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Chelsea are chasing former Arsenal midfield general Alex Song and weighing up a £12million move for Dinamo Kiev winger Andriy Yarmolenko.

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THE SUN

Roy Hodgson will urge England to reach for the stars in their World Cup opener tonight.

West Brom's bid to make Tim Sherwood their new manager has run into a last-minute pay row.

Wes Morgan is set to sign a two-year deal with Premier League new-boys Leicester.

Stoke winger Michael Kightly will join Burnley for £1million.

QPR target David Forde has signed a new three-year deal at Millwall.

Ronald Koeman is set to be unveiled as Southampton's new manager.

DAILY STAR

Steven Gerrard wants England to take the World Cup by storm and make the nation proud.

Thibaut Courtois says his Chelsea future won't be decided until after the World Cup.

Sunderland are poised to table an improved £6m offer for Swansea centre-half Ashley Williams.

Fulham have made a £5million bid for Leeds striker Ross McCormack.

Hull are leading the chase for Harry Maguire from Sheffield United - but the Blades are holding out for £3million.

DAILY MIRROR

Roy Hodgson last night made a passionate World Cup plea to his England squad and told them to "reach for the stars".

Ronald Koeman is set to become Southampton's new manager.

Hull boss Steve Bruce is ready to pay Sheffield United £2million for defender Harry Maguire.

West Brom's bid to appoint Tim Sherwood is hanging in the balance.

Burnley are making a £2.5million double bid for Derby pair Richard Keogh and Craig Bryson.

DAILY MAIL

Chelsea are weighing up a £12million move for Dinamo Kiev winger Andriy Yarmolenko.

DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea are looking to rub salt in Arsenal's wounds by following up the signing of Barcelona's Spain star Cesc Fabregas with former Gunner Alex Song, despite interest from Manchester United.

Liverpool are in danger of missing out on Southampton star Dejan Lovren after Barcelona unexpectedly joined the race for his signature.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Former England captain Tony Adams says Roy Hodgson should have paired John Terry and Gary Cahill at the heart of the England defence.

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