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Andre Ayew, Jack Wilshere, Lewis Cook Alex Song and more.


  • Chelsea are winning the race to sign Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette. The Blues will offer £15m plus Loic Remy for the 23-year-old French international.

  • Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has told Raheem Sterling that he will not be allowed to leave Anfield this summer.

  • Roma are beating Swansea and Newcastle in the race for Marseille’s Andre Ayew.

  • Manchester United are losing the race to sign Memphis Depay – to Liverpool.

  • Silvio Berlusconi is on the brink of selling his controlling stake in AC Milan for £370m.


  • Arsenal are confident they will not be backed into a corner over the future of Manchester City target Jack Wilshere. City are willing to offer Wilshere £150,000-a-week to move to Eastlands this summer, but Arsenal do not feel they have to match that offer to keep him.

  • Tim Sherwood is ready to take on Newcastle United in a battle to sign Leeds United teenager Lewis Cook this summer.


  • Nathaniel Clyne is eyeing a move to Manchester United and is set to snub Southampton’s demand to commit his future to them.

  • Wolves lead the race for Portsmouth midfielder Jed Wallace, 21.

  • West Ham’s Alex Song is a summer transfer target for Inter Milan.

  • Striker Emile Heskey, 37, is set to sign a new contract with Bolton.


  • Stuart McCall has laid his cards on the table and insisted he wants to stay for the long haul to rebuild Rangers.

  • Liverpool are set to let Raheem Sterling's contract run down, rather than sell the England international.


  • Raheem Sterling will forfeit millions of pounds in wages if his contract battle with Liverpool continues into next season.


  • Scotland midfielder Darren Fletcher says it was not difficult to quit Manchester United to sign for West Brom in January.


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