Paper Talk: Hulk latest Spurs target

Tottenham's spending looks set to continue with Zenit striker Hulk a reported target, whilst Atletico Madrid want Chelsea's Juan Mata on loan.

Last Updated: 28/08/13 at 14:20 Post Comment

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DAILY MIRROR

Chelsea still want to sign Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney despite their interest in Anzhi Makhachkala striker Samuel Eto'o.

Spurs are preparing a £30m bid for Zenit St Petersburg striker Hulk as well as a £26m deal to sign Roma forward Erik Lamela.

Manchester United could ditch plans to sign left-back Leighton Baines and concentrate their efforts on signing his Everton team-mate Marouane Fellaini.

Joe Kinnear insists he is not a threat to the job security of Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew.

Meanwhile, the Magpies have told Arsenal they must pay £20m for French midfielder Yohan Cabaye - with 75 per cent of it up front.

Crystal Palace have launched an ambitious bid to sign Arsenal's out-of-favour striker Nicklas Bendtner.

Barnsley will try to sign Swansea City striker Leroy Lita and hope a £9,000-a-week loan offer will be accepted.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has blamed the media for "brainwashing" Gunners fans into thinking there is a crisis at the club.

THE SUN

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has blamed Manchester United counterpart David Moyes for causing Wayne Rooney's Manchester United transfer hell.

Arsenal are considering a £38m move for Real Madrid's 24-year-old midfielder Mesut Ozil.

Spurs have agreed an £8.5m move for 23-year-old Steaua Bucharest defender Vlad Chiriches.

Atletico Madrid want to take 25-year-old Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata on a season-long loan.

Southampton striker Billy Sharp, 27, is poised to seal a move to Scottish champions Celtic.

Cardiff, Swansea and Stoke are in a three-way battle to sign 32-year-old West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie.

DAILY STAR

Jose Mourinho insists David Moyes is to blame for putting Wayne Rooney at the centre of a bitter transfer tug-of-war.

Meanwhile, Arsenal believe they can still persuade Rooney to sign for them, with manager Arsene Wenger also keen on QPR keeper Julio Cesar.

French midfielder Yohan Cabaye has told Newcastle he won't play for them while his future is up in the air with Arsenal looking to make an improved bid.

DAILY MAIL

Gareth Bale is free to join Real Madrid after Tottenham agreed a world record £86million deal with the Spanish giants.

Jose Mourinho told David Moyes: I didn't unsettle Wayne Rooney, you did.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers wants to sign Chelsea winger Victor Moses, 22, on a season-long loan.

Crystal Palace and West Brom have enquired about Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner who is valued at £3m and wants to stay in the Premier League.

Meanwhile, Palace are also interested in Brighton striker Ashley Barnes and 20-year-old Dinamo Zagreb midfielder Marcelo Brozovic.

Sunderland have had a £5m bid rejected by Roma for midfielder Michael Bradley, who the Italian side value at £10m.

Everton are in discussions with former Liverpool midfielder Momo Sissoko, 28, who is available on a free from Paris Saint-Germain.

Southampton want to sign Valencia winger Pablo Piatti, 24, on a season-long loan with Everton, Celtic and Rennes also tracking him.

Newcastle watched Marseille pair Andre Ayew and Andre-Pierre Gignac at the weekend.

DAILY EXPRESS

Cardiff striker Fraizer Campbell has been backed for England honours after his second-half brace stunned Manchester City.

Jose Mourinho says David Moyes is to blame for Wayne Rooney's misery at Old Trafford.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Tottenham Hotspur have finally agreed the world-record 100million euro transfer of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid.

THE TIMES

Arsenal are confident of signing forward Angel di Maria from Real Madrid and have also inquired about out-of-favour goalkeeper Iker Casillas.

Tottenham are tracking Inter Milan left winger Alvaro Pereira who played under Andre Villas-Boas at Porto.

Newcastle have made a bid of around £7m for Marseille midfielder Andre Ayew as they look to replace Arsenal-bound Yohan Cabaye.

West Brom are tracking Marseille striker Andre-Pierre Gignac, 27, who scored the winner against Valenciennes at the weekend.

Everton have held talks with Juventus about midfielder Luca Marrone.

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