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Liverpool are weighing up a move for Carlos Tevez and will battle Arsenal for Simon Mignolet, while Man United are chasing Guillermo Varela.

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Carlos Tevez: Linked with move to Anfield

Carlos Tevez: Linked with move to Anfield

THE SUN

Arsenal have cleared the way for Arsene Wenger to sign Wayne Rooney.

Fernandinho sacrificed £4million to make sure his dream move to Manchester City went through.

Simon Mignolet is set to reject a new deal at Sunderland - putting Arsenal and Liverpool on red alert.

Mark Hughes wants Celtic's Gary Hooper to be his first signing at Stoke.

Cardiff are keen to sign former Everton defender Joseph Yobo.

Millwall will name Steve Lomas as their new boss next week.

Crystal Palace look set to sign £2million Celtic target Amido Balde from Vitoria.

Reading have signed Wayne Bridge on a free transfer.

Everton boss Roberto Martinez will offer Leighton Baines a new deal - to try to keep him out of Manchester United's clutches.

Norwich have made an inquiry about Liverpool youngster Jonjo Shelvey.

DAILY MIRROR

Liverpool are considering a shock move for Carlos Tevez as a replacement for Luis Suarez.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been given the green light to make a mega-money move for Wayne Rooney.

Harry Redknapp's future at QPR was still in doubt last night after it emerged the club are unmoved by his threat to quit.

Michael Laudrup is set to quit as Swansea boss despite the club's insistence that he is being backed over transfer targets.

Manchester United are poised to sign Uruguay right-back Guillermo Varela.

New Stoke boss is targeting QPR's Junior Hoilett.

Hull are battling with Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest to land Burnley midfielder Chris McCann.

Rene Meulensteen's chances of landing the Wigan job are receding - despite being championed by Sir Alex Ferguson.

Tom Ince is set for talks on his Blackpool future.

DAILY STAR

Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has told David Moyes: Hands off Leighton Baines.

Manuel Pellegrini will be confirmed as Manchester City's new manager next week after signing a three-year deal at the Etihad Stadium.

Simon Mignolet has stunned Sunderland by revealing he's ready to quit the club.

Norwich boss Chris Hughton is ready to make a £2.5million bid for Reading winger Jimmy Kebe.

DAILY MAIL

Michael Laudrup is on the verge of leaving Swansea City over his transfer dispute with chairman Huw Jenkins.

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has confirmed that he wants Arsene Wenger to extend his contract beyond the end of next season and lead to the club to the top of European football.

Chelsea's search for strikers intensified last night after they placed a £34.9million bid for Zenit St Petersburg's Hulk and then opened talks over a move for £50million-rated Napoli striker Edinson Cavani.

Norwich are intereasted in Liverpool forward Jonjo Shelvey.

Manchester United manager David Moyes is considering a raid on Manchester City for head of academy operations Neil Roberts.

Cardiff are considering a £2million move for former Everton defender Joseph Yobo.

Aston Villa have had a £3million offer for Nordsjaelland defender Jores Okore rejected.

Crystal Palace are looking to beat Celtic to Vitoria striker Amido Balde.

Hull are weighing up a £3million move for Birmingham defender Curtis Davies.

DAILY EXPRESS

Ivan Gazidis insist Arsene Wenger is "still driven" and will be Arsenal manager "for the long term".

Simon Mignolet will hold out for a move to Liverpool after rejecting Sunderland's efforts to persuade him to sign a new deal.

David Moyes is set to make Uruguayan right-back Guillermo Varela his first signing for Manchester United.

Tom Ince is set for talks on his Blackpool future.

THE GUARDIAN

Ivan Gazidis has declared that Arsenal are ready to "compete with any club in the world'' as they enter a new financial era that will give them the power to sign players such as Wayne Rooney.

THE TIMES

Professional football leagues face huge upheaval to accommodate moveable dates for the World Cup finals under proposals to restructure the calendar, The Times has learnt.

Arsenal have moved ahead of Chelsea and Manchester United in the battle to sign Marouane Fellaini from Everton and the midfielder is giving serious consideration to moving to the Emirates Stadium.

Everton are preparing a new contract to Leighton Baines as they look to prevent the left-back from joining David Moyes at Manchester United.

Michael Laudrup could leave Swansea this summer despite assurances from his chairman that the club have funds to spend in the transfer market.

THE INDEPENDENT

The Arsenal chief executive; Ivan Gazidis, last night claimed the club are now able to compete to sign the best players in the world and within two years will rival Bayern Munich as one of football's financial powerhouses.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsenal are preparing to join Manchester United and Bayern Munich among the super-powers of world football and want Arsene Wenger to lead the club into the new era of enhanced wealth.

Everton will offer Leighton Baines a lucrative new contract in an attempt to stop him rejoined his old manager David Moyes at Manchester United.

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