Here are the latest transfer rumours from the papers and beyond...
Juventus winger Milos Krasic, 27, could be off to Chelsea in the summer after his agent admitted there is a mutual admiration between his client and the Blues. (Metro)
Arsenal are ready to fight London rivals Chelsea for £30m-rated Lille winger Eden Hazard, 21. (The Sun)
Newcastle striker Demba Ba, 26, has no plans to quit the north-east despite the release clause in his contract which could see him move on this summer. (Daily Star)
Chelsea will start the rebuilding of their squad in the summer by completing a deal for 23-year-old Shakhtar Donetsk winger Willian. (London Evening Standard)
Arsenal are eyeing a move for Daniel Sturridge, 22. The Chelsea striker is believed to be unhappy with his wide role at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City have joined Manchester United in pursuit of 23-year-old Benfica winger Nicolas Gaitan. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea are believed to have signed 15-year-old Denmark Under-17 defender Andrea Christensen from Brondby on a free transfer. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea are lining up a bid for Atletico Madrid's Colombian striker Falcao - and could offer the Spanish club Fernando Torres as part of the deal. (Daily Star)
Blackburn could get just £675,000 compensation for 21-year-old winger Junior Hoilett in the summer if Bayern Munich follow up their interest and sign him. (Daily Mirror)
Striker Mario Balotelli, 21, has handed Manchester City a boost by hinting he plans to stay put for at least a further 18 months. (The Sun)
Sir Alex Ferguson is poised to make Javier Hernandez, 23, a key man in the champions' title run-in after his goalscoring display against Chelsea on Sunday. (Manchester Evening News)
Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra will be expected to shake hands before Saturday's game between Manchester United and Liverpool after the Premier League confirmed they would not dispense with the pre-match ritual. (Daily Express)
The Swansea City squad will head for warm-weather training in their 15-day break from first-team games in a bid to enhance their Premier League survival bid. (South Wales Evening Post)
Plymouth Argyle have vowed to ban supporters found guilty of using racist language after one person was arrested at the home game against Southend United last weekend. (Plymouth Herald)
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