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Regional Paper Talk: Remy may stay put

Newcastle are not keen on Loic Remy despite Everton closing on Arouna Kone, while Swansea may move for Bafetimbi Gomis or Christian Benitez.

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Loic Remy: Has been offered to Newcastle

Loic Remy: Has been offered to Newcastle

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Chelsea's attempts to sign Edinson Cavani appear over after Paris Saint‑Germain agreed to pay the striker's £54million release clause.

Loic Remy could play for Queens Park Rangers in the Championship next season as other clubs continue to show little interest in the France striker.

Ajax sporting director Marc Overmars believes Marco van Ginkel could be making a big mistake in joining Chelsea.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Roberto Mancini has again hit out at Manchester City's transfer policy, which he claims cost the Blues more success during his time in charge.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Roberto Martinez is hoping he will still be able to complete a deal to be reunited with Arouna Kone despite a last-ditch attempt by Newcastle United to hijack the move.

Liverpool have cooled their interest in Porto winger Christian Atsu.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United have been offered the chance to sign Loic Remy from Queens Park Rangers - but the Magpies look set to steer clear of the French international.

Olivier Kemen has revealed that it was Newcastle United's reputation for looking after young players that swung his move from Metz.

THE JOURNAL

Arouna Kone and Everton have been in talks making it likely that Newcastle United will miss out on the 29-year-old Ivory Coast international.

Sunderland's £1.5m signing David Moberg Karlsson has pledged to buckle down in training to establish himself in the squad.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Ji Dong-Won remains likely to leave Sunderland this summer, despite suggestions from the striker that he could stay at the Stadium of Light.

Keiren Westwood was prepared to take a pay-cut and drop into the Championship to get his career back on track next season. But the goalkeeper is relishing the prospect of a fresh Sunderland start under Paolo Di Canio after Simon Mignolet's £9million departure to Liverpool.

EVENING GAZETTE

Merouane Zemmama left Boro because Tony Mowbray couldn't guarantee him first-team football.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Michael Laudrup has confirmed Swansea City's interest in Vitesse Arnhem striker Wilfried Bony, as the Swans prepare back-up plans to sign Bafetimbi Gomis or Christian Benitez.

Swansea City striker Luke Moore is a target for a number of clubs following his omission from the Swans' pre-season tour of Holland.

Brendan Rodgers reckons "brilliant club" Swansea City will give Jonjo Shelvey the ideal chance to shine.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Aston Villa are unlikely to pursue their interest in Japanese international Hiroshi Kiyotake.

Birmingham manager Lee Clark has brought 10 players into the Blues fold so far this summer. And he admitted that another transfer could be on the cards soon.

EXPRESS & STAR

West Brom new-boy Nicolas Anelka today set his sights on firing the Baggies into Europe as he revealed he wants to end his career at The Hawthorns.

Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett today vowed there will be no U-turn over Karl Henry as he shunned the four transfer-listed players for next week's Scotland tour.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Sam Byram will travel with Leeds United to Slovenia next week to work on the hip injury which is set to rule him out of Saturday's friendly against Farsley.

THE PINK UN

Norwich City's new signing Nathan Redmond admitted yesterday Chris Hughton was a major factor in his decision to join the Canaries.

THE DAILY ECHO

Saints have told a number of their fringe players that they can leave the club this summer.

Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that a deal for Victor Wanyama is not dead, while he has also confirmed Saints' interest in Éver Banega and Leandro Damião.

READING POST

Nigel Adkins will not confirm interest in specific players but says the club's recruitment drive is ongoing.

THE SENTINEL

Stoke's new assistant manager Mark Bowen says Marc Wilson is still in the club's plans, despite the arrival of Holland left-back Erik Pieters.

THE STAR

Steve Howard is biding his time as he reaches a crossroads in his career - with a return to Hillsborough not yet ruled out.

Lee Carsley has vowed there will be no hiding place for players who fail to commit themselves to Sheffield United's pursuit of promotion next term.

EVENING TIMES

Victor Wanyama could very well be wearing a Cardiff City or even a Southampton shirt by tonight.

Steven Smith today backed Lee McCulloch to lead Rangers to league and cup glory in the new campaign.

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