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PEOPLE

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wants to bring Fernando Torres to the Emirates.

Wayne Rooney is ready to sign a new contract at Manchester United but will not put pen to paper if he is asked to take a pay cut.

Bolton are ready to make a £9m move for Blackburn's Jordan Rhodes.

Newcastle are bracing themselves for a £12m bid from PSG for Yohan Cabaye.

Stoke City are pursuing striker Carlton Cole.

Norwich want £1m from Huddersfield for striker James Vaughan.

Roma have become the second Italian side to join the chase with Inter Milan for Manchester City's Micah Richards.

Aston Villa have not had any enquiries for Darren Bent.

Sunderland are making a £7m bid for Wigan's Callum McManaman.

Everton will have to pay up front for wantaway Wigan striker Arouna Kone.

Sunderland have agreed a loan deal for Inter Milan's attacking midfielder Daniel Bessa.

Cardiff want an answer in the next 24 hours from Tom Ince about becoming their £8m signing.

Watford want Real Madrid striker Javier Acuna.

Nottingham Forest are making a £4m move for Burnley striker Charlie Austin.

Wigan are looking at Ipswich's Aaron Cresswell to fill their space at left-back.

Victor Wanyama is emerging as a Liverpool target.

Kevin Doyle could have the choice of Leeds or Celtic this week as Wolves wait to cash in on the striker.

THE SUN

David Moyes has secretly met Wayne Rooney in a bid to persuade the troubled star to stay at Manchester United.

Aston Villa have yet to receive a single offer for Darren Bent. Newcastle are favourites to sign the £8million-rated striker, while Fulham, Crystal Palace and Hull are also interested.

Bakary Sako is begging Wolves to let him leave for Fulham.

Titus Bramble is wanted by Besiktas following his release from Sunderland.

Crystal Palace could end up paying a staggering £8.5million for Peterborough striker Dwight Gayle.

Hull boss Steve Bruce is in pole position to sign Norwich striker Grant Holt.

New Millwall boss Steve Lomas is bidding to lure Stoke winger Matty Etherington.

Goalkeeper Roy Carroll, 35, has been offered a one-year deal to stay with Olympiakos.

Roma and Italy striker Pablo Osvaldo is closing in on a £15million switch to Atletico Madrid, frustrating long-term admirers Tottenham and Southampton.

David De Gea is in line for a big pay rise as reward for his sparkling form at Manchester United last season.

United are on the trail of Fenerbahce's 19-year-old midfielder Salih Ucan, who is currently playing for hosts Turkey at the Under-20 World Cup.

THE MAIL ON SUNDAY

Wayne Rooney's future will be decided this week as he finally sits down with new Manchester United boss David Moyes.

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has turned his attentions to Brazil striker Fred and Benfica striker Oscar Cardoza.

Chelsea have made a fresh bid of £45m for Edinson Cavani.

Steve McClaren is on an FA list of no fewer than 12 names to replace Stuart Pearce as England Under-21 boss.

SUNDAY TIMES

West Brom want to recruit Demba Ba on loan for next season.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Bakary Sako has pleaded with Wolves to allow him to fulfil his dream of playing in the Premier League.

Crystal Palace are expected to complete the signing of Peterborough striker Dwight Gayle.

Spurs are expected to complete the £17m signing of Paulinho this week.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Arsenal have made a £20m bid for Wayne Rooney.

Aston Villa will slap a £25m price tag on Christian Benteke.

Aston Villa are targeting Belgian's Nacer Chadli.

Michael Laudrup is set for crunch talks with Swansea chairman Huw Jones this week.

Newcastle have put a £25m price tag on Yohan Cabaye.

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