Striker in and striker out for Liverpool

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What the papers say: August 26

The Sun

- Harry Redknapp says Tottenham have won the battle to keep Chelsea target Luka Modric.

- The Spurs boss is now considering a £16million move for Brazil striker Leandro Damiao.

- Chelsea have seen a £15million bid for Alvaro Pereira rejected by Porto.

- Manchester City want Real Madrid's Fernando Gago.

- West Ham may offer a deal to former Fulham midfielder Papa Bouba Diop.

Daily Mirror

- Liverpool target Craig Bellamy has been told he can leave Manchester City for nothing.

- Arsene Wenger has made a paltry £6 million offer for Bolton defender Gary Cahill.

- Wigan boss Roberto Martinez says Liverpool and Tottenham have left it too late to sign striker Hugo Rodallega.

- Fulham are ready to make an improved offer for Birmingham striker Cameron Jerome.

Daily Mail

- Tottenham have signed highly-rated Spanish winger Iago Falque on loan Juventus.

- Arsenal want Liverpool and Tottenham target M'Baye Niang.

- Darron Gibson's chances of a move from Manchester United to Aston Villa have been hit by an ankle ligament injury.

- Newcastle are expected to highly-rated Lens defender Darnel Situ.

Daily Express

- Bolton want to sign David Ngog from Liverpool for £3 million.

- Lassana Diarra has denied he is set to join Tottenham.

- Craig Bellamy wants a payoff from Manchester City before joining Liverpool or Tottenham.


Daily Star

- Manchester United have concluded their transfer activity for the summer.

- Joey Barton has still yet to decided whether or not to join Queens Park Rangers.

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