Paper Talk: Wenger lines up Sneijder

Arsenal have revived their interest in Wesley Sneijder and Crystal Palace have made a £5million bid for Wigan winger Callum McManaman.

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Wesley Sneijder: On Arsenal's radar

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SUNDAY MIRROR

Wayne Rooney had 10 stitches in a horror head injury yesterday that will sideline him for both Manchester United and England this week.

Steven Gerrard has told Luis Suarez he is too big for Arsenal.

Everton are preparing for life without Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines.

Crystal Palace have made a £5million bid for Wigan winger Callum McManaman.

Newcastle are leading the race for England Under-21 star Tom Ince.

The Magpies are also trying to off-load French flop Gabriel Obertan to Nottingham Forest on loan.

Arsenal are plotting an emergency move for Jefferson Montero if they fail to land a big name.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Manchester United are trying to clinch a loan deal for Roma's Daniele De Rossi before the transfer window closes tomorrow night.

The Italy star is one of FIVE midfielders being eyed by United boss David Moyes.

Arsenal will make a renewed £15million move for Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye.

The Gunners are also linked with Schalke's Julian Draxler and Real Madrid's Mesut Ozil, while they have revived their interest in axed Holland star Wesley Sneijder.

Kop boss Brendan Rodgers will sign £12million PSG defender Mamado Sakho today to spark a Reds £25m four-man transfer spree.

Tiago Ilori, Victor Moses and Shay Given are the others linked with the Anfield club.

Shinji Kagawa is still wanted back at Borussia Dortmund.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Real Madrid's final bill to buy Gareth Bale could top an incredible £150million.

Wayne Rooney is desperate to overcome a nasty head injury suffered in training which has made him a doubt for today's Anfield confrontation between Liverpool and Manchester United.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has beaten neighbours Everton to the loan signing of Chelsea's £9million forward Victor Moses.

Arsenal have gone back in for Schalke's brilliant teenager Julian Draxler.

Manchester United will miss out on another key transfer target after Roma dismissed a £10million bid for Daniele de Rossi.

However, the Old Trafford club were last night closing in on the £40million double signing of Everton pair Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines.

Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio wants Manchester United left-back Alex Buttner on loan.

Chelsea are negotiating to sign Ghanaian international winger Christian Atsu from Porto with the fee expected to be £2.6million.

Liverpool are set to sign defender Tiago Ilori from Sporting Lisbon for £6m.

Fulham are ready to offload defender Philippe Senderos.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Wayne Rooney has been KO'd from Manchester United's biggest match of the season against Liverpool - by his own captain, Nemanja Vidic.

Jose Mourinho will make a last-ditch appeal to Roman Abramovich to sign an A-list striker before the transfer window closes after becoming disenchanted with the firepower on offer at Chelsea.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Real Madrid hope to finally present Gareth Bale as their world record £90million signing tomorrow with summer spending by English clubs on course to break through the £500million barrier in the final two days of the transfer window.

INDEPENDENT

Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United will lead one final splurge in the two days of the transfer window that will take summer spending by Premier League clubs beyond the previous record of £500million.

THE PEOPLE

Wayne Rooney is out of today's Anfield clash with Liverpool after a horror training ground accident.

Manchester United were last night edging towards a £36million deal for Marouane Fellaini after Everton asked for Jesse Lingard on loan for the season.

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