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Charlie Austin is waiting on Chelsea to firm up its interest before deciding on his future. The QPR striker is attracted by the money on offer at Stamford Bridge, and is not keen on a move to Leicester City.
After Liverpool rejected two bids, worth 30 million pounds and £40 million, for Raheem Sterling, Manchester City is ready to go back in with a third offer. The Reds, though, are holding out for £50 million.
Manchester City is ready to make a 50 million pound ($77.9 million) bid for Wolfsburg's Kevin De Bruyne. Wary that Paul Pogba will move to Barcelona, City will make a big-money bid next week to land the former Chelsea playmaker.
Despite hitting out at the club last month, Martin Skrtel is set to sign a new three-year deal at Liverpool when he returns for preseason next week.
Bordeaux has received a 10 million pound ($15.6 million) offer from Newcastle United for Diego Rolan but is holding out for a much bigger offer.
Manchester City will sign Raheem Sterling for 45 million pounds ($70.1 million) from Liverpool to kick off its summer of spending. Paul Pogba, Kevin De Bruyne and Fabian Delph are also on the list.
Real Madrid is ready to sell Karim Benzema and Arsenal could make a 25 million euro ($27.8 million) bid.
Liverpool has beaten off competition from Deportivo La Coruna to sign 18-year-old Brazilian Allan Rodrigues de Souza from Internacional for 500,000 pounds.
Manchester City will break the British transfer record and sign Paul Pogba for 100 million euros, beating off interest from Barcelona, which has bid €80 million. City hopes to tie up the deal before flying to Australia on its preseason tour.
Nathaniel Clyne wanted to move to Manchester United this summer but had to choose Liverpool after the Red Devils failed to follow up on their interest.