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Manchester United boss David Moyes is weighing up a move for Real Madrid midfield Mesut Ozil. (Daily Mirror)

Brazil star Willian has begged Liverpool to end his Anzhi Makhachkala misery. (Daily Mirror)

Gareth Bale is giving Tottenham the silent treatment to force a move to Real Madrid. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger must double his bid for Swansea’s Wales skipper Ashley Williams to get his man. (Daily Mirror)

Roberto Martinez has warned Manchester United: “You won’t get Marouane Fellaini on the cheap.” (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has told wantaway striker Luis Suarez: “We won’t let you sabotage our season”. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United are continuing to track Cristiano Ronaldo after coaches Phil Neville and Steve Round watched the former Old Trafford star in action for Portugal on Wednesday night. (Daily Mail)

If Real Madrid succeed in luring Gareth Bale, it could free up Angel Di Maria for a move to Manchester United. (Daily Star)

Swansea have warned Arsenal off making a move for Spanish striker Michu. (Daily Star)

Chelsea remain interested in a deal for Anzhi Makhachkala striker Samuel Eto’o. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea still want to sign Wayne Rooney, but will pull the plug on any deal if it is not completed by August 26 – when they play Manchester United in the Premier League. (Daily Express)

Tottenham are closing in on a £15m swoop for Roma striker Pablo Osvaldo, who is also wanted by Southampton. (Times)

Steve Clarke is on the verge of signing Manchester City winger Scott Sinclair after West Bromwich Albion tabled an improved loan offer. (Daily Telegraph)

Crystal Palace are considering a move for former Chelsea defender Khalid Boulahrouz. Manager Ian Holloway has also shown interest in William Gallas. (Daily Mail)

West Ham have stepped up their interest in Feyenoord centre back Bruno Martins Indi. (The Sun)


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