Paper Talk: City step up Agger chase

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Daily Mirror

- Roberto Mancini is likely to step up his efforts to sign Liverpool defender Daniel Agger this week, as Manchester City seek reinforcements ahead of the new campaign.

- Newcastle have agreed a fee in the region of £6million to sign Ajax defender Vurnon Anita.

Daily Mail

- Tottenham will rival Arsenal with a bid to sign Rennes midfielder Yann M'Vila.

- Victor Moses will sign for Chelsea as soon as Wigan agree a deal with Arsenal for the season-long loan signing of Japanese starlet Ryo Miyaichi.

The Times

- Inter Milan feel they will be priced out of a move for Manchester City midfielder Nigel De Jong - who will demand wages of £70,000-a-week after tax.

Daily Star

- Carlos Tevez will be like a new signing for Manchester City this season, claims Roberto Mancini after the club's Community Shield win.

The Sun

- Martin Jol is lining up a £3million bid for Bolton striker David N'Gog, after Fulham were priced out of a move for Huddersfield's Jordan Rhodes.

- West Ham have been told they must pay £10million to sign Wolves winger Matt Jarvis.

And finally…

- Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley says he is feeling '100 per cent' after playing at the London Olympics, and is looking forward to the new season. (MUTV)

- Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is aware he still needs to win over the fans on Merseyside, and prove he is good enough for the Anfield job. (Sky Sports)

- Arsene Wenger maintains he wants to keep Robin van Persie at Arsenal, insisting there is no update on his future. (Sky Sports)

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