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THE PEOPLE

Roy Hodgson will give Rio Ferdinand another chance to play for England and will sound out the Manchester United defender ahead of the friendly against Republic of Ireland in May.

Tottenham will head the race to sign Alex Song this summer - with the former Arsenal midfielder eyeing a swift exit from Barcelona.

Premier League new boys Cardiff will make an audacious bid to bring back Aaron Ramsey from Arsenal.

Liverpool have made the first significant move in the battle to snatch striker Loic Remy from doomed QPR.

Manchester City are monitoring Malaga boss, and Chelsea managerial target, Manuel Pellegrini.

Everton boss David Moyes is ready to move for FC Copenhagen's Denmark striker Andreas Cornelius and is also keen on PSV Eindhoven's highly-rated midfielder Kevin Strootman.

QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar could get his wish to stay in London after Arsenal switched their sights to the Brazilian.

Fulham are looking into a summer move for Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard.

West Ham are on the trail of Besiktas midfielder Manuel Fernandes.

THE SUN

Chairman Daniel Levy has slapped a £100million price tag on Gareth Bale - as Manchester City join the queue for the Spurs superstar.

Gareth Barry will fight for a new deal at Manchester City.

Gylfi Sigurdsson accepts Tottenham need to finish in the top four to have any hope of keeping Gareth Bale next season.

AC Milan are lining up a summer raid for Micah Richards.

Stuart McCall is favourite to become Sheffield United's new manager.

Cardiff boss Malky Mackay wants West Ham midfielder Gary O'Neil to be his first signing this summer.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is planning summer swoops for £10million-rated Manchester City defender Micah Richards and QPR striker Loic Remy, valued at £8million.

Manchester City have added Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone and PSG boss Carlo Ancelotti to their four-man shortlist to succeed Roberto Mancini this summer. They join Manuel Pellegrini and Jurgen Klopp on it.

Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry is ready to commit his long-term future to the club.

Manchester United will scrap with old foes Bayern Munich this summer for the capture of £20million Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski.

Rafa Benitez could yet be Chelsea's manager next season.

South Korea star Son Heung-Min is set to disappoint Arsenal and a host of top Premier League clubs by signing for Borussia Dortmund.

Fulham and Swansea are keeping a close eye on Jack Cork.

Gareth Bale should stay at Tottenham and help Andre Villas-Boas bring Spurs the top-flight title they crave, says Glenn Hoddle.

Chelsea were dealt a blow last night in their pursuit of £55million striker Radamel Falcao - by his wife!

Dutch club Ajax want to keep manager Frank de Boer away from the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Arsenal are closing in on Schalke's £15million-rated teenager Julian Draxler as manager Arsene Wenger prepares to start spending.

West Ham are set to step up their efforts to land Andy Carroll from Liverpool in a £10million deal.

Manchester United could lose out to German champions Bayern Munich in their £20million pursuit of Borussia Dortmund hitman Robert Lewandowski.

Everton are lining up a move for PSV Eindhoven midfielder Kevin Strootman.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Everton are set to be dealt a double end-of-season blow as their fading Champions League hopes mean manager David Moyes and star midfielder Marouane Fellaini are likely to depart Goodison Park.

Sam Allardyce is to step up his efforts to sign Andy Carroll after insisting the Liverpool striker is crucial to West Ham's development.

Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish will make another emotional return to Anfield - in an ambassadorial role.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Sam Allardyce is set to sign a new deal with West Ham to 2016.

Tottenham will only consider offers for Gareth Bale over £65million.

Everton want Malky Mackay to take charge should they fail to persuade David Moyes to stay.

David De Gea has been told his position as Manchester United's number one is safe for another season.

Tottenham are favourites to land Alex Song from Barcelona this summer.

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