Paper Talk: July 28

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Gareth Bale has told Tottenham he wants to leave this summer after the club turned down a world record £81 million bid from Real Madrid. (The Guardian)

….However the Spanish giants are preparing to enter the race for Luis Suarez should they miss out on the Welshman. Arsenal have had two bids for Suarez turned down this summer (Sunday Times)

Manchester United will only agree to sell Wayne Rooney this summer if he moves abroad, despite the fact Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is gearing up to bid £30 million for the 27-year-old (Sunday Mirror)

Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla, 28, has dismissed speculation linking him to a big-money move to La Liga side Atletico Madrid (TalkSPORT)

Manchester United are considering a final £36m bid to sign 26-year-old Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas (Mail on Sunday)

…..Should that bid be successful the move should happen swiftly – Fabregas has already agreed terms with the Red Devils after a secret meeting between his agent and Man Utd officials (Sunday Express)

Tottenham are reportedly on the verge of wrapping up a deal for Roberto Soldado, which could be announced as early as this evening (Cadena Ser)

Manchester City starlet Abdisalam Ibrahim is heading for the Etihad exit door after the club granted him a transfer. Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Crystal Palace are all said to be interested (The Express)


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