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Transfer Rumour Gossip: Man United Want £55m Pair, Arsenal Playmaker Linked With £30m Nou Camp Switch, Blues Plot La Liga Raid

Friday’s transfer rumour roundup. 

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Mesut Ozil Arsenal

Manchester United are still set to push ahead with plans to sign the Southampton duo of Luke Shaw and Adam Lallana at the end of the season for a combined fee of £55m.

Full story: The Daily Mail

La Liga champions FC Barcelona want to sign Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil for just £30m this summer.

Full story: talkSPORT.co.uk

Everton manager Roberto Martinez hopes to lure unsettled Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley to Goodison Park as an eventual successor to Leon Osman.

Full story: The Daily Star

Arsenal right-back Bacary Sagna is leaving the north London club when his contract runs out at the end of June, with the France international planning on joining either Manchester United or Manchester City.

Full story: The Daily Star

Veteran Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard will put pen to paper on a new one-year contract at Stamford Bridge within the next 10 days.

Full story: The Daily Express 

Gerard Deulofeu Barcelona

In-demand Southampton centre-back Morgan Schneiderlin says that he has no intention whatsoever of trying to engineer a move away from St Mary’s this summer to join either Manchester United or Arsenal.

Full story: The Daily Mirror

Napoli defender Pablo Armero is keen to remain with West Ham United next season after joining the Hammers on a six-month loan deal from the Southern Italian outfit at the turn of the year.

Full story: talkSPORT.co.uk

FC Barcelona forward Gerard Deulofeu may now stay at Goodison Park next campaign after the young Spaniard impressed during his season-long loan spell with the Toffees.

Full story: The Metro

Newcastle United are pondering making a move for £5m-rated AS Monaco front man Emmanuel Riviere this summer.

Full story: The Daily Express

Chelsea will hand full-back Cesar Azpilicueta a new deal on improved wages of £70,000 per week to reward the Spaniard for his consistent form at the back this season.

Full story: The Daily Mail 

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