Paper Talk: Gunners fail in Suarez bid

Arsenal have failed in a bid to sign Luis Suarez, Darren Bent must choose between Newcastle, Fulham and Hull, while Chelsea want Tiago Ilori.

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Luis Suarez: Arsenal have reportedly failed in £30million bid

Luis Suarez: Arsenal have reportedly failed in £30million bid

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DAILY EXPRESS

Arsenal have had a club record £30million bid for Luis Suarez rejected.

Arouna Kone has become Roberto Martinez's first signing at Everton.

Fulham boss Martin Jol fears being priced out of a move for Ajax midfielder Eyong Enoh.

THE SUN

Gonzalo Higuain's future is still undecided, according to Real Madrid sources.

Grant Holt has become boss Owen Coyle's eighth summer signing at Wigan.

Stoke keeper Jack Butland could be loaned out to a Spanish club.

Swansea are close to finalising the £12million signing of Wilfried Bony.

Aston Villa are ready to ship out misfit Darren Bent for £5million. Newcastle, Hull and Fulham are all poised.

DAILY MIRROR

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is weighing up a move for Liverpool target Tiago Ilori.

Wigan boss Owen Coyle is ready to sign Norwich City legend Grant Holt in a £2million deal to fill Arouna Kone's boots.

Wilfried Bony is set to smash Swansea's transfer record today in a £12million deal from Vitesse Arnhem.

Blackburn are chasing Portuguese winger Kara.

Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway is making a £2.5million bid to sign unhappy West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie.

Hull City and Fulham are leading the £2million race for axed Sunderland skipper Lee Cattermole.

West Brom are set to open talks with Lille to sign striker Salomon Kalou in a £2.6million deal.

Norwich must shell out a club record £10million to bring Senegal striker Dame N'Doye to Carrow Road.

Doncaster Rovers supremo John Ryan is making a £850,000 bid to bring home Billy Sharp from Southampton.

DAILY STAR

Arsenal have had a club record £30million bid for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez rejected.

England goalkeeper Jack Butland won't hang around at Stoke this season if Asmir Begovic stays at the Britannia Stadium.

DAILY MAIL

Arsenal have made an ambitious enquiry for Liverpool's Luis Suarez but a deal seems unlikely.

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