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Manchester United are worried that David de Gea will reject a new £200,000-a-week contract offer as he pushes for a move to Real Madrid, but the Red Devils will demand to receive Gareth Bale as part of a £120m player-plus-cash swap deal.
Chelsea are on alert after Raheem Sterling once again stalled on talks over a new Liverpool contract. The England international wants over 100k-a-week and both the Blues and Spanish giants Real Madrid are watching the situation.
Manchester United are on the cusp of sealing the £15 million transfer of Austrian defender Aleksandar Dragovic. The Red Devils moved for the Dinamo Kiev star after losing out on Gabriel Paulista to rivals Arsenal.
Andre Schurrle is keen to leave Chelsea in January and move to Wolfsburg. The Germany international will pressure the Blues into letting him leave if the club receive an offer from the Bundesliga side.
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola could leave the Bundesliga club this summer. The Spaniard is willing to walk away a year later, with Manchester City interested in the former Barcelona man.
Valencia are set to hand striker Paco Alcacer a new deal until 2020 which will contain a £70m buy-out clause. Liverpool have been linked with a move for 21-year-old who has impressed this season.
Real Madrid are keen on signing Aymeric Laporte from Athletic Bilbao, who has also been linked with Manchester United. The Spanish side want €42m (£31m) for the defender.
Real Madrid are under investigation by Fifa who are looking into their signings of young players and could sanction los Blancos.
Roma are having doubt about signing Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah, and Walter Sabatini has now turned his attentions to Shakhtar Donetsk's Luiz Adriano. The club have offered €10m, but the Ukrainian club want €15m.
Liverpool are confident they will sign James Milner from Manchester City in the summer. The England international is out of contract at the end of the season and is yet to agree a new deal with the champions.