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Bayern Munich have made Luis Suarez their top summer target, Barcelona are keen on Pepe Reina, while Sunderland want Mauro Zarate on loan.

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Frank Lampard is expected to confirm this week that he has agreed a deal to move to LA Galaxy at the end of the season.

Ashley Cole will sign a new one-year deal to remain at Chelsea in the next 48 hours.

Sources close Pep Guardiola insist Chelsea's chances of appointing him as manager were ruined the moment they harshly fired Roberto Di Matteo.

Stoke will assess the fitness of Brek Shea's fitness before sanctioning a £3million deal with MLS for the FC Dallas winger.

Newcastle hope to complete the signing of Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa this week after having a £7million bid for the Montpellier defender accepted.

Peter Odemwingie insists he has no desire to leave West Brom after admitting he "loves the club with all his heart".

THE SUN

Ashley Cole's new Chelsea deal will be worth a staggering £10million to the player - approximately £200,000 per week.

Sir Alex Ferguson says he can see Manchester United winning another Treble this season.

Manchester City have been urged to drop their £31million asking price for Mario Balotelli by AC Milan.

Southampton's new manager Mauricio Pochettino has told disgruntled fans: "I will lead you into the big time."

Harry Redknapp fears Everton or Tottenham will pip him to the signature of Rennes midfielder Yann M'Vila.

Manchester City plan to open talks with James Milner over a new four-year deal.

Barnsley are ready to cash-in on teenage defender John Stones - but want him back on loan for the season to help in their battle against relegation.

Former Manchester United winger Andrei Kanchelskis has urged Anzhi Makhachkala winger Mbark Boussoufa to "not think twice" about joining Liverpool, after the Reds tabled an £8million bid for the Moroccan.

Arsenal are poised to beat Newcastle to the signing of Bastia midfielder Florian Thauvin.

Wilfried Zaha will hold talks and undergo a medical with Manchester United on Monday ahead of his £11million switch to Old Trafford.

Xavi and Andres Iniesta have told Barcelona that they want Pepe Reina to replace Victor Valdes at the Nou Camp.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Frank Lampard will have a straight choice between LA Galaxy and AC Milan in the summer.

Liverpool's goalkeeper Pepe Reina is a summer target for Barcelona. SUNDAY PEOPLE

Frank Lampard is in talks with Italian giants AC Milan over a summer move to the San Siro.

Carlos Tevez will quit Manchester City in 18 months and return to Argentina.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is eyeing a loan deal for Lazio's Mauro Zarate.

Reading are after David Bentley who is out of contract at Tottenham in the summer.

Norwich boss Chris Hughton will make an improved £6million bid for Gary Hooper this week.

Hull City have joined the race for former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson.

Derby are adamant Will Hughes will not be leaving this month despite Manchester City stepping up their interest in the highly-rated midfielder.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Manchester United's bid to sign highly-rated Crystal Palace winger is on the brink of collapse.

Paris Saint-Germain are set to offer Arsene Wenger £30million to join them as manager in the summer.

Pep Guardiola has Liverpool's Luis Suarez at the top of his transfer wish list when he takes over as Bayern Munich manager in the summer.

Newcastle are closing in on Montpellier defender Mapou Yanga-Mbia for a fee in the region of £8.8million.

Sunderland are confident they will win the £4.5 million battle with Norwich to land Swansea striker Danny Graham this week.

SUNDAY TIMES

Arsene Wenger says Arsenal need to toughen up and adopt a "more physical and more aggressive" approach to achieve Champions League qualification for a 16th successive season.

THE OBSERVER

A season of struggle for Newcastle United appeared to reach a watershed on Saturday when a previously patient crowd at St James' Park turned on

their team during the 2-1 defeat to Reading.

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