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Malaga's Isco could follow Manuel Pellegrini to Manchester City for £17million, while Swansea may be Romelu Lukaku's next loan destination.

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DAILY MIRROR

Wayne Rooney is at the centre of a bizarre transfer saga linking with him a move to Newcastle. A website backed by Magpies owner Mike Ashley has claimed that the club have enquired over the Manchester United striker.

Wigan boss Roberto Martinez is on Malaga's shortlist to replace Manuel Pellegrini.

Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund have joined Arsenal and AC Milan by showing an interest in Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke.

Benteke wants Villa to honour their promise of a bumper new contract - for keeping them in the Premier League.

Paolo Di Canio has cancelled Sunderland players' early summer holidays after fining seven stars in just five days.

Steve Bruce wants Leicester's Kasper Schmeichel to be Hull's number-one goalkeeper as they had back to the Premier League.

Liverpool have bid £4million for 20-year-old Sporting Lisbon centre-back Tiago Ilori.

Bolton left-back Marcos Alonso is set to sign for Fiorentina for free, despite a late move from Stoke.

Wolves are making an ambitious move to talk former England boss Steve McClaren back into management. They also have Owen Coyle and Kenny Jackett in mind.

THE SUN

Roy Hodgson is totally behind Rio Ferdinand's decision to quit England.

Manchester City will make a double raid on Spanish side Malaga for coach Manuel Pellegrini and midfielder Isco.

Striker Christian Benteke is chasing a bumper new contract at Aston Villa after helping to keep them in the Premier League.

Newly-promoted Hull City are favourites to land Leicester keeper Kasper Schmeichel, 26, with West Ham and Swansea also in the hunt.

German side Schalke are chasing Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin, 22, who has made just three Premier League starts this season.

Meanwhile, Gunners right-back Bacary Sagna, 30, could make a surprise summer switch to Monaco.

DAILY STAR

Manuel Pellegrini has handed Manchester City a five-man shortlist of transfer targets after agreeing a two-year deal, with Malaga midfielder Isco top of his shopping list.

Fulham are poised to sign midfielder Derek Boateng, 30, from Ukraine side Dnipro after he snubbed a late offer from Aston Villa.

Defender Ian Harte, 35, is considering a return to former club Leeds United after being released by Reading.

Norwich will battle it out with Aston Villa and Fulham for Brighton's 24-year-old Scotland international midfielder Liam Bridcutt.

DAILY MAIL

Swansea are close to signing Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku, 20, on loan and have also reached an agreement with 25-year-old Real Betis midfielder Jose Canas, who is out of contract this summer.

Tottenham have made a £5million offer for RNK Split's Croatia Under-21 striker Ante Rebic, 19, with Italian side Parma also interested.

Chelsea defender Ashley Cole, 32, will be invited to captain England against the Republic of Ireland on May 29 in honour of his 100th cap.

DAILY EXPRESS

Rio Ferdinand's decision to call time on his England career will not lead to a recall for John Terry.

Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fernandinho, 28, wants the Ukrainian club to allow him to join Manchester City for less than his £40.5million release clause.

Swansea are set to revive their interest in Sevilla striker Manu del Moral, 29, who is rated at around £4million.

Chelsea's Belgian attacker Eden Hazard says he would welcome the chance to work with Jose Mourinho, who has been linked with the manager's job.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester City are aiming to complete a £17million deal for Malaga star Isco, 21, after moving closer to appointing Manuel Pellegrini as coach. They will announce plans to increase capacity at the Etihad Stadium by 6,000 - taking it up to 53,805.

THE TIMES

Manuel Pellegrini is expected to sign a two-year deal as Manchester City head coach early next month

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night as Wigan were relegated to watch Latics winger Callum McManaman and midfielder James McCarthy.

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