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Cardiff City have reportedly made a £2m bid for Reading's Hal Robson-Kanu, while Swansea are interested in Birmingham winger Nathan Redmond.

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Hal Robson-Kanu: On Cardiff's wanted list

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

West Ham hope to complete the permanent signing of striker Andy Carroll from Liverpool as early as next week.

Crystal Palace are hopeful they can keep play-off hero Kevin Phillips at Selhurst Park next season.

Fernando Torres would be open to a move back to Spain should he leave Chelsea. Barcelona have been linked with a £17million move for Torres, 29, but Standard Sport understands his former club, Atletico Madrid, are also monitoring the situation.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Danny Welbeck is focused on boosting his Old Trafford scoring statistics after a mixed campaign last time out.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Liverpool are set to step up their pursuit of Tiago Ilori and Henrikh Mkhitaryan as Brendan Rodgers' summer revamp at Anfield gathers pace.

The Reds also hope to find out in the next 24 hours whether their bid to sign Spanish starlet Luis Alberto from Sevilla has been successful.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Italian giants Roma are believed to be the latest club to take an interest in Newcastle United star Yohan Cabaye.

Sunderland are poised to make a bid for Livorno striker Paulinho, according to the player's agent.

Newcastle United have turned down the chance to sign striker Darren Bent. Sources at Villa Park say that United will only look into the possibility of signing Bent IF he became available on a free transfer and was prepared to lower his huge demands.

EVENING GAZETTE

As one of 16 seeded northern teams, Boro will avoid Championship rivals like Bolton, Leeds and Nottingham Forest as well as relegated Wolves in the Capital One Cup first round.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Swansea are thought to be interested in Birmingham City wideman Nathan Redmond. The promising 19-year-old could be available for £2million fee this summer as he has only a year to run on his contract.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

West Brom target Ola Toivonen's transfer saga has taken an odd twist after he admitted to knowing little about the Premier League - including Norwich, who are favourites to sign him.

Nicklas Helenius has urged current club Aalborg not to scupper his move to Villa Park by demanding an extortionate fee.

EXPRESS & STAR

Aston Villa are closing in on the £4million signing of Denmark international Jores Okore. The defender is reportedly ready to fly in for a medical and to talk terms to seal his move from FC Nordsjaelland.

West Brom have told a queue of Championship clubs, headed by Bolton and Nottingham Forest to stop pestering them about Craig Dawson - as the England Under-21 defender is going nowhere.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Millwall have pulled out of the race to sign Noel Hunt, with the Reading striker on the verge of sealing a free transfer to Leeds United.

READING POST

Cardiff City are rumoured to have made a £2m bid for Reading midfielder Hal Robson-Kanu, who is entering the final year of his contract and has also attracted interest West Bromwich Albion and Aston Villa.

THE SENTINEL

Mark Hughes has reportedly targeted Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry as a realistic target for the Potters, who have also been linked with striker Wilfried Bony.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Nathan Blake reckons Wanderers have waited far too long for a prolific goalscorer - and that finding one could be the key to getting back into Premier League.

LANCASHIRE EVENING TELEGRAPH

Burnley are bracing themselves for a new, improved bid from Bournemouth for striker Danny Ings.

THE STAR

New Sheffield United manager David Weir has received the seal of approval from one of the club's most successful former players - Everton and England defender Phil Jagielka.

EVENING TIMES

Rangers great Mark Hateley has urged Ibrox captain Lee McCulloch to consider a full-time switch to centre-half next season.

THE SCOTSMAN

Hearts have announced that all players are for sale in effort to generate urgent cash needed to see the club through the summer.

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