Paper Talk: Cats to pounce on Mannone

Arsenal goalkeeper Vito Mannone is a Sunderland target to replace Liverpool-bound Simon Mignolet, while Juan Mata's Chelsea future is secure.

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Vito Mannone: On Sunderland's wanted list

Vito Mannone: On Sunderland's wanted list

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Kick It Out T-shirts are set to be scrapped next season.

Alan Shearer's name was ripped down from St James' Park this week - and Newcastle did not even consult him.

Pepe Reina has thrown his Liverpool future into doubt by admitting he would find it tough to turn down a bigger club.

Fabio Capello turned down the PSG manager's job because he thought he would only be keeping the seat warm for Arsene Wenger.

Andre Villas-Boas says Real Madrid's pursuit of Gareth Bale is a complete waste of time.

Arsenal are lining up a £6million bid for Croation wonderkid Tin Jedvaj.

Isco could announce the name of his new club this weekend, with Manchester City favourites to sign him.

Chelsea will use forgotten man Gael Kakuta as makeweight in a deal for Dutch midfielder Marco van Ginkel.

Hull want £6million Gent striker Ilombe Mboyo.

Southampton plan to splash £17million on Roma striker Pablo Osvaldo.

Arsenal keeper Vito Mannone is a Sunderland target to replace Liverpool-bound Simon Mignolet.

Marseille will fight with Fulham for £4million Wolves winger Bakary Sako.

Bradley Wright-Phillips is having a trial with New York Red Bulls.

Shebby Singh faces a battle to save his job at Blackburn.

DAILY MIRROR

Liverpool paid Andy Carroll £1million to leave Anfield.

Newcastle stripped Alan Shearer's name from a St James' Park bar yesterday, hours after the Toon hero called Joe Kinnear's appointment a "disaster".

Alisher Usmanov has urged Arsene Wenger to break the bank for Wayne Rooney.

Andre Villas-Boas last night gave Spurs fans the promise they have been waiting for as he insisted Gareth Bale is going nowhere.

Juan Mata's Chelsea future is secure, with Jose Mourinho planning to make the Spanish ace pivotal in his new-look Blues.

Manchester United face a battle with Bayern Munich for Spain superstar Thiago Alcantara.

Joe Kinnear was appointed by Newcastle to stop the feuding between Alan Pardew and Graham Carr.

Brighton have lined up their next manager - even before current boss Gus Poyet's future is resolved - with former Barcelona midfielder Oscar Garcia lined up.

Chelsea are ready to cut their ties with Gael Kakuta to complete the capture of Marco van Ginkel.

Southampton supremo Nicola Cortese will pay a record £12million for Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama.

Liverpool's attempts to sign Henrikh Mkhitaryan have been hit by an ownership nightmare.

DAILY STAR

Sol Campbell is interested in the England Under-21s manager's job.

Arsenal shareholder Alisher Usmanov has backed the club's move for Wayne Rooney.

Andre Villas-Boas has told Real Madrid: You're wasting your time trying to sign Gareth Bale.

Everton are one of six Premier League clubs on the trail of Abdisalam Ibrahim, the Manchester City starlet dubbed the new Patrick Vieira.

Brighton are set to offer Tim Sherwood the manager's job if Gus Poyet leaves the club.

Hull boss Steve Bruce is planning a £6million move for Gent striker Ilombe Mboyo after missing out on Charlie Austin.

DAILY MAIL

Arsenal have finally joined the Premier League's biggest spenders after finalising a record-breaking deal for Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain, while billionaire shareholder Alisher Usmanov has urged manager Arsene Wenger to keep splashing the cash with a move for Wayne Rooney.

Manchester City are hopeful of completing a deal for Malaga midfielder Isco within the next 48 hours.

Liverpool hope to complete the signing of Luis Alberto from Sevilla today.

Tottenham were last night on the brink of signing Corinthians' Brazilian star Paulinho.

Swansea have made a £2.5million bid for Standard Liege striker Michy Batshuayi.

Jay Bothroyd is attracting interest from Fenerbahce and Besiktas after being released by QPR.

DAILY EXPRESS

Arsenal's second-largest shareholder Alisher Usmanov has called on Arsene Wenger to sign Wayne Rooney.

West Brom have made initial contact with free agent Yossi Benayoun.

Aston Villa midfielder Brett Holman has flown to Dubai for a medical with Al Nasr.

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