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THE SUN

Jose Mourinho has agreed a return to Chelsea on a £10million-a-year package - but the move will not be officially announced until July 1.

Real Madrid will demand Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez in any cash-plus-player deal for Cristiano Ronaldo.

Arsenal are tracking Lyon's £10million-rated French defensive midfielder Max Gonalons.

Winger Scott Sinclair, 24, can quit Manchester City if the right offer comes in after starting just three games this season.

Stoke are planning a move for Crystal Palace's 28-year-old £2.5million-rated Australian midfielder Mile Jedinak.

Everton are battling Stoke for Lazio's 22-year-old Belgian defender Luis Pedro Cavanda who could be allowed to leave for £2million.

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United want Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson when the 71-year-old manager decides to leave Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, United are planning a summer move for Atletico Madrid's 18-year-old English defender Elliot Kebbie in a move that could see striker Javier Hernandez move in the opposite direction.

Arsenal are chasing Lyon's £15million-rated captain Maxime Gonalons, 24, as a solution to his midfield problems.

Manchester City are tracking Real Sociedad's highly-rated 21-year-old defender Inigo Martinez.

Paul Dickov could replace Brian Flynn as manager of Doncaster - despite Flynn getting Rovers promoted to the Championship.

DAILY STAR

Rafael Benitez will sign off his stint as Chelsea interim manager with the Europa Cup final against Benfica.

Gareth Bale has given Spurs a huge boost after insisting he will stay at White Hart Lane even if they fail to make the Champions League.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson will be handed a bumper £60million war chest to spend on new players this summer.

DAILY MAIL

Jose Mourinho will try to tempt Borussia Dortmund's 24-year-old striker Robert Lewandowski to join him at Chelsea if he returns to Stamford Bridge.

Tottenham, Manchester City and Arsenal have been alerted after Real Madrid confirmed they will sell 25-year-old Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuain.

Liverpool are watching Rennes' Ghana international utility player John Boye, 26, who can play centre-back, right-back and midfield.

Arsenal will again send scouts to watch Lyon's £10million-rated French defensive midfielder Max Gonalons.

West Ham are in talks with Beerschot over a deal for Belgium U21 right-back Alpaslan Ozturk, 19, and are also keen on Wigan's Maynor Figueroa.

Stoke City are keen on Norwich City's 24-year-old winger Anthony Pilkington.

DAILY EXPRESS

Andre Villas-Boas admits he will be powerless to prevent Daniel Levy from selling Gareth Bale over his head if the price is too tempting this summer.

Manchester United are trying to sign Borussia Dortmund's £17-million rated midfielder Ilkay Gundogan, 22, this summer.

Turkish side Galatasaray are preparing a £12million offer for Arsenal forwards Lukas Podolski or Gervinho.

Manager Michael Laudrup has opened the door for winger Scott Sinclair to rejoin Swansea from Manchester City.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United will face competition from Real Madrid to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski.

Aston Villa are set to offer rising stars Matthew Lowton and Ashley Westwood new contracts.

Stoke City are lining up a £3million bid for Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie.

THE TIMES

Rafael Benitez will have a chance to mark his stormy tenure at Chelsea with a trophy after beating Basel 3-1 to reach the Europa League final last night.

Barcelona are set to sign Brazil superstar Neymar from Santos for £50million.

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