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THE SUN

New Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini took charge at the Etihad last night and admitted: "I must win the title."

Manchester United are ready to use the pulling power of Sir Alex Ferguson to help land Cristiano Ronaldo.

Fabricio Coloccini has revealed he will be at Newcastle next season after admitting defeat in his attempts to go home.

Michael Laudrup's agent has kept the speculation surrounding the Swansea boss' future bubbling by refusing to deny Paris Saint-Germain's interest in him.

Andre Schurrle has revealed he could not pass up the chance to work with Jose Mourinho.

Luka Modric says Gareth Bale would "fit perfectly" at Real Madrid.

Chelsea fear they are losing the race for Edinson Cavani after his father revealed the hitman had his heart set on a move to Real Madrid.

Arsenal's £20million move for Gonzalo Higuain has stalled because of Real Madrid's managerial merry-go-round.

West Ham will fork out a whopping £44million to land dream striker Andy Carroll.

Luis Suarez insists he will not use the Confederations Cup spotlight to boost his chance of quitting Liverpool.

Mark Schwarzer could be about to quit Fulham for Premier League newboys Hull.

Unsettled Steven Reid could now sign a new deal with West Brom.

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino wants playmaker Joan Verdu from old club Espanyol.

DAILY MIRROR

Manuel Pellegrini last night admitted he needs to win titles after finally being confirmed as Manchester City's new boss.

Alan Pardew wants to tweak Newcastle's 'buy young' policy by landing Darren Bent.

Turkish champions Galatasaray last night claimed they were poised to land Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel.

Juventus schemer Claudio Marchisio last night opened the door to a potential move to Manchester United.

Paolo Di Canio wants to bring in 10 players in a major shake-up at Sunderland.

Tottenham are in talks with Corinthians over £17million-rated star Paulinho.

Fulham are close to signing Wolves winger Bakary Sako in a £3million deal after agreeing wages of £30,000 per week.

Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway is reeling after being quoted a stunning £14million fee by old club Blackpool for Thomas Ince and Matt Phillips.

New Wigan boss Owen Coyle could scoop a £1million bonus if he guides the Latics back to the Premier League.

Ipswich are ready to battle Leicester for £850,000-rated Karl Henry from League One Wolves.

DAILY MAIL

New Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini last night vowed to launch a twin assault on the Premier League and Champions League with free flowing, attacking football.

Glenn Hoddle would consider a return to management as England Under 21 coach, but only if the FA completely overhauls the current national set-up.

Besiktas have made an enquiry for Fulham winger Kerim Frei.

Manchester City have made an enquiry for Lazio's Romania defender Stefan Radu.

AC Milan are considering a move for QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar.

Tottenham are interested in Corinthians midfielder Paulinho but face competition from Roma.

Barcelona expect to ratify a deal with Liverpool for goalkeeper Pepe Reina once Monaco formalise a move for Victor Valdes.

DAILY STAR

Real Madrid are preparing to break the bank to blow Manchester United away and keep hold of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Manuel Pellegrini admits there will be no excuse for failure after becoming the new Manchester City boss.

Jose Mourinho wants Chelsea to make a major statement by signing Robert Lewandowski while he hopes the club complete their summer transfer business within a fortnight.

Manuel Pellegrini is set for a double snub from Edinson Cavani and Isco.

Steven Taylor is happy to snub a move to Arsenal to stay 'living the dream' at Newcastle.

Crystal Palace want Kevin Phillips to play Premier League football into his 40s.

Michael Laudrup's agent has fuelled speculation about the future of the Swansea manager by refusing to deny Paris Saint-Germain's interest in him.

Liverpool insist their deal to sign Celta Vigo forward Iago Aspas will go through despite claims it has been blocked by the Spanish Football Federation.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manuel Pellegrini has promised Manchester City he will win the Premier League and Champions League in his first season with stylish football.

John Obi Mikel was last night in talks with Galatasaray over a £16million move as the first steps in Jose Mourinho's clear-out at Chelsea began.

West Ham co-owner David Gold has promised two major signings up front as final talks with Andy Carroll move closer.

Hull are preparing a move for goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer.

Reading have signed Dutch international Royston Drenthe on a free transfer from Russian club Alania Vladikavkaz.

Southampton have signed Lyon's Croatian defender Dejan Lovren on a four-year deal.

THE INDEPENDENT

Manchester United are adamant that they will not let Wayne Rooney leave this summer and are harbouring hopes that the emotional pull of Old Trafford may be enough to persuade Cristiano Ronaldo to return to the club to partner him.

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