Paper Talk: June 2

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Football News

Sunday Times

- Real Madrid are ready to break the world transfer record with an audacious £85million swoop for Gareth Bale.

- Jose Mourinho wants to sign Benfica star Nemanja Matic to replace David Luiz, who is wanted by Barcelona.

Sunday Express

- Neymar opted against a move to the Premier League as he did not want to 'to play for a club that changes coach every season'.

- Christian Benteke is ready to tell Aston Villa he wants to leave to try to force a move to either Arsenal or Tottenham.

The Sun on Sunday

- Arsenal striker Lukas Poldolski is wanted by Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund.

- Ricardo Carvalho expects Jose Mourinho to win the Premier League title in his first season back at Chelsea.

Sunday People

- Nani is poised to quit Manchester United and join big-spending Monaco in a £20million deal.

- Manuel Pellegrini is planning a ­secret meeting to thrash out his Manchester City blueprint.

Mail on Sunday

- Cesc Fabregas is set to hold talks with Barcelona as Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United all prepare bids to sign him.

- Luis Suarez has continued his war of words with the British media and has also now blamed Prime Minister David Cameron for speeding up his exit from Liverpool.

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