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Real Madrid are set to cash in on their good relationship with Tottenham by lining up a move for Harry Kane. Madrid,cheap jerseys who bought Luka Modric and Gareth Bale from Spurs, see Kane as the figurehead of the next generation with Cristiano Ronaldo future uncertain, reports the Daily Telegraph.
The Daily Star claims that Manchester United are lining up a sensational 65 million summer bid for Chelsea Eden Hazard. The Belgium playmaker is reported to be unsettled at Stamford Bridge after a disappointing season and United are targeting him after being told they will not get Bale.
Manchester United also want to bring red hot Everton striker Romelu Lukaku to Old Trafford in the summer. Louis van Gaal side have played down rumours of a January bid for the former Chelsea man, with the Daily Mirror reporting a 40 million raid is being prepared.
The MailOnline is reporting that Chelsea made an approach for former manager Carlo Ancelotti five weeks before Jose Mourinho left his role on December. However, Ancelotti, who was fired at the end of the 2011 campaign, rejected the chance to return to Stamford Bridge.
Finally, Swansea have had a 14.1 million bid for Napoli Manolo Gabbiadini rejected, according to the Guardian.
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