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Wigan striker Arouna Kone wants a move to Liverpool or Everton and Arsenal and Liverpool are in a battle for Schalke's Kyriakos Papadopoulos.

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Arouna Kone: Wants out at Wigan

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THE SUN

Real Madrid have launched a last-ditch charm offensive to try to snatch Isco from under Manchester City's nose.

Wantaway striker Grant Holt could yet start the season with Norwich.

Arsene Wenger will give Borussia Dortmund the cold shoulder in their bid to sign Arsenal's Lukas Podolski.

Arsenal have agreed to sign 20-year-old Auxerre striker Yaya Sanogo on a four-year deal.

Arouna Kone has opened the door to a move to Liverpool or Everton by declaring he wants to quit Wigan.

Cardiff and Swansea are competing for France ace Bafetimbi Gomis.

Arsenal are battling it out with Liverpool to sign Schalke's £12million-rated defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos.

Hull and Stoke are both interested in signing Sunderland midfielder Lee Cattermole.

Tony Adams has launched a scathing attack on Arsenal - and offered to join the board to help find Arsene Wenger's replacement.

Bobby Zamora has been told he will be QPR's number one striker next season.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Liverpool have warned Real Madrid that they should put up or shut up over Luis Suarez.

Wayne Rooney will tell David Moyes that he wants to stay at Manchester United.

Pepe Reina will be banished to the Liverpool bench if he stays at Anfield due to the imminent arrival of Simon Mignolet.

Aston Villa face the prospect of making a £13million loss on Darren Bent and paying him for two more years if other club can't match his £65,000-per-week contract.

Tottenham face competition from Fiorentina to sign Barcelona striker David Villa.

Manchester City were last night trying to discover whether they have been beaten to Spanish wonderkid Isco by Real Madrid.

Liverpool have completed the £6million signing of Spain youth international Luis Alberto from Sevilla.

Arsenal are monitoring highly-rated Greek defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos.

Swansea are set to move for Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones.

Arsenal will step up efforts to keep Arsene Wenger at the Emirates to ward off interest from Paris St Germain.

Roma have opened talks with QPR goalkeeoer Julio Cesar.

Stoke are considering a £6million move for Tottenham left-back Danny Rose.

Steve McClaren is willing to surrender his career in club management for a shot at the England Under-21 job.

THE PEOPLE

Wayne Rooney is demanding an apology from Manchester United for Sir Alex Ferguson's parting shot at the striker.

Mike Ashley will bring in Gus Poyet if Alan Pardew decides he can take no more of Joe Kinnear at Newcastle.

QPR boss Harry Redknapp wants Carlton Cole - despite interest from Hull.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to buy Chelsea whizz-kid Connor Hunte.

Matt Lowton hopes to sign a new deal at Aston Villa within the next fortnight.

Crystal Palace are planning to make a move for Norwich striker Grant Holt.

Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies is ready to join the chase for Celtic's Gary Hooper and make a record £5million bid.

Norwich are ready to sell flying winger Anthony Pilkington if they can get an offer of around £5million.

Kevin Phillips must decide whether to fulfil his dream of playing Premier League football at 40 or join Wolves as a player-coach.

Benoit Assou-Ekotto is on the verge of a move to Turkish club Fenerbahce.

Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu is a loan target for Celta Vigo.

Stoke boss Mark Hughes is ready to offer Stephen Ireland an escape route from Aston Villa.

Gareth Barry is a target for his old club Aston Villa after being told he can leave Manchester City.

Simon Mignolet will be Liverpool's number one goalkeeper next season - even if Pepe Reina is still at Anfield.

Luis Suarez is excited by the prospect of joining Real Madrid, according to pal Edinson Cavani.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo have been linked to a sensational £90million swap deal between Man Utd and Real Madrid.

Spurs want Aston Villa's lethal striker Christian Benteke.

New Liverpool signing Luis Alberto said he was "the happiest man on earth" after completing his £6million switch from Sevilla.

Stoke boss Mark Hughes is struggling to find any takers for midfielder Wilson Palacios.

Steve McClaren, Glenn Hoddle and Sven Goran Eriksson have all made it known they would love to take over from the suspended Gus Poyet.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Manchester City could launch a surprise £35million bid for Liverpool's want-away striker Luis Suarez.

Chelsea and Jose Mourinho were last night bracing themselves for a £100million raid from European's biggest clubs for Juan Mata, David Luiz and Fernando Torres.

New Manchester United manager David Moyes returns from holiday this week determined to make a spectacular signing, with Gareth Bale, Cesc Fabregas, Robert Lewandowski and Cristiano Ronaldo all possible options.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Alan Pardew is facing a crisis in his relationship with Newcastle owner Mike Ashley that will test his resolve to stay as manager.

Arsenal are willing to follow up their prospective £22million signing of Gonzalo Higuain from Real Madrid with an audacious £20million bid for Wayne Rooney.

Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina will find himself in the embarrassing position of being a permanent substitute if a move to Barcelona falls through.

Thiago Alcantara will continue to push for a £15million move to Manchester United this week after being told by Barcelona manager Tito Vilanova that he can't be guaranteed more games.

The Premier League yesterday came under unprecedented attack for having too much power - and not giving enough opportunities to English footballers.

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