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Victor Valdes: A transfer target for Arsenal

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THE SUN

John Terry has had an amazing bust-up with Chelsea interim boss Rafa Benitez.

Under-fire Arsene Wenger said he had no regrets after Arsenal suffered another shock cup KO.

Arsenal are considering a move for Barcelona keeper Victor Valdes.

Liverpool have been told they can land Argentina ace Lucas Biglia for a cut-price £4.5million in the summer.

Nigel Reo-Coker looks set to join MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps.

Hull boss Steve Bruce is on the verge of signing Peterborough winger George Boyd on loan.

Ryan Nelsen wants to offer Football League rejects the chance to reignite their careers with FC Toronto.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Swansea boss Michael Laudrup is emerging as a potential successor to Roberto Mancini if the Manchester City manager loses his job.

Chelsea and Manchester United are the latest clubs to check out Vitesse Arnhem hotshot Wilfried Bony.

Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has emerged as a summer transfer target for Barcelona.

Michael Laudrup is unconcerned by reports linking Swansea skipper Ashley Williams with a £15million move to Liverpool.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Liverpool fear summer transfer raids on their star players like Luis Suarez.

Yaya Toure's hopes of landing a new Manchester City contract will hinge on his international plans.

Chelsea's bid to sign Atletico Madrid hot-shot Radamel Falcao has been boosted by the Spanish club's interest in Fernando Torres.

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup has fired a thinly-veiled "hands-off" warning to Liverpool over Wales captain Ashley Williams.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is planning a summer clearout as part of phase two of his rebuild.

PEOPLE

Manchester City will offer a deal worth £23million - which could include two players - to tempt Everton into selling Marouane Fellaini.

Manchester United and Chelsea are going head-to-head for the signing of Hamburg attacker Son Heung-Min.

LA Galaxy are willing to share Frank Lampard with a European club to avoid harming his England prospects.

Radamel Falcao has big doubts about joining Chelsea due to Roman Abramovich's erratic decision making.

Roberto Martinez will be Everton's number one choice to replace David Moyes if the manager leaves Goodison Park this summer.

Robin van Persie has pleaded with Sir Alex Ferguson not to rest him during the run-in.

Neil Warnock will be sacked as Leeds boss if Adam Pearson's takeover bid is successful, with Nigel Adkins the frontrunner to replace him.

Brendan Rodgers is angry with the Premier League for scheduling Liverpool's home game against Swansea for today.

Sergio Aguero insists Manchester City have not given up on the title.

Leeds defender Jason Brown says Manchester City's players live in a "different world" to that of their FA Cup opponents.

West Ham are lining up a free transfer move for Maynor Figuerora.

Aiden McGeady wants a move to the Premier League, with Sunderland interested.

Bolton striker Tom Eaves is wanted by Tranmere.

Charlie Adam's future at Stoke is already in doubt.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Nigel Adkins has been lined up by Leeds to replace Neil Warnock.

Joe Hart fears he could be axed by Roberto Mancini.

Javier Hernandez says David De Gea will be the world's best goalkeeper in a couple of years.

Liverpool have been told to forget making a bid for Swansea's Ashley Williams.

Paul Ince will be named Blackpool boss on Monday.

Victor Moses is set to play for Chelsea today after returning from the African Cup of Nations £250,000 richer and with a plot of land in Nigeria as reward for his country's victory.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

David Moyes has emerged as a shock contender to take over from Arsene Wenger at Arsenal next season.

Liverpool are looking at Wigan goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi as a cheaper alternative to Asmir Begovic.

James Milner has revealed that crisis talks took place earlier this week between the Manchester City players and Roberto Mancini.

David Beckham is set to make his PSG debut next week - against Joey Barton's Marseille.

Rafael Benitez says John Terry's knee problems will mean he cannot play every game.

Aaron Ramsey says it has taken him three years to get over his potentially career-threatening injury.

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