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Paper Talk: Ozil turned down PSG

Mesut Ozil turned down PSG to join Arsenal, while Tottenham reportedly made a cheeky offer to swap Emmanuel Adebayor for Fernando Torres.

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Mesut Ozil: Had other options as well as Arsenal

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DAILY MIRROR

Record-breaker Mesut Ozil turned down a bigger offer from PSG to join Arsenal - he has signed a five-year deal worth £140,000 per week.

Tottenham made a cheeky deadline offer to Chelsea to swap Emmanuel Adebayor for Fernando Torres.

Luis Suarez wants to regain the faith of the Liverpool fans after he made up his mind to stay at Anfield "some weeks ago".

Glenn Hoddle has warned Andre Villas-Boas they still need a 'sprinkling of stardust' despite their £109m spending spree.

Daniel Sturridge is ready to play through the pain barrier for England.

DAILY STAR

Arsene Wenger smashed Arsenal's transfer record to land £42.4m Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid.

Roy Hodgson has ordered England's medical staff to work around the clock to get Daniel Sturridge fit.

Gareth Bale was given a hero's reception by fans at his new club Real Madrid.

Andros Townsend admits he has a point to prove with England this week.

DAILY EXPRESS

Gareth Bale has said that Real Madrid team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo is the best player in the world.

Alan Pardew's summer search for more striking power at Newcastle has ended in disappointment.

Daniel Sturridge will have his fitness carefully monitored by England staff over the next 48 hours.

DAILY MAIL

Gareth Bale has said that he would have joined Real Madrid for a penny and has declared Cristiano Ronaldo is still the 'boss'.

THE SUN

Premier League clubs have smashed the summer spending record in the transfer window.

Gareth Bale says Cristiano Ronaldo is still the boss at the Bernabeu.

Nemanja Vidic says there is no need to panic over Manchester United's sudden goal drought.

Theo Walcott says Arsenal have justified Arsene Wenger's faith after being booed off at the Emirates at the start of the season.

Lucas reckons Liverpool sent a message to the rest of the Premier League after beating Manchester United on Sunday.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Newcastle fans are fuming about the club's failure to strengthen the squad in the transfer window.

Kaka was given a hero's welcome as he rejoined AC Milan.

Roy Hodgson will attempt to convince Liverpool's new signing Tiago Ilori to snub Portugal and adopt English nationality.

THE TIMES

Gareth Bale was at pains to appease Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid insisiting that he remains "the boss" at the club.

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Arsene Wenger responds to Jose Mourinho taunt

Arsene Wenger has brushed off Jose Mourinho's latest taunts after the Chelsea boss said the Gunners' recent spending may come as "a surprise".

Manuel Pellegrini backs Raheem Sterling to justify price

Manuel Pellegrini insists Raheem Sterling will justify his club-record £49million price tag at Manchester City in the coming years.

Jose Mourinho: Arsenal spending way to title contention

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says Arsene Wenger is buying his way into Premier League title contention.

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