Here is all of Wednesday's transfer gossip and paper talk...
Everton are planning a bid to tempt Frank Lampard to Goodison Park. They are willing to offer the Chelsea midfielder a three-year deal if he agrees to remain within their pay structure, which has a maximum of £80,000 per week. (Daily Star)
LA Galaxy striker Robbie Keane wants Lampard to replace David Beckham at the Major League Soccer club. "Hopefully we can get him," said Keane. (The Sun)
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has identified Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama as a summer transfer priority and sent a scout to watch him in the Champions League on Tuesday night. (Daily Telegraph)
Newcastle will buy from France again in the summer with Saint-Etienne striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 23, and Valenciennes defender Nicolas Isimat-Mirin, 21, their targets. (Metro)
Blackburn manager Michael Appleton wants to sign the club's former winger David Bentley on loan from Tottenham. (The Sun)
Liverpool are ready to tie up a £1m deal for the goalkeeper of Danish club Viborg, Kevin Ray Mendoza Hansen, 18, if he passes a two-week trial at Anfield. (Metro)
Wolves manager Dean Saunders says he wants to bring two more loan signings to the club after signing Reading defender Kaspars Gorkss, 31. (Express and Star)
Reading defender Alex Pearce, 24, is ready to snub offers from West Brom and Sunderland to sign a new deal. (Daily Star)
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