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West Ham have made an audacious bid to rescue Dimitar Berbatov from his Manchester United hell. (Daily Mirror)

Schalke midfielder Lewis Holtby is on Arsenal’s radar, amid doubts over the future of Theo Walcott.(Daily Mirror)

Arsenal have also made an official bid for wonderboy M’Baye Niang – in a desperate attempt to keep him away from Manchester City.(Daily Mirror)

Andy Carroll will push for a move home to Newcastle as his current club Liverpool try to thrash out a deal with the Magpies.(Daily Mirror)

Mark Hughes has had a £3million bid for Inter Milan striker Luc Castaignos rejected.(Daily Mirror)

Michael Owen is a shock target for Aussie side Melbourne Heart.(Daily Mirror)

Chelsea will have to break the bank if they want to sign midfielder Oscar from Brazilian side Internacional.(Daily Mirror)

Holland international Ron Vlaar has set his heart on an £8million move to Aston Villa.(Daily Mirror)

Jean Makoun’s Aston Villa career is in jeopardy – because he has not learned to speak English.(Daily Mirror)

West Brom aim to tie up a deal for Argentinian midfielder Claudio Yacob this week.(Daily Mirror)

Reading have tabled a £4million bid for Tottenham defender Kyle Naughton after completing the signing of Watford’s Adrian Mariappa.(Daily Mirror)

Goalkeeper Brad Guzan has signed a new three-year contract with Aston Villa.(Daily Mirror)

Blackburn boss Steve Kean is making an ambitious £3.5million bid to sign Queens Park Rangers’ Scotland forward Jamie Mackie.(Daily Mirror)

Hamburg chairman Carl Edgar Jarchow has said his side are out of the running for Tottenham’s Rafael van der Vaart.(Daily Mirror)

Chelsea are set to pay over £60million to land Napoli hitman Edinson Cavani and Brazilian playmaker Oscar in a sensational double swoop. (The Sun)

Edinson Cavani will demand  parity with Chelsea’s top earners when he reopens talks with the European champions this week, which means he wants £150,000 per week. (Daily Express)

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is eyeing Olympiacos ace Kevin Mirallas. The 24-year-old can play either out wide or up front, and is keen on a move to Anfield. (Daily Star)

Arsenal may have given up on keeping Manchester City and Juventus target Robin van Persie – after leaving him out of their latest online replica kit catalogue. (The Sun)

But the Gunners are still trying to strengthen their squad and yesterday made a £9million bid for Corinthians goalscoring midfielder Paulinho. (Times)

Manchester United’s pursuit of Lucas Moura hit another financial snag when it emerged that Sao Paulo’s asking price could soon increase to £34million. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool will try to recoup £20million when they offload Andy Carroll. (The Sun)

Swansea have made a £1.7m bid for Rayo Vallecano’s Michu but face competition from Premier League big guns Manchester United and Liverpool. (Daily Mail)

Tottenham target Emmanuel Adebayor will return to training with Manchester City today still unsure about his future, as his proposed move to White Hart Lane has still not been resolved. (The Sun)

Spurs are considering a move for Malaga striker Jose Salomon Rondon amid claims the Spanish club are on the brink of a financial crisis. (Daily Mail)

Steven Pienaar is set to become an Everton player once again this week when he completes a £2.5m switch from Tottenham. (The Sun)

Chelsea youngster Josh McEachran will hold talks with Di Matteo this week to discover whether he has a place in first-team plans at Stamford Bridge this season. (Daily Mail)

Luka Modric inched closer to his dream move to Real Madrid after the Spanish club agreed to pay Tottenham an initial £27.5million. (Daily Express)

Chris Hughton is continuing his rebuilding project at Norwich with a bid for Leeds’ £5million-rated midfielder Robert Snodgrass. (Daily Mail)

West Ham and Cardiff are chasing midfielder Akos Buzsaky, 30, after his release by QPR. (Daily Star)

Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku is closing in on a loan move to Fulham. (Goal.com)

Bayer Leverkusen director Wolfgang Holzhauser has insisted that Germany international Andre Schurrle is not for sale after rejecting an improved bid from Chelsea. (Goal.com)

Swindon Town interim chairman Jeremy Wray has denied his club are close to signing Socceroos forward Harry Kewell. (Goal.com)

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