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DAILY MIRROR

Liverpool have been told they will have to up their offer to land Inter Milan midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 20, after they had an £8m bid rejected.

Arsenal are weighing up a last-minute move for Montpellier defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa - despite Newcastle having already agreed a fee for the 23-year-old France international.

Norwich City are set to sign goalkeeper Lee Camp, 28, on a free after he was released by Nottingham Forest.

Reading are considering a £1.5m move for Birmingham defender Curtis Davies.

Leeds and Crystal Palace are both tracking Blackpool frontman Gary Taylor-Fletcher.

Sir Alex Ferguson is facing an FA charge for blasting a linesman during Sunday's 1-1 draw at Spurs.

Arsene Wenger admitted he is "concerned" for the first time that Arsenal could miss out on a top-four finish.

THE SUN

Fulham are set to bid £500,000 for Olympiakos defender Vasilis Torosidis, 27, who is out of contract in the summer.

Wolves and Doncaster are battling it out to sign striker Jason Scotland who is now a free agent after leaving Ipswich.

Newcastle striker Nile Ranger faces a club rap after blasting his own fans on Twitter for booing the team off the pitch on Saturday.

DAILY STAR

Furious Sir Alex Ferguson faces an FA rap after an extraordinary attack on linesman Simon Beck.

Steven Gerrard admits Liverpool could struggle to hold on to Luis Suarez if they fail to make the Champions League this season.

DAILY MAIL

Ashley Cole, 32, has become the highest paid defender in world football after negotiating a one-year contract with Chelsea worth just under £200,000 a week.

QPR are looking into a move for Chelsea's 32-year-old French midfielder Florent Malouda.

Arsenal have been offered 26-year-old Lyon midfielder Yoann Gourcuff on loan as the French club look to offload his £80,000 a week wages and are also interested in Celtic's Victor Wanyama.

Meanwhile, the SPL champions are tracking Burnley's 23-year-old striker Charlie Austin.

Swansea will make an improved bid for Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones this week after having a bid of £3.5m rejected, while the Potters are in talks with FC Dallas over USA international winger Brek Shea, 22.

Sir Alex Ferguson launched a stinging attack on linesman Simon Beck after Manchester United failed to hang on to a lead at Tottenham yesterday.

Arsene Wenger has confessed he fears Arsenal will miss out on the Champions League for the first time in 15 years.

Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha is in line to keep his place in the England squad for next month's friendly with Brazil at Wembley.

DAILY EXPRESS

Sir Alex Ferguson launched his fury at the match officials after Manchester United conceded an injury-time goal in a 1-1 drawn at Tottenham that blows the title race wide open.

Arsene Wenger fears that Arsenal could miss out on the Champions League for the first time in 16 years.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Wigan could move for defenders Sebastian Coates and Ronald Zubar from Liverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan.

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