Football transfer gossip (July 3): Arsenal, Liverpool, West Brom

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Robin van Persie is set to hold talks with Arsenal this week after the club rejected an £8m bid from Juventus for the 28-year-old Dutchman.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester United are closing in on 25-year-old Porto midfielder Moutinho.

Full story: The Sun

West Ham have made approaches for Romelu Lukaku of Chelsea and Inter Milan’s Dejan Stankovic.

Full story: The Times (subscription required)

Tottenham are lining up a £10m bid for 22-year-old Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge.

Full story: The Metro

Arsenal are poised to make a £12m bid to sign France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, 25, but face competition from Liverpool and AC Milan.

Full story: talkSPORT

Although, according to reports in Liverpool, the Reds are not interested in the Frenchman.

Full story: Liverpool Echo

Liverpool are considering a move for Newcastle striker Demba Ba, 27, who is available for only £7m because of a clause in his contract.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Chelsea are set to bid £4m for Southampton left-back Luke Shaw. The 16-year-old came through the ranks at St Mary’s and made his first-team debut in the FA Cup at Millwall last season.

Full story: Daily Mail

Wigan are lining up a move for Marseille’s 30-year-old right-back Rod Fanni.

Full story: The Sun

Manchester United and Chelsea target Axel Witsel, 23, could be available this summer after Benfica signalled their intent to sell the Belgium international, although only for a fee in the region of £20m.

Full story: talkSPORT

Steven Naismith, 25, is ready to snub West Ham and Blackburn by signing for Everton, as he seeks a move away from Rangers.

Full story: The Sun

West Brom are closing in on Sweden international striker Markus Rosenberg, 29, on a free transfer.

Full story: Daily Star

Jimmy Armfield, pictured in December 1993, has died.

Former Leeds United manager and World Cup winner Jimmy Armfield, dies