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Yohan Cabaye: Linked with move to Old Trafford again

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THE SUN

David Moyes is a man under siege as the battle surrounding Wayne Rooney, Cesc Fabregas and Cristiano Ronaldo hots up.

Heurelho Gomes hopes former club PSV Eindhoven will end his unhappy spell at Tottenham.

Chelsea have signed West Brom teenager Isaiah Brown.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has confirmed Pepe Reina is on the verge of a loan move to Napoli.

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has warned Manchester City money cannot buy them the Premier League title.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Manchester United last night triggered a transfer war with Arsenal by upping their offer for Cesc Fabregas.

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini wants to land Real Madrid central defender Pepe for £22million.

Spurs have a new three-man list of transfer targets after being snubbed by Christian Benteke. Roberto Soldado is on the wishlist alongside Loic Remy and Leandro Damiao.

Jose Mourinho has issued a hands-off warning to Liverpool over Ryan Bertrand.

Ipswich have signed former Wolves defender Christopher Berra.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Wayne Rooney has moved closer to leaving Manchester United - despite a series of phone calls from David Moyes.

Manchester United have made a new £30million bid for Cesc Fabregas.

Steve Bruce is set to seal the £1.6million signing of Evian striker Yannick Sagbo.

THE PEOPLE

Cesc Fabregas is ready to join Manchester United.

Glenn Hoddle is in line for a shock return to Swindon Town to replace Kevin MacDonald.

Fulham hope to beat Newcastle to the signing of Aston Villa striker Darren Bent.

Manchester United are ready to switch their attentions to Newcastle's Yohan Cabaye as David Moyes looks to bolster his midfield options.

West Ham are eyeing a move for former Chelsea forward Salomon Kalou.

Hull City are closing in on the signing of Evian forward Yannick Sagbo.

Zenit St Petersburg are ready to move for Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Liverpool have been told Ryan Bertrand is not for sale.

Chelsea have won the race to sign West Brom wonderkid Isaiah Brown - but it could cost them £2million.

Sunderland's £2.5million bid for Greek winger Charis Mavrias has been put on ice.

Newcastle have made a £15million double striker bid for Bafetimbi Gomis and Andre-Pierre Gignac.

Wealthy Russian club Zenit St Petersburg could move for Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse.

Wayne Rooney will join Chelsea if ambitious new Manchester United manager David Moyes hits the transfer jackpot.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Arsenal are ready to bid again for Gonzalo Higuain with Napoli unwilling to match his £35million fee.

Manchester United last night tested Barcelona's resolve to hold onto Cesc Fabregas by tabling a £30million offer.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is ready to sanction an £18million move for Valencia striker Roberto Soldado.

SUNDAY TIMES

Wayne Rooney is believed to be close to joining Chelsea in a deal that would net him about £200,000 a week.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Chelsea are discussing what they consider would be a "knockout" £40million bid to sign Wayne Rooney.

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