Liverpool have made the first move in an expected summer battle to sign Loic Remy from QPR, according to the Sunday People.
The France striker joined Rangers from Marseille in January on the understanding that it would put him in the shop window.
His departure from Loftus Road is almost certain and it is claimed Liverpool have made it clear they will be tabling a bid.
Arsenal are said to be interested along with Newcastle, who missed out on Remy when he joined QPR after holding talks with both clubs. Tottenham have also been linked with him.
The People also say Arsenal want R’s keeper Julio Cesar and that forward Jamie Mackie is a target for newly promoted Cardiff City.
Meanwhile, Fulham are considering a summer move for Manchester United keeper Anders Lindegaard, again according to the People.
West Ham are also said to be interested in the Dane, who is expected to leave Old Trafford at the end of the season.
A number of keepers have recently been linked with Fulham amid doubts over the futures of Mark Schwarzer and David Stockdale.
The Sunday Telegraph suggest Malaga’s Manuel Pellegrini remains the favourite for the Chelsea job and again speculate about the future of former Blues boss Jose Mourinho, who is expected to leave Real Madrid.
And the Mail on Sunday report that Rafael Benitez is confident he will make an immediate return to management when his spell in interim charge at Chelsea comes to an end.
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