Belgian strikers wanted by Liverpool and Arsenal while Chelsea’s Torres could be Italy bound

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THE Belgians are coming ... Two Belgian stars could be on their way to the Premier League after being linked with moves to Arsenal and Liverpool.

Standard Liege striker Michy Batshuayi, 20, says he would prefer to join Arsenal in the summer. He has also been linked to Everton – Full story: Daily Express

Liverpool have set their sights on PSV forward Zakaria Bakkali, 18, but the Belgian youngster has been linked with a move to Arsenal – Full story: Daily Express

Inter Milan’s sporting director Piero Ausilio was at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night to watch Chelsea striker Fernando Torres, 29, in action against Galatasaray – Full story: Daily Mail

Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin, 27, will kill off any potential move to Chelsea by signing a new deal with the Serie A club – Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester United are interested in 16-year-old FC Zurich forward Dimitri Oberlin, who is also a target for Udinese – Full story: Inside Futbol

Stoke and Cardiff want 26-year-old Hannover striker Mame Biram Diouf, formerly of Manchester United, when his contract ends in the summer – Full story: Talksport

Manchester United midfielder Joe Rothwell, 19, is joining League Two promotion chasers Fleetwood on loan – Full story: Daily Star


Tottenham are interested in hiring Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino if they sack Tim Sherwood – Full story: Talksport

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has tipped Galatasaray striker Didier Drogba, 36, to return to Stamford Bridge in the future as a possible coach – Full story: Metro

Drogba says he would have extended his stay at Chelsea if he and the club had agreed contract terms in 2012 – Full story: Daily Star

Everton plan to offer a new contract to right-back Seamus Coleman, 25, to block transfer interest from Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City – Full story: Daily Mirror

Coleman’s fellow Republic of Ireland international James McCarthy, 23, and defender John Stones, 19, will also be offered new deals by the Goodison Park club.

Full story: Daily Mail

Manchester United supporters blame former boss Sir Alex Ferguson for the club’s current predicament under successor David Moyes.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Liverpool coach Mike Marsh has played down any Premier League title talk and says a Champions League spot is still the target for the Reds this season.

Full story: Liverpool Echo

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, 22, is still wearing a protective boot two weeks after breaking his foot while on England duty against Denmark.

Full story: Daily Mail