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Liverpool want Loic Remy as they look to take their summer spending past £100million, while Juventus have joined the race for Romelu Lukaku.

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Juventus are ready to fight it out with Everton, Tottenham and Wolfsburg for the signing of Romelu Lukaku this summer.

Manager Arsene Wenger is confident new Arsenal defender Mathieu Debuchy will fit right into his team's counter-attacking style - with more additions expected before the start of the Premier League campaign.

Chelsea captain John Terry admits the club will miss Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole next season. Lampard and Cole were released at the end of the last campaign after 13 and eight years at Chelsea respectively.

Rio Ferdinand snubbed more lucrative offers to pen a Queens Park Rangers deal.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Louis van Gaal has promised his players they will get the chance to impress him - but warned that he'll buy new ones if they don't.

Pablo Zabaleta has had a stadium named after in his home town following his World Cup exploits.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Brendan Rodgers has vowed to keep on spending with Liverpool's summer transfer outlay set to exceed £100million for the first time in the club's history. Liverpool are in the market for another striker and are keen on Queens Park Rangers' Loic Remy, who has a £8million release clause in his contract.

Liverpool have announced that Robbie Fowler has become an official club ambassador.

Gerard Deulofeu says he learned plenty from his loan spell at Everton - but insisted he deserved to play more games during his stay on Merseyside.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Emmanuel Riviere has sent out a chilling warning to Premier League defences after securing his move to Newcastle United.

THE JOURNAL

Newcastle's spending isn't over, and the club will have noticed Clement Grenier, who they tried to buy in January, has been told he can leave by Lyon.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Billy Jones hopes he can secure Sunderland's right-back spot during pre-season, regardless of further arrivals before the transfer deadline.

Costel Pantilimon insists he and Vito Mannone are starting from scratch in the battle to be Sunderland number one.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Paul Lambert was delighted after seeing Villa's Bomb Squad explode into life at Mansfield last night.

EXPRESS & STAR

West Brom are believed to be close to settling on a deal to bring in Australian defender Jason Davidson after the left-back went "walkabout" from his Dutch club Heracles Almelo.

But hopes of recruiting right-back Alan Hutton appear to be waning following the Scottish international's appearance for Villa in a pre-season friendly at Mansfield last night.

Sheffield Wednedsday have been in touch with Wolves over Roger Johnson again - but any transfer remains up in the air.

THE SENTINEL

Mark Hughes flies out to Stoke City's pre-season training camp in Germany this morning still hot on the trail of three forwards. The Potters are closing in on the signing of Liverpool winger Oussama Assaidi for an initial £4.5m while still pursuing both Bojan and Nathan Redmond.

Norwich boss Neil Adams has warned his old club Stoke City that it will take a mouthwatering bid before he loosens his grip on Nathan Redmond.

THE DAILY ECHO

QPR have agreed a fee with Cardiff for reported Saints target Steven Caulker.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Burnley are set to secure goalkeeper Tom Heaton on a new contract before the Premier League season begins.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Massimo Cellino has revealed that Leeds United's summer signings were likely to run into double figures as he waited on the completion of a deal for Sampdoria's Gaetano Berardi.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Derby County look to be edging closer to landing George Thorne following West Bromwich Albion's public stance yesterday.

WALES ONLINE

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted England internationals Steven Caulker and Fraizer Campbell have almost certainly played their last matches for Cardiff City.

THE PINK UN

Neil Adams warns it will take 'mouthwatering' offers to prize Nathan Redmond or any of his Norwich team mates out of Carrow Road.

Norwich City boss Neil Adams is in the transfer market for a central defender to bolster the Canaries' Championship promotion bid.

EVENING GAZETTE

Where Kenneth Omeruo plays next season will be primarily decided by Chelsea. The Nigeria international has been linked with a loan move to newly-promoted QPR but Boro remain hopeful that he'll return to Teesside for the coming campaign.

Boro have reluctantly admitted defeat in their pursuit of Juanfran.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Dougie Freedman has promised Wanderers fans he will leave no stone unturned in his search for a new strike star before the start of the season.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Jose Riga remains Blackpool manager after crunch talks with Karl Oyston yesterday, but the crisis is far from resolved.

THE ARGUS

Albion are closing in on Barnsley striker Chris O'Grady.

Albion talisman Leo Ulloa is about to end the saga over his future by completing a record-breaking £7 million plus move to Premier League newcomers Leicester City.

IPSWICH STAR

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says he will now 'keep his powder dry' in terms of making any more new signings.

THE STAR

Wolves boss Kenny Jackett insists there has been no approach for Roger Johnson from Sheffield Wednesday.

Nigel Clough has warned Sheffield United will not pay over the odds for Chris O'Grady despite reaffirming their interest in the Barnsley centre-forward.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

Eddie Howe insists he has no immediate plans to loan out Baily Cargill and says the teenager could start the season as Cherries' third-choice central defender.

EVENING TIMES

Derek Johnstone today backed plans to rename the Govan Stand at Ibrox in memory of former team-mate Sandy Jardine.

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