Paper Talk: Reds closing in on Douglas

Liverpool are looking to sign Brazilian defender Douglas on a free transfer and Borussia Dortmund want Chelsea to buy Robert Lewandowski.

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Douglas: Linked with Liverpool switch

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Liverpool are looking to sign Brazilian defender Douglas on a free transfer.

Pepe Reina has again been linked with Barcelona.

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Everton and Stoke will rival Swansea for QPR winger Junior Hoilett.

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