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Paper Talk: Gunners chase Chalobah

Arsenal will try and lure Chelsea's Nathaniel Chalobah to The Emirates this summer and Barcelona want Vincent Kompany and Sergio Aguero.

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Nathaniel Chalobah: Wanted by Arsenal

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DAILY STAR

Jose Mourinho is heading back to Chelsea according to one of his former coaches.

Wayne Rooney has been warned that Montenegro will be out to get him on Tuesday night.

Former Chelsea boss Luiz Felipe Scolari has said that he was not a Stamford Bridge flop.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Southend sacked manager Paul Sturrock on Sunday.

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has hinted that he may return to one of his former clubs.

DAILY EXPRESS

Arsenal are in danger of being priced out of a move for striker Stevan Jovetic.

Arsenal want to sign Chelsea youngster Nathaniel Chalobah this summer.

DAILY MIRROR

Wayne Rooney is ready to unleash a World Cup backlash on Montenegro tomorrow.

Barcelona have Vincent Kompany and Sergio Aguero on their shopping list this summer.

Southampton will allow Richard Chaplow to leave this summer.

Watford are running the rule over Serbian defender Nevan Markovic.

Altrincham striker Duncan Whatmore is set to be plucked from non-league football by Peterborough.

Stoke's Tony Pulis is lining up a summer swoop for Portsmouth teenage striker Jed Wallace.

THE TIMES

Steven Fletcher may miss the rest of Sunderland's season with an ankle injury suffered while playing for Scotland on Friday.

THE SUN

Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al-Hasawi reckons Billy Davies can be his Sir Alex Ferguson.

David Luiz has said that Chelsea have not been good enough this season.

Scott Sinclair has emerged as a top target for Southampton.

Blackburn, Leeds, Nottingham Forest and Ipswich are chasing in-demand Blackpool defender Kirk Broadfoot.

Southend have sacked Paul Sturrock but will let him take charge at Wembley next month in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final.

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