Football transfer gossip (May 5): Aston Villa, Liverpool, Chelsea

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Manchester United and Birmingham City target Maxi Lopez could be heading to the Premier League this summer from Italian side Catania.

Full story: talkSPORT

Arsenal and Tottenham have been put on red alert after reports in France claimed coveted striker Gervinho has rejected a new deal at Lille.

Full story: talkSPORT

Chelsea are bracing themselves for a £25m bid from AC Milan for midfielder Michael Essien.

Full story: Metro

Sunderland and West Brom are locked in a battle to sign Sporting Lisbon midfielder Simon Vukcevic.

Full story: talkSPORT

AC Milan will make an £18m bid to entice Michael Essien from Chelsea this summer and could also offer a player part-exchange.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Atletico Madrid striker Sergio Aguero, who has been linked with Chelsea and Tottenham, has opened the door to a move to the Premier League.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Aston Villa, Blackburn and Sunderland have approached West Ham about striker Demba Ba.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez and Chelsea frontman Didier Drogba could be swapping clubs this summer, according to reports.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Liverpool are lining up a bid for Wigan midfielder James McCarthy, having failed to sign him from Hamilton two years ago.

Full story: Daily Mail

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew hopes to lure Ipswich’s in-demand teenager Connor Wickham to St James’ Park, having worked with him previously at Reading.

Full story: Daily Mail

Blackburn’s highly rated 19-year-old defender Phil Jones has given a hint where his future may lie by saying “Arsenal play the prettiest football in the Premier League”.

Full story: the Independent

Aston Villa midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker could leave for free in the summer after his agent revealed there had been no talks over a new contract with the Midlands club since November.

Full story: the Sun

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