Transfer rumours: Sunderland, Wolves, Spurs, Man United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs

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FORMER Sunderland boss Steve Bruce is being lined up as the new manager of Wolves after the Premier League strugglers sacked Mick McCarthy – the Sun

Meanwhile McCarthy is set to be offered the Leeds United job vacated by Simon Grayson – Daily Mail

Lille winger Eden Hazard has opted to join Spurs in the summer despite interest from Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea, although the two clubs are yet to agree a fee – France Football

Arsenal have lined up Benfica striker Rodrigo as a potential replacement for Robin van Persie if the Premier League’s top scorer leaves the Emirates Stadium. Rodrigo had a loan spell at Bolton last season – Daily Mail

Udinese are ready to cash in on goalkeeper Samir Handanovic, who was a target for Manchester United last summer before they opted to sign David de Gea – talkSPORT

Manchester United face stiff competition from CSKA Moscow and Juventus for 19-year-old Basel midfielder Granit Xhaka - talkSPORT

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich held a meeting with manager Andre Villas-Boas and the playing squad at the club’s Cobham training ground after Saturday’s loss at Everton – the Guardian

Ex-Tottenham forward Jurgen Klinsmann has played down talk of succeeding Harry Redknapp at White Hart Lane, if he becomes England manager – London Evening Standard