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New shirt sponsors General Motors will fund Manchester United's bid for Cristiano Ronaldo and United and Chelsea are chasing Luka Modric.

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Cristiano Ronaldo: Linked with a return to United

Cristiano Ronaldo: Linked with a return to United

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SUNDAY MIRROR

Real Madrid are putting together a stunning £110million package to capture Gareth Bale.

Wayne Rooney will be offered a new contract by Manchester United.

Sam Byram is being lined up for an £8million summer switch from Leeds to Man City.

Sir Alex Ferguson will try to bring Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric back to the Premier League at the end of the season.

THE SUN

Alex Ferguson has warned Wayne Rooney he is being exploited by the FA.

Manchester City plan a swoop for Leeds' Sam Byram.

Chelsea have told Yossi Benayoun he can leave the club.

PEOPLE

Roy Hodgson is on the brink of a dramatic U-turn by recalling Rio Ferdinand to the England squad.

Manchester City hat-trick hero Carlos Tevez could be on his way to Monaco.

Steve McClaren has opened the door to a shock international return as England boss - at U21 level.

Avram Grant is ready to make a Chelsea comeback - as Roman Abramovich's special advisor.

Chelsea are lining up a summer move for Luka Modric - and are likely to land the Real Madrid playmaker if Jose Mourinho returns to Stamford Bridge.

Manchester United are pulling out all the stops to re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo - with their incoming shirt sponsors General Motors to fund a deal for the Real Madrid Galactico.

Barcelona have put Vincent Kompany on their wanted list as they scour Europe and beyond to replace Carlos Puyol.

Micah Richards could become part of a summer overhaul at Manchester City - opening the door for a move to Arsenal.

AC Milan will try to lure keeper Tim Krul away from Newcastle in the summer.

Brazilian side Santos will offer Man Utd midfielder Anderson a season-long return to his homeland.

Liverpool have stepped up their interest in Valencia's defensive midfielder Sofiane Feghouli.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez is in advanced talks to join super-rich Monaco.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has promised to extend Wayne Rooney's stay at Old Trafford with a new contract.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says striker Wayne Rooney will be offered a new contract by Manchester United before his £230,000-a-week deal ends in 2015.

DAILY STAR

Man United will offer Wayne Rooney a two-year contract extension.

PSG would have to cough up over £250million to land Wayne Rooney this summer - were he allowed to leave Old Trafford.

Arsene Wenger will reject Alex Song's plea to return to Arsenal and instead redouble his efforts to land Celtic's Victor Wanyama.

Middlesbrough will have the chance to snap up Sunderland defender Titus Bramble this summer.

THE OBSERVER

Sir Alex Ferguson has risked being sanctioned by the Football Association after claiming that Wayne Rooney is not treated fairly by the governing body and that the striker should curb his England media commitments.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Sir Alex Ferguson has promised to offer Wayne Rooney a new contract despite fierce scrutiny over the striker's future after he did not start the Champions League tie against Real Madrid.

SUNDAY TIMES

Bayern Munich might test Manchester United's resolve to keep Wayne Rooney, even though Sir Alex Ferguson has promised the forward will be offered a contract extension to keep him into his 30s.

Manchester City's failure to find a big-name coach to succeed Roberto Mancini could see them appoint a man few of their fans will have heard of. Ernesto Valverde, 49, is so low-profile he could walk into the City souvenir shop unrecognised.

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