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THE SUN

Yaya Toure has stunned Manchester City by demanding: Give me a new contract by Saturday - or I am off.

Arsene Wenger is primed for a major power struggle with Chelsea for West Brom wonder kid Isaiah Brown.

Inter Milan are planning to bid £10million for Loic Remy if QPR go down.

Per Mertesacker has ruled out a summer move to Wolfsburg.

DAILY STAR

Michael Owen wants to stay in football despite calling time on his glittering playing career.

DAILY MIRROR

Michael Appleton found out he was sacked by Blackburn on TV - before being handed a letter by a club receptionist.

Man City face a fight to land prime target Edinson Cavani from Napoli after the striker's representative claimed he 'loves the club'.

Southampton are planning a summer shopping trip for Australian right-back Trent Sainsbury.

Aston Villa are plotting a summer raid for Man City flop Scott Sinclair.

DAILY MAIL

Norwich will attempt to sign Andreas Weimann, whose talks about a new deal with Aston Villa have stalled.

Arsenal are the latest club to express an interest in Non-League sensation Daniel Carr.

Celtic are poised to revive their interest in Wolves striker Kevin Doyle this summer.

THE GUARDIAN

A summit meeting of the 24 Championship clubs will today warn the Premier League that it risks permanently damaging "the integrity of the Football League'' by proposing a big hike in parachute money for clubs relegated from the top tier but only a modest rise in "solidarity payments'' for other clubs.

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