Football transfer gossip (May 2): Watford, QPR, Doncaster Rovers

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Doncaster have slapped a £2.5m asking price on Billy Sharp, with Ipswich heading the race to sign the striker.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester United are going head to head with rivals Manchester City in a £55m summer transfer tussle over midfielders Alexis Sanchez and Wesley Sneijder. Chilean Sanchez currently plays for Udinese, while Dutchman Sneijder is an Inter Milan player.

Full story: Daily Mail

Manchester United will make a move for Manchester City goalkeeper Shay Given as they look for a replacement for current keeper Edwin van der Sar, who is set to retire at the end of the season.

Full story: caughtoffside.com

Manchester City are interested in 17-year-old Bayern Munich midfielder Christian Derflinger. Departing coach Louis van Gaal has highlighted the Austrian as one the best talents at the German club.

Full story: Daily Mail

Tottenham and Sunderland are in a £12m battle to land Lorient striker Kevin Gameiro.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Arsenal and Liverpool could be priced out of a bid for Paris St Germain centre-back Mamadou Sakho after he was rated at £20m.

Full story: Daily Mail

West Brom are planning a summer swoop for Fulham striker Andy Johnson. Baggies manager Roy Hodgson worked with the forward at Craven Cottage after paying £10m for him in August 2008.

Full story: Daily Mirror

QPR boss Neil Warnock wants to sign Rangers and Algeria World Cup centre-half Madjid Bougherra as the Loftus Road club prepare for life in the Premier League.

Full story: Daily MirroHowever, Warnock will have to resist a move from Liverpool for his captain Adel Taarabt this summer.

Full story: caughtoffside.com

Watford want £2.5m for striker Danny Graham, with their top scorer tipped to be a summer target for several clubs.

Full story: Daily Mirror

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