Transfer Rumours: June 19 - Newcastle, Man United, Chelsea, Man City, Arsenal, Liverpool, QPR, Villa, Blackburn, Bolton

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NEWCASTLE United are being linked with a move for a Manchester United youngster, while Sunderland loan man Nicklas Bendtner could be on his way to Portugal.

LThe Magpies face competition from Tottenham and Burnley in the chase for left-back Zeki Fryers, 19, who could be set to leave Old Trafford. (Manchester Evening News)

And Benfica are ready to reignite their interest in Arsenal striker Bendtner, 24, after he starred for Denmark against Portugal. (Talksport)

Elsewhere, QPR manager Mark Hughes is considering replacing his former Newcastle bad-boy midfielder Joey Barton, 29, with Aston Villa’s Stephen Ireland, 25, who had a loan spell at St James’s’ Park. (The Sun)

Manchester United are set to reward Rafael da Silva, 21, with a new contract in a bid to fend off interest from Premier League rivals Chelsea. (Metro)

Malaga are interested in signing Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov, 31, after it was revealed he would be leaving the club this summer. (Daily Mail)

Croatia striker Mario Mandzukic, 26, has told Everton they will have to wait until the end of Euro 2012 before he sorts out his future. (Talksport)

Manchester City will have to pay up to £30m to land Athletic Bilbao striker Fernando Llorente, 27, this summer. (The Sun)

Reading are willing to smash their wage structure to land Pavel Pogrebnyak, 28. The Royals have offered the Russia striker a £13m deal. (The Sun)

Chelsea are planning a £10m move for Wigan winger Victor Moses, 21. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United are lining up Porto winger James Rodriguez, 20, as a potential replacement for Nani. (Mirror)

Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala are keen on signing Liverpool’s Slovakia defender Martin Skrtel, 27. (Mail)

Blackburn striker Yakubu, 29, is in talks over a big-money move to Chinese Super League champions Guangzhou. (The Sun)

Bolton defender Zat Knight, 32, is set to sign a new contract at the Reebok Stadium despite their relegation from the Premier League. (Bolton News)

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