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Paris Saint-Germain could make a move to take Wayne Rooney from Manchester United, while Tottenham and Arsenal are watching Andreas Weimann.

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Wayne Rooney: Subject of interest from PSG

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THE TIMES

Manchester United's determination to keep Wayne Rooney is likely to be tested this summer with PSG giving serious consideration to an audacious move for the England striker.

David Beckham will make his first start for PSG in tonight's French Cup.

Steve McClaren has resigned as coach of Dutch club Twente.

DAILY MAIL

Mario Balotelli has been fined £8,600 by Serie A officials for making 'insulting gestures' at Inter Milan fans.

Reading have agreed to work with Galatasaray sharing scouts and knowledge.

John Carew is set to join Inter Milan on a short-term deal.

Blackburn will revive their bid to sign Jerome Thomas on loan from West Brom.

Anzhi Makhachkala have been rebuffed in a bid to sign Tottenham centre back Younes Kaboul.

Swansea have reaveled that talks have started over extending manager Michael Laudrup's deal.

THE SUN

Jermain Defoe could make a shock return for Tottenham's north London derby with Arsenal on Sunday.

Rafa Benitez says that Chelsea's players are 100 percent behind him despite an angry bust-up with John Terry.

Keith Curle is favourite for the vacant Coventry job.

Liverpool have stepped up their interest in Holland star Stefan de Vrij.

Diego Maradona has denied he owes the Italian tax man £34.5 million.

West Ham's Kevin Nolan faces an anxious wait to find out the extent of his foot injury and could be out for up to eight weeks.

Manager Michael Laudrup has said he will stay with Swansea.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Tottenham have been warned that Real Madrid have the desire and financial firepower to bring Gareth Bale to the Bernabeu this summer.

DAILY STAR

Gareth Bale is set to talk to Real Madrid over a £40m summer move to Spain.

Rafa Benitez claims the Chelsea players are 100 percent behind him.

Tottenham and Arsenal are keeeping tabs on Aston Villa's Andreas Weimann.

Nigel Adkins has rejected the chance to be the new manager of Swindon.

Coventry are to prepare a shortlist from more than 40 candidates to replace Mark Robins.

Brendan Rodgers could take Raheem Sterling out of the Liverpool firing line after admitting the teenager has run out of steam.

DAILY MIRROR

Rafa Benitez has admitted his Chelsea players are 100 percent behind him.

Michael Laudrup is ready to snub Europe's top clubs to stay with Swansea.

Leicester striker Jeffrey Schlupp is set for a dream move to Manchester United.

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