Afternoon Report: May 24

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Arsenal have agreed terms with Swansea's Ashley Williams, according to

The website reports that Williams has agreed a three-year deal worth £60,000-per-week with the Gunners.

Romelu Lukaku has revealed he hopes to join Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund on loan next season.

The Belgian forward spent this season on loan with West Brom.

Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano has warned Manchester United his side are catching up with the Red Devils fast.

The former Barcelona chief also defended the decision to let manager Roberto Mancini go.

David de Gea says he is hopeful that Wayne Rooney will stay at Manchester United.

Rooney has been tipped to leave Old Trafford this summer, but De Gea insists the striker is happy and described him as an 'important player'.

Marcel Desailly says Gareth Bale should consider leaving Tottenham this summer.

The former Chelsea defender believes the Welshman should make the move to a bigger club as soon as he can.

And finally, Neymar has told his club Santos that he wants to join Barcelona this summer as negotiations between the two teams continue.

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