5-Word Transfers: Dzeko, Adebayor, Walcott, Immobile, Ings
Is Dzeko edin for the exit?
Manchester City's Edin Dzeko is attracting interest from Turin giants Juventus according to this morning's Mirror.
The Bosnian international only signed a new four year contract earlier this season but isn't guaranteed a first team berth by manager Manuel Pellegrini.
Juventus are ready to provide the 29-year-old with an escape route to Italy but only if City are willing to reduce their current asking price.
Theo ready to unplug from Arsenal matrix
It seems like only yesterday that Theo Walcott signed da ting for Arsenal but fresh contract natter is once again upon us, if mercifully no new online campaign.
The London Evening Standard report confusion as to whether contract negotiations have actually started in earnest. Arsene Wenger says yes but the player himself claims no.
Wenger better get his arse in gear as Liverpool are waiting in the wings to swoop like a majestic liverbird and steal the speedy forward from the Emirates.
There have been no contract talks as yet and my current focus is not on contracts but on doing my best for Arsenal FC.
— Theo Walcott (@theowalcott) March 26, 2015
Liverpool to make a move for Immobile
Whilst we're on the subject of Liverpool chasing new forwards, one player they have every chance of catching is Borussia Dortmund's Ciro Immobile.
The 25-year-old hasn't enjoyed the most prolific of seasons in Germany but that won't stop Brendan Rodgers attempting to relocate the player to Anfield.
Liverpool face still opposition from AC Milan, who are willing to pay the handsome price of £13 million to coax the forward back to Italy, claim TalkSPORT.
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*Chelsea are inexplicably interested in signing all-round waster Emmanuel Adebayor to replace Didier Drogba at the end of the season. (Daily Express)
*Impressively named Borussia Monchengladbach are watching titchily-titled Danny Ings, who is of course a free agent in the summer. (London Evening Standard)
*Crystal Palace are willing to pay up to £8 million to sign free-scoring Queens Park Rangers marksman Charlie Austin. (Daily Mirror)