5-Word Transfers: Rose, Kolarov, Hernandez, Ings, Clyne
Rose to replace Kolarov?
The Daily Mirror reckon that Manchester City's Aleksandar Kolarov will return to Serie A in the summer, suggesting Inter Milan and Roma as possible destinations.
If he does depart, then Tottenham left-back Danny Rose could be the man to replace him at the Etihad.
Is he really of the quality City require to mount a more convincing title challenge next season?
Lazio to rival Prem clubs for Hernandez
Despite interest from the likes of Liverpool, Spurs and West Ham, the Daily Star claim that Manchester United's Javier Hernandez could be off to Lazio.
Currently on loan at Real Madrid, the Mexican has failed to get a regular starting berth at the European champions and doesn't appear to be in Louis van Gaal's long term plans.
There's also talk of him being offered to Southampton in part-exchange for Nathaniel Clyne. Speaking of which...
Clyne leaves the door open
Southampton right-back Nathaniel Clyne has paved the way for a move to a Premier League heavyweight by admitting he's "flattered" by the interest shown in him, report the Daily Telegraph.
Both Chelsea and Manchester United could do with another right-back and, going off this year's performances, Clyne would fit comfortably into either team.
Ings can only get better
After scoring on Burnley's recent visit to Manchester United, Danny Ings is reportedly on Louis van Gaal's transfer wish list.
According to the Daily Mail, the England Under-21 striker has impressed scouts at United and could join the club when his contract expires in the summer.