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DAILY MIRROR

Louis van Gaal is convinced David De Gea will snub Real Madrid to stay at Manchester United. De Gea has stalled on signing on a £200,000-a-week contract from United, in the knowledge Real are waiting to take him to the Bernabeu.

Liverpool’s Brendan Rodgers is ”150 per cent” sure he will be the Reds’ boss next season.

Hull manager Steve Bruce claims he trusts West Ham boss Sam Allardyce to do his best to beat Newcastle.

German defender Mats Hummels snubbed Manchester United because the Red Devils took too long to firm up their interest in him.

Liverpool have been warned off a possible move for Yannick Bolasie by his Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester City are overwhelming favourites to sign Raheem Sterling and will bid for the Liverpool forward when the transfer window opens.

Louis van Gaal has not given up hope of keeping David de Gea out of Real Madrid’s clutches and persuading the Spanish goalkeeper to stay at Manchester United.

Jordon Ibe’s stepfather will be given a job as a scout for Liverpool after successfully agreeing the teenage winger’s new five-year contract at the club.

Theo Walcott set for showdown contract talks with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.

THE SUN

Robin Van Persie has had crunch talks with his agent as his Manchester United future hangs in the balance.

Alan Pardew has stuck the knife into Newcastle fans who hounded him out of the club by saying: “They now wish I was still manager”.

Sam Allardyce says his time at West ham has been “brilliant”.

Derby want Steve McClaren to quit and clear the way for a new manager. 

Sunderland hero Dick Advocaat has told the club: If you want me as boss, splash the cash.

Tony Pulis has warned Saido Berahino he wants none of the contract controversy engulfing Raheem Sterling at Liverpool.

Arsene Wenger has told Barcelona Aaron Ramsey is not for sale.

Ron Vlaar could hand Aston Villa an FA Cup final boost by agreeing a new deal with the club.

 GUARDIAN

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers blames agent for the Raheem Sterling contract stand-off.

Louis van Gaal believes David de Gea will stay at Manchester United despite the goalkeeper not yet signing a new deal and Real Madrid appearing favourites to buy him in the summer.

DAILY EXPRESS

Steven Gerrard is determined to end his Liverpool career with goal against Crystal Palace today.

Louis Van Gaal has slammed his Manchester United team for failing to close out games this season.

Rangers boss Stuart McCall says he would enjoy the chance to rebuild the Gers by signing stars himself – rather than let a director of football bring players in.

DAILY STAR

Brendan Rodgers has told Liverpoll fans to go easy on Raheem Sterling on Sunday.

Roy Hodgson says Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard will be top managers one day.

Dick Advocaat has told Sunderland he might stay – if the club buy him six new players.

Manuel Pellegrini says his end-of-season meeting with Manchester City’s top brass will not decide his future.

Garry Monk insists his Swansea stars are going nowhere this summer.

Ron Vlaar is set to complete a major U-turn and stay at Aston Villa.

INDEPENDENT

Brendan Rodgers has urged Liverpool fans not to turn on Raheem Sterling in the last game of the season at Stoke City on Sunday after a turbulent week at the club regarding the player’s future. 

The Professional Footballers’ Association could provide an emergency solution to the escalating contractual dispute between the Raheem Sterling camp and Raheem Sterling.

DAILY RECORD

Ronny Deila believes Scott Brown is a Celtic manager in waiting and insists he will become a better player now he has assumed a coaching role.

Stuart McCall last night insisted he could work alongside a director of football if Rangers choose to go down that route – but is adamant the manager should have the final word on any players coming into the club.

Celtic are tracking highly rated Mexican Erick Gutierrez who is set to captain his country in the Under-20 World Cup next week.

Ian Murray has refused to rule out working with predecessor Gary Teale after pipping him for the St Mirren manager’s job.

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