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Matej Vydra: Target for Norwich and Southampton

Matej Vydra: Target for Norwich and Southampton

DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger last night tabled a stunning and cheeky £40,000,001 bid for Luis Suarez.

Tottenham have vowed to fight all attempts by Real Madrid to snatch Gareth Bale this summer.

Wayne Rooney will be ordered to pull on a Manchester United shirt again as he nears his comeback from injury.

Nathan Dyer is ready to pen a new deal at Swansea after a proposed switch to Everton collapsed.

West Brom are on the trail of Sunderland midfielder Craig Gardner.

THE SUN

Real Madrid last night stepped up their £130million hunt for Gareth Bale.

Arsenal last night made a cocky new bid to land Luis Suarez - by offering £1 more than the £40million trigger figure in his contract.

Newcastle are in the clear to sign Darren Bent after Fulham withdrew from the race over his wages.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew insists Manchester United have not made a bid for Yohan Cabaye.

Manchester United manager David Moyes has a week to decide whether to sign Marouane Fellaini.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke wants four new signings - and Salomon Kalou is top of the list.

Fulham are considering a surprise move for Napoli's Walter Gargano.

Matej Vydra is a target for Premier League rivals Southampton and Norwich.

Crystal Palace and Everton are competing for Austrian striker Philipp Hosiner.

Yannick Sagbo is set to complete his £1.6million switch from Evian to Hull today.

QPR will move for Charlie Austin if their swoop for Gary Hooper falls through.

Wigan have been told time is running out to sign Bristol City winger Albert Adomah.

Nottingham Forest have made a £1.5million bid for QPR striker Jamie Mackie.

DAILY STAR

Tottenham last night warned Real Madrid to back off over Gareth Bale as the dirty tricks campaign to unsettle him rumbles on.

Manchester United landing Cesc Fabregas is set to trigger the sale of Wayne Rooney to Chelsea.

Crystal Palace's hopes of landing Carlton Cole are hanging in the balance.

DAILY MAIL

Arsenal risked the wrath of rivals Liverpool yesterday when they made an offer of just £1 over £40million - which triggered a key clause in Luis Suarez's contract.

Valencia may bid for Manchester City striker John Guidetti as they look to replace Roberto Soldado.

Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina hopes to complete his loan move to Napoli this week.

Fulham could sign Junior Malanda from Zulte Waregem at the second attempt.

Manchester United striker Angelo Henriquez is considering a loan move to Real Zaragoza.

Roma hope to finalise a £7million deal for Arsenal striker Gervinho this week.

DAILY EXPRESS

Arsenal have failed in another attempt to sign Luis Suarez, despite upping their bid to £40million AND £1 for the Liverpool striker.

Real Madrid have resorted to their usual transfer-market dirty tricks as they step up their attempts to buy Gareth Bale.

Fulham have pulled out of a £5million move for Aston Villa striker Darren Bent, paving the way clear for Newcastle to make a bid.

THE TIMES

Arsenal have failed in their latest attempt to sign Luis Suarez despite making an extraordinary £40,000,001 offer that they had hoped would force Liverpool to sell the forward.

Arsenal appear increasingly likely to miss out on Gonzalo Higuain after the forward moved closer to signing for Napoli.

Fulham have entered the race for Napoli's Walter Gargano.

Swansea have revived their interest in signing John Guidetti on loan from Manchester City.

Monaco have made a fresh move for Manchester United winger Nani.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsenal last night stepped up their attempts to sign Luis Suarez by lodging an audacious bid of £40,000,001 for the Liverpool forward - just one pound above the £40million trigger clause in his Anfield contract.

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