Here's the latest gossip from the papers and online...
Chelsea are planning an £80m bid to snap up Real Madrid pair Cristiano Ronaldo and Gonzalo Higuain. Owner Roman Abramovich is also considering an £58.5m move for Napoli duo Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi. (Daily Telegraph)
The Blues are ready to take on Tottenham in the race to lure the highly sought-after Eden Hazard away from French club Lille this summer, with Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City also keen on the 21-year-old Belgium international. (Metro)
Norwich manager Paul Lambert is ready to make a bid for Nottingham Forest pair Chris Gunter and Garath McCleary as he looks to build on the Canaries' impressive Premier League form next season. (Daily Mirror)
PSV Eindhoven winger Dries Mertens is set to snub interest from Liverpool and head to Bayern Munich instead. (The Sun)
England could have one of their lowest followings at a major tournament at Euro 2012 as high costs deter fans from a trip to Ukraine and Poland. (Daily Mirror)
The deal could see 33-year-old Ferdinand take a £50,000-a-week wage cut. (Daily Telegraph)
Manchester United winger Antonio Valencia hopes Carlos Tevez does not mark his return for Manchester City with a goal in the derby against his former club. (The Sun)
Everton captain Phil Neville believes his time with the Toffees will be a failure if they do not win a trophy as David Moyes's side prepare for their FA Cup quarter-final replay against Sunderland on Tuesday. (Daily Mail)
In Brazil they have found a different way to deal with players abusing match officials after a police dog bit Caxias forward Vanderlei on the leg. The striker and his team-mates harassed the assistant referee for overturning a decision to disallow a goal against them. (Metro)
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