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Everton remain interested in bringing Lacina Traore back to Goodison Park on loan this summer. The Monaco forward spent last season on loan with the Toffees but suffered a serious hamstring injury restricting him to just 62 minutes of football.
Arsenal will follow up their £30 million signing of Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona with a double deal for Lars Bender and Mathieu Debuchy. Arsene Wenger is keen to add a defensive midfielder and will complete a £20m move for Bender.
According to La Gazetta dello Sport, Arjen Robben and Wesley Sneijder wanted Klaas-Jan Huntelaar to start versus Argentina, in stead of Robin van Persie. But Louis van Gaal kept his confidence in the Oranje-captain.
Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus is furious that Barcelona have moved for Luis Suarez. The striker was confident of a move to Camp Nou which looks unlikely now the Uruguay international is set to sign.
Chelsea are set to have talks with Valencia over the future of Oriol Romeu. The Spaniard spent last season on loan with Los Che and the Liga side are hoping for a cut-price deal for the midfielder.
Tottenham are preparing to offer Swansea £18m for striker Wilfried Bony. Spurs are hoping to beat Liverpool to the Ivory Coast international although Garry Monk's side want £20m for the striker.
Arsenal's move for Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira has stalled with the Gunners concerned the deal will cost them £20m. The Germany international wants at least £150,000-per-week to move to north London.
Cardiff striker Fraizer Campbell will not be moving to Leicester after a proposed move collapsed due to the striker's wage demands. The former Manchester United man will now open talks with Crystal Palace.
Manchester United have put talks to sign Arturo Vidal from Juventus on hold. The midfielder has not been discussed during the two clubs' discussions over Patrice Evra with the defender set to complete a move to Serie A shortly.
Tomas Perez, vice-president of UD Levante, confirms the deal: "I don't know the terms, but it's done because two parts are satisfied with the deal".