zonzi will sign a new deal.

Daniel Levy has reassured Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino that he has no plans to cash in on Manchester United targets Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris this summer.

Arsenal will refuse to include any key players as part of negotiations for Petr Cech but remain hopeful of signing the Chelsea goalkeeper.

Newcastle United are looking at whether there would be any way to structure a deal to take striker Andy Carroll back to St James' Park.

Manchester City are set to make an improved offer for Raheem Sterling after having an opening bid rejected but view Liverpool's £50 million valuation of the forward as excessive.

Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin will seek assurances over the amount of playing time he can expect next season should Arsene Wenger be able to complete a deal for the defensive midfielder that he believes his team desperately need.

West Ham United would only consider a sale of Andy Carroll and not a loan if Newcastle United step up their interest in trying to sign their former striker.

Stoke City are confident they can persuade Steven N'Zonzi to sign a new deal with just 12 months remaining on his existing contract.

Crystal Palace have been alerted to the availability of Steve Mandanda after the Marseille goalkeeper said he was likely to leave the French club.

Arsenal have been charged by the Football Association with breaching agent regulations over the £16m transfer of Calum Chambers from Southampton last summer.

Manchester City consider Liverpool's £50m-plus asking price for Raheem Sterling to be way over a reasonable valuation and their second bid for the player is unlikely to be anywhere near that figure.

Adel Taarabt's controversial six-year stay at Queen's Park Rangers is over after he left to join Benfica.

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