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Manchester City are ready to launch an audacious £250m bid for Barcelona's Lionel Messi (MEN)

Laurent Koscielny will let Arsenal know his intentions regarding his future soon amid reported interest from PSG (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United are keen on Marseille’s teenage left-back Benjamin Mendy (Daily Mirror)

Roma are reportedly plotting a loan move for Tottenham midfielder Paulinho (Metro)

Jackson Martinez's agent insists Porto have not entered talks with Roma over the sale of the 27-year-old. Chelsea & Man Utd have been linked with the Colombian (TalkSPORT)

Valencia have offered Manchester United the chance to sign centre-back Adil Rami for £10m (Daily Mail)

Manchester City are set to miss out on the signing of San Lorenzo's Angel Correa to Atletico Madrid (Daily Mirror)

Espanyol keeper Kiko Casilla says he does not want to leave the club, despite reports of interest from Arsenal and Manchester United (Daily Express)

Liverpool are hopeful they can complete the £12m signing of Barcelona's 22-year-old forward Cristian Tello - if the Catalan club can overturn their transfer ban (Daily Mirror)

Bayern Munich are on the trail of Arsenal target Aymeric Laporte (TalkSPORT)

Manchester United are in the market for Benfica midfielder Enzo Perez (O Jogo)

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