Paper Talk: Liverpool hope to roll in Reus

Liverpool are to bid £44m for Marcos Reus, while Man United won't pay the £32m fee for Arturo Vidal, but could still sign three other WC stars.

Last Updated: 16/07/14 at 12:36

Marco Reus: Linked with £44m switch to Liverpool

Marco Reus: Linked with £44m switch to Liverpool

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DAILY MAIL

Manchester United will not pursue Arturo Vidal. Juventus were ready to sell him and hoped for a £32m deal.

Chelsea and Atletico Madrid have agreed a £20m fee for Filipe Luis.

Liverpool forward Iago Aspas has joined Sevilla on a season-long loan.

World Cup winner Sami Khedira looks in line for a £20m move to Arsenal.

QPR will complete their move for Rio Ferdinand on a free transfer this week.

Manchester City accept they will have to sell one of their foreign stars if Eliaquim Mangala joins from Porto.

Enner Valencia's move to West Ham may take until Wednesday to complete.

Swansea midfielder Pablo Hernandez is the subject of a £4m bid from Al Arabi in Qatar.

Bayern Munich's Toni Kroos has confirmed he is joining Real Madrid in a £20m deal.

Newcastle are poised to seal a £5m deal for Dutchman Daryl Janmaat.

Arsenal are to step up their interest in Southampton teenager Calum Chambers.

DAILY MIRROR

Benfica and Serbia winger Lazar Markovic only needs international clearance to join Liverpool.

Manchester United won't pay Juventus £34m for Arturo Vidal.

Arsenal's pursuit of Sami Khedira is set to end over his £150,000-per-week pay demands.

DAILY EXPRESS

Liverpool could make a £44m bid for Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus.

Chelsea are ready to complete a double swoop for Filipe Luis and Arsenal target Sami Khedira.

Manchester United are hopeful of landing PSG striker Edinson Cavani.

Tottenham will look to sign Everton defender John Stones and Southampton's Morgan Schneiderlin.

DAILY STAR

Southampton defender Dejan Lovren has returned for pre-season training with the club despite threatening to go on strike.

Louis van Gaal is set to press ahead at Manchester United with a triple swoop for Mats Hummels, Arturo Vidal and Angel Di Maria.

Santi Cazorla has vowed to remain with Arsenal.

Lazar Markovic will complete his £20m move to Liverpool today.

THE SUN

Aston Villa hope to sign Ki Sung-Yeung by the end of the week.

The Manchester United board are refusing to shell out £34m for Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal.

Dynamo Moscow want to make Wilfried Zaha their second summer signing from Manchester United.

Manchester City are closing in on £30m-rated Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala.

Jack Rodwell is a £10.5m target for 12 teams.

West Brom are all set to sign left-back Sebastien Pocognoli from Hannover.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers can spend most of the £75m due from Luis Suarez's move to Barcelona.

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