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Paper Talk: Reds closing in on Douglas

Liverpool are looking to sign Brazilian defender Douglas on a free transfer and Borussia Dortmund want Chelsea to buy Robert Lewandowski.

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THE SUN

Shakhtar Donetsk's Brazilian star Fernandinho has issued a 'come and get me' plea to Manchester City.

Joey Barton says he has both the brains and balls to become a manager when he hangs up his boots.

Harry Redknapp was out scouting talent for next season's Championship bid before seeing relegated Rangers salvage some pride against Arsenal.

DAILY STAR

Borussia Dortmund are desperate for Chelsea to beat off Bayern Munich and buy their star striker Robert Lewandowski.

Stoke boss Tony Pulis has dismissed suggestions that star keeper Asmir Begovic has already been sold.

DAILY MIRROR

Hull City boss Steve Bruce is ready to give keeper Chris Kirkland a Premier League swansong.

Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino wants to make Valencia's Spanish ace Victor Ruiz his first signing at St Mary's.

Reading's Hal Robson-Kanu is a £2.5million target for Cardiff.

Wigan's Spanish centre-half Roman Golobart is ready to quit at the end of the season.

Bolton boss Dougie Freedman wants Jermaine Beckford to fire his side to promotion next season.

DAILY EXPRESS

Frank Lampard has been told that he will be offered a new one-year contract by Chelsea.

Andre Villas-Boas believes Chelsea are still in ''turmoil'' 14 months after his departure and says that the managerial changes since he left reassure him that his sacking was no reflection of his own abilities as a head coach.

DAILY MAIL

Liverpool are looking to sign Brazilian defender Douglas on a free transfer.

Pepe Reina has again been linked with Barcelona.

Man City are stepping up interest in Italy defender Davide Astori.

Everton and Stoke will rival Swansea for QPR winger Junior Hoilett.

Man United are considering a move for Colmbia U20 international midfielder Juan Fernando Quintero.

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