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Hull City are considering a move for Brede Hangeland, who is a free agent after leaving relegated Fulham over the summer. West Ham, FC Copenhagen and Stoke have also shown interest in a player Steve Bruce believes can add invaluable experience.
A host of Premier League clubs, including Man Utd and Arsenal, are on alert after Sporting put William Carvalho up for sale. The Portuguese side want to cash in while his stock is high, though will expect a fee close to his £37m release clause.
Romelu Lukaku is en route to Everton to sign a five-year contract with the Toffees. Chelsea agreed a fee for the Belgian earlier this week and, with Lukaku not in Jose Mourinho's first-team plans this season, he will return to Merseyside.
Morgan Schneiderlin has submitted a transfer request to Southampton. The France international is wanted by Tottenham and Arsenal.
Arturo Vidal’s agent will meet with Juventus to inform the club that the Chile international wants to move to Manchester United.
Liverpool have entered the race with Tottenham to sign Southampton forward Jay Rodriguez.
Man Utd are close to signing Edinson Cavani. Angel Di Maria's move to PSG has been held up as the French side must sell before they can buy, and Cavani - not picked to model the club's new away kit - could be sold to facilitate Di Maria's arrival.
Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has agreed terms on a £12 million move to Barcelona. The Catalans, however, only see the Denmark international as a back-up option should they miss out on signing number one target Marquinhos of PSG.
Bayern Munich have joined the race to sign Angel Di Maria, but their swoop to sign the Argentine may be too late as he is set to join PSG. The French champions, though, must first raise funds to comply with FFP, opening the door for die Roten.
Paris Saint-Germain are hoping to include Marco Verratti in their deal to sign Angel Di Maria in an effort to lower the fee and comply with financial fair play. Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is keen to sign his fellow Italian, who he trained at PSG.