Paper Talk: City consider Ed and Vic

Edinson Cavani and Victor Wanyama may move to Manchester City as part of a £60million summer influx, while Coventry could appoint Phil Brown.

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Cavani: Linked with Manchester City

Cavani: Linked with Manchester City

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THE SUN

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson hailed his Bernabeu battlers and roared: "Now we've got a great chance."

Zinedine Zidane has tipped PSG new boy David Beckham to become a massive hit in Ligue 1.

Peter Odemwingie admits even his own West Brom team-mates do not want a lift off him these days - in case they end up in London.

William Gallas expects to leave Tottenham in the summer and wants to sign off with a Euro double - by winning the Europa League and finishing in the top four to seal Champions League qualification.

DAILY MIRROR

Swansea boss Michael Laudrup is set for talks over a new deal.

David Beckham could make his PSG debut this weekend.

Coventry are in talks with Phil Brown about a return to management.

DAILY STAR

Zinedine Zidane has told PSG fans they will be shocked by how good David Beckham still is.

Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas has risked another row with Hugo Lloris by denying him the chance to face his former club.

Tottenham target Leandro Damiao could be heading to Italy instead, according to his agent.

Tottenham outcast John Bostock is set for a loan move to MLS side San Jose Earthquakes.

Michael Laudrup is set to open contract talks with Swansea, according to his agent.

Steven Reid reckons Romelu Lukaku would be better off staying at West Brom next season rather than warming the Chelsea bench.

Celtic's Kelvin Wilson has backed Efe Ambrose to bounce back from his Champions League calamities.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester City are ready to begin a £60million-plus overhaul of their squad with summer moves for Edinson Cavani and Victor Wanyama.

Barcelona are keen to revive their interest in Chelsea's David Luiz.

Blackpool have held talks with Paul Ince over their manager's job.

Liverpool have enquired about Sampdoria striker Mauro Icardi.

DAILY EXPRESS

Kris Commons has accused Efe Ambrose of "letting the team down" following Celtic's Champions League thumping by Juventus.

Birmingham boss Lee Clark hopes Stoke will loan him Jack Butland next season.

Mark Robins is set to be confirmed as Huddersfield's new manager on Thursday.

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ell, it wouldn't be a summer without Arsenal fans fretting over losing a key player, and United throwing their weight around and muscling in on transfer deals which are (apparently) near to completion. If we can't be entertained by the football on the pitch, let's enjoy the silly off-pitch soap opera of the transfer season. Hurrah!

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