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Liverpool are ready to send Andy Carroll back to Newcastle in a swap deal with Hatem Ben Arfa and Aston Villa want Walsall hotshot Will Grigg.

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Hatem Ben Arfa: Wanted at Anfield

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Fulham, Southampton and Wigan are battling to take Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois on loan next season.

Borussia Dortmund are in the hunt for Chelsea striker Kevin De Bruyne.

Bacary Sagna will be a summer target for Paris Saint Germain.

Aston Villa have joined the chase for 19-goal Walsall hotshot Will Grigg.

West Brom are talking with Youssouf Mulumbu over a new deal.

Newcastle are ready to fight it out with Everton for Portuguese striker Amido Balde.

Manchester United are on the trail of Egyptian prodigy Saleh Gomaa.

The Football League are set to unveil a new title sponsorship deal with B&Q.

Neil Redfearn has ruled himself out of the running for the Leeds job.

DAILY MIRROR

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to send Andy Carroll back to Newcastle in a swap deal with Hatem Ben Arfa.

Neil Lennon is a shock contender for the Everton job if David Moyes leaves this summer.

Paul Lambert has confirmed Aston Villa are in talks to offload flop Jean Makoun to Rennes on a permanent deal.

QPR keeper Julio Cesar is a summer target for AC Milan.

Arsene Wenger fears he will miss out on top transfer targets like Stevan Jovetic if Arsenal fail to finish in the top four.

DAILY STAR

Swindon youth team boss Paul Bodin is considering legal action over the way he was treated by Paolo Di Canio.

Harry Redknapp last night claimed: Roy Hodgson only got the England job because the FA couldn't afford me.

Leeds caretaker boss Neil Redfearn has ruled out the possibility of becoming the club's next manager.

DAILY MAIL

Yaya Toure has vowed to lead another assault on the Premier League next season after committing his future to Manchester City.

David Moyes is back at the top of Schalke's wanted list - with Neil Lennon a strong candidate to replace Moyes at Everton.

DAILY EXPRESS

Harry Redknapp insists he will stick with QPR even if they are relegated.

Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott are making slow progress in their returns from injury.

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