As this season’s finish line quickly approaches its time again to jump right in to a comprehensive look at domestic, continental and managerial transfers and take a look at who could be where come to big kick off in August.

Today we will start at the Emirates where Manchester City will try and lure Arsenal striker Robin van Persie.28, to the Eithad with a £250,000 a week contract.

To Goodison park now and Everton are said to be monitoring West Brom’s soon to be out of contract defender Jonas Olsson, The 29-year old is stalling on a new contract at the Midlands club. The Swedish centre back. who has been a mainstay under Roy Hodgson at the Hawthorns is said to be looking for a more ambitious club to join to aid his chances of further international appearances,

Meanwhile on the other side of the Mersey, Liverpool are lining up a bid for Aston Villa striker Darren Bent, 28, who is nearing a return to fitness.

Aston Villa defender Carlos Cuellar, 30, looks to be on his way out of Villa Park after bidding a fond farewell to fans on Twitter. With his four year contract expiring at the end of the season and no offer of a new contract in sight.

Current champions Manchester United are ready to do battle with Spurs for Crewe’s 18-year old midfielder Nick Powell. Red Devils starlet Paul Pogba has decided to leave Old Trafford in favour of a move to Serie A side and new Italian champions Juventus. Pogba’s agent delivered a letter to united chief executive David Gill informing him of the decision.

In continental news, French side Paris Saint-Germain are determined to beat Chelsea to Napoli’s Argentinian marksman Ezequiel Lavezzi, 27. Jose Moutihno insists he is not prepared to sell Gonzalo Higuain at any price and that he will be at Real next season. AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has made it clear that neither Zlatan Ibrahimovic or Thiago Silva will be leaving this summer. Ibrahimovic has looked for assurances over the club’s promises to significantly strengthen the squad thin summer.

On to managerial news now and Aston Villa fans failed to get their protest against boss Alex McLeish off the ground. Sir Alex Ferguson’s son Darren has dismissed reports linking him with a move away from current club Peterborough in favour of a move to Wolves.

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