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Today's football transfer news: Chelsea plan to appoint Massimiliano Allegri as their new boss this summer | Real Madrid deliberating whether to bid for Chelsea’s £100m-rated Eden Hazard | Real Sociedad want Rafael Benitez as next manager | West Ham will retain David Moyes beyond the end of the season | Man United planning to boost the atmosphere at Old Trafford | James Rodriguez will join Bayern Munich on a permanent basis | Shkodran Mustafi admits Arsenal have fallen well short of the standards they set | Gareth Barry signs new deal at West Brom | Derek McInnes plays down speculation surrounding him replacing Alan Pardew as West Brom manager

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On Apr 4, 2018
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Spanish and European Champions Real Madrid are deliberating whether to make a summer bid for Chelsea's £100m-rated forward Eden Hazard. (Evening Standard)

La Liga strugglers Real Sociedad want Newcastle United boss Rafael Benitez as their next manager. (Daily Mirror)

West Ham will retain manager David Moyes beyond the end of the season after the Scot guided the Hammers away from the relegation zone. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United plan to boost the atmosphere at Old Trafford after a complaints from boss Jose Mourinho. (Daily Mirror)

Colombia captain James Rodriguez will join Bayern Munich permanently after the German club said they will trigger a £37m purchase option on him. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea are planning to appoint Massimiliano Allegri as their new boss this summer - but only after running out of patience with former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique. (Daily Star)

Arsenal's Shkodran Mustafi has admitted the Gunners have fallen well short of the standards they set themselves at the start of the season. (Daily Star)

Former Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry has signed a new deal at West Brom. (Various)

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has played down speculation surrounding him replacing Alan Pardew as West Brom boss. (Daily Record)