Paper Talk: New deal up Ramsey's street

Arsenal are set to make Aaron Ramsey their second-highest paid star, while Barcelona will renew their interest in Chelsea defender David Luiz.

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Aaron Ramsey: Set for new Arsenal deal

Aaron Ramsey: Set for new Arsenal deal

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DAILY MIRROR

Ashley Cole and Luke Shaw face a World Cup showdown in tonight's Wembley clash against the Danes.

Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner says his reputation as a ''psychopath'' is damaging his chances of leaving the club.

Kim Kallstrom is set for his Gunners loan debut after recovering from a fractured vertebrae.

Germany coach Joachim Low has warned struggling Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil that he could miss this summer's World Cup unless his form improves.

Andy Cole's son Devante is at the centre of a UEFA probe after suffering alleged racial abuse during a match in Spain.

Uruguay defender Diego Godin has warned England that it's not just Luiz Suarez they need to fear in Brazil.

THE SUN

Arsenal are preparing to offer midfielder Aaron Ramsey a £26 million contract to keep him at the Emirates.

Spain defender Carles Puyol calls time on his illustrious career with Barcelona after 15 years at the Catalan club.

Robin van Persie could miss Manchester United's lunchtime trip to West Brom on Saturday as the Dutch striker was reported to be "sick in bed".

DAILY STAR

Inter Milan are weighing up a summer move for Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski.

Republic of Ireland defender John O'Shea cannot wait to set the record straight after his side were drawn to face the Germans in Euro 2016 qualifying.

David Moyes has growing concerns about the form and attitude of Robin Van Persie.

Gareth Bale will be asked to do a 90 minute shift for Wales tonight to help launch Chris Coleman's Euro 2016 campaign.

Luis Suarez insists his Liverpool future is not dependent on the club qualifying for the Champions League.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester United manager David Moyes is growing increasingly concerned about Robin van Persie's erratic contribution to the club's season.

Glen Johnson has revealed Liverpool are yet to open discussions with him over a new contract. His deal expires next summer.

Roy Hodgson hit back at more than 10,000 England fans who are backing an online petition to oust Tom Cleverley from the World Cup squad.

Gerard Pique paid tribute to Carles Puyol following the Barcelona defender's announcement that he will leave the club at the end of the season.

Lionel Messi does not need a World Cup winners' medal to be considered among the all-time greats, according to fellow Argentine Diego Maradona.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho believes his long-term future lies at the club.

UEFA are investigating reports that Man City striker Devante Cole, son of former England forward Andrew, was racially abused by players and fans of Atletico Madrid's youth team - then spat at.

Germany great Lothar Matthaus has suggested Mesut Ozil could struggle to make the World Cup squad.

Per Mertesacker and Tomas Rosicky gave Arsenal a much-needed boost by signing contract extensions at the club.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Barcelona are preparing to make a £25 million offer for David Luiz with Carles Puyol due to leave the club in the summer.

Jordan Rhodes is set to sign a new contract at Blackburn Rovers.

Swansea boss Garry Monk is set for a considerable bonus if he avoids the drop but has not yet been given any assurances about his long-term future.

Martin O'Neill has revealed he has struggled without the adrenalin buzz of club management as he looks forward to steering Republic of Ireland towards European Championship qualification in 2016.

THE GUARDIAN

Aaron Ramsey will become Arsenal's second highest earner signing a deal worth over £100,000 a week.

Stoke City chairman Peter Coates branded the Football Association's decision to charge Charlie Adam with violent conduct as "appalling".

Luis Suárez says Liverpool will qualify for Champions League but adds his future does not depend on it.

Carles Puyol has announced he will be leave Barcelona at the end of the season, two years earlier than planned.

THE INDEPENDENT

Both Ashley Cole and Luke Shaw will feature for England against Denmark tonight, but only one will join Leighton Baines on the plane to Brazil this summer.

Arsene Wenger is 'delighted' after Per Mertesacker and Tomas Rosicky signed new deals to commit to the Gunners, but the future of Bacary Sagna remains in doubt.

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till reckon Chelsea will go for Khedira as back up for Matic. I think it will turn out to be quite a Mourihno-y window: We'll see the squad players and youth in action pre-season, say things like well, we need not buy anybody and then the club will bid £60m for Pogba and send everybody on loan.

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would love to be a fly on the wall at the meeting between Milner and Rodgers. I don't know if flies can count, but if they can then I would be counting the number of times Rodgers used the word outstanding in his attempts to get Milner to sign.

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ell, it wouldn't be a summer without Arsenal fans fretting over losing a key player, and United throwing their weight around and muscling in on transfer deals which are (apparently) near to completion. If we can't be entertained by the football on the pitch, let's enjoy the silly off-pitch soap opera of the transfer season. Hurrah!

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