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Everton have joined the chase for Chelsea and England star Frank Lampard and Blackburn want to bring David Bentley back to the club.

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THE SUN

Jose Mourinho has dropped the biggest hint yet that he will return to the Premier League this summer - but not to take charge of Manchester United.

Tottenham outcast David Bentley is set to get the chance to relaunch his career at Blackburn.

Sunderland will make a £2million summer bid for Morocco defender Michael Chretien Basser.

Martin O'Neill is set to give Sunderland flop James McFadden another chance.

Dave Jones has blocked Gary Madine's exit from Sheffield Wednesday.

DAILY MIRROR

Jose Mourinho says he is heading back to the Premier League - probably this summer.

QPR and Harry Redknapp have been labelled "out of their minds" for shattering the club's wage structure to sign Chris Samba.

Tony Pulis has been assured of the final say on Stoke's transfer policy despite owner Peter Coates' criticism of the £10million deal for Peter Crouch.

Mark Robins is ready to quit League One Coventry and take the Huddersfield job.

DAILY STAR

Everton have joined the chase for Chelsea and England star Frank Lampard.

Jose Mourinho is heading back to the Premier League - and it might be sooner than he thought.

QPR were last night branded crazy for breaking the bank to sign Chris Samba.

DAILY MAIL

Jose Mourinho chose his official press conference in Madrid ahead of the Champions League clash with Manchester United to declare he would soon be returning to English football.

Frank Lampard may not yet have signed a new contract at Chelsea but the midfielder has signed at least one new deal - as a children's author.

Blackburn want to take David Bentley back on loan for the rest of the season.

QPR were "out of their minds" to spend £12.5million on Chris Samba, according to the club who sold him.

DAILY EXPRESS

Jose Mourinho has confirmed that he sees his future back in English football.

QPR have been told they were out of their minds to spend so much money on bringing Chris Samba back to the Premier League.

Tony Pulis will still have the final say on Stoke's transfer policy despite owner Peter Coates admitting he "never liked" the club-record move for Peter Crouch.

Blackburn are hoping to finalise a deal to bring David Bentley back to the club on loan from Spurs.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke insists Peter Odemwingie still has a part to play this season.

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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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