Liverpool's midfielder, who is affiliated with Manchester United, suffers a double strike and Man City plan for the future

The latest big transfer stories of our colleagues at the gossip columns "Mirror" and "Daily Star".

Guardiola speaks in midfield

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has confirmed that he has set a shortlist of potential targets to replace one of his key players.

Fernandinho was an important component of Guardiola's team - and they lost the only two games he missed this season.

The struggling defensive midfielder, however, turns 34 in May, and Guardiola admits that they have worked hard to find potential substitutes for the Brazilian.

"We are looking for this position," he said. "We took a look at it."

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Ferguson revives Lallana rumors

England international Adam Lallana has signed the pecking order in Anfield.

This led to connections with a temporary move to Rangers to reunite with Reds legend Steven Gerrard, although Gerrard has recently denied these rumors.

However, Gers legend Barry Ferguson has backed the club to complete the impressive coup of Lallana.

He said on PLZ Soccer, "See if there were six six weeks ago?

"I know Defoe was mentioned and obviously Davis, those two signatures have happened, and now I'm starting to believe Adam Lallana.

"I think he is a top player. If the Rangers get it, they have an even better chance of claiming the title of Celtic.

"But he is a top player. If the Rangers can do that, I'll have to give them a handshake. "

Arsenal faces Rodriguez's competition

Arsenal was able to face up to James Rodriguez in his bid after being linked to Serie A by a shock train.

According to Corriere dello Sport could Rodriguez in Napoli ally with former boss Carlo Ancelotti ally, as he is thinking about an early exit from the credit at Bayern Munich.

The Colombian enjoyed his best season at Real Madrid under Ancelotti and the experienced Italian is a well-known admirer of the attacking midfielder.

Fulham doubted Cahill's movement

Claudio Ranieri has admitted for the first time that Fulham's offer to Gary Cahill is in trouble.

The whites have been trying to sign the center-back in the last three weeks.

Chelsea does not stand in his way, but the 33-year-old's willingness to join the fight for the survival of the Premier League has been called into question.

Ranieri said, "Gary is a very important player and for us it would be fantastic.

"But I do not know if he wants to fight with us."

Palace to thwart Wan-Bissaka's interest

Crystal Palace will defend against Manchester United for their right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Mirror Sport revealed this week that United wants to attract the highly valued 21-year-old Old Trafford.

It is also said that Manchester City and Chelsea are interested in the full-back, who signed a new deal in Selhurst Park just last April.

But Palace is in no mood to let Wan-Bissaka go, and the Evening Standard says they will fight all the way to keeping him in southern London.

Fellaini transfer from

Marouane Fellaini was incapacitated for up to four weeks - he was expelled from Manchester United in January.

United was ready to hear offers for Fellaini, who played only 31 minutes in seven games under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

AC Milan and Porto were relegated to the 31-year-old, but a calf injury has left the midfielder out of action for up to a month, leaving the Belgian international at United.

"Fellaini is the long-term one out," said Solskjaer.