Paper Talk: City set sights on £13m Agger

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Daily Mirror

- Liverpool defender Daniel Agger is a reported £13million target for Manchester City.

- Gareth Bale has branded Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam "a coward" after his tackle left the Tottenham winger on crutches at the weekend.

- Arsenal striker Benik Afobe could be set for a season-long loan at Championship promotion hopefuls Bolton Wanderers.

Daily Mail

- Brendan Rodgers is ready to boost his summer transfer kitty with the sale of Liverpool misfits Alberto Aquilani and Brad Jones.

- Sunderland have made a £12million bid for Wolves striker Steven Fletcher.

Daily Express

- Chelsea have not yet finished their summer spending spree - which currently stands at £65million - according to the club's chief executive Ron Gourlay.

The Sun

- Team GB captain Ryan Giggs has urged Welsh fans not to boo the National Anthem in Wednesday's clash with Uruguay in Cardiff.

- Roberto Mancini admits he faces an uphill battle to sign want-away Arsenal striker Robin van Persie.

- Roberto Di Matteo has been told he can make at least two more major signings for Chelsea this summer.

The Times

- Manchester City might need as many as five new players before the start of the season, says Roberto Mancini.

- Tottenham are set to renew interest in Real Madrid defender Ricardo Carvalho.

- Everton are expected to complete the permanent signing of Spurs midfielder Steven Pienaar.

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