Arsenal midfield duo Tomas Rosicky and Mathieu Flamini could leave the Emirates for nothing summer, according to the Mirror.
The duo, who have both failed to hold down regular places in the club's starting XI throughout the course of the campaign, may now leave on free transfers at the end of the season.
In fact, the same report claims that Rosicky could move to his former club Sparta Prague as he enters the final stages of his career.
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Flamini, on the other hand, faces uncertain future, and will no doubt be hoping for one final challenge if his second stint at the Gunners is set to come to an end.
There's no doubt about it, it looks set to be a busy summer for Arsene Wenger and Co. as Arsenal go in search of improvement ahead of the 2015/16 campaign.
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Van Persie off penalties
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has revealed that striker Robin van Persie is now at the bottom of the queue in the list to take penalties after he missed in the club's 1-0 defeat at home to West Brom on Saturday, reports the Daily Mail.
"He is now at the end of the road. Wayne has missed also so when you miss you are at the bottom again. I miss a striker that scores."
The Red Devils slumped to their third straight league defeat, which puts the pressure on them in their final three remaining fixtures as they go in search of qualification for next year's Champions League.
Chelsea want Cavani and Clyne
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is interested in bringing the duo of Edinson Cavani and Nathaniel Clyne to Stamford Bridge this summer.
According to the Daily Star, the Blues chief, who secured the Premier League title for the club yesterday afternoon, is hoping to improve his squad even further this summer as they go in search of long term success.
Cavani, of course, is recognised as one of the world's best strikers, while Clyne has enjoyed a fine season at Southampton.
Liverpool interested in Son Heung-Min
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers wants to add Bayer Leverkusen ace Son Heung-Min to his squad this summer, according to The Sun.
The Reds, who have endured a tricky campaign, look set to splash the cash in the next window, and it appears that the Merseyside outfit could swoop for the attacking midfielder.
At just 22-years-old, the midfield star would no doubt prove quite the coup for the club as they go in search of long term glory.