Paper Talk: United target Cavani move

Manchester United have made Edinson Cavani their top transfer target and Tottenham are being linked with a summer move for Marco Reus.

Last Updated: 19/01/14 at 15:31 Post Comment

Edinson Cavani: Linked with Manchester United move

Edinson Cavani: Linked with Manchester United move

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THE SUN

Hatem ben Arfa has been assured he has a future at Newcastle United after 'hush-hush' talks last week.

Liverpool are poised to bring in winger Mohamed Salah from FC Basel, although a £16m transfer fee could prove to be a stumbling block.

Everton are keen on signing Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher as a replacement for Nikica Jelavic and Roberto Martinez also wants to hijack West Ham's move for Lacina Traore.

Wes Hoolahan is determined to leave Norwich before the end of the month with Aston Villa still interested in the Ireland midfielder.

Wilfried Zaha fears his days at Manchester United are over before they have really started.

Millwall boss Ian Holloway hopes to sign striker DJ Campbell on loan from Blackpool.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will be a shock contender for the West Ham job if the club's owners run out of patience with under-pressure Sam Allardyce.

Arsenal are keen on Juventus striker Mirko Vucinic but only want to spend £1.5m to loan him for the rest of the season.

Tottenham could make a big splash in the summer transfer market by signing Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus.

Chelsea attacking midfielder Juan Mata, 25, looks set to leave Stamford Bridge, with Manchester United and Spanish club Atletico Madrid ready to swoop.

Tony Pulis is unhappy with Crystal Palace owner Steve Parish less than two months after taking the job - transfer policy is behind their difference of opinion with Pulis rebuffed as he tried to sign 'too old' Peter Crouch and Matthew Etherington.

Fulham will make a £4m bid for prolific Burnley striker Danny Ings.

Manchester United will look to sign Sevilla left-back Alberto Moreno after giving up hopes of tempting Everton to sell Leighton Baines.

Chinese businessman Wang Jianlin is lining up a £175m bid to buy Premier League side Southampton - he is the 128th richest man in the world.

Bacary Sagna appears certain to leave Arsenal this summer with talks over a new contract having reached a stalemate.

DAILY STAR

Manchester United boss David Moyes has been given £150m to spend and has made PSG striker Edinson Cavani his No 1 target.

Papiss Cisse's proposed departure from Newcastle for Qatar side Al Rayyan has fallen through after they failed to meet the club's £10m asking price.

Monaco have placed a £7m transfer fee on Stoke target Emmanuel Riviere, but Mark Hughes would prefer to bring him in on loan.

Doncaster hope to sign striker Matt Derbyshire from Nottingham Forest on a free transfer to boost their Sky Bet Championship survival bid.

Danny Graham is being lined up by Middlesbrough, who also tried to sign him when he left Swansea a year ago.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Nicola Cortese could be behind a takeover bid for Southampton after quitting the club earlier this week.

West Ham want to sign Genoa striker Alberto Gilardino but will wait until the summer.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Wilfried Zaha is furious with David Moyes after an apparent U-turn over a loan move to Cardiff City.

Southampton's new chairman Katarina Liebherr is keen to get her name out of the limelight and will sell her late father Markus' club if the chance arises.

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce admits it is unlikely that Monaco striker Lacina Traore, 23, will sign for the Hammers.

THE INDEPENDENT

Edgar Davids could be swapping Barnet for Milan after quitting his role with the Skrill Conference Premier side on Saturday - his friend Clarence Seedorf is the new man in charge at the San Siro.

THE TIMES

The Football Association will charge West Brom striker Nicolas Anelka over his controversial 'quennelle' celebration in the next 48 hours.

THE PEOPLE

Manchester United are gearing up for a sensational swoop on superstar Edinson Cavani as they prepare for life without Wayne Rooney.

Luis Suarez was at the centre of another dive row last night after Liverpool came back from the dead against Aston Villa at Anfield.

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