Paper Talk: Bids for Luiz & Ade lined up

Bayern Munich are to launch a £35m bid for Chelsea's David Luiz, while Besiktas are lining up a £5m swoop for Tottenham's Emmanuel Adebayor.

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DAILY TELEGRAPH

David Moyes has officially joined Manchester United and faces a decision over whether to sell Wayne Rooney to Chelsea for £20m.

Arsenal have been told that Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Lars Bender is not for sale after they made a formal inquiry.

Spurs are on the verge of completing a £17m deal for Paulinho.

Liverpool will pocket a minimum £2.8m windfall from the sale of Thomas Ince to Cardiff from Blackpool.

Arsenal defender Johann Djourou has joined Hamburg on a season-long loan.

Titus Bramble is training with West Ham as he looks for a new club.

Mark Schwarzer has left Fulham.

THE SUN

Jack Wilshere has urged Arsenal to sign Wayne Rooney.

Emmanuel Adebayor could be about to swap Tottenham for Turkey, with Besiktas lining up a £5m swoop.

Steven Nzonzi has been told to forget a move from Stoke.

Arsenal's hopes of landing goalkeeper Julio Cesar have been boosted as the Brazilian wants to stay in London.

West Brom are lining up a move for Nicolas Anelka.

Christopher Samba is to make a shock return to Russians Anzhi Makhachkala from QPR.

Crystal Palace hope to beat Swansea to the £5m signing of Jonjo Shelvey.

Mark Schwarzer, Simon Davies, Chris Baird, Giorgos Karagounis and Mladen Petric are all on the way out of Fulham.

Scotland 'keeper Allan McGregor will complete his £1.8m switch from Besiktas to Hull today.

DAILY MIRROR

Bayern Munich are to launch a £35m bid for Chelsea's David Luiz.

New Manchester United boss David Moyes has turned down an approach from Arsenal for Wayne Rooney - but is now bracing himself for a bid from Chelsea.

Everton are going to pay £5m up front for wantaway Wigan striker Arouna Kone.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke hopes to bring Salomon Kalou back to the Premier League.

Leeds have won the race to sign £1.2m-rated Luke Murphy.

Crystal Palace are in the race to sign Liverpool's Jonjo Shelvey and are prepared to pay the £5m fee.

Atletico Mineiro admit Tottenham target Bernard is likely to leave the Brazilian club within the next few weeks.

DAILY MAIL

West Brom are considering a move for Nicolas Anelka.

Crystal Palace have made an enquiry for Liverpool's Jonjo Shelvey.

Malaga will discuss a deal for Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner.

Cardiff have agreed terms of £35,000 per week for Blackpool's Tom Ince.

Everton hope to buy Wigan's Arouna Kone and Antolin Alcaraz today.

Blackburn have made a bid for Kiko of Vitoria Setubal and are also talking to out-of-contract Matt Kilgallon.

Tottenham have won the fight to land Brazilian midfielder Paulinho.

Titus Bramble is training with West Ham as he looks for a new club.

Jack Wilshere wants Wayne Rooney to join him at Arsenal.

DAILY EXPRESS

Sunderland have signed Modibo Diakite, Valentin Roberge and Cabral.

Norwich have won the race for Birmingham winger Nathan Redmond for £3.2m.

Stoke are weighing up a move for ex-Chelsea defender Michael Mancienne.

Crystal Palace have become the latest club to enquire about Jonjo Shelvey.

Chelsea have been warned off Norwich 'keeper John Ruddy.

Galatasaray have joined the hunt with Juventus and Inter Milan for Manchester City's unsettled Aleksandar Kolarov.

DAILY STAR

Manchester United are set to make an improved £16m bid for Leighton Baines.

Tottenham have made a £17m bid for Roberto Soldado.

Joleon Lescott will quit Manchester City this summer unless he is part of Manuel Pellegrini's plans.

Bristol City have rejected £850,000 bids from Wigan and Crystal Palace for Albert Adomah.

THE TIMES

AC Milan have admitted they may have to sell Stephan Al Shaarawy and may consider taking Fernando Torres of Chelsea as part of any deal.

Arsenal will offer Real Madrid a final bid of £22m for Gonzalo Higuain.

Swansea are close to signing Wilfried Bony after the Vitesse Arnhem striker had a medical last night.

Tottenham technical director Franco Baldini has returned to his former club Roma in a bid to sign Miralem Pjanic.

Aston Villa have told Tottenham Christian Benteke will cost as much as £25m.

Besiktas have enquired about Romelu Lukaku but he is expected to stay at Chelsea.

Jack Wilshere has urged Wayne Rooney to join Arsenal.

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