Gossip column: Ozil, Sagna, Schneiderlin, Azpilicueta & Moyes
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Barcelona are set to make a £30m bid for Mesut Ozil this summer, a year after Arsenal paid Real Madrid £42m for the German midfielder.
Arsenal full-back Bacary Sagna, 31, will leave the Gunners when his contract expires this summer and is seeking a move to either Manchester United or Manchester City.
Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, 24, says he would never force a transfer away from the club following rumoured interest from Manchester United and Arsenal.
Napoli defender Pablo Armero, 27, is hoping that his performances on loan at West Ham since January will have persuaded manager Sam Allardyce to sign him on a permanent basis this summer.
Forward Gerard Deulofeu, 20, could be set to extend his loan stay at Everton from Barcelona for another season following an impressive spell at Goodison Park.
Chelsea are set to reward Cesar Azpilicueta, 24, for a good season with a new £70,000 a week contract, despite the club's interest in signing fellow left-back Luke Shaw, 18, from Southampton as a possible replacement for Ashley Cole.
However, the Blues are also said to be looking at Sevilla's Alberto Moreno, 21, as a successor to Cole.
MANCHESTER UNITED GOSSIP
David Moyes is said to feel let down by Sir Alex Ferguson, who he thinks failed to support him enough in the latter stages of his tenure at Old Trafford.
But Ferguson has told a charity lunch he was unhappy with the way the club handled the dismissal of his successor.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has emerged as a contender for the post of United manager.
Roberto Martinez has dismissed talk linking him with the vacant post at Old Trafford following his successful season in charge at Everton.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert insists he will not buckle under pressure despite his side's struggles in the Premier League this season.
A disgruntled Manchester United fan who had the words "Moyes out" tattooed on his backside has had the body art updated with the addition of "Job complete" following the sacking of David Moyes.
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