1pm Transfer Talk Update: Nani, Cesc Fabregas, Gary Hooper

1pm Transfer Talk Update: Nani, Fabregas, Hooper
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Sports Mole looks over the latest news and gossip from the summer transfer window.

With the summer transfer window wide open, Sports Mole looks at the latest news and gossip.

Tuesday afternoon's headlines:

Report: Nani to remain at Manchester United
A report claims that Manchester United winger Nani will remain with the Premier League champions this summer.

Tito Vilanova: 'Cesc Fabregas wants to stay'
Barcelona boss Tito Vilanova quells suggestions that Cesc Fabregas could depart the Camp Nou this summer.

Harry Redknapp: 'Queens Park Rangers not close to Gary Hooper deal'
QPR boss Harry Redknapp claims that the club is not close to signing Celtic striker Gary Hooper.

Hull City 'want Sunderland's Danny Graham on season-long loan'
Hull City reportedly approach Sunderland over signing striker Danny Graham on a season-long loan.

Steven Gerrard wants more Liverpool signings
Steven Gerrard says that Liverpool are a few signings away from an exciting season at Anfield.

Gary Cahill ignoring Chelsea transfer rumours
Gary Cahill says that he is focussed on playing football for Chelsea and isn't paying any attention to the transfer speculation.

Harry Redknapp: 'Julio Cesar loan deal pointless'
QPR boss Harry Redknapp claims that Julio Cesar will only be leaving the club on a permanent deal this summer.

Peter Crouch has no plans to leave Stoke City
Peter Crouch insists that he has no plans to leave Stoke City this summer, despite speculation linking him to Queens Park Rangers.

Tin Jedvaj: 'Tottenham Hotspur tried to sign me'
Tin Jedvaj claims that Tottenham Hotspur tried to sign him before he joined Roma.

Sergio Busquets signs new Barcelona deal
Spanish midfielder Sergio Busquets signs a new five-year contract with Barcelona.

Spain's Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring against Uruguay on February 6, 2013
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