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Chelsea are reported to be considering an SOS call to Fabio Capello, while Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is said to be a Barcelona target.

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THE SUN

Cristiano Ronaldo is willing to take a pay cut to rejoin Manchester United.

A sensational £1.5billion bid for Arsenal is being lined up by a powerful Middle Eastern investment group.

Swansea City are already preparing for life after in-demand boss Michael Laudrup.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Tottenham's Hugo Lloris is the latest Premier League goalkeeper to be linked with Barcelona.

Carlos Vela could return to Arsenal after revealing they have a buy-back clause in his contract with Real Sociedad.

Roberto Mancini will use the remaining games of the season to draw up his chopping list for a summer clear out.

Arsene Wenger insists he would rather have Jack Wilshere in his side than Spurs flyer Gareth Bale - who he has dismissed as 'flavour of the month'.

Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain claims anyone who thinks Gareth Bale is in Cristiano Ronaldo's class should get real.

Sir Alex Ferguson has serious doubts whether his pal Jose Mourinho will quit as Real Madrid boss and head back to the Premier League.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Fabio Capello is the shock candidate to save Chelsea's season.

Chelsea intend to groom captain John Terry as a future manager instead of showing him the door when his contract expires in the summer of 2014.

Manchester City have targeted Real Madrid's Gonzalo Higuain to solve their goal-scoring problems.

Arsenal are drawing up a transfer B-list - in case Tottenham finish above them.

Gedo wants to turn his temporary switch to Hull into a permanent deal.

Paris Saint-Germain want the dream team of Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo to propel them into the football elite.

Jose Mourinho looks certain to leave Real Madrid at the end of the season.

Sir Alex Ferguson insists that Manchester United have been given "no encouragement" to launch a bid to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford.

Christian Benteke will be offered a bumper pay rise to stay at Aston Villa if they avoid relegation.

PEOPLE

Chelsea will send an SOS call to Fabio Capello after Rafa Benitez's midweek rant.

Gareth Bale is prepared to delay his dream move to Real Madrid for one more year - for the sake of his family.

Real Madrid are ready to make a summer raid on Tottenham - for Kyle Walker rather than Gareth Bale.

Tottenham's Hugo Lloris has emerged as a candidate to replace departing Barcelona keeper Victor Valdes.

Manchester United are tracking teenage Brazilian defender Antonio Carlos.

Swansea City's Capital One Cup final hero Nathan Dyer is set for contract talks as fears grow he could leave on the cheap in the summer.

Everton are keen to send Luke Garbutt to the Championship.

Fulham's Urby Emanuelson will have decisive talks over his future with AC Milan this summer.

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino is chasing Espanyol left-back Victor Alvarez.

Norwich City are ready to make a new move for Celtic striker Gary Hooper.

Manchester City's forgotten man Scott Sinclair is wanted on loan by Dougie Freedman's promotion hopefuls Bolton.

Charlton face a fight to hang on to striker Danny Haynes, with Championship rivals Brighton and Huddersfield keen to take him in the summer.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Guus Hiddink could return to Chelsea at the end of the season.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

A Middle East consortium is poised to make a £1.5billion takeover bid for Arsenal within the next few weeks.

Chelsea intend to allow Rafael Benitez to stay on as the club's interim manager until the end of the season.

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