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Wayne Rooney should stay and break my Manchester United record says Sir Bobby Charlton. (Daily Mirror)

Gareth Bale is being frozen out by Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy as Real Madrid transfer saga turns bitter in repeat of Luka Modric fiasco. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United could give up pursuit of Cesc Fabregas, David Moyes admits. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham are now living in the shadow of a potential £95million Gareth Bale punt that would cripple club – and turn title-challengers into also-rans. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool pursue loan move for versatile Benfica defender Lorenzo Melgarejo. (Daily Mirror)

Cardiff City want to bring £3million Joe Ledley ‘home’ from Celtic. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City’s Matija Nastasic will miss the start of the season after injury against Sunderland, so Joleon Lescott will now stay to fill boots. (Daily Mirror)

West Brom want loan-then-buy deal for Napoli and Argentina defender Federico Fernandez. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham’s Emmanuel Adebayor is still a target for Besiktas IF they escape a match-fixing ban. (Daily Mirror)

Luis Suarez’s transfer from Liverpool to Arsenal doesn’t make sense to Michael Owen – but joining Real Madrid does. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham chief Daniel Levy has flown home from his family holiday to resolve the Gareth Bale crisis. (Daily Mail)

Real Madrid will offer £51million plus Fabio Coentrao and Angel Di Maria for the Welsh winger. (The Sun)

Or Spurs will bid for Javier Pastore to replace Madrid-bound Bale. (Daily Star)

Bayern Munich could offer £40million for David Luiz after the Chelsea defender impressed at the Confederations Cup. (The Sun)

Fulham will return for Darren Bent after top target Dani Osvaldo opted to stay at Roma. (The Times)

Crystal Palace want to sign Marouane Chamakh on a six-month loan to cover for the injured Glenn Murray. (The Sun)

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