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Paper Talk: Moyes targets spending spree

Seamus Coleman and Luke Shaw top Man United boss David Moyes' £100m transfer wish-list, while Liverpool could move for Chelsea's Ashley Cole.

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THE SUN

Manchester City were in talks with Pep Guardiola and Carlo Ancelotti - months before axing Roberto Mancini.

Arsenal's thrashing at Anfield followed a vicious training-ground bust up between Per Mertesacker and a team-mate.

Wes Hoolahan is trying to force a move away from Norwich for a third time this year.

Massimo Cellino insists he will return Leeds to their former glories.

Ronald Koeman has applied to be the next Swansea manager.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Liverpool are interested in a summer move for Ashley Cole - with the out-of-favour Chelsea star keen to stay in the Premier League.

Manchester City have told Real Madrid that Sergio Aguero is not for sale - whatever the fee.

Arsenal are set to make a move for Southampton full-back Calum Chambers.

Hugo Lloris is a target for Barcelona with the keeper likely to quit Tottenham this summer if they fail to qualify for the Champions League.

Manchester City ditched plans to appoint Jose Mourinho - because he was desperate to one day become Manchester United boss.

Marc Overmars has warned the Premier League big guns to keep their hands off Ajax wonderboy Joel Veltman.

Real Madrid want Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois after a recruitment drive launched by Jose Mourinho.

West Ham failed in a deadline day bid to sign Tottenham's Kyle Naughton on loan from Tottenham.

PEOPLE

Andy Carroll's World Cup dream is over - because of his three-match ban.

David Moyes is to take his Manchester United stars for a five-day Dubai training break.

Nemanja Vidic decided to leave Manchester United because they only offered him a one year contract.

Hugo Lloris is ready to quit Tottenham if they fail to make the top four.

Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers likes the look of Chesterfield's giant keeper Aaron Chapman.

Wes Hoolahan is ready to try one more push to leave Norwich.

Bolton centre-half Zat Knight is wanted by MLS side Philadelphia Union.

Jordan Rhodes will sign a £40k-a-week deal to stay at Blackburn.

Arsenal target Rodrigo Moreno is now valued at a staggering £26million.

Barcelona and Real Madrid are tracking Fulham youngster Patrick Roberts.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to stop Cardiff forward Craig Bellamy from hanging up his boots.

Wolves boss Kenny Jackett wants Celtic's young striker Callum McGregor.

Roberto Martinez has stolen a march on Manuel Pellegrini in the pursuit of Tenerife starlet Ayoze Perez.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is putting Nottingham Forest's young centre-half Jamaal Lascelles on his summer transfer-list.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Manchester United manager David Moyes is planning to spend £45m to sign full-backs Seamus Coleman, 25, and Luke Shaw, 18, from Everton and Southampton respectively.

Wayne Rooney wants to stay at Manchester United and break Sir Bobby Charlton's goalscoring record.

Manchester United will save an incredible £320,000-a-week in wages with the summer departures of Nemanja Vidic, Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra.

Everton are weighing up a £1.6million bid for Ayoze Perez in the summer.

Newcastle are bracing themselves for a £9million bid for Papiss Cisse from Rubin Kazan.

Verona are setting their sights on Sunderland defender Valentin Roberge.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

David Moyes will present Manchester United with an unprecedented £100million transfer hit-list this summer. Top targets are Juventus midfield pair Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Arsenal are ready to make a shock summer move for Manchester City's England midfielder Gareth Barry.

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was there, it was embarrassing - the team looked totally unbalanced from the off, the defence was woeful and when Mikel came off injured it got even worse with nobody in front of them. Up front on several occasions we had opportunities and nobody would shoot - it was a complete farse! On the back of Salah's performance I'm glad there is talk of getting shot...

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