Daily Transfer News – 05/04/17

 

Liverpool are interested in signing Real Madrid forward James Rodríguez – but he would prefer a move elsewhere. (Source: SkySports)

West Ham are interested in a loan deal for Chelsea and Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi this summer. (Source: Evening Standard)

West Ham are looking to submit a £30m bid for Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere. (Source: Evening Standard)

Zlatan Ibrahimović will reject Manchester United’s new contract offer in favour of a move to LA Galaxy this summer. (Source: FOX Sports)

Jan Oblak could join Manchester United in the summer if current keeper David de Gea moves to Real Madrid. (Source: Manchester Evening News)

Wilfried Zaha is determined to quit Crystal Palace despite the lure of a bumper new pay deal. (Source: Sun Sport)

Vodafone are close to agreeing a £20m naming rights deal for West Ham’s London Olympic Stadium. (Source: Sky News)

Manchester United are ready to trigger Anderson Talisca’s £20m release clause. (Source: Sun Sport)

Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw wants Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino to rescue him from his Old Trafford hell. (Source: Sun Sport)

Sporting CP president: “Is Carvalho going to leave for €30m? For that price I’ll send one boot without laces.” (Source: AS)

PSG have intensified their interest in signing Alexis Sanchez and hope to have talks with the striker’s agent this month. (Source: Times)

Chelsea have put an offer on the table worth £160,000-a-week for Real Madrid ace Isco. (Source: Daily Star)

Arsenal want to sell Alexis Sánchez abroad to ensure he doesn’t join Chelsea. They’ll offer him to Juventus for €35m. (Source: TMW)

Real Madrid have reached an agreement with Atlético Madrid for left-back Theo Hernández. They’ll pay his €24m buyout clause. (Source: MARCA)

Juventus are considering making a bid to sign Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matić this summer. (Source: Calciomercato)

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