Liverpool set to splash the cash on £75m Serie A trio

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A round up of sporting headlines including news from Burnley, Manchester United, West Ham, Chelsea, Aston Villa, Liverpool, Everton and Preston North End.

DAILY MAIL: Danny Ings has flown to Spain to hold talks with David Moyes ahead of a possible move to Real Sociedad this summer. The Burnley striker is weighing up a summer move to La Liga. Also: Louis van Gaal insists that Wayne Rooney is happy playing in midfield for Manchester United but may well reinstate the England captain as a striker in future.

DAILY MIRROR: Former Real Madrid midfielder Lassana Diarra, 29, hopes West Ham will revive their interest in signing him in the summer, after Fifa blocked a move in January.

DAILY STAR: David Luiz has insisted that he did not leave Chelsea due to issues with Jose Mourinho. Meanwhile: Gus Poyet insisted he had no regrets despite fielding a weakened team following their FA Cup humiliation at Bradford.

DAILY EXPRESS: Tim Sherwood masterminded an Aston Villa turnaround with an inspired half-time teamtalk. The new Villa Park manager watched on from the stands as his side beat Leicester 2-1 after a poor first half where they once again failed to score. Meanwhile: Liverpool are hoping to complete the signing of Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic, 24, his team-mate and fellow midfielder Radja Nainggolan, 26, and Lazio forward Keita Balde Diao, 19, for a combined fee of more than £75m.

LANCASHIRE EVENING POST: The football world will have its eyes trained on a packed Deepdale tonight as Preston and Manchester United do battle in a competitive game for the first time in 43 years.

SUN: The Spanish club are also hoping to take Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata, 26, back to La Liga.

LIVERPOOL ECHO: Everton defender Phil Jagielka, 32, says the Toffees, five points clear of the relegation zone, would have swapped their healthy progress in the Europa League for a decent run in the Premier League.