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Robin van Persie is set to make a dramatic U-turn and stay at the Emirates. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool’s bid to sign Clint Dempsey could be gazumped by Roma if they cannot agree a fee with Fulham.(Daily Mirror)

Tottenham are threatening to pull the plug on their bid to sign Emmanuel Adebayor and make a renewed move for Brazilian striker Leandro Damiao.(Daily Mirror)

Manchester City are considering making one of the shock moves of the transfer window by launching a bid to sign Team GB winger Scott Sinclair from Swansea.(Daily Mirror)

Barcelona will make a surprise £15million bid to try to sign Alex Song from Arsenal and reunite the midfielder with Cesc Fabregas at the Nou Camp.(Daily Mirror)

Edin Dzeko has warned Roberto Mancini that he will not be happy if he remains a bit-part player at Manchester City this season.(Daily Mirror)

West Ham captain Kevin Nolan last night publicly admitted he is desperate to try and tempt Andy Carroll to join him at Upton Park. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea defender Ashley Cole has rejected rumours that contract talks over a new deal at Stamford Bridge have stalled. (Daily Mirror)

Ex-Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has warned Spurs fans to brace themselves for the departure of Luka Modric. (Daily Mirror)

Birmingham boss Lee Clark is trying to snatch Norwich striker James Vaughan in a £1m swoop. (Daily Mirror)

Nottingham Forest are bidding to sign Norwich City’s Spanish youth international central defender Dani Ayala on a season-long loan. (Daily Mirror)

Alex Ferguson missed Manchester United’s friendly 0-0 draw with Valarenga last night to try to push through a deal for Robin van Persie. (Daily Mail)

The Brazilian Football Federation last night denied they had given Lucas Moura permission to leave their Olympic squad to undergo a medical with Manchester United. (Daily Express)

Chelsea are getting closer to agreeing a deal with Wigan for Victor Moses. The Blues hope to wrap up an £8m deal before Sunday’s Community Shield match. (Guardian)

Tottenham target Salomon Rondon has left troubled Malaga for Russian side Rubin Kazan. (The Sun)

President of Brazilian club Internacional has confirmed Tottenham hare the only club to have made a formal bid for striker Leandro Damiao. They have offered around £11m. (Times)

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is weighing up a £2.5m move for Schalke midfielder Anthony Annan. (The Sun)

West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison is set to join Birmingham on loan. Blues boss Lee Clark has snapped up the controversial 19-year-old in a bid to boost his promotion campaign. (Daily Mail)

Blackpool have failed to agree terms with free agent Emile Heskey. The former England international has been training with the Championship club. (Daily Mail)

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo claims he would like follow David Beckham and play in the MLS one day. (The Sun)

Hugo Lloris is off to Spurs for £12million — once Luka Modric is sold to Real Madrid. (The Sun)

Tottenham have made contact with Roma about signing Maarten Stekelenburgas they refuse to up their bid for Hugo Lloris beyond £12 million. (Goal.com)

Manchester United plan to spoil Chelsea’s Premier League preparations by agreeing a deal to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski next summer. (Mail on Sunday)

Manchester United are also hoping to derail Arsenal’s bid to sign Nuri Sahin on loan, by making an offer to buy him, according to reports in Spain. (Metro)

Senegal striker Moussa Konate, 19, could be going to Stoke for £2million. (The Sun)

Newcastle risk losing out on £7.5m Dutch international Vurnon Anita — with Ajax offering the midfielder a bumper new deal. (The Sun)

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is ready to return to former club Swansea City to sign Wales defender Ashley Williams as Daniel Agger is being targeted by Manchester City. (Mail on Sunday)

Tottenham’s renewed bid to sign Brazil’s Leandro Damiao is being threatened by AC Milan, who are also keen on the striker. (Daily Star on Sunday)

West Ham lead the race for Evian ace Yannick Sagbo, 24. The frontman said: “I had approaches from Fulham, Wolfsburg and Marseille. If I must choose it is West Ham.” (The Sun)

Wolves are keen to sign Manchester City’s Montenegro defender Stefan Savic on a season-long loan. (Sunday Express)

Fulham boss Martin Jol has moved in for Vitesse Arnhem defender Alexander Buttner following the collapse of his move to ­Southampton. (Daily Star on Sunday)

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