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Paper Talk: Saints lead Wanyama chase

Southampton are set to sign Victor Wanyama and Miroslav Stoch, Carlos Tevez could move to AC Milan, while Cardiff are set to sign Thomas Ince.

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Victor Wanyama: Linked with Saints switch

Victor Wanyama: Linked with Saints switch

DAILY MIRROR

Joe Kinnear's new reign at Newcastle claimed its first victim when managing director Derek Llambias quit in a row over a player.

Gonzalo Higuain has agreed to come to Arsenal in a £22million record deal that is nearing conclusion.

Carlos Tevez is poised for a £10million switch to AC Milan, according to reports in Italy.

Striker Iago Aspas will have to pay up to £4million from his own pocket to get his dream move to Liverpool.

Rafa Benitez has set his sights on Luis Suarez as a replacement for Edinson Cavani at Napoli.

Jamie Carragher has warned Liverpool about the dangers of clinging on to a player who is desperate to leave and downs tools in protest.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has flown to London as the Spanish giants step up their pursuit of Gareth Bale.

Swansea are trying to keep manager Michael Laudrup by moving for his main transfer target, Bafetimbi Gomis.

Liverpool have opened negotiations to buy Gremio starlet Matheus Biteco.

Jay Bothroyd is set to leave QPR this week.

THE SUN

Defiant Alan Pardew last night vowed to stay at Newcastle - as managing director Derek Llambias quit the club.

David De Gea appears to have written hat-trick star Thiago Alcantara a 'welcome to Manchester' message.

Tottenham have hired ex-England No 2 Franco Baldini as their technical director.

Jamie Carragher has told Liverpool to stand firm over Luis Suarez - as he won't "down tools" like Fernando Torres.

Arsenal's hopes of signing Ashley Williams have stalled over his £10million price tag.

Paolo Di Canio has agreed a deal for Gothenburg ace David Moberg Karlsson.

Roberto Martinez wants to make Nathan Redmond one of his first signings as Everton boss.

Southampton are close to a £15million double swoop for Celtic's Victor Wanyama and ex-Chelsea winger Miroslav Stoch.

DAILY EXPRESS

Jamie Carragher has told Liverpool to hold their nerve over Luis Suarez and not feel forced to sell him to Real Madrid.

Alan Pardew believes he has the backing of Newcastle supporters in his battle with Joe Kinnear.

Brendan Rodgers is on the verge of landing his third summer signing as Liverpool prepare to seal a £7million deal for Luis Alberto.

DAILY STAR

West Ham finally landed Andy Carroll yesterday - after seeing off Arsenal's shock attempt to hijack the £60m deal.

Jamie Carragher has urged Liverpool to resolve Luis Suarez's future - and fast.

Wayne Rooney has been told not to quit Manchester United by his big mate Jamie Carragher.

Franco Baldini turned down a late chance to be reunited with Fabio Capello to take the job as Tottenham's technical director.

Sunderland have swooped for Gothenburg's teenage hotshot David Moberg Karlsson in a £1.5m deal.

Jay Bothroyd is set to leave QPR on a free transfer after invoking a relegation clause in his contract.

AC Milan are closing in on a £10m deal for Carlos Tevez.

DAILY MAIL

Joe Kinnear has promised Newcastle manager Alan Pardew he will not interfere with the day-to-day running of team affairs at St James' Park.

Cardiff have agreed to meet Blackpool's £8million asking price for winger Thomas Ince but face competition from rivals Swansea for Lyon striker Bafetimbi Gomis.

Manchester United are increasingly confident they can lure Spain Under-21 midfielder Thiago Alcantara.

Jamie Carragher insists Liverpool will not be left the same problems they had with Fernando Torres should Luis Suarez stay at Anfield this summer.

The cull of backroom staff at Sunderland shows no sign of slowing down with Steve Staunton the latest to leave the Stadium of Light.

Andy Carroll has revealed that he chose West Ham on a permanent basis partly because of the boost that guaranteed football would give his England chances ahead of next year's World Cup in Brazil.

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