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Spurs will also have another rival to contend with, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is a fan too of Juan Mata. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United are after Chelsea defender David Luiz and are willing to pay £30m for him. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has lined up Valencia’s Adil Rami to help solve his defensive problems. (Daily Mirror)

Zenit St Petersburg boss tells Spurs that striker Hulk is not for sale, leaving Spurs with a race on their hands to bring in replacements for Gareth Bale before the transfer window is over. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew has lined up Wigan midfielder James McCarthy to replace in-demand Yohan Cabaye. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal’s hopes of buying Mesut Ozil rise after the Real Madrid midfielder sulks when substituted in their match against Granada. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea line up Christian Atsu transfer to give Mourinho even more attacking options, it would give Chelsea seven wingers to choose from. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal and Spurs are both tracking Alvaro Vadillo, a teenage Real Betis winger who has been compared to a young Cristiano Ronaldo. (Daily Mirror)

Stoke City have set their sights on Queens Park Rangers winger Junior Hoilett and West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie . But Swansea City and Cardiff City are also in the race for the forward.

West Ham are signing Honduras international striker Roger Rojas on loan from Club Deportivo Olimpia in his homeland. (Daily Mirror)

Gareth Bale has reportedly had enough of life at White Hart Lane and has told friends that his Spurs days are over, hence his absence from training yesterday. (The Sun).

Wayne Rooney will get a new contract at Manchester United if he can show commitment to the Old Trafford side and keep up his good form. (The Daily Mail).

Wayne Rooney is definitely staying put at Manchester United, and will not hand in a transfer request. (The Sun).

Mesut Ozil wants a huge pay packet if he is to move to Arsenal or Manchester United, he could be after around £200k per week. (The Sun).


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