Paper Talk: Spurs could go for a Brazilian

Tottenham sent scouts to watch Leandro Damiao and Hulk on Friday, Kolo Toure is set to quit Manchester City, while Luka Modric has gone AWOL.

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DAILY STAR

Manchester United must shell out £30million to land Robin van Persie.

Reading boss Brian McDermott has rubbished talk of a shock move for Filippo Inzaghi.

Swansea boss Michael Laudrup has snatched Rayo Vallecano midfielder Michu from under the noses of Manchester United and Liverpool.

THE SUN

Robin van Persie is caught in the middle of a huge bidding war between Manchester United and Manchester City.

Wigan owner Dave Whelan has told Chelsea to pay £10million or forget about signing Victor Moses.

Michael Laudrup admits he is preparing for life without Liverpool target Joe Allen.

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has confirmed he is ready to let Kolo Toure move on this summer.

Edin Dzeko insists he will stay at Manchester City and fight for his place.

DAILY MIRROR

Luka Modric went missing yesterday in a desperate attempt to force through his move to Real Madrid.

Robin van Persie has been told he cannot leave Arsenal for less than £20million.

Cheick Tiote has given Newcastle a boost by saying he will not quit the club this summer.

Roque Santa Cruz is set to be frustrated in his bid to escape Manchester City.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester City, Manchester Unitd and Juventus have sparked a three-way bidding war for Arsenal striker Robin van Persie.

Tottenham scouts watched Brazil strikers Leandro Damiao and Hulk in action against Great Britain last night.

DAILY RECORD

Rangers are set to accept a 12-month transfer ban in return for SFA membership.

FIFA last night said angers won't receive a penny for stars who quit Ibrox - but they could land an £800,000 windfall for Steven Davis.

Ross County boss Derek Adams is set to bolster his backline for the SPL campaign by making a double swoop for Mihael Kovacevic and Jonathan Bateson.

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