Paper Talk: United chasing PSV's Arias

Manchester United are plotting a £6million move for PSV defender Santiago Arias, while Arsenal are monitoring Jay Rodriguez's injury situation.

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Santiago Arias: Linked with Manchester United switch

Santiago Arias: Linked with Manchester United switch

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DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla admits his side team lack belief and a winning mentality - and hinted at a move if they don't end their nine-year trophy drought soon.

Gunners legend David Seaman claims winning the FA Cup is more important than a Champions League place this season.

Liverpool fans wanting a ticket at Anfield for Sunday's Premier League title-race six-pointer against Manchester City are being charged almost £5,000 a pair by online ticket vendors.

Former Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd has left the door open to a return to St James' Park if club owner Mike Ashley sells up.

DAILY STAR

Hull owner Assem Allam has vowed to fight on after the FA rejected his bid to change the clubs' name.

Arsenal will monitor Jay Rodriguez's recovery having joined the race to sign the Southampton striker before he suffered the knee injury that shattered his World Cup dream.

Sardar Azmoun has revealed Arsenal and AC Milan have started talks with Rubin Kazan to sign him.

DAILY MAIL

Arsenal are searching for answers after Santi Cazorla questioned his side's mentality while admitting he is plotting his Emirates exit strategy.

Cazorla also claims Arsenal are considering a summer move for Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas.

Thibaut Courtois will not line up for Atletico Madrid against his parent club Chelsea if the teams meet in the Champions League semi-finals.

THE SUN

Manchester United are plotting a £6 million swoop for PSV Eindhoven defender Santiago Arias.

On-loan Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina wants to make his Napoli switch permanent.

DAILY EXPRESS

The FA has proposed that from next season anyone involved in the top eight tiers of the English league system will be subject to a worldwide betting ban.

Santi Cazorla has told Arsenal: win trophies or I'm off.

THE GUARDIAN

Fans desperate to be at Sunday's Premier League game are having to pay up to £5,000 for two tickets.

Hull City's owners have been encouraged by the support of Steve Bruce over their proposed change.

Chelsea fear that Eden Hazard may be out for two weeks after picking up a calf injury against PSG.

THE TIMES

Newcastle's Loic Remy and Tim Krul are expected to return from injury for Saturday's fixture away to Stoke City.

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