Arsenal Want Enzo Zidane, Liverpool Plan £35m Trio Swoop, Man United Want Barcelona Midfielder, Tottenham Plan Chelsea Striker Bid, West Brom Want Norwich City Ace and Carlos Tevez Likely to Leave Man City

Transfer Rumour Round-Up. The run-down on the latest rumours and speculation.

Liverpool target young German starlet.

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Arsenal keen on Enzo Zidane.

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Liverpool plan £35m Premier League trio swoop.

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Tottenham plan Chelsea striker bid.

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Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal are all interested in Roma winger Jeremy Menez.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Barcelona midfielder Javier Mascherano, formerly of Liverpool, is in the sights of Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson.

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Anderlecht striker Romelu Lukaku is bound for the Premier League according to Fabrizio Ferrari, an Italian agent involved in the Belgian transfer market. Chelsea are believed to see the 17-year-old as the long-term replacemnet for Didier Drogba.

Full story: talkSPORT

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez is likely to seek a move away from Eastlands in the summer. The Argentina striker has attracted the interest of Inter Milan and speculation about his move to Italy was heightened as he was staying with his girlfriend in the same hotel as the Serie A side.

Source: Daily Mail

Everton are planning to strengthen their defence with the recruitment of Stuttgart’s Matthieu Delpierre.

Full story: talkSPORT

West Brom may test Norwich’s determination to hold on to striker Grant Holt.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has suggested that he would like to sign Didier Drogba should Chelsea sell the Ivory Coast striker in the summer.

Full story: Daily Telegraph

Former Aston Villa striker John Carew is hoping that his six-month deal at Stoke is made permanent. Carew’s time with the Potters has been hampered by injury and Stoke boss Tony Pulis has yet to decide on his future.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has no intention of splashing out on a host of big-money signings during the summer.

Source: Daily Star

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