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Tottenham are ready to steal a march in the race to sign Burnley's Danny Ings, out of contract and available for nothing in the summer, by bidding £5 million for the England Under-21 international. Chelsea and Man City are also interested.
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.
Inter likes very much Manchester City midfielder and is thinking that he will reduce his wage to play in Italy.
Chelsea have upped their offer for Douglas Costa to €25 million as they line up a double swoop for the Brazilian as well as Fiorentina's Juan Cuadrado. The South American duo are likely to replace Andre Schurrle and Mohamed Salah.
Manchester United have made Southampton's Nathaniel Clyne their No.1 right-back target and scouted the defender yet again against Newcastle. The Red Devils are preparing a €27 million bid, while they are also looking at Seamus Coleman.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp is mulling over a January bid for Monaco striker Dimitar Berbatov. The Loftus Road outfit have been told that the former Tottenham & Man Utd hitman wants to return to London and will cost just €1.3 million.
Manchester United are keeping tabs on Dinamo Moscow's Aleksandar Dragovic, while Arsenal have planned a scouting mission to watch the Austrian during a friendly this week and see him as a back-up to Gabriel should his move fall through.
Juventus WILL cash in on Paul Pogba this summer if they receive a bit of €100 million for the France international. Manchester City, United and Chelsea are all vying for the midfielder's signature, as are PSG and Bayern Munich.