Football Paper Talk

A look at the football transfer gossip in Sunday's national newspapers.

Last Updated: 27/07/14 at 09:59 Post Comment

Arturo Vidal: Old Trafford move back on?

Arturo Vidal: Old Trafford move back on?

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

QPR have joined the race to sign Marseille's France international midfielder Mathieu Valbuena.


Liverpool have been left red-faced after being informed they weren't big enough to tempt Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema.

Glenn Hoddle is being considered for a Premier League return - at QPR as first-team coach.

Sol Bamba is bieng lined for a return to Leicester City.

Angel Di Maria has rushed an SOS half way across the world to Manchester United's USA camp pleading: Get me out of here.

Tottenham have entered the transfer scrap for unsettled Manchester City ace Micah Richards.

Tottenham look set to miss out on Real Sociedad forward Antoine Griezmann after Atletico Madrid agreed a deal worth 25million euros.

Paris Saint Germain will attempt once more to try and lure keeper Hugo Lloris from Spurs.

Newcastle's frantic striker search has led to a fresh approach for Shakhtar Donetsk's Facundo Ferreyra.

THE PEOPLE

Louis van Gaal is facing disappointment in his battle to land Mats Hummels with Borussia Dortmund refusing to do business.

Didier Drogba returns to Chelsea on a mission to turn Diego Costa into a world-beater.

Manchester United hope to wrap up the signing of Arturo Vidal this week after resurrecting their move for the Chilean.

Southampton are ready to make a new £9million bid for Celtic's Fraser Forster.

Chelsea want Gary Cahill to sign a new contract before the season starts.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Belgian World Cup sensation Divock Origi has told Liverpool he wants to come to Anfield.

Alvaro Negredo's broken metatarsal will not tempt Manchester City into making another attempt to sign Spanish ace Isco.

Everton hope to agree a permanent deal for Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku.

THE SUN

Louis van Gaal has told the Manchester United board he needs five more players - and it will cost £100million.

West Ham last night launched a stunning bid to sign Samuel Eto'o.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Liverpool's summer spending will reach £100million when they sign Dejan Lovren, Divock Origi and Loic Remy in the next 24 hours.

Manchester City are ready to offer new contracts to four of their World Cup players - Joe Hart, James Milner, Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero - as they report back for duty after the tournament in Brazil.

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