Paper Talk: April 21

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The Sun:

- Manchester City have entered the race to sign Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Gareth Bale, who is rated by the north London club at £100million.

- AC Milan are lining up a £15million summer move for Manchester City defender Micah Richards, after a recommendation by his former team-mate Mario Balotelli.

Sunday Mirror:

- Arsenal's assistant manager Steve Bould has emerged as a surprise candidate to replace Tony Pulis at Stoke City.

- Manchester United are ready to sell back-up goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard this summer, with Premier League rivals Fulham and West Ham reportedly interested.

Daily Mail:

- Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich will favour a move for Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini over the return of Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho.

- Queens Park Rangers 'need a miracle' to avoid Premier League relegation, according to manager Harry Redknapp after home defeat against Stoke City.

Sunday Express:

- Interim Chelsea manager Rafa Benitez claims to have saved Fernando Torres' career.

- Fulham utility man Chris Baird will turn down the offer of a new contract in favour of signing for West Brom.

Sunday Telegraph:

- Sir Alex Ferguson has slammed the Football Association's decision not to punish Sergio Aguero for his recent tackle on David Luiz - saying it could cost Tottenham a Champions League place.

- Liverpool striker Luis Suarez wants to remain at Anfield for 'another four years'.

Around the web:

- Andres Iniesta admits winning the Spanish title is Barcelona's main priority this season.

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