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We still think that the Germany midfielder is using United interest in order to get a bumper new deal at Bayern, but the Daily Mail throw their weight behind the Toni Kroos to United campaign with one of their famous Exclusives.

The paper claim that Moyes is looking to 'hit Bayern with a bid' (not quite sure what that entails), and that Kroos is currently hankering after £150,000 from the German champions as part of his contract negotiations. They helpfully remind us that that figure is half of that reportedly offered to Wayne Rooney.

Whilst we remain unconvinced, he would pretty much be the perfect signing for United and Moyes. Perfect, we tell you.

The Daily Star this morning go big on their claim that Arsenal have made a concrete offer for Julian Draxler, which they describe as 'take it or leave it'. That offer is reported as being £24.7million, which seems rather cheap for a player with a buyout clause of £37m.

However, the paper jump over this hurdle with the claim that the deal includes all sorts of add-ons in an effort to land the German star before Friday's deadline.

We can't help but worry that it's just going to be a big let-down if we get our hopes up too much.


Pepe Mel understandably wishes to improve his West Brom squad in a bid to ensure that his side keeps their head above water in the sea of dross, and The Sun this morning claims that he will return to Spain in order to do so.

Valencia forward Jonas is the man in question, who the paper believe Mel would be prepared to spend £8million to land. Jonas is 29 but has nine goals in 18 La Liga games this season, and anyone with international caps for Brazil must be brilliant, right? Well, usually.

Juventus have already got Carlos Tevez, Mirko Vucinic, Sebastian Giovinco, Fernando Llorente and Fabio Quagliarella, but the Daily Mirror don't believe that those names will stop them making an offer to take Dani Osvaldo from Southampton.

The striker has been suspended by the club after head-butting team mate Jose Fonte in training, and Southampton are understandably keen to get rid (and make money) rather than forcing the striker to rot in the reserves.

The move the Mirror report is for a loan move for the Argentinean, and they also claim both that West Ham are also interested, and that Southampton will look to bring in Sampdoria's Brazilian striker Eder as a replacement.

Fulham are in advanced talks to sign Olympiacos striker Kostas Mitroglou in a stunning £11million deal... New West Brom boss Pepe Mel is ready to swoop for Burnley striker Danny Ings... Norwich are set to sign Lazio centre-back Michael Ciani on loan... Sunderland boss Gus Poyet will have to pay £4million to sign Will Buckley from former club Brighton... Newcastle are making an £8.5million swoop for Lyon midfielder Clement Grenier... Arsenal and Tottenham target Alen Halilovic, 17, is set to stay at Dinamo Zagreb.

'anyone with international caps for Brazil must be brilliant, right' - I give you Mario Jardel and Rafael Scheidt
- fictionalemu

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