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Manchester United still hope to sign both Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid team-mate Gareth Bale. The Reds Devils are ready to offer the Portuguese ace a record-breaking £14m-a-year contract and are keen to land the Welshman too.
Manchester United are keeping tabs on contract rebel Theo Walcott, with Louis van Gaal open to bringing the Arsenal winger to Old Trafford this summer. The England international is out of contract in 2016 and is stalling on a new deal.
Manchester United lead a host of top European clubs scouting Braga's Rafa Silva and watched him in Portugal's Under-21 clash with Denmark on Thursday. The Red Devils are keen on the €20m-rated attacker, dubbed 'the Portuguese Hazard'.
Arsenal are ready to make a £2.5 million bid for 16-year-old Uruguayan sensation Federico Valverde. The teenager has already visited the Gunners' Colney training ground and impressed Arsene Wenger, who is ready to snap him up.
David De Gea is happy at Manchester United and has no desire to join Real Madrid. The Spaniard has long been linked with a return to the Spanish capital, but United officials hope to make him the world's highest paid goalkeeper.
Manchester City's hopes of landing Real Madrid centre-back Pepe have been dashed, with the Portugal international set to sign a new two-year contract with Los Blancos. That could, however, mean Madrid will offload Raphael Varane.
Barcelona have earmarked Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke as the perfect replacement for Xavi, who is set to leave the club for Al Sadd at the end of the season.
Juventus are closely monitoring the situation of Brazil international Oscar at Chelsea as they look to add some more creativity to their midfield.
Roma are sitting in pole position to secure the services of Samir Handanovic, who could be on his way out of Inter and has attracted the interest of Manchester City, too.
Napoli are ready to make a move for Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio as they aim to strengthen their backline ahead of the 2015-16 campaign.