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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Crystal Palace have announced the capture of Sevilla starlet Jose Campana, subject to Premier League and FA clearance.

Chelsea are prepared to make Wayne Rooney their highest-paid player - and risk unsettling their other first-team stars - in order to lure the striker to Stamford Bridge.

Tottenham will ignore any attempt by Manchester United to sign Gareth Bale.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has admitted he is shocked at the amount being spent by Premier League clubs in the light of UEFA's financial fair play ruling.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says the club would be 'on alert' if former captain Cesc Fabregas decided to quit Barcelona this summer.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Jermaine Beckford's arrival at Bolton will be good news for the club's young strikers, says Dougie Freedman.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Gary Bowyer says Yann Songo'o has impressed during his trial spell at Blackburn - as he prepares to make a final decision on whether to offer the defender a contract.

Blackburn boss Gary Bowyer said last night that he was unaware of reported interest from Italian side Livorno in Gael Givet - with the Frenchman's future still unresolved.

THE STAR

Lyle Taylor revealed he had no hesitation in joining Sheffield United after discovering the League One club wanted to sign him from Falkirk.

Sheff Weds favourite Reda Johnson is in contention to feature in next week's pre-season friendly with Glasgow Rangers.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Angelo Balanta will have showdown talks with Harry Redknapp over his QPR future in the next few weeks.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Man City are expected to complete the £20million signing of striker Negredo from Sevilla today, subject to a medical examination.

Man Utd chief executive Ed Woodward today arrived back from Australia on urgent transfer business.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Brendan Rodgers expects Luis Suarez to stay at Liverpool and spearhead the club's push for a Champions League spot this season.

Darron Gibson can pull the strings at the heart of Everton's new look midfield next season.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew says he has no qualms about handing the captain's armband to Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa this season.

Sunderland are aiming to wrap up a £3.3m deal for Argentine full-back Gino Peruzzi today - a move that will nudge outcast Phil Bardsley closer to the exit.

Sunderland have lost patience with Argentinian defender Lucas Orban and are ready to explore other options.

THE JOURNAL

Papiss Cisse's Newcastle United future looks to be doomed because of his refusal to wear a Wonga-branded shirt.

A fresh move for Manchester City striker John Guidetti could be on the cards for Sunderland as Danny Graham looks likely to leave for Hull.

EVENING GAZETTE

Marvin Emnes rates his stunning opener in Middlesbrough's friendly win at Morecambe as one of the best goals he's ever scored.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Hull are hopeful that a loan deal for Sunderland striker Danny Graham will be sealed before the weekend.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Owen Coyle's summer spending is by no means done at Wigan with Bristol City winger Albert Adomah linked with amove to the DW Stadium.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Christian Benteke has reported back at Bodymoor Heath for training with Aston Villa's first team squad.

Ciaran Clark has signed a new three-year deal at Aston Villa.

EXPRESS & STAR

Wolves have made an approach for their former striker Craig Davies.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Leeds United are in the market for another goalkeeper after conceding that Jamie Ashdown is unlikely to be fit for the start of the season.

THE PINK UN

Norwich City midfielder Elliott Bennett insists the Canaries expect no let up in the ferocity of Premier League combat this season.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Jonathan de Guzman has his fingers crossed that a second successful year at Swansea City will see him go to next summer's World Cup.

THE SENTINEL

Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones linked with a move to West Brom.

EVENING TIMES

Scott Brown will plead to boss Neil Lennon to play him when Celtic host Cliftonville in the second leg of their Champions League qualifier on Tuesday.

Rangers chief executive Craig Mather has dismissed concerns that the Light Blues' summer spending spree has over-stretched the club financially.

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