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DAILY TELEGRAPH

Joe Kinnear will have full control of the hiring and firing of players at Newcastle United as a result of owner Mike Ashley's startling decision to make him the club's first director of football.

Manchester City are facing defeat in their pursuit of Robert Lewandowski while Spain Under-21 international Isco has raised doubts over whether he will team up once again with Manuel Pellegrini.

Luis Suarez has reiterated his desire to leave Liverpool for Real Madrid.

Gus Poyet is facing an acrimonious end to his tenure at Brighton as he prepares for a disciplinary hearing today.

Paul Lambert is poised to complete a £1.75million deal to bring Seville defender Antonio Luna to Aston Villa on a three-year contract.

DAILY STAR

Joe Kinnear has completed a shock return to Newcastle as the club's director of football.

Steve Bruce is planning to hijack Newcastle's move for Aston Villa outcast Darren Bent.

Arsenal have been warned they face a major fight to keep hold of £15m-rated defender Laurent Koscielny.

Aston Villa are closing in on Sevilla left-back Antonio Luna.

DAILY EXPRESS

Joe Kinnear, who quit as manager of Newcastle four years ago after suffering a heart attack, yesterday made a sensational return to the club as director of football.

THE TIMES

Liverpool expect to complete the signing of Simon Mignolet by the end of the week, although they have yet to meet Sunderland's £10million valuation of the highly regarded Belgium goalkeeper.

THE SUN

Furious Newcastle fans hit out last night after Joe Kinnear was sensationally appointed as the club's director of football.

Andy Carroll is facing the biggest test of his career this week - the West Ham medical.

Arsenal face a major fight to keep £15million-rated Laurent Koscielny. Bayern Munich and Barcelona are hot on the trail of the French defender.

Luis Suarez has cast more doubt over his Liverpool future by admitting he is "disturbed" by their Euro failure.

Steve Bruce plans to hijack Newcastle's move for Aston Villa outcast Darren Bent.

Yohan Cabaye has risked the fury of Newcastle fans by admitting he would be interested in a move to Monaco.

DAILY MAIL

Joe Kinnear returned to Newcastle as director of football yesterday with a message for manager Alan Pardew: I'm in charge of transfers.

Jose Mourinho will greet Chelsea's players next month with a welcoming smile accompanied by a stark warning: They must toe the line or face a quick exit from Stamford Bridge.

Paris Saint-Germain will resume their pursuit of Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas after the French champions agreed to let Real Madrid hire Carlo Ancelotti.

Nani says he is yet to decide whether he will leave Manchester United.

DAILY MIRROR

Joe Kinnear was handed a stunning comeback at Newcastle yesterday - claiming he will wield power over manager Alan Pardew.

Paris Saint-Germain have offered to buy Gareth Bale in a bid to lure Andre Villas-Boas to the French capital.

Luis Suarez took another step towards leaving Liverpool yesterday by telling Real Madrid: "I will give you my soul every game".

The sale of former Manchester City striker Robinho could be the key to the future of Carlos Tevez. Italian giants AC Milan and Juventus both want to sign the Argentine.

Steve Bruce wants to hijack Newcastle's move for Aston Villa outcast Darren Bent.

Tottenham Hotspur are looking at a deal for Botafogo defender Doria.

Southampton have put £7.6million on the table for Valencia star Ever Banega.

Wolves boss Kenny Jackett wants Burnley's Northern Ireland striker Martin Paterson to join this week.

Arsenal have been warned they face a fight to hold on to£15million-rated defender Laurent Kocielny.

Fabio Borini insists Italian clubs have missed their chance to sign him - because he is so happy at Liverpool.

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