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Re-hired Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has made a stunning £35million move for Zenit St Petersburg’s Brazil forward Hulk. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea also lead the chase for Serbian wonderkid Lazar Markovic, a winger at Partizan Belgrade who’s been watched by top clubs across Europe. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa have slapped an incredible £40m price tag on in-demand striker Christian Benteke to deter Atletico Madrid, Arsenal and Spurs. (Daily Mirror)

Carlos Tevez’s representatives have played down speculation he could be set for a move from Manchester City to Juventus. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is keen to sign Matthias Ginter, a 19-year-old defensive midfielder, from German top-flight side Freiburg in a deal worth £5m. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool’s attempt to buy Sporting Lisbon’s English-born defender Tiago Ilori could be hijacked by Valencia. (Daily Mirror)

Harry Redknapp has hinted at quitting as Queens Park Rangers after becoming frustrated by delays in signing free-agent ex-England defender Wayne Bridge. (Daily Mirror)

Former England boss Steve McClaren is the shock name on Wigan’s three-man managerial short-list. (Daily Mirror)

Phil Neville will become a coach under his old Everton boss David Moyes at former club Manchester United. Neville had options to stay at Goodison as a coach, continue as a player elsewhere, seek a managerial job of his own or become a media pundit. (Daily Mirror)

Wayne Rooney is set to stay at Manchester United after the club made him the centre of their new kit launch. (Daily Star)

New Stoke City manager may offer Jermaine Pennant a new contract as the winger looks to revive his flagging career. (Telegraph)

West Ham are poised to offer Andy Carroll £100,000 per week to sign up at Upton Park, and Sam Allardyce wants an answer this week. (Daily Mail)

Leandro Damiao’s agent has refused to rule out a Spurs move for his client. (Daily Express)

Bayer Leverkusen striker Andre Schurrle, 22, will become Jose Mourinho’s first signing in his second spell as Chelsea manager. (Köln Express)


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