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Arsenal could break their transfer record to sign Marouane Fellaini, while Isco looks Manchester City bound, and Sunderland want Jozy Altidore.

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Arsene Wenger is prepared to break Arsenal's club record transfer fee for the second time in a matter of days to sign Marouane Fellaini.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Isco is poised to sign for Manchester City if the Blues can agree a fee with his club Malaga.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

New Everton manager Roberto Martinez is determined to end Everton's silverware drought after arriving at Goodison Park fresh from his FA Cup triumph with Wigan Athletic.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United financial director John Irving is set to step up his role in the Magpies' boardroom in the aftermath of Derek Llambias' resignation.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Sunderland want AZ Alkmaar striker Jozy Altidore.

Sunderland are prepared to play the waiting game for Argentine defender Lucas Orban as they seek to land one of their main summer targets.

New signing David Moberg Karlsson says he knows the extent of the challenge he faces at Sunderland in trying to break into the first team.

EVENING GAZETTE

Hungarian international Jozsef Varga could be Middlesbrough's first signing of the summer, with Burton midfielder Jacques Maghoma due for talks next week.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Huw Jenkins has revealed bids are on the table for a number of players after Swansea City saw an offer for Michy Batshuayi rejected.

Swansea City face competition from mega-rich Monaco in their bid to sign Lyon striker Bafetimbi Gomis.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Curtis Davies has been given permission to speak to Hull City over a move to the Premier League newcomers. A fee in the region of £2.3million has been agreed for the centre-half but there is still some way to go before the switch is complete.

Charles N'Zogbia could miss the start of the season after getting injured on holiday - as Brett Holman looks to leave Villa for a club in Dubai.

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett says club have not had any formal offers for Roger Johnson or Jamie O'Hara.

EXPRESS & STAR

Romelu Lukaku continues to slip further from West Brom's grasp to ramp up the pressure for two new strikers at The Hawthorns this summer.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Brian McDermott has laid down some permanent roots in West Yorkshire - and has revealed he will expects all of future signings to do the same during his tenure at Leeds United.

THE PINK UN

Former Norwich defender Marc Tierney bears no grudge towards Chris Hughton after clinching a move back to the north-west and Championship promotion hopefuls Bolton.

THE DAILY ECHO

Saints have been linked with a £17m move for Roma forward Pablo Osvaldo.

READING POST

Andy Crosby expects a 'few more' faces through the door before Reading begin their Championship campaign against Ipswich on August 3.

THE SENTINEL

Stoke City are planning an attractive pre-season friendly against Italian outfit Genoa at the Britannia Stadium.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Owen Coyle has promised Wigan Athletic supporters a feast of football next term.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Venky's have made significant progress in their attempts to bring in a new senior football executive at Blackburn Rovers - in a move that leaves Shebby Singh's role at the club unclear.

Burnley are holding out for more money for Charlie Austin after rejecting Hull's initial bid - while Sean Dyche remains eager to keep Danny Ings and Martin Paterson.

THE STAR

David Weir says 'responsibility' will be the watchword of his Sheffield United regime.

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