Paper Talk: City try to tempt RvP

Arsenal's Robin van Persie has reportedly been offered £250,000-per-week by Manchester City, while Phil Brown could return to Hull City.

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Van Persie: Reports of big City offer

Van Persie: Reports of big City offer

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Manchester City have offered Arsenal striker Robin van Persie £250,000-per-week - an annual wage of £12million - to join them in the summer.

Paris Saint-Germain want to sign Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor. They will offer City £12million and pay £170k wages to the Spurs loan striker.

Roy Keane has told Man City: You will blow the title at Newcastle today.

Middlesbrough are leading the chase to land teenage Manchester United striker Will Keane on loan.

Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given has said he would fancy a move to Celtic as a swansong to his career.

Steve Kean will fight on at Blackburn next season, even if they are relegated.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Sir Alex Ferguson fears Manchester City will blow Manchester United out of the water again in the transfer market this summer.

Stoke are set to offload Kenwyne Jones, Matthew Upson and Cameron Jerome in the summer to reduce the wage bill.

Chris Hughton is set to become West Brom boss - even if Birmingham are promoted to the Premier League.

Phil Brown is set for a dramatic return to Hull in place of the suspended Nicky Barmby.

Pavel Pogrebnyak has opened talks over a permanent deal with Fulham.

Rafael Van der Vaart has encouraged Ajax skipper Jan Vertonghen to join him at Tottenham.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Steve Bould is to become Arsene Wenger's new number two at Arsenal in a revamped coaching set-up.

Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Newcastle are chasing rising Dutch star Luuk de Jong of FC Twente.

Wigan have slapped a £10million price tag on Victor Moses to ward off any possible suitors for their prize asset.

THE PEOPLE

Craig Bellamy will be part of Great Britain's 18-man Olympic men's football squad - leaving David Beckham sweating on one of just two more places for over-age players.

Roy Hodgson is struggling to find a replacement for Stuart Pearce in his England coaching set-up.

New England boss Roy Hodgson has told his Chelsea contingent they will get a week off after the Champions League final.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon is "open" to a move to England - which will put managerless West Brom on red alert.

Birmingham manager Chris Hughton is top of West Brom's shortlist to replace Roy Hodgson - closely followed by Brighton boss Gus Poyet.

Fulham's Danny Murphy fears Sunday's game with Sunderland could be his last at Craven Cottage, with his contract up in the summer.

Kenny Dalglish is sweating on his summer budget at Liverpool as the owners delay an answer on funds.

Nicky Barmby is ready to stay at Hull after making peace with the club's owners.

Tottenham are raedy to swoop for West Ham goalkeeper Rob Green this summer.

Ipswich have made a shock £750,000 bid for Leicester striker Paul Gallagher.

Chelsea are still chasing Porto star Alvaro Pereira.

Nottingham Forest's Chris Gunter is wanted by Fulham and Swansea.

Bolton want Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu next season on loan if they stay in the Premier League.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Sir Trevor Brooking has reacted angrily to claims he single-handedly cost Harry Redknapp his chance of the England manager's job.

Manchester United fear Manchester City will steal their transfer targets this summer and wreck their chances of rebuilding.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Sir Trevor Brooking has denied a past feud with Harry Redknapp denied the Totenham boss the chance of becoming England manager.

INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY

UEFA are so concerned that non-white fans could face racial abuse or violence at this summer's European Championships that it is backing plans to create safe areas for them.

THE OBSERVER

The Football Association has confirmed it is monitoring the developing security situation in Ukraine after bombs last week hit Dnipropetrovsk, injuring at least 29 people.

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