Dortmund ace Marco Reus targets move to Premier League

Dortmund ace Marco Reus targets move to Premier League

Published Feb. 1, 2015 5:11 a.m. ET

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 United believe they can still tie down goalkeeper David de Gea to a new contract - but they may have to make him the world's highest paid keeper to do it, and include an escape clause.

Louis van Gaal still has his eyes set on Roma's Kevin Strootman as a key summer transfer target despite the midfield enforcer having to have another knee operation.

Tottenham are planning a £60m deadline day spending spree that includes landing Southampton's England striker Jay Rodriguez, Yohan Cabaye from Paris Saint-Germain and Aymeric Laporte from Athletic Bilbao.


Manchester United are trying to push through a £35m transfer deal for Brazilian defender Marquinhos from Paris Saint-Germain - despite the French club initially quoting a £112m price tag for the 20-year-old.

Edin Dzeko could be heading for Fenerbahce on loan with Manchester City looking towards Burnley's Danny Ings as his replacement in their star-studded squad.

Borussia Dortmund's attacking midfielder Marco Reus is set to move to Arsenal as he wants to work with Arsene Wenger.

Manchester United appear set to give 19-year-old striker James Wilson a new four-year contract, quadrupling his pay to £20,000 a week.

Arsenal and Liverpool have both been offered Portugal left-back Fabio Coentrao who has found himself out of favor at Real Madrid.

Crystal Palace and fellow strugglers Hull are among several top-flight clubs looking at a potential loan move for Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert.

Dnipro winger Yevhen Konoplyanka has turned down Roma in order to join either Liverpool or Tottenham this summer.

Anderson is due to sign for Brazilian side Internacional on Monday after being offered a four-year contract worth £25,000 a week after tax plus a £650,000 annual bonus.

The Premier League is likely to punish Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho after he failed to fulfill his media duties before or after the 1-1 draw against Man City.