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Aston Villa have ‘no intention’ of selling Danny Ings, report Sky Sports News.

The 29-year-old striker has been linked with a move to both Manchester United and Leeds United since the end of the season.

However, Steven Gerrard has dismissed the rumours, and indicated that Ings remains an integral part of his squad.

Meanwhile, Robert Lewandowski is poised to put pen to paper on a £175,000-per-week deal at Barcelona.

According to Mundo Deportivo, the 33-year-old will sign a three-year contract with the Catalans worth £27m.

Paris Saint-Germain had threatened to hijack the deal at the eleventh hour, but the Polish superstar is said to be loyal to the LaLiga giants.

Elsewhere, Premier League newcomers Bournemouth have contacted Liverpool about the possibility of taking Nat Phillips on loan for a second successive season.

The south coast outfit brought in the centre-back back in January, and he ended up playing a key role as the Cherries finished second in the Championship behind Fulham.

And now Scott Parker wants the 25-year-old to return to the Vitality to help them secure their status in the top-flight.

It was initially thought that Liverpool may be willing to allow Phillips to depart permanently, but reports last week suggested those at Anfield still see him as a long-term replacement to Joel Matip.

Finally, Marcos Alonso has reiterated his desire to leave Stamford Bridge this summer.

Fabrizio Romano reports that the Spaniard is desperate to depart Chelsea in order to join Barcelona.

The left-back has already agreed personal terms with the LaLiga giants, and it’s now up to the club to agree a fee with Chelsea.

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