Paper Talk: RVP in shock transfer u-turn

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Daily Mirror

Robin van Persie is ready to complete a remarkable transfer u-turn – the Gunners captain now wants to stay at the Emirates Stadium and join the next leg of Arsenal’s pre-season tour of Germany.

Chelsea’s search to find a replacement for Didier Drogba has led them to consider a £25m bid for Germany star Andre Schurrle.

Manchester United are ready to capitalise on Malaga’s financial woes by submitting an offer for Spanish under-21 sensation Isco.

Liverpool may lose the battle to sign Fulham star Clint Dempsey as Roma have moved into pole position - but Brendan Rodgers is close to clinching a deal for £15m Swansea midfielder Joe Allen.

Daily Mail

Lucas Moura is set for a medical after Manchester United agreed a £30m fee with Sao Paulo – and Ferguson will turn his attentions to Robin van Persie after sealing the Lucas deal.

Manchester United look to pip Chelsea in the race to sign £12m-striker Robert Lewandowski.


Sir Alex Ferguson is attempting to derail Arsene Wenger’s loan move for Real Madrid midfielder Nuri Sahin – Ferguson wants the Turkish ace at Old Trafford.

The Sun

Lyon keeper Hugo Lloris is set to complete a £12m move to Tottenham Hotspur – but only once Luka Modric has been sold.

Manchester City striker Eden Dzeko is fed up with his role as benchwarmer – and has hinted he could be on his way out of the Etihad Stadium.

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