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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Chelsea are prepared to bid up to £30m with a series of add-ons for Everton defender John Stones.

Aston Villa will cover Emmanuel Adebayor’s wages as the striker heads for the Tottenham exit.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

A new biography on Diego Costa claims Jose Mourinho convinced the striker to turn down Liverpool and wait for Chelsea’s move.

Lucas Digne’s agent Mikkel Beck has denied reports the PSG defender has had any talks with Liverpool.

Jordon Ibe will “feature heavily” in the Liverpool first team this season, according to Brendan Rodgers.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Former Newcastle United midfielder Jonas Gutierrez says his old club should not have let him go at the end of last term.

Sunderland have not made an offer for Ola Toivonen, according to Rennes.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Aston Villa will not stand in Nathan Baker’s way if Burnley come calling with an expected £2m bid.

THE DAILY ECHO

Emmanuel Mayuka has no future at Southampton, according to manager Ronald Koeman.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Hull City have cash in the bank after selling James Chester and Robbie Brady for £15m and Brentford striker Andre Gray is one man in Steve Bruce’s sights.

Southend goalkeeper Daniel Bentley is another player known to have been a target for Hull City this summer.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer admits he will have to make a swift decision over free agent Danny Guthrie.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Paul Konchesky’s future at Leicester City could be over after manager Claudio Ranieri confirmed the full-back is “not in his plans”.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Former Newcastle right-back James Perch is on the verge of a switch from Wigan to QPR .

The Rs, meanwhile, are also lining up a move for Southend goalkeeper Dan Bentley.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Bolton are closing in on the signing of Italian full-back Francesco Pisano.

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