Paper Talk: May 11th (1)

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It might be the final day in the Premier League season, but there is no shortage of headlines surrounding possible activity after the final whistles blow.

This summer's transfer window promises to be full of intrigue, and already newspapers both in England and across Europe are speculating over potential moves that may or may not happen.

And, we start our round-up with a possible mega deal involving Luis Suarez and two interested parties in Spain - as well as another Chelsea striker potentially making the move to Everton this summer.....

The Mail on Sunday

Real Madrid and Barcelona are both considering an incredible £82million move to bring Liverpool striker Luis Suarez to Spain.

The Reds are braced for offers that would trigger the release clause in a new long-term contract signed during the current campaign, with Real favourites to prize the Uruguayan international away from Anfield.

Chelsea striker Demba Ba is a £10million target for Everton boss Roberto Martinez this summer.

The Toffees have enjoyed success with Romelu Lukaku up-front this term, but the Belgian international is set to return to Stamford Bridge at the conclusion of his loan spell on Merseyside.

Ba scored a bundle of Premier League goals at Newcastle, but hasn't found top form with the Blues under Jose Mourinho.

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