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Manchester United are closing in on Ezequiel Garay, Cardiff may bid £10m for Oscar Cardozo, and Chelsea have offered £42.5m for Edinson Cavani.

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Ezequiel Garay: Set for big-money move to Old Trafford

Ezequiel Garay: Set for big-money move to Old Trafford

THE SUN

Gary Neville has told Wayne Rooney not to quit Manchester United.

Blackpool have accepted Cardiff's £8m offer for Tom Ince.

Pavel Pogrebnyak has not ruled out quitting relegated Reading.

Peter Crouch has no idea if he has a future at Stoke under Mark Hughes.

Swansea have beaten West Brom to land Gregor Zabret from NK Domzale.

DAILY MIRROR

David Moyes officially starts at Manchester United today and he has been given the green light to sign Benfica's Ezequiel Garay in a £17m swoop.

Danny Murphy will end his unhappy spell at Blackburn this week.

Spurs are closing in on a £15m deal for Dinamo Zagreb's Alen Halilovic and Tin Jedvaj.

Dwight Gayle will join Crystal Palace this week for £6m.

DAILY MAIL

Tottenham want Dinamo Zagreb teenager Alen Halilovic.

Wigan are looking at Liverpool midfielder Jay Spearing while goalkeeper Scott Carson is in talks over a move from Bursaspor.

Danny Murphy is close to a deal to quit Blackburn.

Chelsea have offered £42.5m to Napoli for Edinson Cavani and want Manchester City target Bruma.

Swansea are keen on Club America striker Christian Benitez.

Cardiff may bid £10m for Benfica striker Oscar Cardozo.

Hull are keen on free agent Richard Dunne.

DAILY EXPRESS

Roman Abramovich will not think the job is done unless Chelsea win the Champions League and Premier League again.

Blackpool have accepted an £8m bid from Cardiff for Tom Ince.

DAILY STAR

Arsenal fear being blown out of the water in their bids to sign Wayne Rooney and Gonzalo Higuain.

Stoke are aiming to hijack Hull's bid to sign Burnley striker Charlie Austin.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Jose Mourinho and his coaching staff have been set the challenge by Chelsea of developing world class players from the club's academy.

Darren Bent remains keen on a move to Newcastle although he will seek reassurances that Alan Pardew is staying.

Blackpool have accepted an offer from Cardiff for Tom Ince thought to be worth more than £8m.

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