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Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels, 25, could snub Manchester United’s interest if they fail to reach next season’s Champions League.

Cardiff striker Craig Bellamy, 34, has hinted that he could retire at the end of the season if they avoid Premier League relegation.

Etienne Capoue

Etienne Capoue joined Tottenham from Toulouse last summer

Arsenal have been given encouragement to revive their interest in 21-year-old Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata at the end of the season.

Inter Milan are interested in signing Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o, 32, and Tottenham’s 25-year-old midfielder Etienne Capoue this summer.

Roberto Soldado, 28, could be offered an escape route from Tottenham after just one disappointing season. Atletico Madrid are considering the misfiring Spurs forward as a cut-price summer replacement for in-demand 25-year-old striker Diego Costa.

Barcelona have won the race to sign 17-year-old Croatian midfielder Alen Halilovic (pictured below) from Dinamo Zagreb, who was interesting Manchester United and Manchester City.

Alen HalilovicAlen Halilovic (above) has won three caps for Croatia

Championship rivals Nottingham Forest and Leeds are battling to sign 25-year-old West Ham midfielder Jack Collison on loan.

Stoke midfielder Steven Nzonzi, 25, wants a move at the end of the season after a meeting with boss Mark Hughes.

Manchester United manager David Moyes was in Germany on Friday night to watch £10m-rated centre-half Matthias Ginter, 20, play for Freiburg against Hertha Berlin.

Santi Cazorla is ready to sign a new deal that will keep him at Arsenal until 2017. The 29-year-old’s new contract is set to be announced alongside improved deals for Per Mertesacker, 29, and Tomas Rosicky, 33.

Roberto ManciniFormer Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini, now in charge at Turkish club Galatasaray, has told Tottenham he wants to become their manager at the end of the season.Roberto Mancini was sacked as Manchester City manager last May

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce believes it will take £200m for under-fire boss David Moyes to put Manchester United back on top.

Manchester United could play a series of lucrative friendlies abroad next season to try and off-set the financial loss facing them if they fail to qualify for Europe.

Sources: Daily Express, TalkSport, Dailt Mirror, Guardian, Daily Mail, Daily Star, Four Four Two, Daily Telegraph, The Times, Evening Standard,, Marca, TuttoSport