Paper Talk: United enter Cavani race

Manchester United have entered the race for Edinson Cavani, Barcelona want Wayne Rooney and Paolo Di Canio wants to sell Stephane Sessegnon.

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Edinson Cavani: United ready to bid £50million for Napoli star

Edinson Cavani: United ready to bid £50million for Napoli star

THE SUN

Greedy agents are demanding an extortionate £1million to let Victor Wanyama join Southampton from Celtic.

Barcelona are ready to fight Real Madrid and Chelsea for £25million Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney.

Hamburg want to sign Arsenal defender Johan Djourou.

Nancy winger Yohan Mollo is a top transfer target for Crystal Palace.

Steve Bruce is leading a £7.5million chase for Galatasaray winger Nordin Amrabat.

Wigan boss Owen Coyle is offering Bursaspor £400,000 for goalkeeper Scott Carson.

Manuel Pellegrini suffered a blow on his first day as Manchester City boss as Isco opted to join Real Madrid.

Sir Alex Ferguson's former assistant Rene Meulensteen is locked in a bitter battle with Manchester United over his departure from the club.

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United are making a record-breaking £50million move for Napoli hitman Edinson Cavani.

Tottenham look to have won the race for Paulinho after the £17million man showered praise on the White Hart Lane club.

Brendan Rodgers is prepared to demote keeper Pepe Reina and make Simon Mignolet his new Liverpool number one.

Paolo Di Canio has put the 'For Sale' sign up at Sunderland as he looks to off-load star striker Stephane Sessegnon.

DAILY STAR

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini made a personal plea to Isco in a last-ditch bid to stop his £30million move to Real Madrid.

Aston Villa could offer £4m-rated midfielder Stephane Mbia, 27, an escape route out of relegated QPR.

Birmingham have accepted £2m bids from Norwich and Swansea for 19-year-old winger Nathan Redmond.

Cardiff City are closing in on a deal for 21-year-old Blackpool and England U21 winger Tom Ince.

Brighton are set to snap up left-back Nicky Shorey, 32, on a free after his exit from Reading.

DAILY MAIL

Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini, 25, will ask Arsenal for a weekly wage of more than £100,000 should the Gunners sign him for £22m.

Meanwhile, the Gunners are ready to pay Le Havre £2.5m for left-back Benjamin Mendy, but could be forced to double their offer for the 18-year-old.

Corinthians and Brazil midfielder Paulinho is close to finalising a £17m switch to Spurs.

Wigan boss Owen Coyle is to offer Turkish side Bursaspor £400,000 for goalkeeper Scott Carson.

DAILY EXPRESS

Liverpool may miss out on Armenian Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 24, after the Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder rubbished reports linking him to Anfield.

THE TIMES

Barcelona are planning a last-ditch bid to keep Spain U21 captain Thiago Alcantara with Manchester United chasing him.

THE GUARDIAN

New Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is set to lose out to Real Madrid in race to sign midfielder Isco, 21, from Malaga.

Arsenal are trying to offload 26-year-old Switzerland centre-back Johan Djourou to a club in Germany's Bundesliga with Hamburg and Hanover both interested.

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