#TransferTalk : All The Latest Football Transfer Gossips This Evening

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Top stories and transfer rumours from the back pages of today’s regional newspapers.

LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Edinson Cavani remains a Chelsea target as Jose Mourinho is left with money to spend following the exit of Romelu Lukaku.

Ravel Morrison’s future at West Ham looks increasingly uncertain as he was charged with assaulting two women outside a bar in Manchester city centre in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Jose Mourinho sold Romelu Lukaku to Everton because he did not believe the striker had the motivation to fight for a place at Chelsea.

Manchester United’s American owners are set to raise around £89million by selling more of their shares in the club on the New York Stock Exchange.
Steven Gerrard has revealed he told Luis Suarez he was too good to join Arsenal when the North Londoners bid for him last summer.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Nemanja Vidic reckons Manchester United can get back to their best under Louis van Gaal.

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini declared himself happy with the Blues’ performance despite their penalties defeat against Liverpool in the International Champions Cup.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Everton boss Roberto Martinez insists record signing Romelu Lukaku will be worth “every single penny” after he sealed a £28m transfer from Chelsea.

Brendan Rodgers saluted his side’s character and tactical flexibility after Liverpool fought back to beat Manchester City in New York.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Alan Pardew says that Newcastle United will “monitor” the situation surrounding Loic Remy.

Patrick van Aanholt says his move to Sunderland will give him the Premier League stage he craves.

THE JOURNAL
Hatem Ben Arfa’s Newcastle United nightmare may be about to be ended by a move to Ukrainian side Dnipro.

Liam Bridcutt believes his former Chelsea team-mate Patrick van Aanholt has made the right decision to further his career at Sunderland.
SUNDERLAND ECHO

Santiago Vergini is expected to be the next arrival at the Stadium of Light, as Sunderland close in on re-signing the Argentine defender.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL
Denny Johnstone has vowed to repay Birmingham City for the faith they have shown in him.

Burnley are preparing a £2 million-plus bid for West Bromwich Albion defender Craig Dawson.

West Bromwich Albion are understood to have received an offer from an unnamed European club for Argentina international Claudio Yacob.

EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves boss Kenny Jackett today told captain Sam Ricketts all contract talks are on hold until October.

THE SENTINEL
Mark Hughes believes some good old-fashioned TLC will help bring Bojan back to his best at Stoke City.

NEWHAM RECORDER
Premier League footballer Ravel Morrison has been charged with assaulting two women.

FULHAM CHRONICLE
Armand Traore admits he had mixed feelings when fellow Frenchman Loic Remy’s move to Liverpool broke down this week.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Ashley Williams has revealed Swansea City players have spelled out to Wilfried Bony just how keen they are for him to remain at the Liberty.

WALES ONLINE
Gary Medel’s move to Inter Milan looks closer than ever after the Chilean’s agent met Cardiff City chiefs to thrash out a deal.

THE PINK UN
Neil Adams is prepared to tap into the loan market to source the best emerging Premier League talent to bolster Norwich City’s Championship promotion bid.

THE DAILY ECHO

Southampton are being linked with a move for Inter Milan midfielder Saphir Taider as part of a deal for striker Dani Osvaldo.
HULL DAILY MAIL

Hull City might begin the Europa League as novices tonight but captain Curtis Davies believes progress into the group stages must be the “minimum” target for Steve Bruce’s side.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Tom Lees has completed his move from Leeds United to Sheffield Wednesday.
DERBY TELEGRAPH

Will Hughes and John Eustace will be given the chance to prove they can fill the “George Thorne” role for Derby County this season.

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