A round up of the transfer news, rumours and gossip from Tuesdays papers!

Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumours, Gossip and speculation from all today’s newspapers

Inter Milan have lined up a summer move for Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko, whose current contract at the Etihad expires in 2015. (Daily Mirror)

Fulham manager Felix Magath is thinking of re-signing midfielder Mahamadou Diarra. (Daily Mirror)

Dutch defender Jos Hooiveld is ready to quit Southampton at the end of the season after failing to hold down a regular Premier League place. (Daily Mirror)

Samir Nasri claims Manchester City are not scared of Chelsea in the title race and is confident his side will overhaul the current Premier League leaders. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United manager David Moyes has reportedly identified PSV defender Santiago Arias for a summer switch to Old Trafford, after cooling his interest in Everton’s highly-regarded Seamus Coleman. (Daily Mirror)

Adam Lallana claims the four Southampton players in the England squad is testament to how far the club has come in recent years. (Daily Mirror)

Alan Pardew is set to be exiled from any match-day involvement with his Newcastle players for the rest of the season. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain hopes to earn a place on Roy Hodgson’s plane to Brazil – and insists he has learned a lesson from his last visit to Rio. (The Sun)

Southampton captain Adam Lallana reckons defender Luke Shaw will be an England regular for years to come. (The Sun)

Striker Sergio Aguero has hailed Manuel Pellegrini as the mastermind behind Manchester City’s silverware assault. (Daily Star)

England Under-21s boss Gareth Southgate has vowed to put an arm around Ravel Morrison’s shoulder after his West Ham snub. (Daily Star)

Ex-Man United forward Andy Cole has backed Shinji Kagawa to return to the squad stronger then ever, but will always face fighting for his place in the team. (Daily Star)

Cardiff City face a Premier League investigation after owner Vincent Tan offered his players a £3.7million bonus before Sunday’s defeat by Tottenham. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City forward Samir Nasri has claimed that powerhouse midfielder Yaya Toure would receive more acclaim if he wasn’t from Africa. (Daily Mail)

Stoke have released a statement saying they are ‘surprised and disappointed’ by the news that the FA have charged Charlie Adam with violent conduct after television cameras caught him stamping on Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud. (Daily Mail)

The seriousness of Alan Pardew’s headbutt was highlighted by the FA when they declared that the offence was a ‘non-standard’ case. (Daily Mail)

Arsenal and Manchester United have been handed a boost in the race to sign Remy Cabella as Montpellier admit they won’t sell to Newcastle. (Daily Express)

Magpies boss Alan Pardew escaped criminal charges yesterday for head butting Hull City’s David Meyler, but was charged by the FA with improper conduct. (Daily Express)

Skipper John O’Shea insists his Sunderland team-mates should take heart in the “perfect” first half display they delivered against Manchester City in the Capital One Cup final. (Daily Express)

Artificial pitches are on their way back to high-level English football for the first time in 20 years after a ground-breaking meeting of the FA board unanimously agreed to embrace the new technology. (Daily Express)


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