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ANGEL ON OFFER
The club? Manchester United. The price? £40m. But the Daily Star claim that United value Real Madrid and Argentina winger Angel di Maria at a price closer to £30m and 'he is understood to have reservations about joining a club who will not be playing Champions League football next season'. But with super-agent Jorge Mendes on the case, the deal could still be pushed over the line. Arsenal, Paris St-Germain and Juventus are the other three clubs said to be interested in Di Maria.

Elsewhere, there are suggestions that Bayern Munich want to make Colombia and Fiorentina star Juan Cuadrado their new right-back; you may remember that he was reportedly the subject of a £30m bid for Manchester United.


TWO NEW FOR ARSENAL
'Arsene Wenger is confident of pulling off a £35million double deal for Arsenal targets Alexis Sanchez and Mathieu Debuchy,' writes the Daily Mirror's resident Arsenal fanboy John Cross. He's counting £25m for Sanchez (though other reports suggest Barcelona are holding out for £32m) and £10m for Newcastle right-back Debuchy (with a suggestion that Carl Jenkinson could go the other way on loan).

There is definitely a sense that Sanchez is keen on a move to Arsenal; he has apparently been given permission to talk to Liverpool but is dragging his heels.

The Mirror claim that a midfielder and goalkeeper will follow for the Gunners, with the Daily Star claiming that they are wiling to pay £20m for Frenchman Morgan Scheniderlin.


CAN'T BUY YOU LOVREN
It can buy you diamond rings, my friend, but not Dejan Lovren, it seems. According to the Liverpool Echo, Liverpool have offered a tidy £20m to Southampton for the centre-half and have been turned down. This has left the Croat a tad irked as he apparently believes he has a 'gentleman's agreement' with the Saints that a bid of £20m could trigger a transfer.

The Echo says: 'Lovren has been left fuming by what he sees as Saints reneging on a promise and is ready to go on strike in order to force through his dream move.'

Should Lovren join Liverpool, it seems likely that Daniel Agger will be allowed to leave for around £12m.


AND THE REST
Eliaquim Mangala is set to turn down a move to Manchester City as he is holding out for Chelsea to come in and sign him...Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has warned off potential suitors for star men Ron Vlaar and Fabian Delph...Tottenham, West Ham and Swansea are chasing Bosnia and Herzegovina's young star Muhamed Besic...Chelsea keeper Petr Cech is subject of a tug of war between Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain...Arsenal are in talks to sign Newcastle defender Mathieu Debuchy...

...QPR will sign Rio Ferdinand and Steven Caulker to act as their defensive anchors on their return to the Premier League...Toronto FC are trying to hijack New York City's move for free agent Frank Lampard...Zenit St Petersburg are hoping to sign Tottenham midfielder Sandro for a fee of around £5m, with Spurs keen on Nottingham Forest defender Jamal Lascelles...Newcastle are hopeful of concluding a deal for Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca...Stoke have shown an interest in former Arsenal striker Eduardo, who is available on a free transfer...

...Bournemouth are closing on the signing of Coventry striker Callum Wilson...Sporting Lisbon's deal with Ryan Gauld includes a remarkable £48m buyout clause...Swansea have told Ashley Williams to forget any thoughts he had of leaving the club this summer...Everton and West Ham are competing to sign Dundee United left-back Andrew Robertson...Newcastle are keen to push through a deal for Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazzete...Former Celtic target Alfred Finnbogason has sealed a £6.5m move from Heerenveen to Spanish club Real Sociedad.

Shame about debuchy but if he wants champions league football we can't really blame him, if arsenal are really going to double what we paid and lend us jenkinson for a year I think we should treat their hand like a certain Uruguayan treats Italian shoulders.
- pabbaz92

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