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Chelsea are eyeing Fraser Forster, Juve have targeted Javier Hernandez, David De Gea will snub Barcelona, and Adrian Lopez is a man in demand.

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THE SUN

Nigel Adkins is the new favourite to take over at Reading after they were snubbed by Gus Poyet.

Fabricio Coloccini's future has been plunged into doubt after footage emerged of him watching old club San Lorenzo.

Coventry City are due in the High Court in London today to try and fight off administration - the day after a subsidiary company of the club went under.

Rickie Lambert last night signed a new deal to stay at Southampton until 2016.

Gael Kakuta has blasted Chelsea's transfer policy and demanded to go on loan again next season.

David De Gea last night vowed to snub Barcelona and stay at Manchester United.

Alan Hutton claims he was "wasting away" at Aston Villa before getting a new lease of life at Real Mallorca.

DAILY MAIL

Juventus have earmarked Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez if they fail to get Luis Suarez.

Norwich City have agreed an £8.5million fee with Sporting Lisbon for striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel.

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has been given the dreaded vote of confidence by chief executive Ferrari Soriano.

Reading's search for a new manager was plunged into uncertainty last night amid reports that No 1 choice Gus Poyet had turned down the job.

DAILY EXPRESS

Coventry City Holdings last night confirmed that a non-operating subsidiary of the club had been placed into administration.

DAILY STAR

Reading striker Adam Le Fondre will be offered a Premier League lifeline by West Brom if the managerless Royals are relegated.

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino has made an £8million bid for Adrian Lopez, joining Liverpool and Tottenham in the race for the Atletico Madrid hotshot.

Celtic want Stevenage midfielder James Dunne, 23, as part of a summer rebuild.

Bristol City boss Sean O'Driscoll has been told that he will not be axed even if the Championship club are relegated.

THE TIMES

West Ham United will be locked into a 10-year commitment to the Olympic Stadium under a deal to be considered today.

Chelsea are considering an attempt to sign Celtic and England goalkeeper Fraser Forster.

Arsenal are considering a move for Sebastien Corchia as a replacement for Bacary Sagna, who is expected to leave the Emirates Stadium in the summer.

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