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Paper Talk: Spurs close on Vertonghen

Tottenham are close to signing Jan Vertonghen for £6million, Michael Owen is wanted by Shanghai Shenhua, while Newcastle are eyeing Rasmus Elm.

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Vertonghen: Tipped to move to White Hart Lane

Vertonghen: Tipped to move to White Hart Lane

THE SUN

Roberto Mancini has told Carlos Tevez he is welcome to stay at Man City.

Rio Ferdinand will think about going to Euro 2012 - if Roy Hodgson wants him.

Spurs are on the verge of pulling off a major coup by beating Man City and Arsenal to the £6million capture of Jan Vertonghen.

Andre Villas-Boas is poised to make a return to management with Italian giants Roma.

Cameron Jerome blasted Stoke boss Tony Pulis - then warned he could quit the club.

Michael Owen is a target for new Shanghai Shenhua head coach Nicolas Anelka.

Blackburn's young guns Junior Hoilett and Martin Olsson will lead the Ewood Park exodus this summer.

DAILY MIRROR

Rio Ferdinand is ready to tell Roy Hodgson he can play with John Terry at Euro 2012 - for the good of England.

Roy Hodgson wants to make trusted lieutenant Ray Lewington his England number 2.

Cameron Jerome has hit out at Tony Pulis for refusing to give him a fair crack of the whip at Stoke.

Chelsea defender David Luiz is a shock summer target for Barcelona.

Nemanja Vidic's agent has rubbished claims the Manchester United skipper is poised to join Juventus.

Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew is ready to battle Liverpool for AZ Alkmaar's Swedish midfield star Rasmus Elm.

Leeds United have transfer-listed midfielder Adam Clayton as part of an end-of-season shake-up.

Martin Olsson will join Junior Hoilett in quitting Ewood Park if Blackburn are relegated.

Bristol City face a snub from Mali star Kalifa Cisse.

DAILY STAR

Steve Kean has been attacked by a fan at Blackburn's training ground.

Paul Ince has been asked to join Roy Hodgson's England revolution.

Ji-Sung Park is battling to save his Manchester United career.

Reading have ditched 13 players after winning promotion to the Premier League.

Nigel Clough faces a battle to prevent midfielder Jeff Hendrick leaving Derby, with Norwich preparing a £2million bid.

Terry Connor admits he still wants the manager's job at Wolves.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester City and Chelsea target Ezequiel Lavezzi is ready to leave Napoli - however, the Italians want £28million for him.

Tottenham have made an official approach for £7million Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen.

DAILY EXPRESS

Rio Ferdinand is set to tell England manager Roy Hodgson he is ready to go to Euro 2012 if required.

Nemanja Vidic's agent has ruled out the Manchester United defender joining Juventus.

Promoted Southampton want to make Wolves winger Matt Jarvis one of their first signings for £4million this summer.

DAILY RECORD

Rangers legend Sandy Jardine was last night forced to plead with Ibrox fans not to run potential new owner Bill Miller out of town.

Ex-Celtic star Paul Lambert is set to hijack his old club's interest in Nottingham Forest ace Garath McCleary.

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