Here are the transfer stories making the headlines this morning...
Cologne's striker Lukas Podolski, 26, will join Arsenal for just under £10m in the summer, according to reports in Germany. (Metro)
Roberto Di Matteo has been asked to help plan Chelsea's preparations for next season, having fought is way into contention for getting the manager's job on a full-time basis. (Daily Express)
Tottenham are unlikely to make Emmanuel Adebayor's loan move to White Hart Lane a permanent transfer after the striker reportedly had a frank exchange of views about his indifferent form with boss Harry Redknapp. (Daily Mirror)
The Premier League remains adamant that the pre-match handshake between the players of Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers will go on Sunday even if Anton Ferdinand does not want to shake John Terry's hand. (Daily Telegraph)
Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck is expected to sign a new contract at the end of the season, worth £45,000 per week. (Metro)
Everton boss David Moyes has urged the club to provide him with transfer funds to avoid falling further behind the big clubs in the Premier League. (The Sun)
Tottenham's newly crowned PFA Young Player of the Year Kyle Walker says the team can still qualify for the Champions League despite their poor recent run. "We just have to finish stronger these last four games, get maximum points, and hopefully the season will fix itself. We can do it," he says. (Daily Telegraph)
Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey insists the club's relegation from the top flight will not lead to the sale of their best players. (Express and Star)
Terry Connor is in the running to be Wolves' next manager despite taking the club down to the Championship. (Daily Express)
In Australia, Brisbane Roar clinched a dramatic second successive A-League title at the expense of Perth Glory thanks to what has been described as one of the worst penalty decisions ever made. (Metro)
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