Transfer Rumours update April 16: Karl Henry, Sunderland, Newcastle, Manchester United, Tottenham, Manchester City, Liverpool, Reading, Blackpool, Blackburn, Southampton, Aston Villa

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SUNDERLAND are said to be monitoring Wolves midfielder Karl Henry, while it’s all quiet on the Newcastle front. Manchester duo City and United, Liverpool, Reading, Tottenham, Blackpool, Blackburn, Aston Villa and Southampton are all in the news.

Sunderland are favourites to swoop for Wolves midfielder Karl Henry, who may leave Molineux in the summer – Daily Mirror

Manchester United have agreed a £20m-plus deal for Benfica’s Argentine winger Nicolas Gaitan, with Fabio da Silva and Federico Macheda moving to the Portuguese club as part of the deal – The Daily Telegraph

Luis Suarez will snub the prospect of a big-money move to French giants Paris Saint-Germain this summer after reaffirming his commitment to Liverpool – Daily Express

Carlos Tevez could still be a Manchester City player next season, according to boss Roberto Mancini. The Argentine is widely expected to leave the club, who unsuccessfully tried to offload the striker following his much-publicised dispute – Daily Star

Aston Villa’s £40,000-a-week wage cap could price boss Alex McLeish out of a move for Fulham striker Andy Johnson, who is available on a Bosman free transfer at the end of the season – Daily Mirror

Defender Ezekiel Fryers, part of Manchester United’s FA Youth Cup-winning squad last season, is being monitored by Tottenham as he will be out of contract at Old Trafford this summer – Metro

Yesterday’s Transfer Rumours

Hertha Berlin midfielder Raffael, reportedly a target for Liverpool, is also thought to be wanted by several Italian sides, including Napoli – Inside Futbol

Reading are hopeful of landing Blackpool winger Matt Phillips, while Championship title rivals Southampton want defender Scott Dann of Blackburn – the Sun

Edin Dzeko is hoping to be playing alongside Luka Modric next season, with it his opinion that Manchester City can offer ‘everything’ the Croatian craves – Sky Sports

Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Manchester United will look to send Fabio out on loan next season in an effort to find him regular football – Sky Sports

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