Football Papers : All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Evening

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

West Ham could offer Kevin Nolan and Matt Jarvis to QPR as part of any deal to bring Charlie Austin to Upton Park. 

Arsene Wenger says Arsenal will do further business in the transfer window this summer if they can identify players who will strengthen the squad.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS 

Robert Lewandowski and Edinson Cavani have been earmarked as potential replacements for Robin van Persie at Manchester United. 

Louis van Gaal is also in the market for a centre half, which could see the club’s spending rise to £300 million this summer. 

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Tottenham have dropped out of the race to sign Christian Benteke, paving the way for Liverpool to complete a deal for the Villa striker. 

Former Cardiff City midfielder Gary Medel has welcomed Liverpool’s interest in his services. The Chilean currently plays for Inter Milan. 

HULL DAILY MAIL

Steve Bruce will target Celtic forward Anthony Stokes if Turkish giants Besiktas sign in Dame N’Doye.  Newcastle’s Haris Vuckic is also a target. 

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Championship player of the year Patrick Bamford is being chased by Norwich City. 

WALES ONLINE

Cardiff City have told Leeds they can make the loan deal for Tom Adeyemi permanent next summer if they’re willing to stump up £1m.

READING POST

Reading are set to complete the signing of Oman captain Ali Al-Habsi.

IPSWICH STAR

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy plans on further strengthening his squad before the start of the new season, but insists he won’t pay over the odds for players.

HUDDERSFIELD EXAMINER

Celtic and Leeds United have joined Huddersfield in the race for Manchester City ace Jordi Hiwula.

EVENING TIMES

Everton manager Roberto Martinez has told Celtic that he is not interested in selling Aiden McGeady.

Celtic legend Chris Sutton has backed Nadir Ciftci to become a huge hit at Parkhead and told the new signing not to change.

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