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Evening Report: July 29

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Tottenham could launch a bid for Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko this summer, according to reports. The Bosnian international is the club's back-up plan, should a move for first-choice target Roberto Soldado fall through.

Arsenal are set to make an improved bid for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez. The Gunners have already had two bids rejected, but reports claim they're ready to submit a third offer worth up to £42.5m as they look to push through a deal for the Uruguayan international.

David Moyes says Manchester United are "taking stock" over a third bid for Cesc Fabregas after Barcelona announced that the midfielder would not be sold. Moyes refused to rule out another offer for the Spain international, and revealed he still intends to add to his squad in the coming weeks.

Martin Montoya feels Barcelona are in good shape after hammering Valerenga 7-0 on Saturday. The Barca full-back is confident his side will adapt quickly to Gerardo Martino's tactics following the appointment of Tito Vilanova's replacement.

Jose Mourinho has admitted Eden Hazard has a lot of talent, but wants the Chelsea star to add more goals to his game. The new Blues boss says he will help Hazard transform his great talent into more goals, assists and big-game performances after an impressive first season in the Premier League.

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