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Wayne Rooney plans to join Chelsea if he quits Old Trafford, Thiago Alcantara is nearing a move to Man United, while Fulham want Scott Parker.

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THE SUN

Jose Mourinho has been given the green light to launch a major spending spree after Chelsea signed a staggering £300million deal with adidas.

Wayne Rooney will decide his Manchester United future in crunch talks with David Moyes next week.

Aston Villa could be forced to give £4million in golden handshakes to get rid of three big names.

Southampton are a step nearer to pulling off a £10million swoop for Victor Wanyama.

Steve Bruce has won the fight to keep prize asset James Chester out of the clutches of Aston Villa and Newcastle.

West Ham have put nearly £12million worth of talent up for sale to bankroll their signing of Andy Carroll.

Charles N'Zogbia's chances of a dream move abroad have been wrecked by a freak holiday injury.

Roberto Martinez is ready to make his first Everton signing with a £4.5million swoop for Bruno Ecuele Manga.

Paolo Di Canio wants to give striker Jozy Altidore another crack at the Premier League.

Lee Clark has put a £3million price tag on Birmingham winger Nathan Redmond.

Liverpool will have to pay £6million to land Sporting Lisbon's Spanish winger Diego Capel.

Brian McDermott has been given the green light to sign his Reading old boys Noel Hunt and Matt Mills.

DAILY MIRROR

Wayne Rooney will meet David Moyes to decide his Manchester United future next week with both Chelsea and Arsenal ready to offer him a way out

Thiago Alcantara is poised to seal a £15million switch to Manchester United.

Sunderland hardman Lee Cattermole will become the biggest casualty of Paolo Di Canio's clear-out.

Curtis Davies' £2.5million move to Hull from Birmingham is in doubt because the Tigers want a loan fee for Jack Hobbs.

Southampton last night moved a step closer to completing a £10million deal for Celtic ace Victor Wanyama.

Fulham boss Martin Jol will fight QPR for Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker.

Rafa Benitez began his reign at Napoli and immediately set his sights on Luis Suarez.

DAILY STAR

Wayne Rooney wants to join Chelsea if he quits Manchester United this summer.

Thiago Alcantara has decided to turn his back on Barcelona and join Manchester United to rescue his World Cup dream.

Santi Cazorla is convinced Arsenal will challenge for the Premier League title next season if they can get Gonzalo Higuain on board.

Schalke have targeted a move for Fulham full-back Sascha Riether - just a month after the Cottagers wrapped up a permament deal for the German defender.

Sunderland lead the race for Jozy Altidore, who has also been watched by Fulham, Southampton, Cardiff, Norwich and Celtic.

Luis Alberto believes he can become the latest in a line of Spaniards to be a huge success at Liverpool.

DAILY EXPRESS

Wayne Rooney is ready to snub Arsenal and leave Manchester United for Chelsea this summer.

Manchester United have triggered the £17million release clause in Thiago Alcantara's contract.

DAILY MAIL

Alan Pardew fears his top players will want to leave Newcastle after Joe Kinnear's radio rant

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