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Loic Remy has set his heart on a summer move to Arsenal, Emmanuel Adebayor looks set to leave Tottenham and West Ham are after Peter Crouch.

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Loic Remy: Reportedly wants to join Arsenal

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THE SUN

Luis Suarez has confirmed he will stay at Liverpool despite his 10-match ban.

Stoke goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen has told pals he is looking for a new club this summer.

West Ham are favourites to land Birmingham winger Nathan Redmond.

Everton are stepping up their interest in Denmark hitman Andreas Cornelius.

Tottenham lead the queue to poach Barnet wonderkid George Sykes.

Swansea are close to clinching a deal for QPR striker Junior Hoilett.

Inverness manager Terry Butcher is in the frame for the vacant Doncaster job.

THE PEOPLE

Phil Jones in heading for a bumper new deal with Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho has arranged a first summit with Roman Abramovich aboard the Chelsea owner's super-yacht this week.

Tottenham will attempt to off-load Emmanuel Adebayor this summer after running out of patience with the £100,000-a-week striker.

Dimitar Berbatov will be the subject of a summer bid from Galatasaray.

Petr Cech insists Jose Mourinho would be welcomed back by Chelsea players and supporters.

Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini have had Malaga's attacking midfield sensation Isco watched for his last four matches.

Peter Crouch is being lined up for a move to West Ham.

Everton will consider a move for Callum McManaman if Wigan are relegated.

Scott Sinclair wants a move to Southampton this summer as he bids to get his career back on track.

Swansea are close to agreeing a summer move for QPR's Junior Hoilett.

Nottingham Forest will try to sign Reading defender Nicky Shorey for next season.

Aston Villa like the look of Crewe midfielder Alex Murphy as they continue to search for top young talent.

Oldham goalkeeper Alex Cisak hopes to grab a move to SPL side Motherwell.

Wolves star Bakary Sako plans to quit the crisis-hit club.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Manchester United will test Tottenham's resolve to keep Gareth Bale.

Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is wanted by Monaco.

Loic Remy has set his heart on a summer move to Arsenal.

Brendan Rodgers has reignited his interest in Barcelona striker David Villa.

Tony Pulis wants to carry on into an eighth season as manager of Stoke.

Jose Mourinho is set for another round of talks with Roman Abramovich over a Chelsea comeback this week.

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert will tell Christian Benteke he can do better than Tottenham or Arsenal.

Manchester City are considering another raid on Swansea for left-back Ben Davies.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted he would be prepared to make a sensational return to Manchester United.

Sir Alex Ferguson looks to have been snubbed in his bid to lure Robert Lewandowski to Manchester United for £25million.

Cesc Fabregas will look for a return to the Premier League if he is sold by Barcelona this summer.

Sir Alex Ferguson does not have many regrets in life - but not signing Frank Lampard is certainly one of them.

Tottenham are hoping Monaco make a £5mllion move for Emmanuel Adebayor.

Joleon Lescott is keen on a move back to Everton in the summer - if David Moyes stays on as Goodison boss.

Inverness boss Terry Butcher is the frame for the Doncaster job.

Julio Cesar's agent is planning a trip to London to thrash out the goalkeeper's future with relegated QPR.

Fulham fancy a move for defender Stoppila Sunzu - after Sunderland dropped their interest in the Zambia star.

Thomas Sorensen wants to quit Stoke in the summer after being restricted to just four games this season.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has warned that the newly crowned champions have the cash to make a huge signing.

Brendan Rodgers insists that the balance of power on Merseyside has not shifted to Everton and claims Liverpool are the number one team in the city.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Rafa Benitez will be offered the chance to join Germany's footballing renaissance next season, with Schalke chasing him as their No.1 choice to be new manager.

Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed reports he will miss the start of Manchester United's Premier League title defence next season following hip surgery.

Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov will consider his future at the Etihad Stadium this summer after becoming frustrated at losing a regular place in the team.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Rafael Benitez has stoked his smouldering feud with Sir Alex Ferguson by insisting he is ready to "fight" his corner when the managers face each other today.

THE TIMES

Rafa Benitez could be offered the chance to join the Bundesliga boom, with Schalke eyeing the Spaniard after he guided Chelsea to the Europa League final.

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