Football Paper Talk
A look at the football transfer gossip in the day's national newspapers, with Wayne Rooney linked to PSG.
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Rio Ferdinand is a transfer target for Arsenal - in what could be a shock summer switch.
Meanwhile, the Gunners are preparing a £31m bid for Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa and will battle with Chelsea for his signature.
Cardiff City striker Fraizer Campbell set to leave relegated club to join Sunderland.
England World Cup doubt Andros Townsend may have played his last game for Tottenham.
Tottenham's Harry Kane is a £5million summer transfer target for Crystal Palace and Stoke.
Sunderland aim to keep out of contract Newcastle fan Jack Colback away from their arch rivals.
Manchester United are set to miss out on Fabio Coentrao AGAIN after Cristiano Ronaldo tells Real Madrid to keep him.
After assessing his options, Manuel Pellegrini will stick with keeper Joe Hart for next season.
Striker Wilfried Bony is a target for Arsenal, but Swansea have slapped a £20million price tag on him.
Manchester City prepare to launch a bid to take Chelsea wonder kid Andreas Christensen.
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PSG are considering a summer move for Wayne Rooney who could cost them £35m.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is satisfied Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino's English is good enough for him to be considered the next Spurs manager.
Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben is a target for Louis Van Gaal if he becomes Manchester United manager.
Meanwhile, striker Danny Welbeck will stay at Old Trafford in the wake of the sacking of manager David Moyes.
Singapore businessman Peter Lim has been linked with a potential takeover bid for Manchester United.
Newcastle could turn to ousted Manchester United manager David Moyes if they sack Alan Pardew this summer.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has told 23-year-old midfielders Eden Hazard and Andre Schurrle and 22-year-old Oscar that they must improve with at least one of the trio expected to leave the club this summer.
Jose Mourinho wants to make Belgian international Thibaut Courtois his starting goalkeeper next season at Chelsea with the 21-year-old set to return from a three-year loan spell at Spanish side Atletico Madrid.