Whats in the Papers?

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NEWS OF THE WORLD West Ham have evicted Carlos Tevez from his London apartment, ridiculing claims they want to keep him out of Manchester United’s clutches.

Arsenal have offered Arsene Wenger a new £14million four-year deal which allows him to leave at the end of each season.

Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez has confirmed he wants to make West Ham’s Yossi Benayoun his next summer signing.

Peter Kenyon has warned Chelsea’s contract rebels the Blues will not break the bank to keep them.

Fernando Torres turned down the chance to make £7million more as he snubbed Inter Milan to join Liverpool.

Liverpool have offered close to £14million for Portugal superstar Ricardo Quaresma.

New Manchester City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has no plans to move for either David Beckham or Michael Owen and will make Sweden international Christian Wilhelmsson his first signing at Eastlands.

Newcastle will block any more get-out clauses for their players following fears over Michael Owen leaving.

Sheffield United hope to lure Kevin Phillips to Bramall Lane as a replacement for Rob Hulse, who is interesting Reading and Derby.

Billionaire Mike Ashley wants Newcastle to make a superstar signing – and has put Raul and Deco high on his wanted list.

Cardiff want to make Robbie Fowler the highest-paid player in their history.

Middlesbrough boss Gareth Southgate is hoping to sign Lee Hendrie.

Colchester face a revolt over Teddy Sheringham’s £6,000-a-week contract, with Wayne Brown asking for a transfer and skipper Karl Duguid on the verge of doing likewise.

Aston Villa lead the race to sign Charlton’s £4million-rated England defender Luke Young.

Stoke striker Sammy Bangoura has gone missing for the second year running.

THE PEOPLEDespite his move from West Ham to Manchester United being delayed, Carlos Tevez has admitted: “My agents have told Alex Ferguson I’m coming…and I’m not changing my mind.”

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher is considering retiring from international football.

New Manchester City boss Sven-Goran Eriksson is planning to raid neighbours United for Alan Smith and Kieron Richardson…but won’t be making a move for his former England favourites David Beckham and Michael Owen. He is also battling with Blackburn for Bayern Munich’s Roque Santa Cruz.

Blackburn defender Andy Todd will follow in father Colin’s footsteps by signing for Derby.

New Newcastle deputy chairman Chris Mort has promised to stop players quitting St James’ Park…but banning get-out clauses.

Wigan boss Chris Hutchings will make a triple swoop this week – for Jason Koumas, Marlon Harewood and Michael Brown.

Sunderland are primed to move for Middlesbrough goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer.

New Manchester City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson wants West Brom midfielder Zoltan Gera.

Middlesbrough boss Gareth Southgate is ready to move for Sheffield United striker Rob Hulse.

Reading are considering a swoop for Kevin Lisbie after his release by Charlton.

Leicester manager Martin Allen is ready to give Robbie Fowler the chance to extend his career.

Chelsea’s hopes of signing Dutch dazzler Royston Drenthe have been boosted by Feyenoord lining up his replacement.

Thomas Gravesen is Bryan Robson’s top target in his Sheffield United shake-up.

Charlton will move for Heidar Helguson of Fulham after missing out in the race for Southend striker Freddy Eastwood.

Owen Garvin has walked out of Portman Road and says he never wants to play for Ipswich again.

SUNDAY MIRRORSven-Goran Eriksson has ruled out signing Michael Owen and David Beckham for Manchester City but will make a move for West Ham’s Paul Konchesky. Eriksson’s first task at Eastlands, though, will be to secure England defender Micah Richards on a new contract.

West Ham have been warned they will face another Premier League commission if they act improperly over the Carlos Tevez transfer row.

Curtis Davies’ agent has accused West Brom of wrecking his move to Spurs by demanding an £8million fee.

Birmingham have lined up a £2million move for St Etienne defender Fousseni Diawara.

Arsenal are set to sign French defender Bakaray Sagna from Auxerre this week. He will cost £7.5million.

Tottenham want to increase their summer spending by signing Shaun Wright-Phillips from Chelsea.

Reading are poised to sign Nantes midfielder Emerse Fae – at the second time of asking.

QPR face being relegated – or hit with a severe points penalty – over their loan agreement with Oldham.

MAIL ON SUNDAYJamie Carragher is prepared to quit the England team after being left out of the crucial Euro 2008 qualifier against Estonia.

Sven-Goran Eriksson has already received his first snub as Manchester City manager – by former Manchester United man Phil Neville.

Manchester United’s move for Carlos Tevez is in danger of collapsing under the weight of legal action surrounding the deal.

SUNDAY EXPRESSSecret documents could scupper Carlos Tevez’s move to Manchester United – and are so damning they could yet see West Ham relegated.

Sven-Goran Eriksson’s Manchester City revolution will gather pace without either David Beckham or Michael Owen.

THE SUNFlorent Malouda will sign for Chelsea today from French champions Lyon for £13.5million.

Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy will complete his move to West Ham today after sorting out a late hitch.

Sven Goran-Eriksson will name Swedish TV pundit Hans Backe as his Manchester City assistant, snubbing David Platt.

Nicolas Anelka has told Bolton he wants to stay at the club, despite being linked with a move away from the Reebok Stadium.

Chris Baird is set to join Sunderland from Southampton in a £3million deal.

Coventry are chasing freed Birmingham midfielder Julian Gray.

DAILY MIRRORChelsea winger Arjen Robben still has his heart set on a move to Real Madrid.

Alan Smith will hold talks with Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson this week before deciding whether to quit the club.

Meanwhile, Kieran Richardson and Giuseppe Rossi are both expected to leave Old Trafford.

England boss Steve McClaren will hold a crisis meeting with Jamie Carragher in a bid to talk him out of retiring from international football.

David Nugent will return to training with Preston today with his future still in doubt, having stalled on a move to Portsmouth.

West Ham have made a shock £5.5million bid for West Brom striker Diomansy Kamara and could agree personal terms with the Senegalese international today.

Sheffield United hope to snap up right-back Jean-Joel Perrier Doumbe after he was snubbed by Celtic.

DAILY EXPRESSArsenal have opted not to give anyone Thierry Henry’s number 14 shirt for the new season.

Ken Bates has threatened to take legal action if his offer for Leeds is not accepted.

DAILY STARReal Madrid are ready to test Cesc Fabregas’ commitment to Arsenal and have made him their number one target this summer.

Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez is happy with his squad, but still wants to sign Yossi Benayoun from West Ham.

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