Chelsea to fund Falcao/Balotelli/Costa move by selling Torres to Inter, Liverpool in for Parejo and plenty more...
PSG LINE UP OSCAR BID
PSG are preparing an enormous £41.5m offer for Oscar, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The playmaker has been a key part of Chelsea's title challenge this season, attracting interest from Monaco and Barcelona as well as the Ligue 1 champions.
'PSG's interest in Oscar is strong but it remains to be seen whether an official bid is lodged in the next few months and whether Chelsea could be tempted to sell the 22-year-old, who joined from the Brazilian club Internacional in July 2012 for £25 million,' report the Telegraph.
'It is understood PSG scouts have been watching him closely in recent weeks, although to accommodate him they would have to move on one of their non-EU players.'
The Telegraph also add that Demba Ba, Samuel Eto'o and Fernando Torres could all leave Stamford Bridge in the summer as Jose Mourinho searches for a new number nine.
VAN PERSIE TO WAIVE LOYALTY BONUS
According to the Sunday Mirror, Robin Van Persie is so eager to quit Manchester United in the summer that he's prepared to waive £10m in loyalty bonuses.
'The Dutchman is a target for Italian giants Juventus and is open to a move to Italy after becoming disillusioned with life at Old Trafford,' claim the Mirror.
'Sunday Mirror Sport can reveal that if RVP leaves he will miss out on a £10million loyalty bonus he is due to receive if he spends the final two years of his contract with the champions.
'But his head has been turned by renewed interest from Turin during a season of turmoil at United.'
The Sunday People believe that United will allow Van Persie to leave, but only if they are able to sign Edinson Cavani as his replacement.
MOYES WANTS VERMAELEN
Quick line from The Sun now, who report that David Moyes has identified Thomas Vermaelen as the man to replace Nemanja Vidic.
The Arsenal club captain has struggled for game time this season and was linked with a loan move to West Ham in January.
But now he could be set for a summer switch to United, as long as the champions stump up around £12m to persuade the Gunners to sell.
AND THE REST
Pepe Mel is facing the sack as West Brom boss after yesterday's defeat by Manchester United...Manchester United are poised to announce a £600million kit deal with current providers Nike, setting a world record in the process...Tottenham are hoping to sign Manchester City and England midfielder James Milner, with City yet to start talks with him over a new contract...Liverpool have stepped up their interest in Red Bull Salzburg's Austria defender Martin Hinteregger but face competition from Inter Milan and Barcelona...David Moyes is credited with an interest in Turkey midfielder Salih Ucan, 20, who Fenerbahce rate in the £7million bracket...
Germany coach Joachim Low insists he is not interested in taking over from under-pressure David Moyes as Manchester United manager...Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has England's young stars Ross Barkley and Luke Shaw at the top of his shopping list this summer...Tottenham are keen on Valencia defender Jeremy Mathieu with Jan Vertonghen an apparent target for Barcelona...Tom Cleverley is set to sign a massive new deal with Manchester United despite seemingly having been made a scapegoat for their troubles this season, and being castigated by England supporters as well...
Liverpool will give Brendan Rodgers a £60million summer war chest to spend on new players if he gets the Reds into the Champions League next season. Dnipro's Yevhen Konoplyanka, Cardiff defender Steven Caulker and Switzerland left-back Ricardo Rodriguez are on his shopping list...Manchester United and Liverpool are interested in Hoffenheim midfielder Roberto Firmino...Javier Hernandez is being targeted by Inter Milan as they prepare a double swoop on Manchester United this summer...Arsene Wenger will use an £8million clause in Loic Remy's contract to gazump Newcastle United for the forward's signature this summer.
RVP's heart is simply not with the club anymore.It is true that without him, SAF would never have won that 20th title, but he does not want to play for Moyes the same way he did for SAF. Evra is another player with the same mentality and I cannot see him staying on.Moyes has to have the dressing room and the rest will follow.- bob the manc