Football transfer rumours and news: Wednesday, June 20

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Newcastle, Sunderland, Manchester United, Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City all make the headlines today

Clubs wary of Newcastle transfer policy – Shields Gazette

Two South American clubs are battling for the services of Sunderland’s unwanted Argentine international Marcos Angeleri – Sunderland Echo

Manchester United are set to reward Rafael da Silva, 21, with a new contract in a bid to fend off interest from Premier League rivals Chelsea – Metro

Malaga are interested in signing Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov, 31, after it was revealed he would be leaving the club this summer – Daily Mail

Croatia striker Mario Mandzukic, 26, has told Everton they will have to wait until the end of Euro 2012 before he sorts out his future – talkSPORT

Manchester City will have to pay up to £30m to land Athletic Bilbao striker Fernando Llorente, 27, this summer – The Sun

Manchester United youngster Zeki Fryers, 19, could be set to leave Old Trafford, with Tottenham, Newcastle and Burnley all interested in the left-back – Manchester Evening News

Reading are willing to smash their wage structure to land Pavel Pogrebnyak, 28. The Royals have offered the Russia striker a £13m deal – The Sun

Benfica are ready to reignite their interest in Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner, 24, after he starred for Denmark against Portugal – talkSPORT

Chelsea are planning a £10m move for Wigan winger Victor Moses, 21 – Daily Mirror

Manchester United are lining up Porto winger James Rodriguez, 20, as a potential replacement for Nani – Daily Mirror

Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala are keen on signing Liverpool’s Slovakia defender Martin Skrtel, 27 – Daily Mail

QPR manager Mark Hughes is considering replacing bad-boy midfielder Joey Barton, 29, with Stephen Ireland, 25 – The Sun

Blackburn striker Yakubu, 29, is in talks over a big-money move to Chinese Super League champions Guangzhou – The Sun