Football Paper Talk

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

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Stevan Jovetic: Won't be sold by Man City

Stevan Jovetic: Won't be sold by Man City

DAILY MIRROR

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers won't panic buy after the failure of the Loic Remy deal, with Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez now a target as they eye a fourth Saints swoop of summer.

Jan Vertonghen hands Tottenham boost by confirming he will sign a new contract at White Hart Lane.

QPR boss Harry Redknapp confident he will win the three-way battle for Watford striker Troy Deeney.

Meanwhile, the Rs are fuming after news leaked out that Remy's Liverpool move has collapsed.

New Crystal Palace striker Fraizer Campbell is the man to get the Eagles flying insists Tony Pulis.

Wigan have cancelled their pre-season clash in Germany because they are running out of players.

Louis van Gaal has restored Manchester United's winning mentality says Juan Mata.

Arsene Wenger left cursing Arsenal's short pre-season as Alexis Sanchez misses Austria training camp.

Jake Livermore believes Europa League will be a boost to Hull City's Premier League campaign.

Sol Campbell says black English ex-pros are are too scared to stand up and be counted and also claims the FA turned down his offer to be involved with the England set-up.

Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola will never be sacked insists chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.

THE SUN

Manchester United will have to pay £79m for Roma's Dutch midfielder Kevin Strootman - despite the 24-year-old being sidelined with a cruciate knee ligament injury since March.

Manchester City say striker Stevan Jovetic is not for sale despite interest from Italy.

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman wants to sign Norwich midfielder Leroy Fer, 24, but faces competition from QPR for the Dutch international.

DAILY STAR

Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria wants to join Manchester United as the £45m-rated Argentina international does not want to return to the Bernabeu and is frustrated by Paris St-Germain's attempts to secure a loan deal.

Former England manager Glenn Hoddle, 56, is in the frame to become Harry Redknapp's new assistant at QPR following the departure of Wally Downes.

DAILY MAIL

Inter Milan are hopeing to finalise a deal for Southampton's unsettled Italian striker Dani Osvaldo, 28, who cost the Saints £15m from Roma last summer.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet hopes to sign 28-year-old Atletico Madrid winger Cristian Rodriguez.


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