GiveMeSport transfer update: April 10

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Manchester United are expected to be busy this summer, and a key target for the club is Toni Kroos.

David Moyes is desperate to land the Bayern Munich midfielder and, according to The Mirror, the clubs will hold talks over a proposed transfer today.

Another player to be linked with United is Colombian right-back Santiago Arias, who is set to be the first choice for his country at the World Cup this summer.

PSV, however, claim to be unaware of any interest from last season’s Premier League champions, with Marcel Brands denying an approach has been made.

To Arsenal now, and Santi Cazorla has identified Andres Iniesta as the one player he would love at the Emirates Stadium.

More Arsenal transfer gossip sees the club being linked with Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez.

The Daily Star reports that the Gunners are monitoring Rodriguez, who is also wanted by Tottenham.

Those are the transfer headlines so far - keep an eye on GiveMeSport for more updates.

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