Paper Talk: Juventus pull out of Van Persie race

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- Juventus have sensationally pulled out of the race to sign Robin van Persie, leaving Manchester rivals United and City to battle it out for the wantaway Arsenal striker.

- Niko Kranjcar has launched a scathing attack on Spurs chairman Daniel Levy over his treatment of Luka Modric.

- Fabio Capello accused the FA of breaching his £6million-a-year contract in the John Terry race row after he was appointed head coach of Russia on Thursday.

Daily Mirror

- West Ham have made a bid for Andy Carroll, offering Liverpool a club-record £17m for the striker.

- Signing Malaga playmaker Santi Cazorla is central to Arsenal's plans - casting fresh doubt on Jack Wilshere's recovery after a whole year out injured.

Daily Star

- Emmanuel Adebayor's expected move to Tottenham was scuppered when the striker demanded Manchester City pass on the £5m fee straight to him.

- Roberto Mancini has demanded Manchester City wrap up the signing of Robin van Persie.

The Guardian

- Malaga have told Arsenal that they cannot expect to sign Santi Cazorla for a knockdown price.

- Manchester United are thought to have temporarily halted plans for a New York share flotation.

The Sun

- Lyon will listen to a Tottenham offer for goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

- Galatasaray are stepping up their bid to sign Dimitar Berbatov.

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