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CITY IN FOR BENTEKE
Interesting tale in The Sunday People to kick us off, with the paper reporting that Manchester City will move for Christian Benteke in the summer.
The paper reports that with Edin Dzeko possibly on his way out (more on that shortly), the big Belgian is the man Roberto Mancini wants up top.
Apparently City would have to 'at least double' the £9million Villa paid for Benteke last summer, which could be funded by the sale of Mario Balotelli to AC Milan.
DZEKO TO DORTMUND
Speaking of Dzeko, both The Sunday Mirror and The Daily Star Sunday report that Borussia Dortmund want the Bosnian to replace Robert Lewandowski.
The Polish forward is rumoured to be on his way out, with a few sources reporting that he will join Bayern Munich in the summer.
And Dzeko could be the man to replace him, although he might be slightly out of Dortmund's price ranger.
Meanwhile, The Daily Star Sunday goes on to claim that Monaco could target Samir Nasri and Carlos Tevez, with their billionaire owner Dmitry Rybolovlev looking to splash some cash should they get promoted to Ligue 1.
Also, The People claims Real Madrid are after David Silva.
MOYES FOR CITY/CHELSEA?
A couple of papers this morning suggest that David Moyes is a man in demand. So much so that both Chelsea and Manchester City are looking at the Everton boss as potential replacements for Rafa Benitez and Roberto Mancini respectively.
The Sunday Mirror reports: 'The Toffees boss Moyes has yet to commit himself to Goodison Park past the end of the season and is now on Chelsea's shortlist of new managers.
'But the Scot may be tempted to see if the City job becomes available before making any decisions about his future. Manchester United have ruled out a move for him as he has virtually no Champions League experience.'
The Sunday Express however reckons that Moyes isn't a candidate to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson, with the club not keen on his lack of Champions League experience.