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Arsenal admit they will sell Robin van Persie for £30 million – and Theo Walcott could follow him out the door. (Daily Mirror)

Nani fears he’s being forced out of Manchester United despite lowering contract demands. (Daily Mirror)

Daniel Sturridge wants to quit Chelsea after Euro 2012 snub: Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham and Liverpool are all interested. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal target Yann M’Vila has admitted for the first time he’d like to move to the Emirates. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United teenager Ezekiel Fryers is set to snub Newcastle and join Tottenham. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo wants to rebuild the club in Barcelona’s image and sign French full-back Mathieu Debuchy. (Daily Mirror)

New Swansea boss Michael Laudrup will launch a last-ditch attempt to make Gylfi Sigurdsson sign for the Swans. (Daily Mirror)

Frank Lampard will stay on at Chelsea following appointment of Roberto Di Matteo. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool want Roma striker Fabio Borini. (Express)

Liverpool and Newcastle battling for Montpellier left-back Henri Bedimo. (Sun)

Salomon Kalou will snub Liverpool and Arsenal to sign for Lille. (CaughtOffside)

Manchester City are braced to fight off a £30m Real Madrid move for David Silva this week. (Sun)

Mark Hughes will bid £8m for Manchester City trio Roque Santa Cruz, Wayne Bridge and Kolo Toure – who he signed for £45m. (Goal)

Russia midfielder Alan Dzagoev, who scored three goals at Euro 2012, wants to join Arsenal. (Express)

The Gunners are edging closer to signing Olivier Giroud and Yann M’Vila. (Express)

Arsenal want Sunderland midfielder Stephane Sessegnon. (People)

Nicklas Bendtner is set to join Borussia Dortmund. (People)

Sunderland and Swansea also fancy surprise Euro 2012 hit Bendter. (Express)

Barcelona scouts are at Euro 2012 watching Luka Modric. (Goal)

Gareth Bale and Modric are weighing up whether to stay at Tottenham after the sacking of Harry Redknapp. (Star)

West Ham will make an increased offer of £4million for Norwich striker Grant Holt on Monday. (Express)

The Hammers want Juventus winger Eljero Elia and Inter Milan forward Luc Castaignos. (Football Italia)

Mark Hughes fancies a reunion with Aston Villa misfit Stephen Ireland at QPR. (People)

Hughes also wants Manchester United defender Fabio on a season-long loan. (Express)

But United will not allow new signing Nick Powell to go out on loan. (People)

Newcastle are scouting Coventry midfielder Gael Bigirimana. (Star)

Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes is close to a move to Fulham. (People)

And Moussa Dembele will stay with Martin Jol’s side despite interest from Spurs and Liverpool. (Star)

But the Cottagers will lose striker Pavel Pogrebnyak to Reading. (People)

Stoke are leading the chase for Greece Euro 2012 hit Dimitris Salpingidis, with Wigan, Norwich, West Ham and Reading all hovering. (Star)

Southampton are back in for Blackburn defender Scott Dann. (Express)

Bolton are confident of landing Republic Of Ireland midfielder Keith Andrews. (People)

Ipswich want Manchester United outcast keeper Tomasz Kuszczak. (People)

Steve Bruce wants Emile Heskey at Hull. (Star)

Egypt striker Mido is close to a shock switch to Barnsley. (Sun)

Barnsley are battling Watford for young Manchester United midfielder Oliver Norwood. (Sun)

Bristol City are eyeing West Brom keeper Boaz Myhill.  (People)

Jimmy Bullard could be the latest player heading for China. (Star)

Laurent Blanc is shock new rival for Andre Villas-Boas to replace sacked Harry Redknapp at Tottenham. (Daily Mirror)

Spurs are edging closer to appointing former Schalke boss Ralf Rangnick. (People)

Roberto Martinez has been told he will have to work with a transfer committee – his main objection to taking the Liverpool job – if he joins Tottenham. (Mail)

David Moyes is set to snub Spurs and sign a new three-year deal at Everton. (Express)

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