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Manchester United youngster Andreas Pereira has signed a new three-year contract with the option to extend for a further year in 2018.
Sol Bamba wants to return to Leeds next season, but will not allow his desire for a deal to stop him voicing his concerns about the club.
David de Gea is set to snub Real Madrid to sign a new deal at Man United, Liverpool remain keen on Petr Cech, while West Brom want Benik Afobe.
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Inter Milan will pay £46.2m to prise Yaya Toure away from Man City, while Ander Herrera and Hector Bellerin have emerged as Barcelona targets.
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red devil 1978: Man Utd hoping to conclude three deals by June my sources tell me.
traffs: Well done to Chelsea. Its a season long campaign of winning well, grinding out results and spending well in the transfer market. Costa, Matic and fabregas all great...
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bluemaximum: Rather than work it out, they will resort to complaining and jealousy.
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After Chelsea sealed their fourth Premier League title, TEAMtalk compare this season's side to the record-breakers of the Blues' 2004/05 campaign.
Alexis Sanchez may grab the headlines, but Nick Wright explains why Laurent Koscielny is even more important to Arsenal's long-term success.
QPR FanZoner Chris King rues the club's decision to persist with Harry Redknapp until February as he looks ahead to Saturday's trip to Anfield.
Aston Villa FanZoner Tom Davis says Tuesday's 3-3 draw with QPR was a missed opportunity and thinks the result has left them in limbo.
Hull City boss Steve Bruce believes younger managers can take hope from the fact that Arsene Wenger comes in for criticism, despite his numerous achievements at Arsenal.
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Arsenal are eyeing Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry, while Tom Ince is a target for Liverpool, who will sell Jonjo Shelvey to Swansea.
Chelsea are keen on Alexandre Lacazette, Man City remain keen on Jack Wilshere and also want Joe Gomez, while Aston Villa and Newcastle want Lewis Cook.
Louis van Gaal will be handed the £100m necessary to lure Gareth Bale to Manchester United, while Liverpool want Real Madrid's Denis Cheryshev.
Man Utd have officially informed PSV of their interest in Memphis Depay, and Iker Casillas has played down talk of a move to Arsenal.
Hugo Lloris will be Man Utd's No.1 target if they lose David De Gea, while Patrick Vieira is in the frame for the manager's job at Marseille.
Erik Lamela could be on his way of Tottenham to join Inter Milan, while Chelsea have beaten off Porto to sign Brazilian starlet Nathan.
Iker Casillas wants to join Arsenal, which could see Real Madrid re-focus on David de Gea, while Nathaniel Clyne will snub Manchester United.
Man United want both Gareth Bale and Memphis Depay, Spurs are hopeful over Morgan Schneiderlin, while Newcastle are eyeing Patrick Bamford.
Real Madrid could offer Gareth Bale in a straight swap for Eden Hazard, Man City will bid £30m for Jack Wilshere, while Arsenal could sign £24m Pedro.
Kevin Mirallas has hinted he may stay at Everton, & Stoke have rubbished reports that they'll make a fresh bid for Sunderland's Lee Cattermole.
Liverpool could spend £60 million on three strikers this summer, while Chelsea are eyeing a £20m move for French sensation Giannelli Imbula.
John Carver wants more protection from Newcastle following abuse from the club's fans, while Brendan Rodgers admits Liverpool need strikers.
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