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    Football Transfers: Latest news and rumours on Sunday

    IBNLive Sports gives you Sunday's round-up of all the latest transfer news and gossip from the leading clubs and top players around the world.

    Jose Mourinho wants Drogba back at Chelsea

    According to a report in The Daily Mirror, former Chelsea star Didier Drogba visited Chelsea's Cobham training ground last Monday and spoke to Mourinho. Read more

    Chelsea bid for Tottenham's Kyle Walker

    The 23-year-old Kyle Walker is being targeted by EPL club believing he can play a crucial role at right-back for the Blues. Read more

    Brazilian Bruno Cortez joins Benfica on loan

    Benfica have signed Brazilian left-back Bruno Cortez on a season-long loan deal, the Portuguese top-flight club has confirmed. Read more

    Retirement not on Javier Zanetti's mind

    Inter Milan captain Javier Zanetti has revealed that he is recovering well from his achilles surgery and has never pondered retirement. Read more

    Wenger keeps Krul in reserve if Cesar backtracks

    Arsenal are keeping an eye on Tim Krul if Julio Cesar decides to join Napoli. Arsene Wenger wants to rope in another keeper to provide competition to Wojciech Szczesny, 23, and Lukasz Fabianski, 28. Read more

    Michael Laudrup looking for a new striker

    English Premier League club Swansea's manager Michael Laudrup has admitted that he is eyeing one more summer signing. Read more

    Manchester City targeting Fiorentina's Stevan Jovetic

    According to a report in The Sun, English Premier League club Manchester City are going to sign Serie A side Fiorentina's striker Stevan Jovetic. Read more

    United in danger of losing out on Baines

    Everton defender Leighton Baines's move to Manchester United might be in jeopardy if David Moyes fails to meet the asking price set for the 28-year-old. Read more

    Norwich sign midfielder Leroy Fer from FC Twente

    Norwich have signed Netherlands midfielder Leroy Fer from Dutch club FC Twente on a four-year deal. Read more

    Moyes will be content with quarter of Ferguson's success

    David Moyes would consider it a job well done if he could achieve a quarter of predecessor Alex Ferguson's success at Manchester United, after the Scot began his reign at the club with a disappointing 1-0 loss in Bangkok on Saturday. Read more