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Southampton have joined Liverpool in the chase for Celtic's Victor Wanyama, while Brad Guzan is top of West Ham's summer shopping list.

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Victor Wanyama: Wanted by Saints and Liverpool

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THE SUN

Arsenal's Olivier Giroud has no regrets about his move to north London after seeing a switch to Bayern Munich collapse last summer.

Basel centre-back Aleksandar Dragovic has his heart set on a switch to the Premier League.

Chelsea finally look to have landed Bayer Leverkusen's Andre Schurrle.

Brad Guzan is top of West Ham boss Sam Allardyce's summer shopping list.

Brentford and AFC Wimbledon are chasing Charlie Sheringham after he rejected a new deal at Bournemouth.

DAILY MIRROR

Jose Mourinho is lining up a shock move to take Steve Kean with him to Chelsea.

Nani could prove central to Manchester United's summer move for Juventus star Claudio Marchisio.

Southampton have joined Liverpool in the chase for Celtic's Victor Wanyama.

Hull may snap up goalkeeper Grzegorz Sandomierski as Blackburn dither.

DAILY STAR

Juan Mata has warned Spurs that Chelsea will stop Gareth Bale and win the race for the Champions League.

Roy Hodgson has been told that Phil Jagielka can be the main man in his England defence.

Alan Pardew admits Newcastle won't have Hatem Ben Arfa fully fit until next season.

Joe Cole is worried West Ham could face stiff competition for Andy Carroll this summer.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester City have added Atletico Madrid starlet Olivier Torres to their summer targets.

Sunderland are interested in Maritimo defender Valentin Roberge.

Andre Schurrle may already have signed for Chelsea, according to Bayer Leverkusen general manager Wolfgang Holzhauser.

DAILY EXPRESS

Younes Kaboul says Chelsea's loss is Tottenham's gain when it comes to Andre Villas-Boas.

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