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THE SUN

Arsenal last night smashed their transfer record as they agreed a £23million fee for Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain.

Nicolas Anelka will become West Brom's top earner ever after he agreed a two-year deal worth £5million.

Ryan Giggs has accepted a player-coach role at Manchester United.

Wigan have signed keeper Scott Carson from Bursaspor.

Newcastle have Wigan's permission to speak to Arouna Kone.

Manchester City are stepping up their interest in Real Madrid defender Pepe.

Southampton fancy a double swoop for Valencia's Ever Banega and Damiao from Internacional.

Nicklas Bendtner's £3million move to Frankfurt is off after he refused to take a pay cut on his £50,000 per week wages.

Ravel Morrison wants to stay at West Ham and fight for his place.

Djibril Cisse has signed a one-year deal with Russians Kuban Krasnodar.

Crystal Palace are set to land Sierra Leone defender Umaru Bangura.

DAILY MAIL

Chelsea have agreed a £9million deal with Vitesse Arnhem for midfielder Marco van Ginkel.

Roberto Mancini has hit out over his sacking from Manchester City.

Everton are confident of fending off late interest from Newcastle in Arouna Kone as they close in on a £5million deal.

Crystal Palace are considering a deal for free agents Gary O'Neil and Carlton Cole.

Southampton have confirmed an interest in Tottenham target Leandro Damiao.

Tottenham are interested in £20million-rated Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic.

Arsenal expect Francis Coquelin to join Freiburg on loan.

Galatasaray and Besiktas are interested in Manchester United left-back Alex Buttner.

Hull have bid £4.5million for Burnley striker Charlie Austin.

DAILY MIRROR

Luis Suarez has three weeks to sort out his future.

West Brom will make Nicolas Anelka their highest-ever paid player with a package of over £50,000 per week.

Norwich have offered £6million for Senegal striker Dame N'Doye.

Hull boss Steve Brice is giving striker Aaron McLean a free transfer.

Watford could still keep Matej Vydra at Vicarage Road next season.

Southampton have confirmed their interest in signing former Spurs target Leandro Damiao.

Wigan have landed Scott Carson from Bursaspor for £1million.

Tottenham and Everton are battling over a loan deal for Barcelona's rising star Gerard Deulofeu.

Newcastle wideman Shane Ferguson is a £1.5million target for Wolves.

Gonzalo Higuain is set to complete his £22million move to Arsenal in the next 48 hours.

DAILY EXPRESS

David Moyes is set to announce that Wayne Rooney is staying at Manchester United.

Gonzalo Higuain has flown into London to sign a three-year deal with Arsenal worth £100,000 per week.

Roberto Mancini has launched a bitter attack on Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano.

Chelsea have finally snapped up Dutch midfielder Marco van Ginkel for £8million.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsenal last night were finalising negotiations with Gonzalo Higuain.

Spurs are considering a bid for Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic.

Newcastle have made a late attempt to hijack Arouna Kone's £5million move from Wigan to Everton.

Liverpool will offer Martin Skrtel the chance to rebuild his career at Anfield.

DAILY STAR

Gonzalo Higuain is on the brink of joining Arsenal.

Newcastle were last night attempting to hijack Arouna Kone's £6.5million move to Everton.

Chelsea have agreed a deal for Dutch star Marco van Ginkel.

Blackburn have completed the signing of striker DJ Campbell.

Ipswich are set to sign goalkeeper Dean Gerken.

Roberto Mancini has blasted Manchester City for sacking him.

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