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Liverpool are considering a shock move for Carlos Tevez of Manchester City if Luis Suarez forces through a move away from Anfield. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal have given Arsene Wenger the green light to make a mega-money move for Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney. (Daily Mirror)

Brazil striker Hulk has confirmed Chelsea are trying to sign him from Zenit St Petersburg. (Daily Mirror)

New Stoke boss Mark Hughes is targeting a reunion with QPR’s Junior Hoilett, who played under him there and at Blackburn, as he sets about ditching the club’s traditional long-ball style. (Daily Mirror)

New Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho was so keen on his move from Shakhtar Donetsk that he waived his right to £4milllion in bonuses to force the deal through. (Daily Mirror)

In-demand Gareth Bale has dealt a fresh blow to Real Madrid’s hopes of prising him away from Tottenham by gushingly praising his Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas. (Daily Mirror)

Harry Redknapp’s future as QPR manager remains in doubt after Wayne Bridge, the player he referred to when hinting he’d quit if he wasn’t allowed final say on transfers, signed for Reading instead. (Daily Mirror)

Darren Fletcher is on the brink of a sensational return for Manchester United after further surgery on a chronic bowel condition. (Daily Mirror)

Michael Laudrup is set to quit as Swansea manager, despite the club’s insistence he is being backed over transfer targets. The Dane has been linked with the vacancy at former club Real Madrid. (Daily Mirror)

Moneybags Monaco are keen on a £7million move for Chelsea defender John Terry. (Metro)

Arsenal are now favourites to sign Marouane Fellaini, ahead of Chelsea and Manchester United. (The Times)

Norwich have asked Liverpool about midfielder Jonjo Shelvey. (Daily Mail)

Crystal Palace have beaten Celtic to the signing of forward Amido Balde, 22. (Daily Record)


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