Paper Talk: Richards to shore up Arsenal

Arsenal could turn to Manchester City's Micah Richards to solve their defensive problems, while Sunderland have targeted two more signings.

Last Updated: 22/08/13 at 13:37 Post Comment

Micah Richards: Out-of-favour at City

Micah Richards: Out-of-favour at City

THE SUN

Arsenal will table an improved £13m bid for Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye after their initial £10m offer was rejected.

Aly Cissokho will join Liverpool on a season-long loan deal while Brendan Rodgers hopes to beat Tottenham to Willian's signature.

Paolo di Canio is set to make Greek winger Charis Mavrias his 11th summer signing and is also keen on Juventus full-back Paulo de Ceglie.

DAILY MAIL

Arsenal will have to pay at least £20m if they're to land Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye.

Crystal Palace have had a bid for Aaron Cresswell rejected by Ipswich.

Everton will step up their interest in Wigan midfielder James McCarthy while also pursuing an interest in Gareth Barry and Aleksandr Kolarov.

Liverpool are keeping a close eye on FC Groningen's 16-year-old striker Richairo Zlvkovic.

Stoke are readying a £5m bid for Rennes striker Mevlut Erdinc and the French side are willing to sell.

THE TIMES

Arsenal have been told that Yohan Cabaye is available but will cost in the region of £20m.

Tottenham are monitoring Luis Neto and Adem Ljajic while hoping for a decision from Willian.

Manchester United are thought to be prepared to pay £35m for Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini - but Everton value them at £45m.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Newcastle will hold out for £20m for Yohan Cabaye after rejecting a bid of around half that amount from Arsenal.

Willian is expected to decide whether to join Tottenham or Liverpool.

DAILY MIRROR

Micah Richards could be set for a move to Arsenal after the Gunners set their sights on the Manchester City defender.

Valencia full-back Aly Cissokho is set to become Liverpool's fifth summer signing.

Arsenal are set to bid for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba while Arsene Wenger is also pursuing Ashley Williams and Michu from Swansea.

THE GUARDIAN

Manchester United are likely to make separate bids for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines are a combined £28m bid was labelled 'derisory and insulting' by Everton.

DAILY STAR

Arsenal are prepared to go for broke in the transfer market with bids for Michu, Ashley Williams, Yohan Cabaye and Micah Richards.

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