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%first_paragraph Manchester City hotshot Sergio Aguero says he's happy to remain at the Etihad, despite Real Madrid's interest, while Liverpool are preparing to call City's bluff over their 'final' �40million bid for Raheem Sterling
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8:55 am Morning all Good morning folks, how are we all doing?

Welcome to another day of transfer window fun, as we guide you through all the latest news, gossip, rumours and - if we're lucky - done deals. The most notable is Petr Cech, trading Chelsea for Arsenal, in defiance of Blues boss Jose Mourinho who wanted him to head abroad. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is closing in on Petr Cech, after vowing that the keeper WILL be his No.

England whizkids Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane are treading very different paths, the former wanting away from Anfield and on Man City's radar while the latter is committed to Spurs. Abroad, Mario Mandzukic is likely to start the striker merry-go round, as he heads to Champions League finalists Juventus. We're still awaiting that first blockbuster transfer of the summer, but there are some things which are getting closer to fruition.

That will send Carlos Tevez to Boca Juniors - unless Atletico Madrid or PSG can persuade him otherwise. Harry Kane will also be staying in North London next season, having committed his future to Tottenham despite Manchester United's interest. Gunners manager Arsene Wenger is confident of completing the deal, with the two clubs are understood to be close to an agreement which could be rubber-stamped within the next couple of days.

The keeper is believed to have wanted ­guarantees he will be Arsenal�s new No1 if he joins them. Thumbs up: Stick with Mirror Sport for all the latest
9:01 am John Cross Cech mate Petr Cech is homing in on a �10million move to Arsenal - in defiance of his Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho. Wenger has agreed to the demand, and that almost certainly spells the end for Colombia World Cup keeper David Ospina after just one season with the Londoners.

More here Getty Cech will go against Mourinho's wishes
9:03 am David Anderson Aguero: I can achieve my dreams as City Sergio Aguero says he will snub Real Madrid because he can fulfil his Champions League dreams with current club Manchester City. But striker Aguero, the Premier League's top scorer last season, has said: �The only reason a player should leave a club is to achieve things, and I can achieve all I want to at City.

The 27-year-old, currently on Copa America duty in Chile, agreed a five-year deal worth �200,000-a-week last August and insists he is happy at the Etihad. We've got all the latest from these shores and beyond today, so don't go anywhere - You never know what you might miss. More from El Kun here
MARTIN BERNETTI/AFP/Getty Images Aguero is currently at the Copa America shining for Argentina
9:13 am Alex Richards King Kane staying put too Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has declared himself 'flattered' to be linked with a summer switch to Manchester United - but says he is happy at White Hart Lane.

Real are tracking Aguero and their president Florentino Perez would love to take the Argentinian, who used to play for city rivals Atletico, back to Spain as their next Galactico. Blues legend Cech, 33, has been granted his wish of a move across London, despiteMourinho�s public reluctance to see him join one of his Premier League champions' direct title rivals.

"I am happy at Spurs and I look forward to the future with Spurs," he said. It is flattering for other clubs to maybe be interested. His dream is to win the Champions League - and he believes he can do that with the Blues. The PFA Young Player of the Year has been mooted as a �40million transfer target for United boss Louis van Gaal this summer, following his impressive 2014-15 campaign.

Getty The England striker says he's staying at White Hart Lane
9:23 am David Maddock Liverpool ready to call City's bluff over Sterling Liverpool are ready to call Manchester City�s bluff on their claim they have made a final offer Forbrukslån for studenter Raheem Sterling.
"That is the way people have to see it. The Reds rejected that bid - worth �40million - for young England star Sterling this week, and now they will make clear they expect that to be the end of the matter, as it was supposed to be a take it or leave it deal.

"Tottenham are one of the big clubs. The 21-year-old forward, who scored 31 times in his breakthrough campaign last term, says he fully intends to stay at the north London club this summer, hailing Spurs as one of England's "big clubs". if the Blues were telling the truth that they would walk away if that improved offer was refused.

And their message to deposed Premier League champions City couldn�t be simpler: Shut up OR pay up. The Reds have to pay 20 per cent of any fee they receive for Sterling to his first club, Queens Park Rangers.

It puts the ball firmly in the opposition court, with the Mancunians unable to proceed unless they return with a new offer which gets close to Liverpool�s valuation of the winger. Video loading Watch next Watch this video again Watch Next And that means they will not entertain any figure below �50million. "I have seen there is interest but that's all I know.

Liverpool�s American owners are sick of the circus that has sprung up around the talented 20-year-old. They are hoping that by bluntly telling City their 'final' bid is the end of the matter it will quieten the noise around the situation.%

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