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Fiorentina hitman Stevan Jovetic is emerging as Arsenal's number one summer target and Schalke are keen on David Moyes becoming their new boss.

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DAILY MAIL

Joleon Lescott's exclusion from the England squad has hardened his desire to leave Manchester City this summer. City are likely to ask for a fee in the region of £4million with Everton and Aston Villa expected to be interested.

Stevan Jovetic is emerging as Arsenal's number one summer target, with the Gunners prepared to smash their transfer record to sign the Fiorentina striker.

Everton face a fight to hang on to David Moyes after Schalke made him one of their top choices to succeed Jens Keller at the end of the season.

THE SUN

Sam Allardyce is pressing West Ham's owners for contract talks before the end of the season.

Rio Ferdinand's England future is on a knife-edge, with the Manchester United defender plunged into a club-v-country row.

David Moyes reckons that Everton are paying the price for raising expectations.

Thomas Vermaelen has been told he is not guaranteed a place in the Arsenal team.

Harry Redknapp says QPR are back from the dead to scare the pants off their relegation rivals.

Martin O'Neill has accused his Black Cats side of lacking real ability.

DAILY STAR

Rio Ferdinand could deliver a humiliating snub to Roy Hodgson and turn down his England recall.

Axed Brian McDermott will help pick Reading's team to face Manchester United on Saturday as caretaker-boss Eamonn Dolan will ask for the help of his best mate.

Mahamadou Diarra's career with Fulham appears over following his latest injury setback.

Sam Allardyce plunged his West Ham future into fresh doubt last night by hinting he could quit in the summer.

DAILY MIRROR

Rio Ferdinand may snub Roy Hodgson by rejecting his England recall.

Reading have drawn up a three-man shortlist to be their next boss - and it does not include Paolo Di Canio.

Sam Allardyce admits Chelsea Yossi Benayoun could return to West Ham for a third spell next season.

Arsene Wenger has made Fiorentina striker Stevan Jovetic his main summer target.

DAILY EXPRESS

Roberto Mancini admits he may have cost Manchester City the title by failing to sign a replacement for injured skipper Vincent Kompany in the January transfer window.

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