Paper Talk: City eye Navas swoop

Manchester City are eyeing £29million Jesus Navas, Arsenal could launch a bid for Wayne Rooney, while three PL sides are chasing Matej Vydra.

Last Updated: 19/05/13 at 14:19 Post Comment

Jesus Navas: Linked with move to Manchester City

Jesus Navas: Linked with move to Manchester City

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DAILY MIRROR

Tottenham are confident winger Gareth Bale, 23, will commit his future to the club next month by signing a new deal that will earn him £170,000 a week.

Meanwhile, Spurs winger Aaron Lennon, 26, is a transfer target for Italian giants Inter Milan.

Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco are all targeting Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke will offer Wigan striker Franco Di Santo, 24, a chance to stay in the Premier League.

THE SUN

Outgoing interim Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez says Jose Mourinho will have £100million to spend this summer when he returns to Stamford Bridge.

Retiring David Beckham is set to be offered a top job with the Football Association.

Manchester City are planning a move for Sevilla winger Jesus Navas, 21, who has a £29m release clause.

DAILY STAR

Frank Lampard believes Jose Mourinho is the man to turn Chelsea back into England's top team again.

DAILY MAIL

Arsenal have discussed a move for unsettled Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney.

West Ham have asked Chelsea if they can take £20m-rated striker Romelu Lukaku, 20, on loan next season.

Cardiff are interested in an ambitious swoop for Lyon's £15m-rated France striker Bafetimbi Gomi and Lille's former Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou.

Both Manchester clubs and Bayern Munich have been put on alert after Barcelona put midfielder Thiago Alcantara, 22, up for sale.

Aston Villa and Everton are both keen on moves for Spartak Moscow's former Celtic winger Aiden McGeady.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester United face competition from Bayer Leverkusen as they target a move for £25m-rated Benfica midfielder Nicolas Gaitan.

Arsenal, Tottenham and Fulham are tracking Watford striker Matej Vydra, 21, who has yet to decided whether to return to parent club Udinese, stay at Watford or move elsewhere.

West Brom have put a £4.5m price tag on out-of-favour striker Peter Odemwingie.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Hull could make a move for West Brom frontman Peter Odemwingie but will have to pay at least £3m for the Nigeria international.

THE TIMES

Chelsea and Tottenham have both made moves for 17-year-old Southampton left-back Luke Shaw.

Manchester City have launched a move for Sevilla winger Jesus Navas, despite concerns over the anxiety problems the 27-year-old has suffered.

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