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THE SUN

Manchester United boss David Moyes has been told he can spend as much as he likes.

Luis Suarez last night revealed just why Brendan Rodgers faces a tough task in persuading him to stay at Liverpool.

Adel Taarabt has begged Marseille to end his QPR misery.

Stevan Jovetic is on the verge of a £27million Manchester City move.

Arsenal are lining up a shock raid for QPR's Stephane Mbia to bring bite to their midfield.

Hull want Watford striker Troy Deeney after a failed medical ended their interest in Burnley's Charlie Austin.

QPR keeper Julio Cesar could move to Villarreal for £2.5million.

Martin Jol is set for showdown talks with new Fulham owner Shahid Khan next week.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Jose Mourinho wants Didier Drogba to make a sensation return to Chelsea.

Liverpool want to clinch a £22million double deal for Ajax stars Christian Eriksen and Toby Alderweireld while Chelsea's Ryan Bertrand is also on their radar.

Chelsea are now hot favourites to prise Wayne Rooney away from Manchester United this summer.

Sam Allardyce has confirmed he needs another striker if West Ham are to kick on from last season.

Manchester United and Arsenal have one month to sign Everton star Marouane Fellaini.

Newcastle and Everton have been quoted £5million for Porto defender Rolando.

Aston Villa will use Darren Bent as proof they will play hardball over Tottenham's bid to sign Christian Benteke.

West Brom have been alerted to Tottenham's decision to listen to offers for Clint Dempsey.

Arsenal forward Gervinho will sort out his future in the next fortnight - but is likely to leave the Emirates.

Papiss Cisse is being forced to train on his own after Newcastle got tough over his Wonga shirt sponsorship row at St James' Park.

THE PEOPLE

David Moyes is ready to put Wayne Rooney on probation for 12 months - after revealing Robin van Persie is Manchester United's number one striker.

Jose Mourinho failed in a bid to bring Didier Drogba back to Chelsea, according to the striker's agent.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, Luka Modric and Cesc Fabregas are in David Moyes' sights after the new gaffer was given the green light to shatter Manchester United's transfer record this summer.

Luis Suarez's summer saga could turn messy - over the interpretation of a £40million release clause.

New Fulham owner Shahid Khan will jet out to meet Martin Jol in Costa Rica this week - before deciding on next season's budget.

Leighton Baines is set to sign a new Everton deal if Manchester United do not meet the asking price before the start of the season.

Tottenham are struggling to offload flop Emmanuel Adebayor - as they seek the funds for a Christian Benteke bid.

Liverpool, Tottenham and Monaco are battling it out for Finland international striker Joel Pohjanpalo.

Everton boss Roberto Martinez will be told his £12million bid for Wigan midfielder James McCarthy is £8million too low.

Manchester United twins Will and Mike Keane are set to join Middlesbrough on a season-long loan.

Manchester City are ready to win the race for Feyenoord's teenage midfielder Rodney Kongolo.

Crystal Palace are keen on Barnsley's former Chelsea midfielder Jacob Mellis.

Blackburn are ready to let striker DJ Campbell go - just after signing him on a free transfer.

Liverpool's Jay Spearing will snub a move to Blackburn because he wants a return to Bolton.

Southampton striker Billy Sharp is a shock target for SPL giants Celtic.

Newcastle are blocking Dan Gosling's move to Crystal Palace - because they want more out of the deal.

Jermaine Beckford is heading to Bolton from Leicester - after settling a pay-off deal.

Chelsea's Dutch diamond Nathan Ake is ready to defy Jose Mourinho - and ask to pick his club for next season.

DAILY STAR

Everton's resolve to keep Leighton Baines will crack if Man United increase their offer to £'8million.

Ashley Young has joined Wayne Rooney in giving Man United an injury headache.

Joe Kinnear is due back at his Newcastle desk tomorrow - and Porto defender Rolando will be on the transfer agenda.

Middlesbrough are eyeing a loan move for exiled Aston Villa star Stephen Ireland.

Arsene Wenger could turn to Tim Krul if Julio Cesar snubs Arsenal for Napoli.

Michael Laudrup admits he is eyeing one more summer signing and has been linked with Udinese striker Matej Vydra.

Christian Benteke runs the risk of sitting on the bench all season if he upsets Paul Lambert.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Manchester United are not planning to sit down with Wayne Rooney to discuss a new contract - waiting to assess the striker's form and fitness before discussing his future.

Fulham owner Shahid Khan insists he will speak to manager Martin Jol this week before assess the future of the club.

Harry Redknapp is set to beat Premier League opposition and sign £5million Celtic striker Gary Hooper for QPR.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United are unlikely to offer Wayne Rooney a new contract this year with manager David Moyes wanting to see whether he can get "Wayne right back to where he was".

THE TIMES

Wayne Rooney may have to accept a further 12 months at Manchester United before his future is decided as David Moyes, the new manager, and Ed Woodward, the chief executive, do not plan to address his long-term status until next summer.

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