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Sir Alex Ferguson happily washed his hands of the Wayne Rooney problem and told David Moyes "you can deal with it now".

Arsene Wenger has revealed that France Under-21 striker Yaya Sanogo is set to join Arsenal.

Giorgos Karagounis is set to leave Fulham.

Nathan Dyer is closing in on a two-year contract extension at Swansea.

James Chester is in the middle of a tug of war between Newcastle and Aston Villa.

Gareth McAuley has signed a new two-year deal at West Brom.

DAILY MIRROR

Jose Mouriho has been told he should "be worried" about getting the sack on his return to Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger has lined up a summer move for QPR's unwanted Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar.

Everton are interested in Lazio midfielder Ogenyi Onazi.

Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina is top of Barcelona's wish list.

Former Scotland boss Craig Levein wants to return to management at Doncaster.

Fulham have agreed a deal with Ghana midfielder Derek Boateng.

Dennis Wise is interested in becoming Millwall manager.

Hull boss Steve Bruce is planning a triple raid on Wigan for Ben Watson, Emmerson Boyce and Shaun Maloney.

Roberto Martinez admits he could quit as Wigan manager.

DAILY STAR

Roberto Martinez has cleared the way for a move to Everton by admitting he is ready to quit Wigan.

Sir Alex Ferguson had one last blast at bitter rivals Manchester City before quitting Old Trafford.

Andre Villas-Boas says his Tottenham revolution will go ahead even if they miss out on a Champions League spot.

Mike Ashley has handed Alan Pardew reassurances about his Newcastle future.

Sam Allardyce knows he's under pressure to splash the cash this summer.

Nigel Adkins insists Alex McCarthy is going nowhere.

Brad Guzan's fairytale rise at Aston Villa will clinch him a new pay deal.

Manuel Pellegrini is planning showdown talks with Carlos Tevez when he takes over at Manchester City.

Martin Jol has no plans to quit Fulham and will prove it by ripping up his squad this summer.

DAILY EXPRESS

Sir Alex Ferguson has washed his hands of Wayne Rooney's future.

Manchester City will thrash out the futures of Carlos Tevez, Gareth Barry and Joleon Lescott when the squad return from next week's post-season tour of the USA

DAILY MAIL

Cristiano Ronaldo is at the centre of a bidding war after it emerged the Manchester United target is also wanted by Chelsea.

Roberto Martinez has dropped the biggest hint yet that he is ready to end his reign as Wigan manager.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Sir Alex Ferguson prepared for his final game in charge of Manchester United by delivering one last swipe at Manchester City following their "amazing" decision to sack Roberto Mancini.

Andre Villas-Boas is plotting a revolution at Tottenham Hotspur and he claims the club do not need Champions League football next season for him to pull it off.

THE GUARDIAN

Kenwyne Jones allegedly smashed up the car of a team-mate, believed to be Glenn Whelan, after the Stoke City striker found "a bloody pig's head" wrapped in his clothes, which he believed the midfielder had placed there, according to tweets by Jones's girlfriend on Friday afternoon.

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It was with his usual disarming frankness that Arsene Wenger responded to an inquiry as to whether he would be signing the 20-year-old Auxerre striker Yaya Sanogo, available on a free transfer from the Ligue 2 club. "We are advanced in talks with him but it's not done," Wenger said. "I'm very confident it will be."

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