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Transfer Rumour Gossip: Barca Eye Manchester City Playmaker, Arsenal Already Prepare To Offload Deadline-Day Signing And Red Devils Forward Set For Stunning Summer Move To Rejoin The Gunners

Sunday’s transfer rumour roundup. 

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David Silva

La Liga champions FC Barcelona are lining up a move for Manchester City midfielder David Silva to replace their veteran Spain playmaker Xavi when the 34-year-old eventually decides to call it quits at Camp Nou.

Full story: The Sunday Mirror

Unsettled Manchester United forward Robin van Persie could make a stunning return to former club Arsenal at the end of the season after growing unhappy with life at Old Trafford under new Red Devils boss David Moyes.

Full story: The Mail on Sunday

Sunderland’s holding midfielder Lee Catermole, who very nearly moved to Stoke City on transfer deadline day, is now understood to be interesting Napoli boss Rafa Benitez.

Full story: The Sunday Mirror

Kim Kallstrom Arsenal

Arsenal want to send recent new signing Kim Kallstrom back to Spartak Moscow after discovering that the Sweden international arrived the Emirates on transfer deadline day with a back injury tht looks like keeping the 31-year-old out of action for the next six weeks.

Full story: The Sunday Mirror

Schalke 04 general manager Horst Heldt has revealed that the Bundesliga outfit received a number of bids for their coveted Germany international Julian Draxler on transfer deadline day.

Full story: Goal.com

Former Manchester City head coach Roberto Mancini was handed a whopping £10m payoff when he was sacked by the north-wet giants at the end of last season, the highest in British football history.

Full story: The Sunday Mirror

Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins wants Everton assistant manager Graeme Jones to take over from current Swans boss Michael Laudrup at the Liberty stadium next season.

Full story: The Sunday Mirror

BRITAIN SOCCER

Under-pressure new Fulham boss Rene Meulensteen is set to be replaced by Alan Curbishley in the Craven Cottage hot seat after the west London club’s defeat to Southampton on Saturday.

Full story: The Sunday Mirror

Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is set to replace recently appointed manager Tim Sherwood with experienced Netherlands national team boss Louis van Gaal this summer.

Full story: The Sunday Mirror

New West Bromwich Albion manager Pepe Mel allowed his players to openly question his tactics in the aftermath of the Baggies’ 4-3 loss to Aston Villa in the Premier League at Villa Park in midweek.

Full story: The Sunday Mirror

Everton youngster Ross Barkley is on the verge of agreeing a new long-term deal with the Toffees that will keep the 20-year-old at Goodison Park until 2018.

Full story: The Sunday Mirror