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A look at the transfer rumours in Saturday's national newspapers, including a possible Chelsea exit for Ramires.

Last Updated: 07/06/14 at 07:50 Post Comment

Ramires: Linked with Real Madrid

Ramires: Linked with Real Madrid

DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal target Loic Remy is desperate to join the Gunners as Arsene Wenger weighs up transfer options.

Sunderland have made a £4million bid for Ashley Williams as Gus Poyet looks to land his top transfer target.

Raheem Sterling is set to be Roy Hodgson's wild card despite his red card in England's friendly against Ecuador.

"Exhausted" England have no chance in Brazil, claims Paolo Di Canio.

Karim Benzema says Real Madrid target Luis Suarez needs more than one good season.

THE SUN

Steven Gerrard last night hailed Roy Hodgson for having faith in him as captain - unlike Fabio Capello.

Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is plotting a £25million swoop for Chelsea star Ramires.

Eden Hazard has declared there is "no chance" he will leave Chelsea this summer.

Lukas Podolski insists Arsenal's FA Cup win has given Germany's World Cup hopes a major boost.

DAILY STAR

Chelsea are looking to wrap up their protracted purchase of Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa before the World Cup kicks off.

Samir Nasri is ready to sign a new deal at Manchester City that will keep him at the club until 2019.

Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United face competition from PSG in the race for Real Sociedad's Antoine Griezmann.

Swansea are yet to receive any formal offers from Liverpool or Arsenal for Wilfried Bony.

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet is hoping to add Ashley Williams to his squad after tabling a bid for the defender.

Lorenzo Insigne's agent has says his client is "flattered" with talk of Arsenal swooping for the Napoli striker.

DAILY MAIL

Steven Gerrard claimed England's Young Lions are ready to take the World Cup by storm ahead of Saturday's final warm-up game against Honduras.

Frank Lampard will be offered the chance to extend his career in Australia and the USA if he accepts an offer from Manchester City to play in New York.

Romelu Lukaku has confirmed his desire to leave Chelsea this summer as they close in on another expensive centre-forward in Diego Costa.

Chelsea are hurrying Atletico Madrid into ratifying Diego Costa's £32million move, fearing the Spanish champions are holding out for a more lucrative offer.

Aston Villa have sounded out former Manchester United centre-back Rio Ferdinand over a possible move to Villa Park - but a deal doesn't look likely.

Marco Reus' World Cup place could be in doubt after the Germany star limped out of his country's 6-1 friendly win against Armenia.

DAILY EXPRESS

Newcastle and West Brom plan a World Cup spying mission on Ghana striker Majeed Waris.

Newcastle defender Davide Santon is at the centre of a tug-of-war between AC Milan and Roma.

Sami Hyypia is the new manager of Brighton after agreeing a three-year deal last night.

Peter Lawwell last night confirmed John Collins and Craig Gordon could be the next arrivals at Celtic.

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