Paper Talk: Prem duo to battle for Victor

Liverpool and Manchester City both want Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes, while Manchester United are monitoring Roma defender Mehdi Benatia.

Last Updated: 25/02/14 at 10:11 Post Comment

Victor Valdes: Premier League target

Victor Valdes: Premier League target

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THE SUN

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is furious over leaked details of a private conversation about his striker shortage.

Roy Hodgson is ready to bring in a psychologist to end England's penalty jinx.

Didier Drogba has no doubts Jose Mourinho is the best manager he has ever played for and won't rule out a return to Chelsea.

Wayne Rooney wants a second Champions League triumph to prove he is a real winner.

DAILY MIRROR

Barcelona keeper Victor Valdes wants to move to the Premier League - putting Manchester City and Liverpool on alert.

Mesut Ozil has been given an extra break by Arsenal to recharge his batteries.

Bacary Sagna wants a three-year deal worth £100,000 a week to stay at Arsenal.

Didier Drogba could have signed for West Ham two years before he joined Chelsea.

Wigan boss Uwe Rosler is trying to sign Fulham new boy Ryan Tunnicliffe to fill Ben Watson's boots.

DAILY STAR

Bayern Munich bosses have told Manchester United target Toni Kroos he is going nowhere.

Thierry Henry wants Didier Drogba to join him for one last farewell fling to his career at the New York Red Bulls.

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino has raised fresh doubts over his future by admitting he wants to manage Paris St Germain.

DAILY MAIL

Jose Mourinho arrived in Istanbul on Monday night livid that remarks he made in a private conversation which undermine his strikers had been secretly filmed and broadcast.

Barcelona and Arsenal have joined Manchester City in monitoring San Lorenzo forward Angel Correa.

Ryan Tunnicliffe has been told he can leave Fulham - just 25 days after joining from Manchester United.

DAILY EXPRESS

Arsenal and Chelsea have been warned off making a move for Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa in the summer.

Roma defender Mehdi Benatia is Manchester United's first choice to replace Nemanja Vidic at Old Trafford next season.

THE TIMES

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's position at Cardiff is under increasing scrutiny after the cancellation of a planned warm-weather training trip.

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