United to give Shaw loads o' cash, Dani Alves & Alex Song to leave Barca for England? Arsenal & Liverpool battle...
UNITED MAKE CAVANI THEIR TOP TARGET
When the Daily Star go with one of their 'Exclusives' they tend not to pack any punches, and so it is this morning, with the paper reporting that David Moyes has been handed a £150million.....wait for it.... WAR CHEST with which to improve his squad. Does anyone else love a little giggle at the phrase 'war chest'? Just us? Fair enough.
Moyes is thought to be keen on bringing Uruguayan Cavani from PSG, with the striker reportedly unhappy with the French League, putting United (along with Chelsea) on alert.
Not finished there, the Star on Sunday then claim that United will also try and seal a £37m deal for Julian Draxler, and are also eyeing up Borussia Dortmund's Ilkay Gundogan, 23, and Marco Reus, 24, plus Atletico Madrid's Koke, 22,along with Porto's centre-half Eliaquim Mangala, 22, valued at £40m and Luke Shaw.
Whilst you can't blame them for not being ballsy, there are two issues United fans may have with the story:
1. All these moves would only take place in the summer rather than January
2. It may not be true.
ARSENAL SEEK VUCINIC LOAN
The Sunday Mirror report that Arsenal are keen on the loan signing of forward Mirko Vucinic from Juventus. Vucinic has found his opportunities limited thanks to the form of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente, and therefore the paper believe that a move works for all parties.
The Mail on Sunday add flesh to the Mirror's story, claiming that Juventus would prefer a £10million permanent deal for the Montenegrin striker.
However, Arsene Wenger has been a right old spoilsport by pouring iced water on such stories.
"We are looking at potential possibilities for us to get someone in, but we are not especially in for Vucinic," he said.
"Some people have visual capacities that I don't have.
"We are not on any special case"
SPURS IN FOR DREAMY REUS
The first line of the Sunday Mirror's big Spurs transfer story is both hard-hitting and potentially pant-wetting for supporters: "Tottenham will compete for German star Marco Reus this summer."
The paper does accept that reported interest from Manchester United and Arsenal may be a problem, but claim that the North London club will "enter the race" for Reus is Tim Sherwood can reduce the club's wage bill.
Given the reports of players leaving left, right and centre of late, that half of the task may well prove to be the easiest.
AND THE REST
Hatem ben Arfa has been assured he has a future at Newcastle United after 'hush-hush' talks last week... Liverpool are poised to bring in winger Mohamed Salah from FC Basel, although a £16m transfer fee could prove to be a stumbling block... Everton are keen on signing Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher as a replacement for Nikica Jelavic... Millwall boss Ian Holloway hopes to sign striker DJ Campbell on loan from Blackpool... Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will be a shock contender for the West Ham job if the club's owners run out of patience with under-pressure Sam Allardyce... Fulham will make a £4m bid for prolific Burnley striker Danny Ings... Manchester United will look to sign Sevilla left-back Alberto Moreno after giving up hopes of tempting Everton to sell Leighton Baines... Chinese businessman Wang Jianlin is lining up a £175m bid to buy Premier League side Southampton
Bacary Sagna appears certain to leave Arsenal this summer with talks over a new contract having reached a stalemate... Papiss Cisse's proposed departure from Newcastle for Qatar side Al Rayyan has fallen through after they failed to meet the club's £10m asking price... Monaco have placed a £7m transfer fee on Stoke target Emmanuel Riviere... Doncaster hope to sign striker Matt Derbyshire from Nottingham Forest on a free transfer... Danny Graham is being lined up by Middlesbrough... West Ham want to sign Genoa striker Alberto Gilardino but will wait until the summer... The Football Association will charge West Brom striker Nicolas Anelka over his controversial 'quennelle' celebration in the next 48 hours.