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Paper Talk: Bayern leading Suarez race

Bayern Munich are leading the race to sign Luis Suarez this summer, while Roman Abramovich has told Jose Mourinho he wants him back at Chelsea.

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Luis Suarez: Bayern hoping to sign him this summer

Luis Suarez: Bayern hoping to sign him this summer

THE SUN

Nigel Adkins is ready to lead Reading's fight for Premier League survival after finally deciding to become their boss.

Sam Allardyce has been warned not to price himself out of a new deal at West Ham.

Norwich striker Simeon Jackson is set to join Brighton on loan.

Arsenal target Stevan Jotevic can set up a summer move to the Premier League - by wrecking England's World Cup dreams tonight.

DAILY STAR

Roman Abramovich has told Jose Mourinho he wants him back at Chelsea.

Real Madrid last night upped the stakes in their £45million bid to land Sergio Aguero from Manchester City.

Aston Villa will pull out all the stops to keep Andreas Weimann.

DAILY MIRROR

Jose Mourinho is close to a Chelsea return after Roman Abramovich agreed to swallow his pride and reappoint the 'Special One'.

Reading are on the brink of naming Nigel Adkins as their new manager - with more than £30m to begin a massive rebuilding job.

Arsenal have joined the hunt for Birmingham's Koby Arthur.

Fulham are keeping tabs on Peterborough striker Dwight Gayle.

DAILY MAIL

Bayern Munich are leading Juventus and Barcelona in the race to sign Luis Suarez this summer.

Chelsea captain John Terry has emerged as a summer target for Fenerbache.

West Ham are ready to begin talks with manager Sam Allardyce this week over a new three-year contract.

Manchester United scouts watched 25-year-old Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic play for Bosnia against Greece on Friday.

DAILY EXPRESS

Roman Abramovich is close to clinching a deal to bring Jose Mourinho back to Chelsea.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Nigel Adkins has been promised a £1.5million survival bonus and substantial transfer funds for this summer if he takes over at Reading.

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