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    Arsenal will table an improved £13m bid for Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye after their initial £10m offer was rejected
    Aly Cissokho will join Liverpool on a season-long loan deal today while Brendan Rodgers hopes to beat Spurs to Willian's signature
    Paolo di Canio is set to make Greek winger Charis Mavrias his 11th summer signing and is also keen on Juventus full-back Paulo de Ceglie

    Arsenal will have to pay at least £20m if they're to land Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye
    Crystal Palace have had a bid for Aaron Cresswell rejected by Ipswich
    Everton will step up their interest in Wigan midfielder James McCarthy while also pursuing an interest in Gareth Barry and Aleksandr Kolarov
    Liverpool are keeping a close eye on FC Groningen's 16-year-old striker Richairo Zlvkovic
    Stoke are readying a £5m bid for Rennes striker Mevlut Erdinc and the French side are willing to sell

    Arsenal have been told that Yohan Cabaye is available but will cost in the region of £20m
    Tottenham are monitoring Luis Neto and Adem Ljajic while hoping for a decision from Willian today
    Manchester United are thought to be prepared to pay £35m for Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini - but Everton value them at £45m

    Newcastle will hold out for £20m for Yohan Cabaye after rejecting a bid of around half that amount from Arsenal
    Willian is expected to decide whether to join Tottenham or Liverpool today

    Micah Richards could be set for a move to Arsenal after the Gunners set their sights on the Manchester City defender
    Valencia full-back Aly Cissokho is set to become Liverpool's fifth summer signing
    Arsenal are set to bid for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba while Arsene Wenger is also pursuing Ashley Williams and Michu from Swansea

    Swansea are bracing themselves for an audacious double bid from Arsenal for Ashley Williams and Michu

    Manchester United are likely to make separate bids for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines are a combined £28m bid was labelled 'derisory and insulting' by Everton

    Arsenal are prepared to go for broke in the transfer market with bids for Michu, Ashley Williams, Yohan Cabaye and Micah Richards

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    The Times:

    Alastair Cook wants England to lay down another marker before the return series this winter as he seeks to become the first Ashes captain to beat Australia 4-0. Also: Arsene Wenger insisted last night that Arsenal had "nothing to explain" over their approach in the transfer market after they were accused by Newcastle United of showing disrespect in their pursuit of Yohan Cabaye.



    The Independent:
    Arsene Wenger last night launched a passionate defence of Arsenal's record in the transfer market and moved to reassure supporters that the club has plenty of time to act before the window closes on September 2. Also: England can and should create history this week at the place where Test cricket started in this country.




    Daily Mail:

    Tottenham began spending Gareth Bale's world record £85million transfer fee yesterday with stunning moves for Brazil winger Willian and Roma forward Erik Lamela. Also: Paris Saint-Germain are ready to outbid Arsenal for Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye and deal another transfer market blow to Arsene Wenger.



    The Sun:
    Gareth Bale's world-record transfer to Real Madrid was all but sealed last night. Also: Arsene Wenger has hit back at moaning fans, storming: "I don't have to explain everything I do."




    Daily Star:

    Angry Arsene Wenger hit back at critics of Arsenal's transfer policy last night, insisting: I stand by my record. Also: Roberto Martinez has told David Moyes he is wasting everybody's time by chasing Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines.



    Daily Mirror:
    Arsene Wenger lost his cool last night with an angry message to Arsenal fans: I don't have to explain myself to anyone. Also: Tottenham are set to send their incredible spending spree crashing through the £100million barrier.




    The Guardian:
    Andre Villas-Boas is poised to break the Tottenham Hotspur transfer record for the third time this summer with the £30million capture of Brazilian forward Willian from Anzhi Makhachkala. Also: Arsene Wenger suggested he did not care what Tottenham do in the transfer market or, indeed, any of Arsenal's rivals in the Premier League, as he mounted a strong defence of his policies and promised he would finish a testing summer with the "right balance" to the squad.



    Daily Express:
    Tottenham last night shattered their club transfer record once again as they splashed out £60million on Willian and Erik Lamela - paving the way for Gareth Bale to confirm his £104m move to Real Madrid by the end of the week. Also: Arsene Wenger yesterday hit back at everybody questioning his move for Yohan Cabaye, adamant that 16 years of success meant he should not have to explain himself.



    Daily Telegraph:
    Arsene Wenger last night launched an outspoken defence of his transfer strategy, claiming that he was unconcerned by the vast spending at Tottenham and promising that Arsenal would end this transfer window with a perfectly balanced squad. Also: The England team will take their win bonuses from the Ashes series beyond the £1million barrier if they win the final Investec Test at the Kia Oval.

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    THE SUN:
    Arsene Wenger's worst nightmare came true last night as he was handed another £25million to spend. Also: Nasser Hussain fears that Stuart Broad could be attacked in Australia this winter.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:

    Shane Watson could barely contain his glee at the prospect of again facing Simon Kerrigan, who was on Wednesday night being comforted by his team-mates after one of the most bruising debuts in recent Ashes history. Also: The World Anti-Doping Agency last night night warned Jamaica it risked expulsion from the next Olympics and other major competitions if it failed to address failings highlighted by former senior employee.



    THE TIMES:
    England were rallying around Simon Kerrigan last night after the most chastening Ashes debut in recent memory left him the subject of laughter from Shane Watson. Also: For Arsene Wenger, the silence was golden. Three times it came over the course of a deeply satisfying evening and, with qualification for the Champions League group stage all but secured for a 16th consecutive season, the Arsenal manager must hope that the angry noise of the previous days is quietened a little.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Arsenal dispelled the sense of crisis that had developed around them this week with an emphatic victory over Fenerbahce in the first leg of a potentially tricky Champions League play-off. Also: Jimmy Anderson told the Australia coach, Darren Lehmann, that he was wasting his time trying to unsettle strike partner Stuart Broad before the Ashes return this winter.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Arsene Wenger has turned his attention to Real Madrid superstar Karim Benzema in his search for a top striker. Also: Muddled England missed the chance to take revenge for Aussie coach Darren Lehmann branding Stuart Broad a "blatant" cheat.



    DAILY STAR:

    Branislav Ivanovic earned Chelsea three points last night minutes after he could have been sent off. Also: Shane Watson last night backed up claims that Stuart Broad is a cheat who should be taunted by Australian fans this winter.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Shane Watson was unable to hide Australia's glee at a rare selection gamble by England that backfired horribly on the first day of the fifth Ashes Test. Also: Arsene Wenger had hoped for a sanctuary amid the mayhem at this bear-pit of an arena, a dose of "real football" rather than wearying talk of crisis and the lack of summer signings. The Arsenal manager also expressed the belief that the world would see the quality of his existing players, as the team pushed to advance through the Champions League play-off and reach the group phase of the competition for the 16th consecutive season.



    DAILY EXPRESS:

    Arsenal eased the pressure on manager Arsene Wenger with victory in the Champions League qualifier away at Fenerbahce last night. Also: Jimmy Anderson defended England's decision to gamble on two debutants at The Oval, insisting they will bounce back after a nightmare start to their Test careers.

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    DAILY STAR:
    Manchester United are poised to launch a £30million bid for Real Madrid's Mesut Ozil. Also: Gareth Bale will snub Tottenham's clash with Swansea tomorrow as he prepares for his unveiling at Real Madrid next week... Jose Mourinho has taunted Tottenham after snatching Willian from their clutches.



    DAILY MAIL:
    David Moyes yesterday raised the stakes in his battle with Everton for Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini by hinting his old club should sell the pair for the good of their careers. Also: Australia's concerted eff
    ort to unsettle England with a war of words continued yesterday as both Shane Watson and Michael Clarke got stuck into Kevin Pietersen.




    DAILY MIRROR:
    Wayne Rooney will be let loose against Chelsea - to show them just what they are missing out on. Also: Tottenham believe Chelsea gazumped them for £30million Willian because Jose Mourinho fears they are genuine title contenders... Roberto Martinez insists that Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines will not have their heads turned by Manchester United's destabilising tactics.



    THE SUN:

    Real Madrid have set the stage for Gareth Bale's unveiling. Also: David Moyes insists he is ready to start Wayne Rooney against Chelsea on Monday night... Steve Clarke revealed the dramatic moment a grief-stricken Nicolas Anelka told him he was finished with football.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Jack Wilshere may quit Arsenal if Arsene Wenger is forced out as manager. Also: Wayne Rooney will start for Manchester United against Chelsea despite Jose Mourinho's attempts to unsettle him before Monday's showdown at Old Trafford... Michael Laudrup believes Tottenham's spending spree will not replace superstar Gareth Bale.




    THE INDEPENDENT:

    The Brazilian playmaker Willian was persuaded by Chelsea to break off his negotiations with Tottenham while he was undergoing a medical with Spurs, it emerged yesterday, when Jose Mourinho indicated that his club had won an ill-tempered battle for the player's signature. Also: David Moyes has responded to criticism of Manchester United's pursuit of Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini by suggesting that his successor as Everton manager, Roberto Martinez, would be wrong to stand in the way of the pair moving to Old Trafford.



    THE TIMES:
    If the transfer of Gareth Bale is the most protracted of the summer, Chelsea's capture of Willian is the smash and grab of the decade. Also: Chelsea are monitoring Jackson Martinez as a possible alternative to Wayne Rooney of Manchester United. The striker scored 26 times in 27 appearances last season for Porto.




    THE GUARDIAN:
    Jose Mourinho made little attempt to hide his delight at hijacking Tottenham's move for Willian as the north London club raged behind the scenes about Chelsea's £32million capture of the Anzhi Makhachkala forward representing a vendetta against them. Also: David Moyes has claimed Everton's manager, Roberto Martinez, is holding back the careers of Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines by not allowing them to be sold to Manchester United... Brendan Rodgers remains determined to sign a left winger before the transfer deadline to allow Philippe Coutinho to develop as a number 10 at Liverpool.




    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Australia's frustration at England's attempt to kill the fifth Investec Ashes Test flared up into a verbal spat between Michael Clarke and Kevin Pietersen yesterday. Also: David Moyes has returned fire at Everton manager Roberto Martinez by telling his Goodison Park successor to "do what is right" for Manchester United targets Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini... Jose Mourinho has taunted Tottenham over their failed pursuit of Willian after helping Chelsea woo the Brazilian out of the arms of Andre Villas-Boas.

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    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    Chelsea have agreed a deal to sign Samuel Eto'o as part of the negotiations to acquire Willian for £30million from Anzhi Makhachkala which will end their attempts to buy Wayne Rooney this summer. Also: Worcester Warriors captain Jonathan Thomas said he felt "lucky to be alive" after the team bus erupted into flames en route to a pre-season fixture against Ospreys in Swansea.



    THE OBSERVER:
    Cristiano Ronaldo has informed Manchester United he would like to return to the club one day, probably to end his career, after a summer in which the Premier League champions have explored the possibilities behind the scenes of bringing him back from Real Madrid. Also: Paolo Di Canio did not get much sleep before Sunderland's 1-1 draw at Southampton after police were called to his team's hotel to investigate an incident in the early hours of the morning.



    THE MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    Gareth Bale flew to Spain yesterday to prepare to sign for Real Madrid - but Tottenham and the Spanish giants are still thrashing out terms of the proposed world-record move. Also: Wayne Rooney will be allowed to leave Manchester United in this transfer window if he moves abroad.



    THE SUN ON SUNDAY:
    Spurs were last night holding out for a world-record £86.3million from Real Madrid for Gareth Bale. Also: Arsene Wenger is set to make a shock swoop for £10million-rated Newcastle keeper Tim Krul.



    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Yohan Cabaye has gone on strike at Newcastle after refusing to play in Toon's opening matches of the season. Also: Daniel Sturridge proved he can be Liverpool's talisman in the absence of Luis Suarez with yet another match-winning display.



    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has pleaded with Manchester United boss David Moyes to sell unsettled striker Wayne Rooney to him. Also: Daniel Sturridge proved Liverpool's match-winner for a second successive weekend as they edged out Villa to make their best start to a Premier League season for five years.



    THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    It was solid rather than spectacular, but Brendan Rodgers will not care about that after his Liverpool side made it two wins out of two at the start of a Premier League season for the first time in five years, thanks to Daniel Sturridge's solitary strike at Villa Park. Also: Gareth Bale has flown to the Spanish resort of Marbella ahead of his transfer to Real Madrid as the world-record fee for the deal was described as "disrespectful" by Barcelona's new coach Gerardo Martino.



    DAILY STAR SUNDAY
    : Jose Mourinho last night urged David Moyes to sell Wayne Rooney to Chelsea, insisting: "Why keep an unhappy player?" Also: Angry Everton boss Roberto Martinez last night blasted David Moyes for trying to unsettle his star pair of Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini.



    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Chelsea will make a £40million last-ditch bid for Wayne Rooney. Also: Gareth Bale has agreed a stunning £97million contract to join Real Madrid.



    SUNDAY TIMES:
    Jose Mourinho, the Chelsea manager, has accused Manchester United of an "old-fashioned mentality" in their stubborn refusal to sell Wayne Rooney, who has made it clear he would like to move to Stamford Bridge. Also: If form is temporary, it is also relative. Two wins from two at the start of a league campaign is hardly definitive evidence of Liverpool's re-emergence, but in the context of their recent history it could almost warrant the club shop producing a DVD.

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    THE SUN:
    Jose Mourinho has blamed David Moyes for causing Wayne Rooney's Manchester United transfer hell. Also: Bargain buy Fraizer Campbell stunned the billionaires of Manchester City as Cardiff stormed to their first Premier League win.



    DAILY MAIL
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    Gareth Bale is free to join Real Madrid today after Tottenham agreed a world record £86million deal with the Spanish giants last night. Also: Jose Mourinho last night told David Moyes: I didn't unsettle Wayne Rooney, you did.



    DAILY MIRROR
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    England cricket chiefs will go to war over rules on bad light that belong in the dark ages. Also: Cardiff boss Malky Mackay backed match-winner Fraizer Campbell for England after his team stunned Manchester City.

    DAILY EXPRESS: Fraizer Campbell has been backed for England honours after his second-half brace stunned Manchester City. Also: Jose Mourinho says David Moyes is to blame for Wayne Rooney's misery at Old Trafford.


    DAILY STAR
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    Jose Mourinho insists David Moyes is to blame for putting Wayne Rooney at the centre of a bitter transfer tug-of-war. Also: New boys Cardiff were celebrating one of the great days of their history last night after stunning Manchester City.




    THE TIMES
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    The most senior figure in English cricket called last night for a change in rules on bad light after England's Ashes triumph ended with boos ringing around the Kia Oval. Also: Manuel Pellegrini attempted to shift the emphasis away from Joe Hart but there was no escaping that it was the Manchester City goalkeeper's late mistake that tipped the game in favour of Cardiff City yesterday.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    Cardiff City celebrated their return to the top flight of British football with a victory that left manager Malky Mackay singing the praises of a club who had weathered some tough times - and backing his striker Fraizer Campbell to add to his one England cap. Also: Tottenham Hotspur have finally agreed the world-record 100million euro transfer of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid.



    THE GUARDIAN
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    Manuel Pellegrini blamed his team's defending for the two second-half Cardiff City goals from corners that consigned Manchester City to a shock 3-2 defeat in south Wales. Also: Alastair Cook lifted the Ashes urn late last night after one of the great sporting anticlimaxes on a remarkable day, as bad light stopped play - with the floodlights shining - when England were within 21 runs of a historic 4-0 series win.



    THE INDEPENDENT
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    England's victorious Ashes campaign ended in farce and fury last night as the umpires took the players off for bad light with only 21 runs needed for victory from four overs. Also: As home introductions go this was dreamland for Cardiff City as Malky Mackay's newly-promoted outfit pulled off one of the biggest shocks in Premier League history against Manchester City.

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    THE SUN:
    Manchester United have been told to pay a mammoth £125million if they want to sign Gareth Bale. Also: Wayne Rooney delivered a man-of-the-match display to show he is committed to the Manchester United cause.



    DAILY MAIL
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    Jose Mourinho has given Wayne Rooney 48 hours to make a public declaration that he wanted to quit Manchester United for Chelsea. Also: England will step up security for the return Ashes series this winter because they fear that Darren Lehmann's inflammatory call for the Australian public to 'make Stuart Broad cry' could lead to attacks on their players.



    DAILY MIRROR
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    Wayne Rooney returned to the Manchester United starting line-up last night - and proved just why David Moyes does not want to let him go. Also: Gareth Bale has been ordered back to training this morning after the world's most expensive transfer descended into chaos.



    DAILY EXPRESS
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    Wayne Rooney showed last night why David Moyes will not let him move and Jose Mourinho covets him. Also: A mystery second bidder has emerged in the Gareth Bale transfer saga as Tottenham continued to take a stand - over a stand.



    DAILY STAR
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    David Moyes sent a final 'Forget it' message to Jose Mourinho last night. Also: Rickie Lambert's Roy of the Rovers story is set to continue today when he is named in the England squad for two crunch World Cup qualifiers.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    This was Mission Accomplished for Jose Mourinho and Chelsea, who left Old Trafford with the Premier League point they coveted but how they would have loved to have returned home with the outstanding Wayne Rooney. Also: Officials from the England and Wales Cricket Board were yesterday in talks with Surrey attempting to smooth over any offence caused by England players urinating on the Oval Test pitch.



    THE TIMES
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    Jose Mourinho, the Chelsea manager, suggested he would withdraw his interest in signing Wayne Rooney if he decided he wished to remain at Old Trafford because of the "special support" the forward received from his present club's fans during the goalless draw last night. Also: Tottenham Hotspur have ordered Gareth Bale to report for training today, thwarting Real Madrid's plan to introduce the forward to their supporters as their new signing.



    THE GUARDIAN
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    Maybe the game arrived too early in the season to be a classic. Jose Mourinho's return to Old Trafford certainly never conjured up the drama that had been anticipated. Also: Gareth Bale was due to fly back to the UK yesterday as he awaits the completion of his move to Real Madrid.



    THE INDEPENDENT
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    If this was to be the first instalment in a long fight for the prizes of English football, then David Moyes v Jose Mourinho Part I will not trouble the historians of our 21st century game for too long. They came, they saw, they barely had a chance worthy of the name. Also: Dan Evans, who has so often flattered to deceive in the past, produced the performance of his life here last night to knock out Kei Nishikori, the world number 12, on the opening day of the US Open.

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    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Wayne Rooney will remain a Manchester United player this season after deciding yesterday not to submit a transfer request. Also: Gareth Bale's dream move to Real Madrid was being delayed last night by a transfer chain, with Fiorentina's Adem Ljajic emerging as the unlikely key to the world-record £90million deal.



    GUARDIAN:

    Gareth Bale failed to report for training at Tottenham Hotspur yesterday morning, giving the clearest indication yet that he feels his time at the club is over. Also: Roy Hodgson has admitted to becoming increasingly concerned about England's position in their World Cup qualifying programme as he prepares to go into the next round of fixtures with Ross Barkley and Andros Townsend added to the squad and with some concerns about the goalkeeper Joe Hart's confidence.



    THE TIMES:
    Gareth Bale is not expected to train with Tottenham Hotspur again after failing to report yesterday as he tries to push through his world-record transfer to Real Madrid. Also: Roy Hodgson gave Joe Hart a ringing endorsement yesterday, saying that he expects the Manchester City goalkeeper to emerge from England's World Cup qualifying campaign 'with flying colours' despite making recent errors for both club and country.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Wayne Rooney has accepted that he will not leave Manchester United this summer and will not push the issue any further this week with a transfer request, although it is understood that the player believes there remain unresolved issues between him and the club. Also: Roy Hodgson yesterday denied that selecting Andros Townsend and Ross Barkley for the England squad next week was an indication of how few experienced England internationals in the Premier League there are at his disposal, claiming that both players had a chance of making the starting XI.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Wayne Rooney has snubbed Jose Mourinho and decided to resolve his differences with Manchester United. Also: Gareth Bale's world-record move to Real Madrid turned nasty yesterday when the Tottenham player failed to report for work as instructed by Andre Villas-Boas on Sunday.



    DAILY MAIL:

    Manchester United will invite Wayne Rooney for contract talks this autumn if he continues to show the commitment to the club that has characterised his return to Barclays Premier League action over the past 10 days. Also: Roy Hodgson has handed World Cup wildcards to Ross Barkley and Andros Townsend.



    THE SUN:

    Gareth Bale has told pals his Tottenham career is over - and that is why he failed to show up for training yesterday. Also: Brendan Rodgers brought out the big guns to avoid a cup shock - and saw his Kop stars edge it in extra time.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Livid Gareth Bale has told Spurs chairman Daniel Levy he won't let him sabotage his world-record move to Madrid. Also: Wayne Rooney has been forced into a humiliating climbdown in his bid to leave Manchester United.



    DAILY STAR:

    Wayne Rooney has snubbed Chelsea after refusing to hand in a transfer request. Also: Aaron Ramsey scored a goal in each half last night to ease Arsenal into the group stages of the Champions League with a 5-0 aggregate win over Fenerbahce.

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    THE SUN:
    Arsenal were yesterday hit with a triple Champions League whammy. Also: Jermain Defoe hit a double as Spurs cruised past Dinamo Tbilisi to make it into today's Europa League draw.



    DAILY STAR:
    Arsenal have been rocked by being drawn in a Champions League horror group and learning Lukas Podolski faces 10 weeks out injured. Also: Jermain Defoe grabbed a double as Tottenham toppled Dinamo Tbilisi 3-0 at White Hart Lane for a monster 8-0 aggregate win...Manchester United last night failed with a third attempt to sign Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini as Everton rejected a £36m joint bid...Stephane Sessegnon has been axed by Paolo Di Canio after being charged with drink-driving...Gambling controversy PFA chief Gordon Taylor sanctioned a grant to help an ex-player write a book about his betting nightmare.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Chelsea striker Fernando Torres is up for sale following the arrival of Samuel Eto'o. Also: Arsene Wenger yesterday re-signed Mathieu Flamini - and Arsenal fans fear he may end up not spending a penny this summer...Manchester City believe they can finally end their Champions League hoodoo after being handed a favourable draw in the group stages.



    DAILY EXPRESS:

    Arsenal were handed the 'Group of Death' in the Champions League draw here yesterday - on the day that Mathieu Flamini became only the second arrival at the Emirates this summer. Also: Jose Mourinho has issued a "hands off" warning and insisted Juan Mata is not for sale...Everton have rejected an improved offer of £36 million for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines as they continue to rebuff Manchester United's advances.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Arsenal want to blow their entire £70million transfer budget on Real Madrid trio Karim Benzema, Mesut Ozil and Angel Di Maria as they bid to rescue a botched transfer window. Also: Cliff Morgan has been described as a rugby union 'superstar' and sports broadcasting 'pioneer' following his death at the age of 83...Marouane Fellaini has told Roberto Martinez that he wants to leave Everton.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Manchester United last night had an increased bid of £36m rejected for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines as David Moyes continues to pursue his former players at Everton. Also: Arsenal have been handed a daunting task to qualify for the Champions League knockout phase after the draw placed them in Group F with last season's runners-up, Borussia Dortmund, Rafael Benitez's Napoli and Marseille.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    More storm clouds blew into Arsenal's season yesterday when they were given a nightmare of a draw in the Champions League and also heard the dispiriting medical bulletin that their in-form attacker Lukas Podolski was out for up to 10 weeks. Also: A more peaceful, positive atmosphere pervades Manchester City this season, according to the club's sporting director, Txiki Begiristain.



    THE TIMES:
    Arsene Wenger faced up last night to the need for reinforcements before Monday's transfer deadline as Arsenal were handed a daunting draw in the Champions League group stage. Also: There is nothing like an unfavourable comparison with Pep Guardiola to wipe the smile from Jose Mourinho's face.



    THE INDEPENDENT:

    Everton have rejected a second joint bid from Manchester United for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines, the fourth in total for the full-back, valued at a total of around £38m with the transfer stand-off now set to go into the last weekend of the window. Also: Arsenal were put under further pressure to spend in the transfer market last night when they were drawn in the hardest group in the Champions League.


 

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