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2014-07-04 09:51
Marouane Fellaini and Arjen Robben (AFP)

Cape Town - Marouane Fellaini says his future will be decided after the World Cup amid reports he could leave Manchester United while the Red Devils are weighing up a bid for £40m Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria.

According to the Express, Bayern Munich have entered the race for Colombian and Fiorentina star Juan Cuadrado along with Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool.

Arsenal are ready to launch a £20m bid for Southampton and France star Morgan Schneiderlin after Napoli joined the race for the Tottenham target.

Klaas Jan Huntelaar says he will discuss his future with Schalke after the SWC as speculation that Liverpool are lining up a move for him.

According to Pepe Reina’s agent the Arsenal target will return to play for Liverpool next season.

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has confirmed that The Hoops are set to sign Rio Ferdinand despite the board saying that the defender is too old.

Croatian defender Dejan Lovren could stun Southampton by going on strike in a bid to force through a £20m move to Liverpool.

The Mirror reports that Manchester City are waiting for a decision from Eliaquim Mangala before making their big signing of the summer. Mangala is the Blues’ top transfer target and they have agreed a £32million deal in principle with his Portuguese club, Porto.

Petr Cech's agent claims the Chelsea keeper is ready to quit for the likes of Real Madrid or Barcelona with the 32 year olds position being under serious threat next season with Thibault Courtois returning from a three-year loan at Atletico Madrid.

Monaco insists Radamel Falcao and James Rodriguez are not for sale - as Real Madrid are linked with double swoop for Colombia pair says the Dailymail.

The Daily Star reports that Tottenham, West Ham and Swansea are chasing Bosnia and Herzegovina's young star Muhamed Besic.

Reports in Croatia suggest that Mario Mandzukic will join Atletico Madrid in a £14m deal that leaves the Romelu Lukaku deal in the air but the Chelsea striker is due to make his move permanent to Everton after his successful loan spell in a £20m move.

Thulani Serero has put pen to paper his current club in a deal that will keep at the Amsterdam ArenA until 2017.

AS Monaco had agreed a pre-contract with Victor Valdes but reports suggest the goalkeeper failed a medical with the French club on Wednesday. The 32 year old chose not to renew his contract with Barcelona after 12 years at Camp Nou.

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