Paper Talk: Guti in Hammers link

Former Real Madrid midfielder Guti is a free-transfer target for West Ham, while Arsenal are being linked with Russia star Alan Dzagoev.

Last Updated: 17/06/12 at 09:47 Post Comment

Guti: Left Besiktas last November

Guti: Left Besiktas last November

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DAILY MIRROR

Everton chairman Bill Kenwright is ready to make David Moyes one of Europe's best paid managers to keep him away from Tottenham.

Harry Redknapp claimed he would have won the Premier League title in the next couple of years if he had been left in charge of Tottenham.

Edin Dzeko is a £25million target for Bayern Munich as Manchester City look to clear the decks so they can sign Robin van Persie.

Former Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish has been offered a chance to manage Besiktas.

Salomon Kalou is back on Arsenal's wish-list following his release by Chelsea.

THE SUN

Harry Redknapp insists he never wanted to leave Tottenham but vowed: "I'm still in love with football - I'll be back soon." As for his sacking, he added: "I won't slit my throat over it."

Wigan chief Dave Whelan insists he will not stop Tottenham talking to Roberto Martinez.

Gary Lineker reckons Tottenham are 'idiots' for parting company with Harry Redknapp.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has made a bold move to make former Real Madrid star Guti his first signing of the summer. The 35-year-old is available on a free transfer after leaving Besiktas last November.

Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has been handed £25million to improve his squad.

Inter Milan will use Andrea Ranocchia as makeweight in their move for Manchester City's Aleksandar Kolarov.

Shenhua Shanghai insist they can still sign Didier Drogba despite his high wage demands.

West Brom are at a stalemate with Birmingham over goalkeeper Ben Foster.

DAILY MAIL

Harry Redknapp has hit back at his critics and defended his record as Tottenham manager.

Arsenal are keen on signing Russia international Alan Dzagoev.

Ryan Nelsen is expected to undergo a medical at QPR on Friday ahead of a free transfer.

Barnsley are showing interest in former Middlesbrough striker Mido, who is a free agent.

DAILY STAR

David Moyes is flying back from holiday in America for talks with Everton owner Bill Kenwright as Tottenham step up their bid to make him their next boss.

Roy Keane is competing with Alan Curbishley, Phil Brown and Lee Clark to become the new Birmingham boss.

DAILY EXPRESS

Roy Keane is on a shortlist to become the next manager of Birmingham.

Gabriel Tamas wants to stay at West Brom as they prepare for Jonas Olsson's departure.

Bolton plan to test Leicester's resolve with a £1.5million bid for defender Matt Mills next week.

Sven-Goran Eriksson has delivered a stark warning to Roy Hodgson by claiming it is "in the heart and soul of every Swede to make life miserable for England".

DAILY RECORD

Walter Smith has been told to fork out £20million if he wants to grab control of Rangers from Charles Green.

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