#TransferTalk :All The Latest Football Transfer News And Gossips This Morning

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THE GUARDIAN

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is planning a summer clearout, with first team regulars Radamel Falcao, Robin van Persie, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Rafael da Silva among those who could be leaving Old Trafford.

DAILY MIRROR

QPR may sack manager Harry Redknapp if they lose to Manchester United on Saturday, with Tim Sherwood his likely replacement.

Jermain Defoe has agreed a £14m, £80,000-per-week deal to join Sunderland from FC Toronto.

THE SUN

England manager Roy Hodgson has had to scrap a planned get together dinner with his squad as he was unable to agree a suitable date with Premier League bosses.

Burnley are planning a £2.5m move for West Brom midfielder Graham Dorrans.

THE TIMES

Manchester City will rebuff any loan inquiries for £25m-rated forward Stevan Jovetic, with Juventus understood to be interested in taking him on a temporary deal.

Aston Villa will wait until the summer before trying to sign on-loan Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley in the hope they can land him on a free transfer.

DAILY MAIL

Juventus and AC Milan are in the running to sign out-of-favour Spurs midfielder Paulinho.

Stoke are prepared to let centre-back Robert Huth leave on loan, with Watford understood to be keen on taking the former Chelsea player.

DAILY STAR

Arsenal will face a challenge from Hamburg for the signature of £3.5m-rated Legia Warsaw youngster Krystian Bielik.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester City will seek to build bridges with sister club New York City in the wake of the Frank Lampard saga by inviting them to play two warm-up matches – against St Mirren and Brondby – at their new training and academy complex ahead of New York’s debut MLS season.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

QPR are keen to sign former Tottenham winger Paul-Jose M’Poke on loan for the rest of the season. M’Poke is due to join Al-Arabi from Standard Liege but an agreement is in place that allows him to join a European club on a temporary deal.

THE INDEPENDENT

The FA are keen to close a work permit loophole in the transfer system that allows clubs to use a discredited appeals process to sign non-EU players.

DAILY RECORD

Walter Smith says he will not return to Rangers, even if his friend Douglas Park takes control of the club.

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