Manchester United, Man City, Liverpool, Villa and Arsenal make today’s transfer headlines

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MANCHESTER duo City and United, along with Aston Villa, Liverpool and Arsenal, have been making transfer headlines today.

Despite the transfer window having closed 10 days ago, there are still plenty stories linking players and clubs with moves.

Here is a round-up of some of the main headlines today:

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has warned Spanish clubs Barcelona and Real Madrid that striker Sergio Aguero is not for sale. Full story: Manchester Evening News

Aston Villa winger Marc Albrighton’s deal at the club will expire at the end of the season and manager Paul Lambert is planning contract talks with the 24-year-old. Full story: Birmingham Mail

Paris St-Germain defender Thiago Silva wants the French club to sign Chelsea winger Eden Hazard, 23. Full story: Metro

Manchester City will beat Manchester United and Liverpool to the signing of Porto defensive midfielder Fernando, 26, in the summer on a free transfer. Full story: Daily Star

Fulham will make a £2m move for Schalke’s Austria left-back Christian Fuchs, 27, in the summer. Full story: Daily Mirror

Dinamo Zagreb have rejected a bid from Barcelona for 17-year-old Croatian midfielder Alen Halilovic, who is also a target for Tottenham and Manchester United. Full story: Sky Sports

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has held secret talks with the agent of Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala, 22, ahead of a summer move. Full story: caughtoffside

Hull have contacted Bolton about a £3m deal to sign 25-year-old South Korea midfielder Chung Yong Lee for next season. Full story: Daily Mirror

Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina, 31, has indicated he will not be returning to Anfield at the end of his season-long loan with Italian side Napoli. Full story: Daily Mail

Arsenal right-back Bacary Sagna, 30, and Gunners keeper Lukasz Fabianski, 28, whose contracts are up at the end of the season, have rejected new deals. Full story: Daily Star




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