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Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway wants to sign Charlie Adam if they make the Premier League and Everton are set to make a move for Jan Oblak.

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Charlie Adam: Reportedly wanted by Palace

Charlie Adam: Reportedly wanted by Palace

THE SUN

Didier Drogba believes Chelsea need to bring back Jose Mourinho.

Romelu Lukaku will ask Chelsea to loan him out again next season - but to a club playing European football.

Fulham are set to launch a fresh bid for FC Twente's Nikolay Mihaylov.

Everton are poised to make a £1m move for Slovenia's Jan Oblak.

Blackburn 'keeper Jake Kean will miss their relegation battle with a knee injury.

David James has signed for Iceland outfit IBV as player-coach.

Bolton are keen on Oldham's FA Cup hero Matt Smith.

THE TIMES

Didier Drogba believes Chelsea must restore Jose Mourinho as their manager.

Brendan Rodgers expects Pepe Reina to stay at Liverpool next season.

PSG have admitted they would be interested in signing Wayne Rooney.

DAILY MIRROR

Mark Hughes has been lined up to replace Neil Warnock at Leeds.

Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway wants to sign Charlie Adam if they make the Premier League.

Michael Laudrup is planning six top signings this summer at Swansea.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester United have withdrawn Old Trafford as a venue for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Romelu Lukaku is likely to go on loan again from Chelsea next season but to a club playing European football.

Darren Bent's future at Aston Villa looks increasingly bleak after he failed to make the squad for last Sunday's defeat to Liverpool.

Blackburn goalkeeper Jake Kean is out for the rest of the season.

PSG have admitted they would be interested in signing Wayne Rooney as it is understood Manchester United would consider bids in excess of £20m.

DAILY EXPRESS

Romelu Lukaku wants another loan move from Chelsea but is unlikely to stay at West Brom.

Pepe Reina looks set to stay at Liverpool.

Leeds will wait until the end of the season before deciding on their new manager - raising the possibility that Gus Poyet will return to Elland Road.

DAILY STAR

Paolo Di Canio reckons he can save Sunderland from the drop - because he is just like Jose Mourinho.

Jose Mourinho is ready to rejoin Chelsea even if they fail to qualify for the Champions League next season.

Swansea have signed John Hartson's 10-year-old son Joni.

Doncaster have terminated the contract of Robbie Blake by mutual consent.

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