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Luis Suarez is refusing to apologise to Brendan Rodgers – and insists there is no way back for him at Liverpool, with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is still hopeful a deal can be struck. (Daily Mirror)

Barcelona chiefs will make a final make-or-break offer for Chelsea’s David Luiz this week. (Daily Mirror)

Ajax have received an offer for Tottenham target Toby Alderweireld, the Dutch outfit have confirmed. (Daily Mirror)

QPR have had a bid accepted for striker Duvan Zapata, according to his club Estudiantes. (Daily Mirror)

West Brom have stepped up their bid to sign Matej Vydra after pursuit of Salomon Kalou hit a dead end. (Daily Mirror)

Kevin Doyle is heading for a cut-price £3million move to Premier League new-boys Hull – if he agrees to take a 50 per cent drop in pay. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United are back in the race to sign Gareth Bale from Tottenham, as Real Madrid’s move is now in doubt. (Independent)

Jose Mourinho is looking at making a shock move for Samuel Eto’o of Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala – if Chelsea fail in their bid to land Wayne Rooney. (Daily Star)

Tottenham have been quoted £30m by Roma for forward Erik Lamela. (Times)

Liverpool have rejected a £14.6m bid from Barcelona for Daniel Agger but the player is interested in a move. (Guardian)

Liverpool are hopeful of completing the signing of Granada left-back Guilherme Siqueira. (Liverpool Echo)

Hull want Jake Livermore on loan from Tottenham as well as a permanent deal for Tom Huddlestone. (Daily Mail)

Sunderland will sign Trabzonspor defender Ondrej Celustka on a season-long loan after a medical on Monday. They have also enquired again about deals for Juventus strikers Fabio Quagliarella and Alessandro Matri with Paolo di Canio looking to take Matri, 28, on loan. (Daily Mail)

Aston Villa are eyeing a move for 23-year-old Sochaux winger Ryad Boudebouz. (Daily Mail)

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