Paper Talk: Barca keen to bag Kompany

Barcelona are ready to make a £20million move for Vincent Kompany, while Liverpool hope to land Sporting Lisbon winger Diego Capel for £4m.

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Vincent Kompany: Barca ready to make £20m bid

Vincent Kompany: Barca ready to make £20m bid

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DAILY EXPRESS

Jose Mourinho is leaving Real Madrid and his switch to Chelsea will not cost Roman Abramovich a penny.

Liverpool are close to making the surprise signing of Kolo Toure from Manchester City.

Steve Harper is determined to keep on playing having left Newcastle.

DAILY STAR

Chelsea will get Jose Mourinho for free after Real Madrid released the Portuguese coach.

Gylfi Sigurdsson has admitted Tottenham did not deserve to qualify for the Champions League.

Liverpool are ready to make a surprise move for Kolo Toure.

Kevin Nolan admits the lure of European football could persuade Andy Carroll to turn down West Ham.

Swindon's leading scorer James Collins is a target for Wolves.

Burnley will lead the £2m chase for Bradford's Nahki Wells.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain has become an increasingly realistic target for Arsenal at a club record £19m.

Alan Pardew should discover in the next 48 hours whether he will remain as Newcastle manager.

Liverpool are close to securing the signature of Manchester City defender Kolo Toure.

Gareth Bale is poised to commit himself to at least one more season at Tottenham but a proposed new contract will include a buyout clause that would allow him to leave next year.

THE SUN

Jose Mourinho is free to return to Chelsea this summer.

David Moyes will meet Wayne Rooney to demand 100 percent commitment to Manchester United - or give the go-ahead for his exit.

Jack Wilshere wants to wear the England armband.

Rafa Benitez has been offered a swift return to management by Napoli.

Reading striker Noel Hunt wants a new club after five years at the Madejski Stadium.

Carlton Cole's seven years at West Ham are over.

Liverpool have offered Kolo Toure a Premier League lifeline.

Tony Pulis is ready to offer Phil Neville his first step into coaching at Stoke.

Swansea's Leon Britton will have surgery on a double hernia next week.

DAILY MAIL

Gareth Bale will commit his future to White Hart Lane for one more season but wants Tottenham to pay him £200,000 per week.

Richard Dunne will not be offered fresh terms by Aston Villa and is free to find a new club.

Hull are considering Blackburn's Jordan Rhodes and Burnley's Charlie Austin in a bid to strengthen their strikeforce.

Fulham are showing interest in Nancy winger Yohan Mollo.

Manchester City want PSG starlets Hervin Ongenda and Kingsley Coman.

Bolton have agreed a deal to sign Norwich defender Marc Tierney.

DAILY MIRROR

Real Madrid have waived Jose Mourinho's release clause and cleared the way for his return to Chelsea.

Paolo Di Canio faces a dressing-room revolt after players he fined in a crackdown on indiscipline complained to their union.

Mark Schwarzer is at loggerheads with Fulham over claims he has been offered a new deal.

Arsene Wenger will be given a £70m budget to transform Arsenal back into title contenders.

Liverpool want to seal a cut-price £4m deal with Sporting Lisbon for winger Diego Capel.

Barcelona are ready to make a £20m move for Vincent Kompany.

Reading flop Pavel Pogrebnyak will be the first out of the door in a relegation clear-out.

Tottenham are set for a ruthless purge of their players following their failure to qualify for the Champions League.

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