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Arsenal will launch a £22m bid for Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain this week, while John Obi Mikel is wanted by Galatasaray in a £13m deal.

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DAILY MIRROR

Joe Kinnear will flex his muscles at Newcastle with a training-ground office and by travelling to matches with the team.

Wigan boss Owen Coyle has issued a hands-off warning to Roberto Martinez.

Liverpool will demand Luis Suarez puts in a transfer request if he is determined to leave Anfield.

Newcastle's pursuit of Darren Bent will become the first test of Alan Pardew's relationship with Joe Kinnear.

Manchester City look set to beat Real Madrid in the race for Isco.

Andre Villas-Boas is ready to turn his back on PSG but wants Tottenham to show their ambition.

Crystal Palace are set to snap up Jerome Thomas.

Millwall boss Steve Lomas will add Lions legend Neil Harris to his coaching staff.

Huddersfield boss Mark Robins wants to raid Blackpool for Gary Taylor-Fletcher.

Maynor Figueroa has agreed a two-year deal with Hull City.

Arsenal will launch a £22m bid for Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain this week.

Nicklas Helenius is on the brink of sealing a move to Aston Villa.

DAILY MAIL

Alan Pardew will meet Joe Kinnear this week to assess his position as Newcastle manager.

Sunderland are keen on PSV Eindhoven goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet.

Arsenal are leading the chase for £10m-rated Spain U21 midfielder Asier Illarramendi.

Tottenham will make a £15m offer for Brazilian midfielder Paulinho to head off competition from Roma and Inter Milan.

Liverpool will demand that Luis Suarez confirms his desire to leave the club in writing.

THE SUN

Joe Kinnear has insisted that Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is "delighted" he has returned.

Liverpool will tell Luis Suarez to slap in a transfer request if he is determined to quit England.

Joe Kinnear has made signing a new striker the number one priority as he prepares to kickstart the Newcastle revolution.

Owen Coyle has told Roberto Martinez to forget about landing his old Wigan pals on the cheap this summer.

Manchester City are to step up their chase for Isco.

Laurent Koscielny will snub the likes of Bayern Munich and Barcelona and stay at Arsenal.

Nani has snubbed a return to Portugal to rejoin Sporting Lisbon or sign for Benfica.

Fenerbahce and West Ham want to end Emmanuel Adebayor's unhappy spell at Tottenham.

Russell Martin is set to sign a new three-year deal at Norwich.

Peter Odemwingie could be heading to London and newly-promoted Crystal Palace.

John Obi Mikel is wanted by Galatasaray in a £13m deal.

Gus Poyet's future at Brighton is no clearer after the suspended boss failed to attend a disciplinary hearing.

Mo Diame must wait at least six more months before getting a new deal at West Ham.

Maynor Figueroa has signed for Hull on a free transfer.

DAILY STAR

Joe Kinnear claims Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is delighted at his return to the club.

Benfica are demanding Chelsea pay £38m for Nemanja Matic.

Manchester United's hopes of signing Robert Lewandowski are fading after Borussia Dortmund insisted he will not be sold this summer.

Manchester City will step up their attempts to sign Isco in a bid to keep him out of the clutches of Real Madrid.

West Brom utility man Steven Reid has signed a one-year contract to stay at The Hawthorns.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester City are expected to beat Real Madrid to the signature of £30m-rated midfielder Isco.

Andy Carroll will undergo a medical at West Ham today as Liverpool prepare to make a £20m loss on their club-record signing.

Manchester United and Chelsea may be forced to wait until next month to see if Vitesse Arnhem will sell Marco van Ginkel.

Gus Poyet's Brighton future will be settled this week after a club hearing on Monday was postponed.

THE TIMES

Andy Carroll is set to have medical this week before a proposed £15m move to West Ham.

Ryan Giggs will take another significant step towards coaching this week with an eight-day assignment in Turkey as he tries to secure his Uefa Pro Licence badge.

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