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Manchester United have agreed a £17m deal for Ezequiel Garay, while Chelsea and Manchester City target Henrikh Mkhitaryan could leave Shakhtar.

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Everton are checking on Real Mallorca striker Tomer Hemed

Stoke are giving a trial to Bermuda striker Chae Brangman

Man City are watching Sevilla midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia as fears grow that Yaya Toure will leave in the summer

Sunderland have been encouraged to follow up their interest in Le Havre midfielder El-Hadji Ba

DAILY STAR

Manchester United were last night said to have agreed a £17m deal for Argentina star Ezequiel Garay

Abdisalam Ibrahim - the Manchester City midfielder touted as the next Patrick Viera - wants to quit the club in the summer

Defender Phil Bardsley has been assured he still has a role to play in Sunderland's survival bid

THE SUN

Pepe Reina denies he's unhappy under new Kop boss Brendan Rodgers

Anderson has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford and says a move back to Porto is possible

Rio Ferdinand stuck the knife into England from the comfort of a Doha commentary box.

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United kick on in Ezequiel Garay chase after he's linked with Chelsea

Norwich agree £8m deal for in-demand Dutch forward Van Wolfswinkel

Brazil defender Dede sparks transfer tug-of-war between Manchester United and Liverpool

Brede Hangeland's agent warns Fulham as contract talks drag on

Newcastle chief Mike Ashley will reject ALL offers for favourite player Yohan Cabaye

Chelsea and Man City on alert as Henrikh Mkhitaryan plots Shakhtar exit

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