Transfer Talk Round-Up: Liverpool Plan Clear Out, Tottenham Set for £6m Playmaker Move, Manchester United Fight Barcelona for Dutch International and Arsenal Striker Set for Bolton Loan Deal

The run-down on the latest rumours and speculation.

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Liverpool Chase Bundesliga Defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos

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Barcelona and Manchester United are vying for the signature of Ajax defender Gregor van der Wiel. The 22-year-old full-back won the Johan Cruyff award in 2010, a yearly accolade handed out to the best player in Dutch football.

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Turkish side Konyaspor have made an offer for Blackburn forward El-Hadji Diouf, although his agent says his first preference is to remain in England.

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Fiorentina striker Adrian Mutu could make a shock return to the Premier League, with Newcastle keen on signing the 32-year-old, who was sacked by Chelsea in 2004 after testing positive for cocaine.

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Liverpool Pair Paul Konchesky and Christian Poulsen Set for Anfield Exit?

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Blackpool are eyeing up a move for Fulham midfielder Zoltan Gera as they prepare for Charlie Adam to leave Bloomfield Road.

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But Blackpool’s move for striker Jeremie Aliadiere, who is a free agent, has hit a snag and may be called off.

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Bolton are poised to sign 21-year-old Arsenal striker Carlos Vela on loan.

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German side Werder Bremen want to sign Tottenham midfielder Nico Kranjcar, who is free to leave White Hart Lane, but he is thought to want to stay in England.

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Spurs striker Robbie Keane could be leaving White Hart Lane to join West Ham on loan, with a possible permanent move to follow in the summer.

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Aston Villa defender Curtis Davies could be on his way across town to bitter rivals Birmingham, with midfielder Sebastian Larsson going in the opposite direction.

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