Football transfer rumours and news: Wednesday, March 21

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ARSENAL, Manchester United and Chelsea are among the clubs making the news today.

Blackburn remain hopeful of signing former Liverpool, Barcelona, Sunderland and Chelsea midfielder Bolo Zenden – Daily Mirror

Robin van Persie can terminate his contract this summer under Fifa transfer regulations that would deny Arsenal a transfer fee for their prize asset –

Tottenham, Manchester United and Chelsea are expected to monitor Juventus winger Milos Krasic, who is thought to be ready to leave the club at the end of the season – talkSPORT

Cameron Jerome is still hoping to earn a regular role at Stoke, but admits the time will come when he is forced to look elsewhere for games – Sky Sports

But Chelsea striker Fernando Torres could be set for a move to Italy, as Juve are thought to have made enquiries about the Spanish striker’s availability – Metro

Brazilian prodigy Neymar is expected to reject all offers from the Premier League to join Barcelona in 2014 – talkSPORT

Norwich’s Russell Martin insists speculation regarding himself, Andrew Surman, Anthony Pilkington and Grant Holt will not result in a mass exodus at Carrow Road – Daily Press

Burnley are favourites to sign former Chelsea midfielder Jacob Mellis ahead of rival Championship clubs – Sky Sports

Bournemouth are lining up a bid to sign Burnley forward Zavon Hines on loan before Thursday’s deadline – Sky Sports

Arsenal are set to swoop for Toulouse centre-back Aymen Abdennour – The Sun

Aston Villa midfielder Charles N’Zogbia has dismissed reports of disagreements with manager Alex McLeish and insists he is happy at the club – talkSPORT

Arsenal have reportedly been linked with a summer move for Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio – footylatest