Well after all the despair and ecstasy of yesterdays Premier League action and the excitement of the FA Cup final, congratulations to Chelsea who were worthy winners, its time again to delve into another edition of Transfer rumour’s and gossip. So buckle up as we take you around the grounds and on to the continent.

We will start today with what might be this summers epic transfer saga involving yet another Spurs player. This time it is the turn of Gareth Bale who is not bound for the Etihad Stadium says City manager Roberto Mancini. “Bale is a fantastic player” said the City boss. “But I don’t think he will leave a big team like Tottenham”.
Fulham boss Martin Jol has shrugged off Liverpool’s interest in his 29-year old American striker Clint Dempsey. “I am not bothered about it” he declared.
Everton are not prepared to let any stars leave Goodison park at the end of the campaign, despite interest from Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United in Marouane Fellainin and Leighton Baines.
Newcastle and Tottenham are interested in the services of German international defender Serdar Tasci, 25. However they face stiff competition from rival suitors Roma and Juventus. Elsewhere at White Hart Lane manager Harry Redknapp admits that he still has not been offered a new contract, despite having only one year of his current deal remaining. Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers and Wigan’s Roberto Martinez are being linked with the role. The Tottenham boss has also warned the club that they should not even entertain selling Croatian schemer Luka Modric. The silky skilled midfielder was the subject of a bid from Chelsea last summer, while Manchester City are the latest club to be linked with his services.
On-loan Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson admits it will feel odd if he has to return to Germany in the summer. “its difficult to say if I miss Hoffenheim. I have friends there but I wasn’t playing, was hardly ever really happy. I just want to play football, but I was training, sitting on the bench, training again. Every week.”
Meanwhile on the continent Hoffenheim are making more headlines. They plan to raid Championship side Crystal palace for highly-rated youngster Wilfried Zaha. They hope the £4m rated 19-year old winger might be tempted by a move to the Bundesliga big time. They have already succeeded in luring FC Basel’s left-sided attacker Valentin Stocker, 23, to Germany, despite interest from Martin O’Neill’s Sunderland.
To South America now and Santos president Alvaro de Oliveira Ribeiro has advised Neymar against playing under Jose Mourinho in the future. Mourinho’s real Madrid have been one of Neymar’s most consistent suitors and the Portuguese tactician was desperate for the Brazil striker to join the Spanish giants last summer.
Good news for Gunners fans as Arsenal striker and captain Robin van Persie has revealed he will open talks over a new deal with the club during the summer. “We haven’t set a date but I will have a meeting with the boss like we did before now. We will be having a meeting about my future and lots of other things” he said.  Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says France defender Bcary Sagna will miss the European Championships after breaking a leg in yesterdays game with Norwich.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson and his assistant Mike Phelan as well as Everton boss David Moyes were in attendance to watch Crewe Alexandar teenager Nick Powell play against Aldershot Town on Saturday. Sir Alex also said that Darren Fletcher is aiming for a pre-season return to football.
Boris Johnson’s re-election as London Mayor may have dealt the first blow to Chelsea’s hopes of transforming Battersea Power Station into their new home.
Claudio Ranieri is the bookies new 1/2 favourite to be Roy Hodgson’s successor at West Brom following significant backing for the Italian.
Rangers boss Ally McCoist has received no assurances over his position from potential new owner Bill Miller.
Be sure to check back tomorrow for more news and possible transfers. Make sure and tell all your friends to stop by for a look.
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