Paper Talk: Dzeko seeks Dortmund move

Edin Dzeko is willing to take a pay cut to seal a £20m move to Borussia Dortmund, while Man City have made a move for Brazilian star Neymar.

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Edin Dzeko: Keen to join Dortmund

Edin Dzeko: Keen to join Dortmund

THE SUN

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists he will be missed when he leaves English football.

Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes intends to heap more woe on Arsenal and condemn them to another trophyless season.

John Terry cannot bear the thought of his pal Frank Lampard ending his career away from Chelsea.

Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko is willing to take a pay cut to seal a £20million summer move to Borussia Dortmund.

John Pemberton is the favourite to take over from Mark Robins as Coventry manager.

DAILY MIRROR

Arsene Wenger suffered meltdown on the eve of Arsenal's biggest game of the season.

Paolo Di Canio last night quit as Swindon boss - paving the way for a potential return to West Ham.

John Terry insists it is up to Chelsea's players to take the heat off Rafa Benitez, and cannot picture Frank Lampard playing for another club.

Steve McClaren is fighting for his job as FC Twente manager.

Martin O'Neill wants Sunderland fans to be patient with his January signings.

Athletic Bilbao star Fernando Amorebieta is a target for Arsenal.

Portsmouth's future has been thrown into doubt by a new bid from businessman Keith Harris.

Spurs are targeting a summer swoop for Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke.

DAILY STAR

Arsene Wenger was close to meltdown as he hit out at his critics ahead of Arsenal's crunch clash with Bayern Munich.

David Bentley insists he can put his Tottenham hell behind him as he bids to revive his career back at Blackburn.

Kolo Toure reckons Manchester City must win the FA Cup to save Roberto Mancini from the sack.

John Terry cannot even imagine life at Chelsea without Frank Lampard.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester City have made the first move in the race to sign Neymar.

Arsene Wenger has warned Arsenal's mutinous fans: "You'll miss me when I'm gone."

DAILY EXPRESS

Arsene Wenger yesterday erupted in fury as he claimed there are "lies" being written about him intended to "harm" Arsenal.

Frank Lampard's long wait looked set to be over last night with Chelsea ready to make a u-turn and offer him an extended contract.

Steve Clarke believes West Brom's nightmare month will make him stronger as a manager.

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