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THE SUN

Gareth Bale has told pals his Tottenham career is over.

Wayne Rooney is staying at Manchester United - for now.

Arsene Wenger admits he wants to bring Juan Mata to Arsenal while Jose Mourinho has denied he is trying to sell the Spaniard.

Alan Pardew has told his young Newcastle players to shape up or ship out.

Real Madrid's Mesut Ozil wants £200,000 per week to join Manchester United or Arsenal.

Watford's Troy Deeney is a target for Celtic.

Blackburn will not let Jordan Rhodes join Wigan.

Stoke have grabbed Liverpool winger Oussama Assaidi on a season-long loan.

Crystal Palace have made a move to sign Joey Barton but face a fight from Everton.

Cardiff have been told to stump up £8.6m for Heerenveen's Alfred Finnbogason.

Sunderland are locked in a battle with Sampdoria to sign AC Milan's Luca Antonini.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester United will invite Wayne Rooney for contract talks this autumn if he continues to show his commitment to the club.

Roma have held talks over a loan switch involving Tottenham left-back Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Federico Balzaretti.

Arsenal have asked Ajax about a price for Toby Alderweireld.

Sheffield Wednesday are trying to land former Manchester City winger Martin Petrov.

Nottingham Forest have made a fresh bid for Middlesbrough's Grant Leadbitter.

Chelsea are closing in on their move for Samuel Eto'o.

Aston Villa and Southampton have made loan bids for Porto defender Abdoulaye Ba.

THE TIMES

Gareth Bale is not expected to train with Tottenham again as he tries to push through his world-record transfer to Real Madrid.

Samuel Eto'o is expected to reject a more lucrative contract at Inter Milan in favour of joining Chelsea.

Manchester City are closer to signing Martin Demichelis from Atletico Madrid.

Modibo Maiga is expected to stay at West Ham with St Etienne unwilling to pay his entire wages or meet a £2m loan fee.

DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal target Mesut Ozil moved closer to a Real Madrid exit following a strop.

Livid Gareth Bale has told Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy he won't let him sabotage his move to Real Madrid.

Wayne Rooney has been forced into a humiliating climbdown in his bid to leave Manchester United.

Manchester United are making a £30m move for Chelsea's David Luiz.

Tottenham have insisted their pursuit of Juan Mata is genuine.

Spurs have been warned off striker Hulk by Zenit St Petersburg.

Birmingham boss Lee Clark has admitted he has not got a penny to spend at St Andrews.

Swansea's Neil Taylor has been ruled out for six weeks while West Brom's Ben Foster is out for 12.

Manuel Pellegrini has earmarked Valencia's Adil Rami as a back-up to Manchester City's defensive problems.

Mark Hughes has his sights on landing QPR's Junior Hoilett and West Brom's Peter Odemwingie.

Celtic are chasing Watford's Troy Deeney but must pay £5m.

DAILY EXPRESS

Wayne Rooney has snubbed Jose Mourinho and decided to resolve his differences with Manchester United.

DAILY STAR

Wayne Rooney has snubbed Chelsea after refusing to hand in a transfer request.

Manuel Pellegrini will turn to Adil Rami to resolve Manchester City's defensive worries if he is priced out a move for Martin Demichelis.

Crystal Palace are challenging Fulham for £2m-rated Ajax midfielder Eyong Enoh.

Millwall have given Gareth Taylor-Fletcher a trial with Steve Morison ruled out for a month with a hernia.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Wayne Rooney will remain at Manchester United this season.

Gareth Bale's dream move to Real Madrid was being delayed by a transfer chain.

QPR midfielder Stephane Mbia has joined Seville on loan until the end of the season.

Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay has targeted one more signing in this transfer window.

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