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Our rundown of all the latest transfer rumours from Tuesday's national newspapers.

Last Updated: 10/06/14 at 08:21 Post Comment

Mandzukic: Wants to leave Bayern Munich

Mandzukic: Wants to leave Bayern Munich

DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal were handed a boost in their pursuit of Alvaro Morata when Carlo Ancelotti confirmed the striker will leave Real Madrid.

Manchester City expect to complete the £12million signing of Fernando from Porto this week.

Mario Mandzukic has put Arsenal and Chelsea on alert after declaring he wants to quit Bayern Munich.

New Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has blocked a bid from Juventus for Erik Lamela.

Alberto Moreno's Liverpool move has stalled over Sevilla's £18million asking price.

Joe Cole is set to complete a shock move to Aston Villa.

Jose Mourinho almost became England manager in 2008 - but his wife talked him out of it.

THE SUN

Arsenal and QPR are interested in AC Milan's Nigel de Jong.

Real Madrid are ready to launch a £70million bid for Luis Suarez.

DAILY EXPRESS

Eden Hazard insists he will not leave Chelsea this summer.

Arsenal look set to miss out on Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas.

Everton are hopeful they will hold off competition from Arsenal to sign Samuel Eto'o from Chelsea.

DAILY MAIL

Porto will offer around £4million for Liverpool midfielder Suso.

Arsenal, Tottenham and Inter are battling for Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata.

Manchester City will sign Fernando and Bacary Sagna this week.

DAILY STAR

Manchester United are prepared to accept as little as £12million for Marouane Fellaini, who cost the Red Devils £27.5million less than a year ago.

Mauricio Pochettino will make Napoli midfielder Blerim Dzemaili his first signing as Tottenham manager.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Chelsea are trying to structure a deal to sign Cesc Fabregas that would lead to Arsenal missing out on any payment for their former midfielder.

THE TIMES

Sunderland have made a £4m bid for Swansea centre-back Ashley Williams.

THE GUARDIAN

Louis van Gaal could keep Nicky Butt, Phil Neville and Paul Scholes as part of his Manchester United coaching staff.

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unday, Sunday. Will there be a fan of either team, who if they are winning after 80 mins, won't still be nervous? This could be anything from 0-0 to 5-5, and no one would bat an eye.

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