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Ashley Williams: A transfer target for Arsenal

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THE SUN

Roberto Martinez is ready to tell Dave Whelan he wants to leave Wigan - paving the way for his move to Goodison Park.

Jose Mourinho reckons he can turn Romelu Lukaku into the new Didier Drogba.

Arsenal are closing in on Swansea centre-back Ashley Williams - and it could mean Thomas Vermaelen leaving the Emirates.

Cardiff are set to swoop for Norwich defender Leon Barnett.

Andreas Weimann plans showdown talks with Aston Villa this week.

Owen Coyle is being lined up as the new manager of Wolves.

SUNDAY MIRROR

David Moyes will make Marouane Fellaini his first signing at Manchester United.

Manuel Pellegrini will be handed over £100million of talent to turn Manchester City back into winners.

Jose Mourinho faces the threat of being banned as soon as he returns to Chelsea.

Arsenal are set to win the battle to land Sunderland goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.

Newcastle will step up their interest in Vitesse Arnhem striker Wilfried Bony after a double transfer blow.

Manchester City have used their US tour to secure the future of skipper Vincent Kompany.

David Weir has emerged as a contender to become Everton's new manager if Roberto Martinez decides to stay at Wigan.

Michael Laudrup is heading for a clash with his Swansea bosses over the club's summer plans.

THE PEOPLE

Luka Modric is the number one transfer target for new Manchester United boss David Moyes.

Wayne Rooney fears there could be no way back for him at Manchester United - with Real Madrid keen to offer an escape.

Roberto Martinez is ready to talk to Everton about becoming their new boss - after a final showdown with Wigan chairman Dave Whelan.

Paolo Di Canio will meet Sunderland owner Ellis Short tomorrow for talks which could have major repercussions for his future.

Manchester United coach Rene Mulensteen is ready to snub David Moyes and leave Old Trafford.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to move for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.

Fernando Torres and Edin Dzeko are Fiorentina's top two transfer targets.

Michael Laudrup's future at Swansea has been plunged into doubt by a behind-the-scenes row.

Romelu Lukaku has invited Everton or Fulham to sign him on loan next season.

Swansea want to sign Wigan striker Arouna Kone for £5million.

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert will let Stephen Ireland and Barry Bannan go as part of a major clear-out.

Kolo Toure is set to complete his move to Liverpool this week.

Leicester defender Wes Morgan is a target for Cardiff.

Hull are planning to make a bid for Bolton defender Marcos Alonso.

Newcastle midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa is a target for Monaco.

Paul Ince wants crisis talks with Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston as he faces the loss of key players.

QPR want Peterborough striker Dwight Gayle.

Blackburn are looking to sell Scott Dann and Martin Olsson to help balance the books - and avoid losing Jordan Rhodes.

DAILY STAR

David Moyes is planning to make Luka Modric his first signing for Manchester United.

Manuel Pellegrini will pick up a £1million bonus if he leads Manchester City to Champions League glory.

New Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola has been told he can forget about making a cheeky bid for Arsenal's Jack Wilshere.

Andreas Weimann is set to decide his Aston Villa future this week.

Real Madrid want Luis Suarez - and expect him to link up with fellow Uruguayan Edinson Cavani.

Newcastle are eyeing QPR's Chris Samba as a potential replacement for Fabricio Coloccini.

Roberto Martinez will decide this week whether to stay with Wigan - or throw his hat in the ring for the Everton job.

Arsenal's transfer plans have been rocked by the news that Stevan Jovetic is set to join Juventus.

Newcastle are set to switch their striker search to Vitesse Arnhem's Wilfried Bony.

Monaco are keen on Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov, according to reports in France.

Newcastle hope to steal Thomas Ince from under Liverpool's noses.

Fulham are interested in Ajax winger Ryan Babel.

Owen Coyle is being lined up for a return to management with Wolves.

Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday are eyeing Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi.

Henning Berg has emerged as a surprise contender for the Millwall job.

Huddersfield want Charlton midfielder Dale Stephens.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Manchester United are planning a shock £25million move to bring Barcelona midfield star Cesc Fabregas back to the Premier League.

Stoke want to appoint Mark Hughes as their new boss - but only if he agrees to certain restrictions.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Wayne Rooney is to have urgent summit talks with new Manchester United manager David Moyes as the club attempt to resolve the impasse over the England striker's future created by his fall-out with Sir Alex Ferguson.

Gareth Bale will hold talks with Tottenham before the summer transfer window opens to discuss his future amid growing interest from Real Madrid in the £60million Welshman.

Rafa Benitez is expected to finalise a two-year deal with Napoli this week.

Aston Villa will make a £3million move for Peterborough striker Dwight Gayle.

Leicester are trying to persuade former manager Martin O'Neill to return to the club.

Everton have identified David Weir as an alternative managerial candidate to Roberto Martinez if the Spaniard decides to stay at Wigan.

THE TIMES

Jose Mourinho has agreed a four-year contract to manage Chelsea for a second time.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Real Madrid are ready to test Tottenham's insistence that Gareth Bale is not for sale at any price this summer by making a £60million bid for the Wales international.

Everton are to step up their efforts to recruit their new manager this week with an approach to speak to Wigan boss Roberto Martinez, although consideration is being given to former Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Manchester City are hoping to announce the signing of Edinson Cavani soon after Manuel Pellegrini is appointed as the club's new manager.

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