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The Football Talk : All the latest football transfer gossip and rumours today

The Football Talk : All the latest football transfer gossip and rumours today [Victor Valdés on his way to Arsenal]

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DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Manchester City are trying to hijack Manchester United’s £32m deal for Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez will offer old club Swansea £15m for striker Wilfried Bony as Romelu Lukaku’s replacement.
Aaron Ramsey is on the brink of a return to action and has pledged to boost Arsenal’s trophy charge.
Real Sociedad are planning a summer swoop for Blackburn midfielder Ruben Rochina.

THE SUN ON SUNDAY

Samuel Eto’o is set to quit Chelsea as he is still furious with boss Jose Mourinho over his joke about the striker’s age.
Bayern Munich winger Xherdan Shaqiri has issued a come and get me plea to Manchester United and Liverpool.
Southampton outcast Jos Hooiveld has been thrown a lifeline by his former club AIK Stockholm.
Damien Duff’s Fulham career appears to be over.
Arsenal are poised to make a summer swoop for Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes.
Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul is wanted by Besiktas after they missed out on Nemanja Vidic.
Goalkeeper Michel Vorm has urged Swansea to make Ronald Koeman their manager.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie has flown to Holland for urgent treatment on his injured knee from one of Europe’s top surgeons.
Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois will be back at Chelsea from Atletico Madrid next season.
Napoli have sounded out Arsenal about signing out-of-favour defender Thomas Vermaelen.
Harry Redknapp is facing growing opposition from inside QPR amid criticism of his team’s preparations for last Tuesday’s 3-0 defeat at Sheffield Wednesday, according to sources.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino is a contender to manage Monaco next season.
Tim Sherwood is urging Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy to bring centre-back Steven Caulker back from Cardiff City this summer.
Manchester United have wrapped up the signing of Sporting Lisbon star William Carvalho, and Toni Kroos is next on the list.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge’s wages are set to double to £140,000-per-week after a superb run of form.
Loic Remy is desperate to join Arsenal this summer – despite interest from Tottenham.
Monaco have joined the race for Chelsea’s Ashley Cole – but Real Madrid are also keen.
Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson is to be sent on loan to a Premier League club next season.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Gary Cahill has called on England boss Roy Hodgson to take his fellow Chelsea centre-back John Terry to the World Cup.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho wants to sell £17m striker Romelu Lukaku, but not to a Premier League club.
Manchester United boss David Moyes has stepped up his interest in Porto’s France international Eliaquim Mangala.
Tottenham are aiming to snap up Loic Remy once his season long loan spell at Newcastle is up in the summer.
Standard Liege claim Tottenham are not interested in signing their top goalscorer Michy Batshuayi.

THE MAIL ON SUNDAY

Liverpool will compete against Manchester United and Chelsea in the race to sign Southampton and England left-back Luke Shaw thus summer.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez will be the surprise name on Barcelona’s shortlist should manager Gerardo Martino leave at the end of the season.
Tottenham will undergo a wholesale rethink of the club’s structure, with the likely appointment of a new manager to replace Tim Sherwood at the end of the season.
SUNDAY TIMES

Tottenham are leading the pursuit of France international striker Loic Remy who is currently on loan at Newcastle from QPR.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Real Madrid prepared to capitalise on Liverpool’s delay in offering Glen Johnson a new contract by making a summer bid.

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