Wayne Rooney set to stay at Manchester United

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MANCHESTER United striker Wayne Rooney could be set for a dramatic change of heart.

Rooney is set to perform another U-turn by committing his future to the Premier League champions under new manager David Moyes – Full story: the Times (subscription required)

Bayern Munich sporting director Matthias Sammer insist the Bundesliga champions have no interest in signing Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, 27 – Full story: the Guardian

Manuel Pellegrini will take Malaga midfielder Isco, 21, with him to Manchester City if he gets the job vacated by Roberto Mancini – Full story: Metro

But Pellegrini could face a battle to keep striker Sergio Aguero, 24, who has told team-mates he wants to leave Etihad Stadium – Full story: Daily Mail

Chelsea are ready to fight Manchester City for Napoli striker Edinson Cavani, who has a £52m buyout clause in his contract with the Italian club – Full story: the Sun

Inter Milan sporting director Marco Branca has hinted that he wants to beat Tottenham to the signing of Spain forward Alvaro Negredo, 27, from Sevilla.

Full story: talkSPORT

Liverpool want Spain Under-21 international striker Cristian Tello, 21, from Barcelona as part of any exchange deal involving keeper Pepe Reina, 30 – Full story: Daily Mirror

West Bromwich Albion are chasing Anderlecht striker Dieumerci Mbokani, 27, as a replacement for on-loan Chelsea frontman Romelu Lukaku next season – Full story: Daily Mail

Aston Villa are ready to make a £4m move to sign former Essex League striker Dwight Gayle, 22, from Peterborough, who are understood to want a bigger offer – Full story: Peterborough Telegraph

Fulham have agreed a deal to sign Ghana international midfielder Derek Boateng, 29, from Ukrainian club Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk – Full story: Goal.com

Tottenham and Fulham are on standby to battle it out for Udinese-owned striker Matej Vydra, 21, if Watford fail to win promotion from the Championship – Full story: London Evening Standard

Meanwhile. it’s all quiet on the Newcastle and Sunderland fronts.