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the sun on sunday
  • Arsenal are reportedly set for talks with Barcelona as they look to seal an audacious loan deal for Philippe Coutinho.
  • Manchester United are eyeing a swoop for Ajax sensation David Neres in a £46m deal, as their transfer spree continues.
  • Spurs and Manchester United face competition from Real Madrid in the pursuit of Sporting Lisbon’s £63m rated Bruno Fernandes.
  • Chelsea are looking set to sell Tiemoue Bakayoko and Danny Drinkwater – after they were both left at home for the club’s trip to Germany.
  • Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson is winning the race to sign Gary Cahill on a two-year, £75,000-a-week deal.
sunday mirror
  • Leroy Sane faces the prospect of losing £11m in wages if he continues with his refusal to sign a new contract with Manchester City .
  • Paul Pogba fears he could be priced out of a move to Real Madrid, who face a £270m bill to sign him from Manchester United .
sunday express
  • Pep Guardiola is weighing up moves for Real Madrid midfielder Isco and Bournemouth central defender Nathan Ake.
  • Mauricio Pochettino is ready to revive his interest in signing Napoli’s £20m Albania international right-back Elseid Hysaj.
  • Everton are interested in signing Ivan Rakitic, amid rumours the Barcelona midfielder’s future is uncertain.

    Manchester United want Paulo Dybala and Mario Mandzukic for Romelu Lukaku.

mail on sunday
  • Manchester City are understood to have signed Juventus right back Joao Cancelo for £32m, with Danilo moving the other way.
  • Barcelona have reportedly offered Premier League clubs the chance to sign Philippe Coutinho for a £27m loan fee.
daily star sunday
  • Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers is planning a surprise £15m swoop for Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer.
sunday mail
  • Celtic boss Neil Lennon has revealed Arsenal target Kieran Tierney is in constant pain when he kicks a ball.
  • Hibs want to sign Rangers winger Glenn Middleton on a season-long loan deal after he watched their 1-0 win over St Mirren from the stands.