Liverpool transfer news: Reds manager Brendan Rodgers back in for Jay Rodriguez as Southampton raid continues - reports

Reds continue to source their talent from Southampton as exodus continues

Calum Chambers of Southampton wins the ball

Arsenal transfer news: Arsene Wenger set to complete £16m deal for Southampton's Calum Chambers

FA Cup holders swoop for another Southampton youth product

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Loic Remy appears to be closing on a move to Liverpool

Liverpool transfer news: Loic Remy, Dejan Lovren and Divock Origi on verge of Anfield moves

Brendan Rodgers close to splashing £40m on three new players

Morgan Schneiderlin could be on his way to Arsenal

Morgan Schneiderlin to Arsenal? Gunners open talks with Southampton midfielder seen as alternative to Sami Khedira - reports

Talks have stalled over the Gunners attempt to bring in Khedira

Southampton's Jay Rodriguez scores against Norwich City during the Premier League match at St Marys, Southampton (PA)

Liverpool transfer news: Reds target Jay Rodriguez offered new contract by Southampton

Striker offered a new five-year deal, according to reports

Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez shoots against Burnley

Liverpool transfer news: Reds could attempt to sign FOUR players from Southampton after reports link Liverpool with England international Jay Rodriguez

Liverpool are also maintaining an interest in Dejan Lovren having already signed Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana

Louis van Gaal will want to spend a decent amount of time with United in pre-season

Premier League fixtures 2014/15: Louis van Gaal to begin Manchester United reign on BT Sport

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Ronald Koeman

Southampton transfer news: New manager Ronald Koeman promises to replace departed stars with 'players of the same quality or even better'

Saints have already seen Rickie Lambert, Luke Shaw and Adam Lallana leave this summer, but Koeman admits the money is there to spend to replace them

Dejan Lovren latest: Ronald Koeman in battle to keep Liverpool target at Southampton

Croatian defender could become the fourth player to leave St Mary's this summer

Dusan Tadic in action for Serbia

Dusan Tadic joins Southampton: Deal in excess of £8m completed

The playmaker joins from FC Twente

Dejan Lovren wants to leave Southampton

Dejan Lovren to Liverpool: 'My head is already at Liverpool,' says Southampton defender

The Croatian says that Southampton have "no ambition" in blast

Southampton are interested in Feyenoord striker Graziano Pelle

Southampton transfer news: Saints interested in Feyernoord striker Graziano Pelle

Saints facing a summer of change as Ronald Koeman rebuilds squad

Liverpool have announced the signing of Southampton and Liverpool man Adam Lallana

Adam Lallana: Liverpool confirm £25m signing of Southampton and England forward

Lallana said he 'can't wait to get started' at Anfield next season

Luke Shaw has joined Manchester United

Luke Shaw joins Manchester United: England defender completes £30m move from Southampton

Shaw has changed his Twitter details to confirm he is now a Manchester United player

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