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David Moyes wants Dutch centre-back Joel Veltman from Ajax as part of his Man Utd rebuild, while Arsenal are lining up a move for Gareth Barry.

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Joel Veltman: Eyed by Manchester United

Joel Veltman: Eyed by Manchester United

DAILY MIRROR

Juventus could be set to rival Manchester United in the chase for Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos.

Chelsea are keen to send Eden Hazard's younger brother, Thorgan, on loan to an English club to speed up his development, after his successful stint at Zulte Waregem.

Hull City will make a £3m summer bid to sign 25-year-old South Korea midfielder Chung Yong Lee from Championship side Bolton.

Fulham are set to make a £2m summer move for Schalke's 27-year-old Austria left-back Christian Fuchs.

England boss Roy Hodgson will call up in-form Liverpool pair Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson for next month's friendly against Denmark.

In-form Championship side Sheffield Wednesday are to make a new bid to sign Sunderland striker Connor Wickham on-loan.

Nottingham Forest want to sign West Brom's Graham Dorrans on loan.

DAILY STAR

Manchester City will beat neighbours Manchester United and Liverpool to the signing of Porto midfielder Fernando, 26, on a free transfer in the summer.

Arsenal right-back Bacary Sagna and keeper Lukasz Fabianski, whose contracts are up at the end of the season, have rejected new deals.

DAILY MAIL

David Moyes will hand in a £100m shopping list to his Old Trafford bosses this summer, with Juventus pair Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba, Southampton's Luke Shaw and Joel Veltman of Ajax all on it.

Sacked Swansea manager Michael Laudrup is on Tottenham's radar but Real Madrid are considering turning to the Dane in the summer

Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina, 31, has indicated he will not be returning to Anfield at the end of his season-long loan with Italian side Napoli.

DAILY EXPRESS

Arsenal are mulling over a shock move for on-loan Everton midfielder Gareth Barry.

Tottenham are lining up Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal to take over from Tim Sherwood at the end of the season if Spurs fail to make the Champions League.

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