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It would be “ludicrous” for Liverpool to sell Luis Suarez to Arsenal – or anyone else – now because there is so little time left in the summer window to replace him, says Reds chairman John Henry. (Daily Mirror)

Hull are lining up FC Twente midfielder Willem Janssen – on the recommendation of ex-England boss Steve McClaren, who managed him at the Dutch club. (Daily Mirror)

Harry Redknapp has confirmed QPR’s interest in Tottenham and England striker Jermain Defoe, but faces Premier League competition from Stoke and West Brom. (Daily Mirror)

Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio wants to sign an English midfielder with physical presence – believed to be Spurs’ Tom Huddlestone – and two new full-backs. (Daily Mirror)

Rio Ferdinand planned to stay at Manchester United only a few years but fell in love with the club and now will have is 10-year testimonial on Friday. (Daily Mirror)

England manager Roy Hodgson explains why he’s called up Southampton’s Rickie Lambert, six years after deciding not to buy him from Bristol Rovers while in charge at Fulham. (Daily Mirror)

Roy Hodgson has told Wayne Rooney not to talk about a possible transfer to Chelsea when he meets up with his Stamford Bridge-based mates on England duty this weekend. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham snubbed a meeting with Real Madrid as the Spanish giants look to hold talks over a move for Gareth Bale. (Daily Star)

And that’s because Daniel Levy is wary of Madrid’s ability to finance a world record move for the Welshman. (Daily Telegraph)

David Moyes will make one final £40million bid for Cesc Fabregas as Manchester United look to add to their squad ahead of the new season. (Daily Star)

Jose Mourinho is not giving up on his efforts to sign Wayne Rooney at Chelsea. (The Sun)

And he looks set to make a third bid for Rooney if the striker hands in a transfer request within the next week. (The Guardian)


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