Paper Talk: Real launch record Bale bid

Real Madrid are lining up a world-record cash-plus-players bid for Gareth Bale, Chelsea want Luis Gustavo, while Robert Snodgrass is in demand.

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Gareth Bale: Real stepping up efforts to sign him

Gareth Bale: Real stepping up efforts to sign him

THE SUN

Real Madrid will offer Tottenham £51million cash, £25million-rated Angel Di Maria and £19million Fabio Coentrao in a bid to land Gareth Bale in a world-record £95million deal.

Chelsea will go as high as £30million in their bid to land Wayne Rooney.

Stewart Downing says Liverpool's players have launched a united team bid to persuade Luis Suarez to stay at Anfield.

Yannick Sagbo has vowed to repay Hull with the goals they will need to survive in the Premier League.

Rio Ferdinand claims Wilfried Zaha has already proved he can become a major success at Manchester United.

Crystal Palace are hoping to land Chelsea midfielder Nathan Chalobah on a season-long loan.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho insists he no longer has a grudge with Arsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger.

Southampton have insisted that Rickie Lambert and Gaston Ramirez are not for sale.

Hugo Rodallega has been ordered to find his shooting boots by Martin Jol this season.

Pascal Chimbonda has joined Tranmere on trial with a view to winning a deal.

Salomon Kalou appears to have snubbed a move to West Ham.

Nikica Jelavic has been warned he is not guaranteed a starting place in his Everton side.

Arsenal target Godfrey Oboabona has blasted Arsene Wenger for showing him a lack of respect.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Gareth Bale is in turmoil after Spurs turned down an £82million bid for him from Real Madrid.

Arsenal are increasingly confident of landing Luis Suarez now that Real Madrid are bidding for Gareth Bale.

Manchester United are considering a final make-or-break £36million bid for Barcelona's Cesc Fabregas.

Arsenal target Gonzalo Higuain has completed his move from Real Madrid to Naples for an undisclosed fee.

THE PEOPLE

Spurs have told Real Madrid they can buy Gareth Bale for a world record £100million.

Chelsea do not want to spend more than £30million to take Wayne Rooney to Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea are ready to table a £15million bid for Bayern Munich midfielder Luis Gustavo.

Joe Kinnear is lining up his first Newcastle signing - Phil Bardsley, who has been released by Sunderland.

Everton are trying to raise £6million for Chilean midfielder Gary Medel.

Southampton are weighing up a bid for Tottenham full-back Kyle Naughton.

West Ham are lining up a shock £5million bid for Norwich's Robert Snodgrass.

QPR boss Harry Redknapp is considering taking Connor Wickham on loan after missing out on Gary Hooper.

Titus Bramble is now looking to move abroad after failing to land a new contract despite training with West Ham and Ipswich.

West Brom are battling Benfica for former Wigan striker Franco Di Santo.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Cesc Fabregas has agreed to join Manchester United following a secret meeting between his agent and Old Trafford executives.

Everton are preparing to raid Wigan with a £15million bid for James McCarthy.

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez looks set to be left in transfer limbo this summer.

Joe Kinnear has made a move to bring unwanted Sunderland defender Phil Bardsley to Newcastle.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Joe Kinnear is determined to make Newcastle a Champions League club.

Wayne Rooney will not be allowed to join one of Manchester United's Premier League title rivals.

Real Madrid will pay a world record £85million for Gareth Bale this summer.

Arsenal will make a third bid to sign Luis Suarez this week.

Liverpool have denied the club has been put up for sale by its American owners.

Cesc Fabregas will hold crunch talks with new Barcelona boss Gerardo Martino this week.

Tottenham are set to make Edin Dzeko their new front-line target.

Sunderland have turned to Mexico's Jorge Torres Nilo in their hunt for a left-back.

Gareth Barry has admitted he is in limbo over his Manchester City future.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Gareth Bale will fly into London for decisive talks with Andre Villas-Boas over his Tottenham future.

Alan Pardew will complete his first senior signing of the summer at Newcastle with a £6.9million deal for Bafetimbi Gomis.

Santi Cazorla has denied he is going to leave Arsenal.

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