Transfer news round up: Manchester United eye Cavani and Mata; Allardyce admits West Ham could lose Morrison; Pellegrini considers Lopez swoop

The day's biggest transfer rumours all in one place

Manchester United will reportedly launch a stunning bid to sign Paris Saint Germain forward Edinson Cavani in the summer after receiving encouragement that the Uruguayan would entertain the move.

David Moyes is also expected to make a bid for the out-of-favour Chelsea playmaker Juan Mata in the next two days, with Jose Mourinho having the ultimate say over whether the Spain international leaves or not.

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce has admitted for the first time that Ravel Morrison could leave Upton Park as speculation linking him with a switch to Fulham refuse to go away.

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is set to make an ambitious bid for Real Madrid's first-choice goalkeeper Diego Lopez in the summer, according to reports.

European champions Bayern Munich are eying a surprise move for Arsenal’s attacking midfielder Tomas Rosicky as contract talks stall between the two parties.

Jose Mourinho has warned his Premier League title-rivals that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is keen to part with a considerable transfer outlay should the proposed Financial Fair Play rules fail to be enforced.

Red Bull Salzburg are considering an offer from Liverpool for their 20-year-old midfielder Valon Berisha.

Arsenal have reportedly rejected a preliminary inquiry for Thomas Vermaelen from Serie A side Napoli, despite the Gunners captain only having three appearances to his name.

Newcastle United have reached an agreement with Montpellier to sign the former France under-21 international Remy Cabella for a fee in the region of £12m.

Brendan Rodgers is mulling over a move for AC Milan's defensive midfielder Nigel De Jong as he nervously awaits news on Lucas Leiva's injury.

Liverpool have loaned Tiago Ilori out to Spanish side Granada in the hope that the Portugal under-21 star will earn valuable experience in La Liga.

Old rivals Manchester United and Liverpool are reportedly set to go head-to-head once more as they try and prise 14-year-old teenage sensation Tom Dele-Bashiru away from Manchester City.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez has revealed a deal has been agreed to sign Monaco striker Lacina Traore on loan subject to a work permit being granted.

 

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