Paper Talk: Varane on United's radar

Manchester United are keen on Raphael Varane, Arsene Wenger is set to go on a spending spree, and Leeds are set to appoint Brian McDermott.

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Raphael Varane: Reportedly on United's shopping list

Raphael Varane: Reportedly on United's shopping list

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THE SUN

Arsene Wenger is finally ready to break the bank to end Arsenal's trophy drought, according to David Dein.

Michel Salgado has blasted Blackburn owners Venky's as "crazy and outrageous".

Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has cleared the way for Jose Mourinho to make a sensational return.

Brian McDermott is set to be named the new manager of Leeds.

Lucas has penned a new long-term contract to keep him at Liverpool until 2017.

Arsenal defender Martin Angha has signed a pre-contract deal with Nuremberg.

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United have joined Manchester City and Chelsea in the chase for Atletico Madrid's £50million-rated Radamel Falcao, placing another question mark over the future of Wayne Rooney.

Danny Wilson was last night axed by Sheffield United, paving the way for Neil Warnock to make an emotional return.

Brian McDermott has been sounded out over the vacancy at Leeds.

Morten Gamst Pedersen's future at Blackburn is in doubt as he waits on a new deal.

Both QPR and Marseille have denied Joey Barton's claim that a deal is in place for him to stay in France.

Brighton will make a third bid for Groningen defender Virgil van Dijk this summer.

DAILY STAR

Steven Gerrard has told England's critics to back off.

Andre Villas-Boas will give his Spurs players a four-day spring break to freshen up their bid for a Champions League spot.

Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has refused to rule out the possibility of Jose Mourinho returning as manager.

Manchester United are watching Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane with a view to a summer swoop.

Ben Foster has pleaded with West Brom boss Steve Clarke not to go on a massive spending spree this summer.

Swansea boss Michael Laudrup claims he can't afford to buy British.

Arsene Wenger has been tipped to make a big splash in the transfer market by former Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein.

DAILY MAIL

Brian McDermott was locked in talks to succeed Neil Warnock as manager of Leeds United last night.

Sir Alex Ferguson has joined the hunt for Atletico Madrid's £47million-rated striker Radamel Falcao.

DAILY EXPRESS

Sir Bobby Charlton fears England will never again win the World Cup due to the number of foreign players in the Premier League.

Manchester United will make it a three-way battle for Radamel Falcao this summer.

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till reckon Chelsea will go for Khedira as back up for Matic. I think it will turn out to be quite a Mourihno-y window: We'll see the squad players and youth in action pre-season, say things like well, we need not buy anybody and then the club will bid £60m for Pogba and send everybody on loan.

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would love to be a fly on the wall at the meeting between Milner and Rodgers. I don't know if flies can count, but if they can then I would be counting the number of times Rodgers used the word outstanding in his attempts to get Milner to sign.

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ell, it wouldn't be a summer without Arsenal fans fretting over losing a key player, and United throwing their weight around and muscling in on transfer deals which are (apparently) near to completion. If we can't be entertained by the football on the pitch, let's enjoy the silly off-pitch soap opera of the transfer season. Hurrah!

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