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Paper Talk: Gunners go for Barry

Arsenal are eyeing Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry, while Tom Ince is a target for Liverpool, who will sell Jonjo Shelvey to Swansea.

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DAILY TELEGRAPH

Steve McClaren has accepted a three-month contract to work alongside Harry Redknapp at QPR.

West Ham have had a £10m bid for Wilfried Bony rejected by Vitesse Arnhem with the striker more likely to join Swansea.

Everton are close to signing Wigan striker Arouna Kone for £5m.

Swansea have agreed a £6m deal with Liverpool for Jonjo Shelvey.

Darren Bent has returned to pre-season training at Aston Villa.

DAILY STAR

Wayne Rooney has been warned that it may be too late to save his Manchester United career.

Liverpool are ready to hijack Tom Ince's move to Cardiff.

Steve McClaren wants to return to management despite his shock appointment at QPR as a coach.

Le Havre defender Benjamin Mendy is due on Wearside this week to tie up a move to Sunderland.

Roberto Martinez is poised to land his first Everton signings and is close to completing moves for Arouna Kone and Antolin Alcaraz.

Alejandro Pozuelo has become the seventh Spanish import at Swansea.

Crystal Palace have completed the signing of Stephen Dobbie from Brighton.

Fulham are closing in on a deal for Wolves midfielder Bakary Sako.

DAILY MAIL

Chelsea will step up their bid for Wayne Rooney and Robert Lewandowski after PSG tabled a £43m bid for Napoli striker Edinson Cavani.

Darren Bent has been told he will play no part in Aston Villa's pre-season.

Steve McClaren has joined Harry Redknapp's backroom staff at QPR.

Swansea have made a £6m move for Belgian international Nacer Chadli.

Crystal Palace are launching a £3m bid for Leeds right back Sam Byram.

Cardiff are hopeful of sealing an £11m deal for Celtic's Victor Wanyama.

Sunderland's £4m offer for AZ Alkmaar striker Jozy Altidore has been rejected.

Fulham are in talks over a £1.5m move for Dinamo Bucharest forward Marius Alexe.

DAILY MIRROR

Chelsea will have to smash the British transfer record to land Edinson Cavani and must go to £53m.

Tottenham are set to turn their attentions to Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke.

Nicklas Bendtner is set to end his Arsenal career this week with a £3m move to Eintracht Frankfurt.

Wolves will seal a deal for Bolton defender Sam Ricketts today.

Crystal Palace are making a £2.5m bid for Leeds right-back Sam Byram.

Newcastle are ready to let James Perch leave to join Wigan.

Leicester want Derby's Jamie Ward in a £750,000 deal.

DAILY EXPRESS

Wayne Rooney wants Manchester United to publicly acknowledge he did not ask for a move during his showdown talks with Sir Alex Ferguson in April.

Steve McClaren has joined QPR as part of the coaching staff on a short-term basis.

Stoke have signed Spain U21 defender Marc Muniesa from Barcelona.

Arouna Kone is set for a £5m move from Wigan to Everton.

Kolo Toure has completed his free transfer to Liverpool.

Chelsea are set to make an £8m move for Portuguese wonderkid Armindo Tue Na Bangna.

Fulham are in talks with Wolves winger Bakary Sako.

THE SUN

Arsenal have targeted Gareth Barry.

Former Manchester United assistant Mike Phelan says Wayne Rooney wants to quit Old Trafford.

Roberto Martinez wants Swansea's Nathan Dyer at Everton.

Bournemouth are to host Real Madrid in a pre-season friendly.

Kevin Phillips hopes to seal a one-year deal with Crystal Palace.

Watford have signed out-of-contract Nottingham Forest midfielder Lewis McGugan.

Swansea last night agreed a £6m deal for Liverpool's Jonjo Shelvey.

Free agent Danny Haynes is in talks with Millwall.

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