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Paper Talk: United chase Fellaini

Manchester United remain in the hunt for Marouane Fellaini, while Liverpool are said to be keen to sign teenage wonder boy Richairo Zivkovic.

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Marouane Fellaini: Could be heading for Old Trafford

Marouane Fellaini: Could be heading for Old Trafford

SUNDAY EXPRESS

David Moyes reckons the returning Wayne Rooney moved a step closer to staying at Manchester United after his "incredibly committed" display in their romp at Swansea.

Fulham boss Martin Jol suffered a shock during his attempts to sign Tottenham's England midfielder, Scott Parker.

Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal are all attempting to bring 17-year-old PSV Eindhoven winger Zakaria Bakkali to the Premier League.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Manchester United will launch a bid to sign Marouane Fellaini on the cheap this week.

Arsene Wenger insisted Arsenal did not suffer a humiliating opening-day defeat because of his lack of spending.

Newcastle players and staff fear Alan Pardew is already fighting to save his job.

Liverpool are keen to sign teenage wonder boy Richairo Zivkovic.

Paolo Di Canio is ready to wheel and deal again after a nightmare start to the season at Sunderland.

Liverpool are on the brink of signing Brazil star Willian.

Arsenal will be told to pay £25million to make Michu their transfer Plan B.

Crystal Palace have launched a £2million bid for Nancy winger Yohan Mollo.

Luka Modric wants to become Manchester United's star signing.

PEOPLE

Jose Mourinho will make a final bid of £40million for Wayne Rooney within the next 48 hours.

Gareth Bale is fuming at claims he is giving Spurs the silent treatment.

THE SUN

Frank Lampard says he would love Wayne Rooney at Chelsea.

Paolo Di Canio insists Stephane Sessegnon is not leaving the Stadium of Light.

Jose Mourinho insists he will walk away from Chelsea if he is a disaster and fails to win a trophy in his second spell.

Tottenham are slugging it out with Southampton for Pablo Osvaldo.

Arsenal will have to pay £25million to land Michu from Swansea.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Chris Coleman says he feels sorry for Spurs star Gareth Bale over his £81m move to Real Madrid.

Man Utd's raids for the Everton pair of Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines will help clinch a £15m Toffees move for Wigan midfield ace James McCarthy, 22.

Brendan Rodgers has been urged to splash the cash on samba ace Willian by Liverpool great Jan Molby.

Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea are eyeing a move for Radamel Falcao after reports suggested Monaco may be forced to sell the player after a dispute over their tax status.

Sunderland have switched their sights to Juventus left-back Paolo De Ceglie after missing out on Aly Cissokho.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is showing interest in Benfica striker Oscar Cardozo as he tries to beef up his attack.

Reading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak is looking at options of a return to Russia.

James McClean has blamed the boo boys for forcing him out of Sunderland.

Newcastle director of football Joe Kinnear has been offered wing wonder Jefferson Montero - but Crystal Palace lead the chase for the Ecuador ace.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Wayne Rooney has publicly told David Moyes that he needs a run of games to regain "100 per cent" fitness even though he is still pushing for a move to Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager, criticised referee Anthony Taylor and again defended his transfer policy after coming under fire from supporters following a surprise 3-1 defeat by Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium yesterday.

SUNDAY TIMES

Wayne Rooney betrayed his continued determination to leave Manchester United by refusing to celebrate with his team after helping to create the second of two brilliant Robin van Persie goals as United eased to a 4-1 win at Swansea in David Moyes' first Premier League match in charge.

INDEPENDENT

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said he is prepared to strengthen his squad before the end of the transfer window after facing a hostile reaction to yesterday's 3-1 home defeat to Aston Villa.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Wayne Rooney has finally accepted that he will not be allowed to leave Manchester United to join Chelsea and has had to settle for another season at Old Trafford.

Luis Suarez declined the opportunity last night to tell the world that he wants to stay at Liverpool. But his manager Brendan Rodgers declared himself "very satisfied with how everything has been resolved".

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