Football transfer gossip (March 17): Sheffield Wednesday, Derby County, Southampton

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Roman Abramovich is still set to wield the axe this summer, with stars including striker Didier Drogba, 34, and defenders Ashley Cole and John Terry, both 31, likely to be under threat.

Full story: the Sun

Tottenham will do everything possible to bring in Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho as manager if Harry Redknapp takes the England job.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Italian giants Juventus have set aside a £30m transfer war-chest to acquire a world-class striker, with Liverpool’s Luis Suarez, 25, and Arsenal’s Robin van Persie, 28, topping their wanted list.

Full story: Metro

Manchester United will offer around £19.1m to Ajax for their young Denmark stars, 20-year-old attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen and 17-year-old forward Viktor Fischer.

Full story: Caughtoffside

Fulham manager Martin Jol has ruled out any chance of making a move for Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov, 31, because he believes he will only leave for another top side.

Full story: talkSPORT

Sheffield Wednesday want former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler, 36, to spearhead their League One promotion push.

Full story: Daily Mail

Alessandro del Piero’s agent says the 37-year-old striker could be set for a summer move away from Juventus, with Arsenal reportedly interested.

Full story: Sky Sports

Manchester United face a battle with Bayern Munich and mega-rich Russian club Anzhi to land 23-year-old Brazilian defender Dede from Vasco da Gama.

Full story: talkSPORT

Tottenham are ready to meet a reported £35m buyout clause to sign Lille’s 21-year-old playmaker Eden Hazard and help their bid to stay in the top four over the coming seasons.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Southampton and Derby County are tracking Everton striker Conor McAleny, 19, who is available on a free transfer at the end of the season after failing to agree new terms with the Merseysiders.

Full story: Daily Mail

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