Paper Talk: United closing on double striker deal

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Daily Mirror

Manchester United have won the race to sign Chilean striker Angelo Henriquez ahead of Manchester City.

Marseille want Chelsea starlet Gael Kakuta as part of any deal for defender Cesar Azpilicueta.

The Sun

Robin Van Persie will be allowed to leave Arsenal and join Manchester United in a £22 million deal.

Wolves have rejected a £13million offer from Sunderland for striker Steven Fletcher.

Lyon claim they have rejected a bid from Spurs for keeper Hugo Lloris.

The Independent

Barcelona vice-president Josep Maria Bartomeu has jetted in to London – hopes to tie down Alex Song in £15 million deal from Arsenal.

Daily Star

Real Madrid have tabled a final bid of £25 million for Spurs playmaker Luka Modric.

Liverpool Echo

Everton boss David Moyes is keen on adding Blackpool winger Matty Phillips to the ranks.


Hulk has admitted he’s ready to leave FC Porto, putting Chelsea and Manchester City on red alert for the striker.

Daily Mail

Manchester City are eyeing a triple English raid with Jack Butland, Scott Sinclair and Nathan Redmond on the club’s radar.


Liverpool have sent managing director Ian Ayre to Spain in an effort to secure the signings of Christian Tello and Nuri Sahin.

Daily Express

Newcastle have agreed a fee – thought to be in the region of £7 million – for Dutch international Vurnon Anita.

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