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Chelsea are one of a number of teams 'on alert' over a potential £22 million buyout clause in the contract of Everton star Marouane Fellaini, as report the Daily Mail. A twist in the story is that it can only be triggered by a club who have qualified for the Champions League. Manchester United are also likely to be interested in the player who has recently been praised by Sir Alex Ferguson.
Chelsea are also closing on the £11 million signing of Taison from Metalist Kharkiv, despite late interest from Manchester City and Shakhtar Donetsk. The Blues have been given a deadline of Thursday to finalise the deal by his club.
Arsenal are said to be lining up an £8 million offer for Anderlecht midfielder Lucas Biglia. The defensive midfielder would be a replacement for Alex Song and likely a cheaper alternative to Yann M'Vila, who is determined to reject QPR and hold out for a better offer. Biglia is also said to be a target for Norwich City.
Wales manager John Hartson has called on Aaron Ramsey to consider a loan move away from Arsenal to gain regular football in central midfield. Ramsey has found himself playing on the wing this season and has performed only averagely.
Dutch number one goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenberg is a target for Fulham. The stopper has fallen out of favour at Roma and his agent is pushing for a move. Fulham also want Tom Huddlestone on loan from Tottenham.
Swansea striker Danny Graham is now wanted by Reading, report The Sun. Graham scored for the Swans in the FA Cup on Sunday but has been in and out of Michael Laudrup's side.
Robbie Brady could leave Manchester United on a permanent deal to sign with Hull City, where he is on loan for a second time. The winger underwent a medical at the KC yesterday and a £2 million fee has been agreed, but the Irishman is due to talk with Sir Alex Ferguson who will decide his future.
West Ham are interested in Blackburn's Martin Olsson, according to various reports. The left-back played under Sam Allardyce at Rovers and would cost around £2 million.
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