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Robin van Persie has flown back from his paradise holiday for showdown talks with Arsenal. (Daily Mirror)

Nigel De Jong has spent Euro 2012 trying to convince Robin van Persie to sign for City. (Daily Mirror)

Sunderland will move to replace the departed Asamoah Gyan with Wolves forward Steven Fletcher. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa’s approach for Ryan Bertrand has been rebuffed by Chelsea and they will offer the young defender a contract extension. (Daily Mirror)

Ex-Chelsea winger Salomon Kalou has joined Lille ahead of their Champions League campaign. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal’s bid for young Real Madrid forward Joselu has been rejected, as has that of West Ham. (Daily Mirror)

Former Rangers captain Steven Davis will return south of the border to sign for newly-promoted Southampton. (Daily Mirror)

QPR willing to offer more cash than Borussia Moenchengladbach and Everton to secure the signing of Junior Hoilett. (Daily Mirror)

Diego Forlan’s signing by Internacional means that Spurs target Leandro Damiao could be let go. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea are back in the hunt for Spurs midfielder Luka Modric. (Mail on Sunday)

The Blues are also looking to strengthen with the acquisition of young Marseille right-back Cesar Azpiliceuta. (Metro)

And Frank Lampard has pledged to remain with the Stamford Bridge club despite being linked with LA Galaxy. (The Sun)

Tottenham are willing to go head-to-head with London rivals Chelsea in the chase for Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski. (Sunday Times)

Arsenal will bid £25million for Fiorentina forward Stefan Jovetic in hope of replacing the outgoing Robin van Persie. (Sunday Express)

Liverpool will look to hold on to Team GB winger Craig Bellamy despite rumours of his sale. (Liverpool Echo)

Stoke are on the cusp of completing a deal for USA international Geoff Cameron. (Stoke Sentinel)


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