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DAILY MIRROR

Christian Benteke last night rocked Aston Villa by slapping in a transfer request.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is lining up a sensational £40million move for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.

Alan Pardew is making a player-plus-cash deal for QPR's French striker Loic Remy.

Tottenham players are convinced Gareth Bale will be playing alongside them next season.

Andre Villas-Boas is set to miss out on one of his top targets with David Villa heading to Atletico Madrid for just £4.4million.

THE SUN

Rio Ferdinand has warned Wayne Rooney that if he quits Manchester United he may miss out on more medals - just like Cristiano Ronaldo.

Luis Suarez has finally admitted the real reason he wants to quit Liverpool - to play in the Champions League.

Manchester City are cranking up their interest in Fiorentina striker Stevan Jovetic.

Norwich will move for Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster if John Ruddy joins Chelsea.

Laurent Blanc wants Yohan Cabaye at mega-rich Paris Saint-Germain.

Grant Holt has sealed his move to Wigan from Norwich on a three-year deal.

German whizkid Julian Draxler will snub a move to England and stay at Schalke.

Arsenal fear Real Madrid are trying to jack up the price for Gonzalo Higuain.

Jermain Defoe believes Gareth Bale can help Tottenham get back in the Champions League.

DAILY STAR

Gareth Barry has opened talks with Arsenal over a possible £4million move to the Emirates.

Tottenham are weighing up an increased £25million bid for Roberto Soldado after missing out in the race for David Villa.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez has completed his first signing for the Goodison Park outfit with the capture of striker Arouna Kone.

Bryan Robson has told Wayne Rooney he'd be a fool to quit Manchester United.

Lee Camp could be thrown a Premier League lifeline by Hull City.

Martin Jol wants six more summer signings as part of his Fulham shake-up.

Chelsea have had an improved offer of £6million for Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy rejected.

DAILY MAIL

Chelsea will match Wayne Rooney's £240,000-a-week wages in a five-year deal worth a staggering £60million, if he can force his way out of Manchester United.

Alan Pardew has warned Joe Kinnear that he is in charge of all first-team affairs at Newcastle.

Liverpool have held further talks with Luis Suarez's agent and reiterated their determination to keep him at Anfield.

Rio Ferdinand has urged Manchester United team-mate Wayne Rooney to commit his future to the Premier League champions.

Everton are working on a deal for £8m-rated Chelsea winger Victor Moses.

Cardiff are hoping to finalise an £8m deal for Blackpool's Tom Ince today.

Manchester City have abandoned their £15million pursuit of Real Madrid defender Pepe after Carlo Ancelotti persuaded him to stay.

Hull boss Steve Bruce is launching a bid to sign Marseille's Morgan Amalfitano on loan.

DAILY EXPRESS

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has called for Joe Kinnear to show more respect.

Chelsea have had a second improved offer of £6million for goalkeeper John Ruddy rejected by Norwich.

Gareth Bale yesterday unveiled the new Tottenham kit for next season in a hands-off warning to Real Madrid.

Manchester United are poised to launch another move for Leighton Baines.

Norwich have made a bid for Ajax centre-back Toby Alderweireld.

PSG boss Laurent Blanc has stepped up his intention to sign Newcastle's Yohan Cabaye.

Stoke flop Wilson Palacios could be heading for QPR in a swap deal with Samba Diakite.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has dismissed speculation Gonzalo Higuain is about to join Arsenal for £23million.

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