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DAILY STAR

Arsenal have put together a package they hope can convince Wayne Rooney to join them from Manchester United.

Carlo Ancelotti was finally unveiled by Real Madrid last night - and told them to go and sign Gareth Bale.

Bayern Munich are plotting a shock £14million bid to sign Micah Richards.

Napoli boss Rafa Benitez has warned Chelsea they will have to make an irresistible offer to land Edinson Cavani.

Sunderland are eyeing up moves for Argentinian full-backs Gino Peruzzi and Lucas Orban.

West Brom have targeted Atletico Nacional striker Macnelly Torres.

DAILY MIRROR

Real Madrid have offered cash plus players to Tottenham in a bid to deliver Gareth Bale to new boss Carlo Ancelotti.

Manchester City are ready to renew their interest in Robert Lewandowski as they begin shopping for a new striker.

Joe Kinnear is trying to put the furore caused by his appointment at Newcastle behind him by chasing Alan Pardew's top two targets of Darren Bent and James Tomkins.

Cardiff are ready to make Thomas Ince their best-paid player on a stunning £40,000-a-week deal.

Scotland goalkeeper Alan McGregor will take a pay cut to move to Hull.

Norwich are poised to win the £5million race for Celtic striker Gary Hooper.

Adel Taarabt is the latest player eased off the QPR wage bill.

Liverpool will sell Jonjo Shelvey to Swansea - if they pay £5million.

West Brom head the queue to take Scott Sinclair on loan from Manchester City.

Wolves have had a £1million bid for Crewe's Luke Murphy accepted - but still face competition from Swansea and Blackburn.

THE SUN

Juventus hope to persuade Manchester City's Aleksandar Kolarov to follow Carlos Tevez to Turin.

Carlo Ancelotti will fight tooth and nail to keep Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid.

Carlos Tevez's move to Juventus has pushed Gonzalo Higuain closer to Arsenal.

Liverpool have been told they must pay £25million in the next 10 days if they want to sign Henrikh Mkhitaryan this summer.

Swansea will have to spend £4.5million to land Liverpool Jonjo Shelvey.

Wigan will not stand in Arouna Kone's way if the striker's £6million release clause.

PSV are set to sign Chelsea defender Jeffrey Bruma for £3million.

James Chester has snubbed Aston Villa and Newcastle to sign a new deal with Hull.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester City are reviving their interest in Robert Lewandowski to replace Carlos Tevez.

New Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has played down reports Cristiano Ronaldo will meet Manchester United officials this week to discuss a return to Old Trafford.

Everton are ready to push ahead with move to reunite Arouna Kone and Antolin Alcaraz with Roberto Martinez.

Swansea are close to completing the £2million signing of Swansea defender Jordi Amat.

West Brom want to revamp their attack with Udinese striker Matej Vydra and Morelia winger Jefferson Montero.

PSV will sign Jeffrey Bruma from Chelsea in the coming days.

AZ Alkmaar striker Jozy Altidore is a top target for Sunderland.

DAILY MAIL

Swansea want to sign Liverpool's Jonjo Shelvey but will have to pay at least £5million.

Tottenham are chasing Dinamo Zagreb defender Tin Jedvaj.

Everton are set to sign Wigan dup Arouna Kone and Antolin Alcaraz on Friday.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Liverpool will seek urgent talks with Luis Suarez to assess whether he is in breach of contract following claims from Spain that he has agreed personal terms with Real Madrid.

THE TIMES

Real Madrid started their pursuit of Gareth Bale by offering Gonzalo Higuain and Fabio Coentrao in a player-plus-cash deal for the Tottenham forward.

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