Paper Talk: Chelsea move on Hulk

Chelsea have made a £35m move for Zenit St Petersburg forward Hulk, while Arsenal are lining up a £10m bid for Bayern Munich's David Alaba.

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Hulk: A £35million target for Jose Mourinho

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THE SUN

Manchester United are using Wayne Rooney to promote their new kit.

Roberto Martinez has signed a four-year deal at Everton and has vowed to get them into the Champions League.

Fernandinho has revealed he has joined Manchester City for £30m to fulfil his World Cup dream.

Arsenal have dumped Andrey Arshavin, Denilson and Sebastien Squillaci and the trio will leave when their contracts expire at the end of the month.

Michael Essien wants to stay at Chelsea for another spell under Jose Mourinho.

Harry Redknapp has threatened to walk out on QPR if the club's board interfere with his transfers.

Steve Lomas has been given permission to speak to Millwall about becoming their new manager.

Tottenham's pursuit of Damiao is now on the backburner.

Arsenal are lining up a £10m move for Bayern Munich utility player David Alaba.

Ipswich have snapped up Jay Tabb after he was released by Reading.

Fulham have signed 'keeper Maarten Stekelenburg from Roma for an undisclosed fee.

Aston Villa have warned that £25m will "not get you to the negotiating table" for Christian Benteke.

DAILY MAIL

West Ham are to give Andy Carroll a six-year contract worth £100,000 per week supplemented by a pay-off from Liverpool.

Juventus will step up their efforts to sign Carlos Tevez if they fail to get Arsenal and Chelsea target Stevan Jovetic from Fiorentina.

Birmingham are considering a surprise contract offer to Nikola Zigic.

Southampton are close to agreeing an £8m deal for Nacional Montevideo winger Gonzalo Bueno.

Torino are in talks over a deal for former Newcastle right back Danny Simpson.

Crystal Palace have made approaches for Blackpool wingers Thomas Ince and Matt Phillips.

Harry Redknapp has told QPR's owners to back him in the transfer market or risk him quitting the club.

Manchester City have agreed a £22m deal for Shakhtar Donetsk's Fernandinho.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Roberto Martinez has set himself the challenge of achieving Champions League football with Everton.

Fernandinho and Jesus Navas are expected to complete their moves to Manchester City next week.

Arsenal have freed up £10m from their annual wage bill after Andrey Arshavin, Denilson and Sebastien Squillaci were allowed to run down their contracts and leave for nothing.

Tottenham are ready to appoint Franco Baldini as their technical director.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester City took their spending to nearly £60m in 24 hours by agreeing a deal for Fernandinho.

Roberto Martinez has told Everton he will get them into the Champions League.

DAILY STAR

Fernandinho will complete his move to Manchester City in the next 48 hours but Carlos Tevez looks on the way out of the club with Juventus his likely destination.

Wayne Rooney is set to stay at Manchester United.

Roberto Martinez has vowed to get Everton into the Champions League.

Liverpool have insisted Steven Gerrard will be fit for the start of the new season.

Aston Villa plan crisis talks with Christian Benteke.

Southampton have joined West Brom in the chase for £4m-rated Evian striker Saber Khelifa.

Leeds have signed ex-Reading striker Noel Hunt on a free.

QPR Manager Harry Redknapp has targeted Manchester City full-back Wayne Bridge, who is a free agent this summer.

Derby have had an improved £750,000 bid accepted for Dundee United's Johnny Russell.

DAILY MIRROR

Roberto Martinez has vowed to deliver Champions League football at Everton.

Harry Redknapp has threatened to quit QPR after a bitter bust-up over transfers.

Steve McClaren is the shock name on Wigan's shortlist to be their new manager.

Phil Neville will rejoin Manchester United this summer as part of David Moyes' backroom staff.

Sunderland will have a pre-season boot camp in Italy.

Jamie O'Hara is ready to quit Wolves after labelling the club an "embarrassment".

Peter Odemwingie will get the green light to quit West Brom - but not for less than £3m.

Jose Mourinho has labelled Cristiano Ronaldo an arrogant know-all.

Chelsea have made a £35m move for Hulk while they lead the chase for Serbian wonderkid Lazar Markovic.

Aston Villa have slapped a £40m price tag on Christian Benteke.

Arsene Wenger is keen to sign Freiburg's 19-year-old Matthias Ginter in a deal worth £5m.

Liverpool's attempt to sign Sporting Lisbon defender Tiago Ilori has been wrecked by Valencia.

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