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THE SUN

Spurs were last night holding out for a world record £86.3million from Real Madrid for Gareth Bale.

Chelsea will up their bid for Wayne Rooney to £40million.

Stoke boss Mark Hughes is ready to raid his former employers Manchester City for striker John Guidetti.

Juventus have been urged to sign Nani before the transfer window closes.

Tottenham have sent Yago Falque on loan to Rayo Vallecano.

Roma star Michael Bradley is a £6million target for Sunderland.

West Brom are poised to swoop for Marseille front men Morgan Amalfitano and Jordan Ayew.

Luis Suarez is ready to stay at Liverpool and give up on moving away from Anfield.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Jose Mourinho last night urged David Moyes to sell Wayne Rooney to Chelsea, insisting: "Why keep an unhappy player?"

Angry Everton boss Roberto Martinez last night blasted David Moyes for trying to unsettle his star pair of Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini.

Gareth Bale will be greeted by a 50,000 Bernabau crowd this week when he finally completes his move to Real Madrid.

Ashley Williams is refusing to let talk of a switch to Arsenal affect him - and says he is in no rush to leave Swansea.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has been boosted by the news that PSG have ended their interest in Yohan Cabaye.

Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski has revealed that he has turned down moves to Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid in the past 12 months.

Manuel Pellegrini has been promised another £50million to spend on players in January.

THE PEOPLE

Yohan Cabaye has gone on strike at Newcastle after refusing to play in Toon's opening matches of the season.

Ian Holloway is already fighting for his job at Crystal Palace despite masterminding the club' shock promotion to the Premier League.

Chelsea must bid at least £50million if they are to land Wayne Rooney this week.

Arsenal could offer Juan Mata a surprise escape route from Chelsea.

Newcastle are considering a late move for Watford striker Troy Deeney.

Wigan boss Owen Coyle is ready to make a record-breaking bid for Blackburn Rovers striker Jordan Rhodes.

Derby have told Liverpool it will take a £15million-plus offer for them to part with midfield teen sensation Will Hughes.

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino wants Valencia winger Pablo Piatti.

Chelsea will meet Home Office officials in the next 48 hours in a bid to gain a work permit for Willian.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Gareth Bale flew to Spain yesterday to prepare to sign for Real Madrid - but Tottenham and the Spanish giants are still thrashing out terms of the proposed world-record move.

Wayne Rooney will be allowed to leave Manchester United in the transfer window if he moves abroad.

Tottenham plan to bounce back from losing Brazil international Willian to Chelsea by signing £25million striker Erik Lamela from Roma this week.

Liverpool insisted last night that there has been no contact from Real Madrid over Luis Suarez.

Chelsea will make their final bid of £35million for Manchester United's Wayne Rooney after tomorrow's showdown between the teams.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has pleaded with Manchester United boss David Moyes to sell unsettled striker Wayne Rooney to him.

Roberto Martinez hit out at David Moyes over his pursuit of Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini and branded Manchester United disrespectful.

West Ham will switch their attention to Porto striker Silvestre Varela if they fail to agree a deal for Juventus forward Fabio Quagliarella.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Gareth Bale has agreed a stunning £97million contract to join Real Madrid.

Chelsea will make a £40-million last-ditch bid for Wayne Rooney.

Barcelona are preparing a £10million move for Liverpool central defender Daniel Agger.

Arsenal will this week offer £20million to land French midfield star Yohan Cabaye.

Manchester United face D-Day in their long bid for Cesc Fabregas this week.

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