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DAILY MIRROR

Jose Mourinho has admitted he will leave Real Madrid this summer and has hinted he is on his way to Chelsea.

Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul is on AC Milan's summer shopping list with the Italians lining up a £12m bid.

Swansea are keen on Manchester City's Norway U21 midfielder Abdisalam Ibrahim, currently on loan at Stromsgodset.

Belgian defender Thomas Vermaelen is determined to fight for his future at Arsenal despite finding himself out in the cold again, while the Gunners will face competition from Lazio for Anderlecht defender Cheikhou Kouyate.

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup believes his side's Premier League clashes with Cardiff next season will feel just like the Rome derbies between Roma and Lazio.

A radical scheme to increase the number of ethnic minority managers in English football is set to be pioneered by League Two clubs.

THE SUN

Wayne Rooney's Manchester United future was again thrown into doubt after he was subbed 19 minutes from time in last night's 2-2 draw at West Ham.

Stoke may be forced to sell £15m-rated goalkeeper Asmir Begovic, 25, if they are relegated with a host of Premier League clubs interested.

Former Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou, now at French club Lille, has opened the door on a possible summer move to Arsenal.

Wigan are locked in a three-way battle with Espanyol and Real Zaragoza for Deportivo La Coruna striker Riki who is out of contract in the summer.

Reading midfielder Jem Karacan, 24, is a target for Turkish giants Galatasaray.

Spanish giants Real Madrid have overtaken Manchester United as the No 1 in football's rich list, with Barcelona third, Arsenal fourth and Bayern Munich fifth.

DAILY STAR

Anzhi Makhachkala are ready to offer QPR defender Chris Samba a rapid return to Russia - just months after selling him to the R's.

England manager Roy Hodgson claims the Premier League is in danger of losing its identity.

Brentford are in talks to sign on-loan Charlton striker Bradley Wright-Phillips, 28, on a free transfer in the summer.

DAILY MAIL

Sam Allardyce faces an FA charge after an extraordinary attack on the match officials following West Ham's 2-2 draw with Manchester United last night.

Roy Hodgson fears for the future of the England team because of the number of foreign players in the Barclays Premier League.

Manchester City striker Roque Santa Cruz - currently on loan in Spain at Malaga - is in talks over a move to Brazilian club Botafogo.

West Brom are reviving their interest in Anderlecht striker Matias Suarez, 24, who is back in action after eight months out with a knee injury.

Reading are tracking FC Groningen's 21-year-old winger Leandro Bacuna.

Southampton are battling it out with Bolton to sign Central Coast Mariners defender Trent Sainsbury, 21, who has been nominated as Young Footballer of the Year in Australia.

DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea have met with Malaga's Chilean coach Manuel Pellegrini as they step up their search for a new manager.

Wayne Rooney endured yet another miserable night for Manchester United after being hauled off in last night's 2-2 draw at West Ham.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Chelsea representatives are understood to have held talks with a key adviser to Manuel Pellegrini aimed at bringing the Malaga coach to Stamford Bridge.

England manager Roy Hodgson has expressed his alarm at the number of foreign players in the Premier League.

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