Hughes ‘lines up £4m bid for Wolves keeper’

Mark Hughes has pencilled in a £4m bid to take Wolves goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey to QPR, the Daily Star say.

Manager Hughes is said to be planning to table an offer for the 25-year-old if Rangers stay up and Wolves are relegated.

Hughes knows the Wales international well and is tipped to make a move for him as soon as the season ends.

Meanwhile, Manchester City are reported to be planning to re-sign Daniel Sturridge from Chelsea in the summer.

There has been speculation about Sturridge’s future for some time and the Manchester Evening News say City, who sold him to Chelsea three years ago, want to take him back to Eastlands.

David Luiz has reportedly been ruled out of Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final clash with Barcelona and is likely to miss the second leg too.

The Chelsea defender was declared doubtful for this week’s game after being carried off with a hamstring injury during the FA Cup victory over Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday.

The Sun say Luiz will definitely miss Barca’s visit to Stamford Bridge as well as this weekend’s vital league game against Arsenal – and is unlikely to be fit in time for the Blues’ trip to the Nou Camp.

And ex-Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka has reiterated his desire to see Blues star Didier Drogba join him at Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua along with former Paris St-Germain man Selim Benachour.

The Sun quote Anelka as saying: “I hope Benachour and Drogba will quickly join us.”

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