Last Updated: Thu, 14 Feb 2013 11:46
Manchester City are being linked with moves for Napoli's Edinson Cavani, Roma's Erik Lamela and Celtic's Victor Wanyama.
The rumours about City's interest in Cavani are nothing new and it is now claimed that club officials will attempt to make financial room for the move by selling four first-team squad members.
City opened talks over a move for the Uruguayan last month and were initially put off by his £52m release clause at Napoli.
La Gazzetta dello Sport are also suggesting that City are ready to make a summer move for Roma's talented Argentine forward Lamela.
This link stems from City boss Roberto Mancini watching Roma in action at his former club Sampdoria on Sunday afternoon.
Lamela, 20, has been a revelation this season with 11 goals in 19 games, although the Giallorossi are apparently ready to listen to offers and could sell for £18million.
Celtic midfielder Wanyama was watched by City scouts on Tuesday night in his side's 3-0 home defeat by against Juventus.
Chelsea and Arsenal were also represented at the game in which the Kenyan impressed, despite playing the second half with an injured ankle.
The 21-year-old cost Celtic less than a million pounds and they are expected to cash in to the tune of £9million in the summer when he will have only 12 months left on his current deal.
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