Paper Talk: Spurs target Cech move

Tottenham could move for Petr Cech if Hugo Lloris leaves, Bastian Schweinsteiger is a target for Louis Van Gaal and Arsenal want Sami Khedira.

Last Updated: 29/05/14 at 12:36 Post Comment

Petr Cech: A reported summer target for Spurs if Lloris leaves

Petr Cech: A reported summer target for Spurs if Lloris leaves

SUNDAY MIRROR

Arjen Robben has turned down the chance to become Louis Van Gaal's first Manchester United signing.

Wembley appears likely to host the final stages of Euro 2020, with UEFA preferring the FA's proposal over that from sole rival Germany.

Mauricio Pochettino is ready to pledge his future to Southampton despite continuing talk of an offer from managerless Tottenham.

Teddy Sheringham is poised to join West Ham's coaching staff to assist their spluttering strikers.

Frank Lampard hopes to find out his Chelsea future this week.

Tottenham are looking at Chelsea keeper Petr Cech as a possible replacement for Hugo Lloris, who is wanted by Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Roma. Cech would be replaced by Thibaut Courtois at Stamford Bridge.

Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira is a £15m target for Arsenal.

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet hopes to sign former Crystal Palace keeper Julian Speroni.

Marouane Chamakh has agreed a new deal to stay with Palace.

Fulham have slapped a £15m price tag on teenage sensation Patrick Roberts to ward off interest from Manchester United.

THE SUN

Louis Van Gaal is looking at Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger as one of his major summer transfer targets.

Galatasaray will offer Tom Cleverley a way out of Manchester United this summer after a less than positive season.

Samuel Eto'o hopes to stay in London next season and would love to join Arsenal or Tottenham.

Robin van Persie is certain Louis Van Gaal is the man to turn United's fortunes around.

Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon is in the running to take over from Pepe Mel at West Brom.

Spurs defender Danny Rose has opened talks with the club over a new contract.

James Milner is likely to opt for free agency next summer by letting his Manchester City contract wind down - he has been linked with Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal.

Newcastle full-back Mathieu Debuchy is likely to leave the club this summer with a move to Monaco on the cards.

Fulham could launch a £2m bid for Ipswich striker David McGoldrick.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Atletico Madrid could look to Tottenham striker Roberto Soldado this summer as they plot a replacement for Chelsea-bound Diego Costa.

Luis Suarez remains on Real Madrid's summer transfer radar despite consistently saying he wants to stay with Liverpool.

Southampton full-back Nathaniel Clyne is the latest player from St Mary's to be linked with a summer move to Liverpool.

Tottenham are on the trail of Basel centre-back Fabian Schar.

West Ham have sounded out Nice full-back Timothee Kolodziejczak as a possible summer signing if they are unable to secure the services of Norwich's Martin Olsson.

Chris Hughton would jump at the chance of becoming the new manager at Sky Bet Championship side Brighton.

Sheffield United could make a summer move to sign Liverpool striker Conor Coady on a permanent deal after he impressed on loan last season - but Brendan Rodgers has slapped a £1.5m price tag on the youngster.

Newcastle are weighing up a move for Steve Sidwell, a free agent after his deal with Fulham comes to an end this summer. Alan Pardew will face competition from West Ham, Crystal Palace and Stoke though.

Manchester United have shelved talks with Tom Cleverley over a new deal until after the World Cup.

THE PEOPLE

Mauricio Pochettino will stay at Southampton as long as he gets promises his star players will not be sold this summer.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Claude Makalele has been handed his first managerial role by French side Bastia.

Newcastle have earmarked Lyon midfielder Clement Grenier as their replacement for Yohan Cabaye, who was so sorely missed after his January move to Paris Saint-Germain.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Petr Cech is expected to remain No 1 at Chelsea next season with Thibaut Courtois taking over in 2015-16 - the future of Cech's back-up Mark Schwarzer remains in question.

OBSERVER

Roy Hodgson has banished agents from his England World Cup camp to keep his players focused on the challenge ahead - a number of his squad members have been linked with summer transfers.

Sir Alex Ferguson has made £2.2m from a sale of part of his wine collection in Hong Kong.

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