Regional Paper Talk: Toffees eye McGeady

Spartak Moscow wideman Aiden McGeady is heading for Everton in a £4m deal and Cardiff City and Hull have been linked with Lee Cattermole.

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Hamburg want to bring Arsenal defender Johan Djourou back to the Bundesliga.

Leyton Orient will take on New York Cosmos in a friendly at the Matchroom Stadium on Wednesday July 24.

Andre Villas-Boas says he is committed to Tottenham, despite being linked with the vacant managerial post at Paris Saint-Germain.

Arsenal are close to completing the signing of Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain, according to the player's dad.

Chelsea defender David Luiz has emerged as a target for French giants Paris Saint-Germain.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Gregg Wylde has signed for Aberdeen, following his release at Bolton.

Sam Ricketts could be the next casualty of Dougie Freedman's Bolton clear-out after opening talks with League One Wolves.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Blackburn Rovers are considering a move to bring Paul Gallagher back to Ewood Park after the forward was made available by Leicester.

THE STAR

Febian Brandy, who has yet to sign a new contract with Walsall, is understood to feature Sheffield United's list of potential targets.

Sheffield Wednesday have distanced themselves from reports linking them with giant Dinamo Zagreb striker Ivan Krstanovic.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

New Manchester United boss David Moyes will have the final decision on the future of striker Wayne Rooney.

Manchester City are set to reconsider their options with Isco set to sign for Real Madrid and a possible renewed bid for Napoli striker Edinson Cavani is on the cards.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

After landing his third signing of the summer, with Simon Mignolet soon to make it four, Brendan Rodgers paid tribute to the backroom staff who had sacrificed summer holidays to ensure the Reds got their business conducted quickly.

Brendan Rodgers insists that Liverpool are in complete control of the Luis Suarez situation - and the Reds boss says he is "relaxed" about the striker's constant declarations of desire for a move to Real Madrid.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United's new director of football Joe Kinnear has apologised to Newcastle supporters after his rant last week.

Lee Cattermole could be reunited with Steve Bruce at Hull City if the Sunderland skipper leaves Wearside this summer.

THE JOURNAL

Tom Ince has emerged as a target for Newcastle United as the makings of a new transfer blueprint start to take shape at St James' Park.

Cardiff City and Hull have emerged as potential escape routes for Lee Cattermole, the Sunderland captain who has been told he is surplus to requirements.

EVENING GAZETTE

Middlesbrough are closing in on the signing of 25-year-old Debrecen midfielder and Hungarian international Jozsef Varga.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Sunderland will not rebuff offers for Stephane Sessegnon this summer.

DAILY ECHO

Southampton target Victor Wanyama has revealed that his potential transfer to St Mary's has stalled because the personal terms offered were "not right" for him.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Owen Coyle is glad to be linking-up with Ali Al Habsi again - and admitted he never wanted to lose him in the first place.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Birmingham have abandoned their pursuit of Jack Hobbs and are now looking at other loan options.

Jores Okore has revealed how a positive telephone pep-talk from Paul Lambert has cranked up his excitement about reporting for Aston Villa pre-season training next week.

Richard Garlick has reassured West Brom fans that the club are making progress on the transfer front - as the Baggies prepare to speak to Franco Di Santo.

EXPRESS & STAR

Wolves today took the first steps towards a clear-out for League One after transfer-listing big earners Roger Johnson, Jamie O'Hara, Karl Henry and Stephen Ward.

West Brom will hold further talks with free-agent striker Franco di Santo as the hunt for replacements continues at the Hawthorns.

NEWHAM RECORDER

New West Ham signing Razvan Rat has admitted it will be an 'honour' to wear the club's colours after completing a move to the Upton Park last month.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Swansea are working on a deal which will see Jonathan de Guzman return to the Liberty for a second season-long loan spell.

THE SENTINEL

Midfield flop Wilson Palacios may yet be handed one final chance to get his disastrous Stoke City career off the ground at long last.

THE SCOTSMAN

Cardiff City have emerged as contenders for the signature of Victor Wanyama.

Spartak Moscow wideman Aiden McGeady looks to be heading for Everton in a £4million deal.

EVENING TIMES

Carolos Bocanegra was today tipped for a move back to the MLS as Rangers' players returned to pre-season training at Murray Park.

Neil Lennon is bracing himself for a summer in which he could lose three key players - Victor Wanyama, Fraser Forster and Gary Hooper.

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