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Regional Paper Talk: City to focus on Isco

Manchester City are willing to abandon the chase for Edinson Cavani in order to sign Spain star Isco, while Liverpool close in on three deals.

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Isco: Manchester City are set to concentrate all efforts on procuring the star

Isco: Manchester City are set to concentrate all efforts on procuring the star

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Paris Saint-Germain are set to appoint Fabio Capello as manager after Andre Villas-Boas decided to remain at Tottenham.

Arsenal are in pole position to sign Gonzalo Higuain from Real Madrid after Juventus switched their attentions to landing Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.

Borussia Dortmund's general manager Hans-Joachim Watzke now insists star striker Robert Lewandowski will not be moving abroad this summer having already ruled out a move to domestic rivals Bayern Munich.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Michael Harriman made a long awaited start for QPR in the club's Premier League finale - but the 20 year-old has no idea if he will be part of the fight-back.

NEWHAM RECORDER

German side Eintracht Frankfurt have confirmed that they are in talks with Arsenal's Nicklas Bendtner as the Danish striker prepares to leave the Emirates this summer.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Manchester City are set to ditch their bid for Napoli striker Edinson Cavani to make sure they capture brilliant Spain Under-21 star Isco.

Spain Under 21s hat-trick hero and Manchester United target Thiago Alcantara is worthing fighting for, says Barcelona team-mate and former Red Gerard Pique.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Liverpool may have to stump up an extra £1.5m for Sevilla starlet Luis Alberto.

Brendan Rodgers will use the money from Andy Carroll's imminent sale to West Ham in order to sign Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Christian Atsu.

Liverpool's England Under-21 starlet Andre Wisdom is wanted by Fulham on a season-long loan.

Everton FC are in talks with La Liga side Granada over a move for left back Guilherme Siqueira.

FC Twente's Leroy Fer has said that Everton are still interested in him, and has reiterated that he wants to move to the Premier League this summer.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

David Vaughan is set to join the summer exodus from Sunderland after being deemed surplus to requirements, with Crystal Palace chasing the midfielder.

THE JOURNAL

Sunderland have made a loan offer to Udinese for Matej Vydra, the Czech Republic striker who scored 22 goals for Watford last season.

Steven Fletcher is on course to return in time for Sunder-land's pre-season campaign after visiting a specialist last week.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Ji Dong-Won does not want to come back to Sunderland and is on the verge of a big-money move to the Bundesliga.

Middlesbrough striker Curtis Main looks set to emerge as one of Hartlepool United's top transfer targets this summer.

EVENING GAZETTE

Owen Coyle's return to club management could see Wigan make an attempt to sign Rhys Williams.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Sevilla have confirmed that Aston Villa are set to swoop for Antonio Luna.

Birmingham City have rubbished reports linking Blackpool left-back Stephen Crainey with a summer switch.

Former Birmingham City striker Christian 'Chucho' Benitez is a target for Tottenham Hotspur.

Liverpool want West Brom youngster Yan Dhanda.

Wolverhampton Wanderers reject Hibernian approach for Leigh Griffiths.

EXPRESS & STAR

Leeds United could turn their attentions to Celtic striker Anthony Stokes after talks stalled to bring in Wolves forward Kevin Doyle from Molineux.

West Brom have added Wigan front-man Arouna Kone to their list of possible summer attacking targets. The Latics value the 29-year-old at £5million.

League One side Crewe are already resigned to the fact that Aston Villa target Luke Murphy will leave the club this summer. The 23-year-old could fetch £2.5million.

Walsall defender Ben Purkiss has took to Twitter to express his desire to sign new terms at the Banks's Stadium, while the Saddlers are still locked in talks with striker Will Grigg.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Leeds United are in the running to sign highly-rated young Heart of Midlothian defender Kevin McHattie.

Hull City are being tipped to test the resolve of Leicester City one last time with a final bid for goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.

THE PINK UN

Norwich are closing in on Blackburn defender Martin Olsson.

THE DAILY ECHO

Tadanari Lee's future remains in limbo ahead of Southampton's return to pre-season training.

Bournemouth want to sign teenage Saints midfielder James Ward-Prowse on a season-long loan.

READING POST

Royston Drenthe's proposed transfer to Reading has hit a slight delay, but the Dutchman's representatives still expect the deal to be signed imminently.

THE SENTINEL

Adel Taarabt and David Bentley have both been linked with moves to Stoke to play under former boss Mark Hughes.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Bolton are playing it cool after comments attributed to David Ngog yesterday suggested the striker was lining up a move back to France.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Gary Bowyer says only a sizeable offer would persuade Blackburn Rovers to part with Martin Olsson - despite the Swede's agent claiming that the player is attracting serious interest from the Premier League.

Accrington Stanley captain Luke Joyce has put pen to paper on a new two-year contract with the club.

Martin Paterson is said to be '90 per cent certain' to leave Burnley after Wolves and Wigan joined the chase for the striker - while Hull are ready to renew their attempts to land Charlie Austin.

THE STAR

Sheffield Wednesday manager Dave Jones has been told he can make four new signings.

THE SCOTSMAN

Celtic have reportedly made a £2 million bid for Groningen defender Virgil van Dijk.

Leigh Griffiths' Hibernian career is over and he will return to Wolves for the coming season - that's according to Wolves chairman Jez Moxey.

Sheffield United coach David Unsworth has emerged as a candidate for the manager's job at Kilmarnock.

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e might be on a hiding to nothing, but I cannae feel any sympathy- You want to know why? Shakira. That's why.

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